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Most of these best security systems lists are frustrating to navigate. Many of them include companies and their respective rating. ADT, Brinks, Vivint, or others will make the cut. We’re sad to never be included in these lists. But that reflects the state of the industry. Many people don’t know that other alarm monitoring companies exist. Still others only include the new DIY systems that are on the market like Simplisafe, Ring, Nest, or Scout. Consumer Reports, for example, only reviews Nest, Ring, Abode, Frontpoint, Simplisafe, and Samsung’s Smarthings integrated GC3 that they produced for ADT. This list is, in no way, a complete list of products. Moreover, it completely ignores legacy and current systems. And, while we like “new,” being in the industry, we are proud to say that the so-called “professional” systems that are out there are better than these systems for a few simple reasons.

Our list includes exclusively professional equipment. It is the same equipment that ADT or other installation companies might sell you. We’ve tested a lot of these DIY systems. They work well to varying degrees. But we have found that nothing surpasses the quality or features of a professional system. What’s more, we provide the help that you need to turn these professionally installed systems into the DIY systems that you may be looking for.

Yup! You heard that right. You don’t need a professional to install a professional home security system.

They are simple enough to install and operate that you can do it yourself. Additionally, you can have them monitored by anyone. We think that this feature is the feature that sets them apart from any of the new “DIY” systems. Simplisafe systems must be monitored by Simplisafe. Ring systems must be monitored by Amazon. Nest systems must be monitored by Google’s chosen provider: Monitronics (now Brinks).

But a professional system can be monitored by any alarm company. We certainly do monitor them. But if you’re interested in having a local installer at your beck and call, you can have Larry the alarm installer from down the road monitor it as well.

In all, these systems are not easy to rank. Each one comes with its own set of features and benefits. So we have organized the following list based on your own possible set of needs.

So without further ado, here are the 3 best alarm systems of 2020.

Best Interactive Service of 2020

Alarm.com

Interactive services are the apps that allow you to control your alarm system from your phone or computer. There are dozens of such services. Some companies, such as the ones we mentioned above have their own proprietary service. But then, there are a few universal services. These are sold by Interlogix, DSC, Alarmnet (Honeywell), Securenet and others. Our favorite of these interactive services is alarm.com. It is a great service that works with Qolsys products, DSC products, Interlogix products, 2GIG products, and more. Unfortunately, it does not work with most Honeywell products.

It provides a wide array of controls, including the ability to use SIRI to command your system and schedule Z-Wave scenes. The drawback is that Alarm.com requires users to sign up for cellular monitoring. This is the best, most robust kind of monitoring. But some users don’t want that level of connectivity. Some end users are satisfied with just IP monitoring. In the 90s, particularly, phone line monitoring was the norm. Modern monitoring has found other, better, more secure options. No one can cut the line of a cellular device, for example. IP monitoring suffers from many of the same problems as phone line monitoring. But it also allows users to get many of the advantages of cellular monitoring, including homeowner’s insurance discounts. Even still, despite this drawback of alarm.com, it is our preferred interactive service.

That said, its closest competition is Honeywell’s Total Connect. Total Connect only works with Honeywell. It does almost everything that Alarm.com does, with a few specific differences - no native SIRI control, for example. That said, Honeywell makes excellent equipment. The Lyric alarm, for example, works with HomeKit. This integration will allow individual control of the unit from SIRI. This is actually more robust than even alarm.com’s SIRI integration. And the only options that a HomeKit user has on the Alarm.com side is the DSC iotega, which is a system that works, but for many reasons, doesn’t make this list.

Ultimately, whether you use Alarm.com or Total Connect, it will depend on your system’s interactive service compatibility. If you are interested in system features, look at the systems below. If you are more concerned with the usability of the interactive service, you can certainly pick a system based on its qualities and compatibility with an interactive service.

Runner Up: Total Connect

Best Overall System of 2020

Qolsys IQ Panel 2+

This security system is an amazing piece of equipment. It is a great looking home automation controller as well as a security system. It’s Alarm.com compatibility is a great feature that makes the Qolsys IQ Panel 2+ a stratospherically better panel than almost anything on the market. The system is built on the Android operating system. Ultimately, the Qolsys is what you get when you beset a Silicon Valley company with the task of building a professional alarm system. It is feature filled, beautifully and competently built.

One of the frustrations with the Qolsys is its lack of modularity. It is an expensive system. Everything is built in to the panel. Whereas most security systems allow a user to install (and uninstall) a cellular communicator, the Qolsys builds the communicator right into the panel itself. This sounds like a great feature, and it is. But that’s until the system’s communicator becomes obsolete. It’s something that doesn’t happen very often, but every 10 or so years, the cellular companies deprecate one or more of their networks. At this very moment, Alarm Grid’s subscribers are preparing to replace thousands of communicators. As Verizon and AT&T deprecate their old CDMA and 3G networks, the systems that have included these communicators are coming due for an upgrade. The drawback of the Qolsys is that there is no upgrade per se. Rather, end users with an older Qolsys will have to replace the entire panel.

Despite this drawback, the Qolsys is a great unit. One of its best features is its ability to take over old systems. For those that are looking to replace an old system, the Qolsys is a great choice. The new Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus’s come with a daughter card that allows them to grab the signals from other company’s wireless sensors.

Just awesome!

In our opinion the best feature of the new Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus, however, is not its amazing home automation features or its ability to take over other systems. It’s not even its slick Android interface. All those features can and are replicated by its competitors. Rather, our favorite feature of the Qolsys is its sensor’s ranges. The Qolsys is a panel whose PowerG sensors, which are encrypted, are capable of being monitored over HUGE ranges. We have seen the Qolsys detect sensors that are nearly a half mile away. This makes the PowerG line of sensors that are compatible with the Qolsys an amazing feature that no other all-in-one system has. These sensors basically remove the need for expensive repeaters. They are modern sensors that no other company has.

Eat your heart out Google, Amazon, and all ya’ll Silicon Valley companies trying to build better systems. None of these systems even touch the quality of the Qolsys in our opinion.

Runner-up: 2GIG GC3e

Best HomeKit Compatible System of 2020

Honeywell Lyric

The Lyric is in competition with DSC’s Iotega, which works as a HomeKit controller. If you’re looking for HomeKit control, and your home is filled with DSC sensors, the Iotega might be a better choice for you. But if you’re starting from scratch, nothing is better than the Lyric controller. This system is compatible with a wide range of sensors, including America’s most sold sensor, the 5816. It looks great on a wall. It’s fairly priced, and it does everything you’d want from a good looking system, including a photo album features.

We sold more Lyric’s in 2019 than any other system on the market. This is largely due to Honeywell’s trusted name. The quality exemplified by the brand is epitomized in this sleek wall unit. Its versatility is buttressed by the hundreds of compatible sensors that Honeywell has released over the years.

We like Honeywell’s no-nonsense approach to monitoring. They put security over all. They were the first mainstream system on the market with both a panel and encrypted sensors. And the sensors work immensely well. We love Honeywell. We love the Lyric. At the moment, we believe that the Qolsys has surpassed the features of Honeywell’s alarm system. But the Lyric has one feature that Qolsys simply does not: the ability to be monitored by WiFi only. In fact, nearly all of Honeywell’s all-in-one systems can be monitored by WiFi only. For an end user, this means that they can be professionally monitored at a price that is significantly cheaper than that of a cellular system. For the budget conscience consumer, this presents an amazing opportunity to save money while getting all the benefits of a monitored system, including insurance discounts. We are a big fan of cellular monitoring. But the option is there for those who simply don’t think it’s as important as we do or for those who don’t want to pay the cost of cellular monitoring.

Runner Up: DSC iotega

Best Budget Alarm System

Honeywell L3000


We spent a lot of time debating whether the L3000 would be the best system for someone on a budget. We actually prefer the GC2e as a system. It’s a great looking system, it’s inexpensive, and it uses Alarm.com. But here’s the problem: it requires that anyone using it purchase a cellular communicator. Additionally, because its most minimal monitoring will include Alarm.com. This puts anyone purchasing it into a different category of spending. That said, if it’s not outside of your budget, the GC2e is a great system. It is our runner-up, because it is a good budget system, but it’s not great.

The low price of the L3000 is no indication of its quality. It is because it is a legacy system. It is often used by alarm companies that are putting systems into big apartment buildings. The system is amazing. It’s effective, will last for a very long time. Unfortunately, it’s ugly and can be a bear to program. Luckily for owners, programming is not something you do more than one time. And if you’re with Alarm Grid, there is a strong chance that we can program it for you.

Unlike the GC2e, the L3000 allows users to do IP-only monitoring. It also allows old-school phone line monitoring. That means, for the budget-conscious consumer, the L3000 is both cheaper to purchase than the GC2e, and will save an end user between $10 and $20 per month. In all, the L3000 will save anyone who installs it between $120 and $240 per year, while also being incredibly affordable at the outset. Huzzah! Oh, and for those concerned about sensors, the L3000 works great with any of the Honeywell’s 5800 sensors. You will have a ton of sensors to pick from, which also makes the system the most versatile budget system on the market.

We love the L3000 as a budget system.

Runner-Up: 2GIG GC2e

Best Wired Alarm System of 2020

Honeywell VISTA 20P

This is an oldie but a goodie. The VISTA 20P has been produced by Honeywell for many many years now. It's an excellent system with great, modern features. Honeywell produces update chips that they release every once in a while. These updates allow the system to take advantage of modern features like those available in the VAM or Tuxedo Touch. Home Automation? You can do it using the VISTA 20P. Manage both wired and wireless sensors? You can do that very easily with the VISTA 20P by adding a wireless receiver or a keypad with a wireless receiver built in. In all, this system has all the same great features of its all-in-one wireless contemporaries. 2 drawbacks to speak of, though: 1) it's big and bulky; 2) programming these systems sucks.

Runner-up: Honeywell VISTA 21iP

What Else is Coming in 2020?

Every year, professional systems get better and better. The systems that are coming soon are no different. In the coming months, we are expecting the release of Qolsys’s new Hub as well as Honeywell’s ProSeries panel. 2GIG hasn’t announced anything yet. But they just released the encrypted versions of their panels.

Unfortunately, 2019 saw the close of Interlogix’s security systems production division. While interlogix was not known for the incredible innovation of their systems, they made great budget models that gave users a simple, cheap entry point into security systems. They will be missed. But the three main producers--2GIG, Qolsys, and Resideo (formerly Honeywell)--are continuing to pioneer new and innovative features.

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Hi DIYers! Today, we're presenting our own guide for installing the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus. This system is very easy to use, and it can be installed by virtually anyone using nothing more than a screwdriver! This is the perfect security system for your home, office, or apartment!

Qolsys iq panel 2 at and t wireless security system with at and Most of the information presented in this post can be found in the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 DIY Installation Manual. You are free to follow along with that manual, which can be found here. We also have three (3) videos that we will include along the way. Feel free to follow along with those as well. All of this information applies to both the original IQ Panel 2 and the newer IQ Panel 2 Plus. With that out of the way, let's get started!

The first thing you will want to do is power on the system. The Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus comes with everything you need to get started. Once you have opened up the box, you should locate the panel, the power supply transformer, the power wire, the panel back cover, and the table stand. You will also want to have a screwdriver on hand.


Start by connecting the spade lugs of the power cable to the transformer. The IQ Panel 2 Plus uses DC power, so you must make sure to follow polarity. That means connecting the positive (+) wire and negative (-) wire accordingly. The positive and negative ends on the IQ Panel 2 power cable are marked for this purpose. The positive (+) wire has grey dashes and ends in a red spade connector. The negative (-) wire is solid white without grey dashes and ends in a black spade connector. Make sure that the wires are connected with the proper terminals on the transformer. You can see the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals marked on the transformer. The connection should be nice and snug, but not overly tight.

From there, you can connect the other end of the power cable to the IQ Panel 2 Plus System. There is a simple barrel connection for this purpose. The transformer can then be plugged into a wall outlet. When applying the panel back cover, make sure to run both the power cable and the thin RF receiver cable out from the indentation on the back cover. The back cover should snap nicely into place. The convenient table stand can be installed by putting it into the keyhole slots on the back of the panel and then sliding up. You can power on the system by pressing and holding the side power button until the system LED remains lit.


After the system powers on and boots up, you will be greeted by the Setup Wizard. It is recommended that you go through the Setup Wizard, as it will walk you through the entire setup process. Note that some steps of the Wizard will require you to activate the system for monitoring service. This involves registering the panel's built-in cellular communicator with Alarm.com. This is optional for initial set up. You can always register the cellular communicator with Alarm.com later.

Remember that activating the system is something you will definitely want to do before too long, as that is the only way for it to send out signals to you and/or a central station. Remember that you will need to provide the IMEI Number for the system in order for your monitoring company to activate the cellular communicator. This can be found on a sticker on the back of the panel. It will also be shown as you move through the Wizard.

You will do several things as you go through the Setup Wizard. You will connect the system to a WIFI network, run an initial check for the system, add sensors, perform an initial sensor test, set up the built-in panel glass break sensor, add Z-Wave home automation devices, pair your phone for automatic Bluetooth disarming, pair secondary IQ Remote Keypads, and add system users. Remember that you will want to have a good idea of Sensor Groups when enrolling sensors. You can learn all about the IQ Panel 2 Sensor Groups in this helpful FAQ.


The last thing you will want to do is install your sensors. We only focused on door and window contacts and motion sensors, but many of the same principles apply across any sensor type. What's great about wireless sensors that are used with the IQ Panel 2 Plus is that they can be mounted without drilling holes into the wall or using any power tools. You can safely mount and secure these sensors using double-sided foam tape. Most wireless sensors come with their own double-sided tape for this purpose, or you can buy some off our site!

There are a few general tips when mounting these sensors. When mounting door and window contacts, you should have the magnet on the moving structure of the door or window, and the sensor itself on the door or window frame. Make sure the magnet is aligned with any indication marker shown on the sensor. Also remember to keep the magnet spacing gap in mind. Most Qolsys Door and Window Sensors allow for a magnet spacing gap of up to 0.75 inches.


As for motion sensors, you should have them mounted flat on a wall or corner-mounted. But keep in mind that only a flat-mount will allow you to install without drilling any holes. The motion sensor should be nice and level, and it should be installed at a height between 6 and 8 feet. Qolsys recommends 7.5 feet, which provides the best possible results. The motion sensor should not be facing any windows, vents, or air ducts. It should also not be facing any nearby furniture or stairwells if you have pets!

Most importantly, remember to test ALL your sensors after the final installation!


And that wraps up our Part 1 Guide for installing and using the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus. Look forward to Part 2 coming soon! If you have any questions about the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus or our monitoring service, please reach out to us by emailing support@alarmgrid.com. Remember that our support hours are from 9am to 8pm ET M-F. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Hi DIYers! Just last week, we announced some of the new system kits that we are now offering on our site. Well today, we have even more kits to announce. We have new system kits featuring the DSC PowerSeries NEO, the 2GIG GC3e, and the 345 MHz and 433 MHz Versions of the IQ Panel 2 Plus.

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DSC PowerSeries NEO Kits

The DSC PowerSeries NEO is a hardwired alarm system with some powerful features. It is generally best used in commercial settings, as it isn't going to be as DIY-friendly as a wireless alarm system. But if you need a hardwired system, then a DSC PowerSeries NEO might be the way to go. We are offering kits around the 16-zone, 32-zone, 64-zone, and 128-zone DSC PowerSeries NEO Systems. You can choose between AT&T LTE and Verizon LTE for all of the kits.


DSC HS2016NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit

  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit

  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus Kits

Last week, we announced several "encrypted" Qolsys Kits that were based around the IQ Panel 2 Plus and PowerG Sensors. Today, we have some non-encrypted kits for the 345 MHz and 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus models. Unlike the kits introduced last week, these kits use uni-directional "non-encrypted" sensors. We actually already had similar kits available for the 319.5 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus, but now the 345 MHz and 433 MHz versions are joining the fray!

An added bonus about these kits - we actually do include an encrypted PowerG Motion Sensor. It's only the door/window contacts that aren't encrypted. These kits are good if you don't necessarily care about encryption, and you want to save money versus buying the fully encrypted kits.


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz AT&T LTE 3-1 System Kit

  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz Verizon LTE 3-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz AT&T LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz Verizon LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz AT&T LTE 3-1 System Kit
  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz Verizon LTE 3-1 System Kit

  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz AT&T LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz Verizon LTE 10-1 System Kit

  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE Kits

Last up, we have some new 2GIG GC3e Kits. As we announced yesterday, the 2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE Communicator is finally here, and that means mores GC3e Kits! These are just like the Verizon Kits we announced last week, only with a different communicator.


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE 3-1 Kit
  • 2GIG GC3e System
  • 2GIG LTEA-A-GC3 AT&T LTE Communicator
  • Three (3) 2GIG DW10e Door/Window Sensors
  • One (1) 2GIG PIR1e Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE 10-1 Kit

  • 2GIG GC3e System
  • 2GIG LTEA-A-GC3 AT&T LTE Communicator
  • Three (3) 2GIG DW10e Door/Window Sensors
  • One (1) 2GIG PIR1e Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


Reach Out To Us!

If you have any questions about these kits, or if you need help deciding on the best one, please reach out to us. The best way to contact us is at support@alarmgrid.com. Or if you prefer to call, you can reach us at (888) 818-7728 during our usual business hours of 9am to 8pm EST M-F. We look forward to hearing from you!

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