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2GIG
®
GC3 Security & Automation System

GC3e INSTALLER TOOLBOX QUICK START GUIDE

10023891
C
Nortek

Security

&

Control

|

5919 Sea Otter Place, Carlsbad, CA 92010 | 800
-
421
-
1587
|

USA

|

800
-
421
-
1587

|

www.nortekcontrol.com

1

Copyright

©

2018

Nortek

Security

&

Control

LLC.




S
TART

H
ERE


This
quick
start
guide
introduces
2GIG
alarm
dealers
and
professional
installers
to
the
Installer
Toolbox
. It shows
you
how
to program
zones,
keyfobs,
and
keypads
for the GC3 Panel and
how to add and remove Z
-Wave
®

devices from the
network.
To
get
started,
navigate
to the
Installer
Toolbox

menu.


N
AVIGATE TO THE
I
NSTALLER

T
OOLBOX




At the Home screen or one of the menus, press the logo in the top-
right
corner for 2 seconds. Then,
enter your code to access the
Installer Toolbox
.

OR

At the
Home
screen
, tap the
Settings
icon in the bottom
-right corner to
access
System
Settings
. Then,
enter
your
code,
scroll down, and
tap
Installer Toolbox.
After navigating to and accessing the
Installer Toolbox
menu, tap
System
Configuration
. You have these options for programming sensors and peripherals:
Program a Wireless Zone:

Tap
Wireless Zones
. See "Program a
Wireless
Zone" on this page.
Program a Wired Zone
:
Tap
Wired Zones
. See "Program a Wired
Zone"
on the next page
.
Program a Keyfob:

Tap
Keyfobs
. See
"Program a Key Fob" on the next
page
.
Program a Keypa
d:
Tap
Keypads
. See "Program a Keypad" on page 3.


NOTE:

When programming eSensors (Wireless & Keyfobs) the
equipment code must match the sensor being installed. See page 4 for
eSensor Equipment Codes.



P
ROGRAM
A
W
IRELESS

Z
ONE


You can program up to 100 wireless zones per system. To get started, navigate to
the
Installer Toolbox
.
Then, tap
System Configuration
>
Wireless Zones
.

This reveals the
Wireless Zones
screen.


Step 1: Select a Wireless Zone

1.
On
the
left
side
of the
Wireless
Zones

screen,
swipe
up
to move
through
the
list
of zones.
2.
Tap
one
of the
available
zones
to highlight
it.

3.
Tap
Edit
Zone
.
This reveals the
Wireless Zone
screen.


Step 2: Select a Sensor Type

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Type
.
2.
Tap



to expand
the
list.

3.
Tap
to select
the
appropriate
sensor
type
from
the
list.



4.
Tap

▼.


Step 3: Select the
Sensor Equipment Type


NOTE:
If you selected
04-
Interior Follower
,
06
-24-
Hour Silent Alarm
,
07-
24-
Hour Audible Alarm
,
24
-Hour Auxiliary Alarm
,
10
-Interior with
Delay
,
23-
No Response Type
in "Step 2: Select a Sensor Type"
above
,
you must also select the
Sensor Equipment Type
. If you selected a
different
Sensor Type
, skip this step.
1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Equipment
Type
.
2.
Under
Sensor Equipment Type
, choose
Contact
or
Emergency
or
Motion
. Available options vary, depending on the selected
Sensor Type
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 4: Select the Equipment Code

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Code
.
2.
Tap



to expand
the
list.

3.
Tap
to select
the
desired
equipment
code
from
the
list.

4.
Tap

▼.


Step 5: Enter the Serial Number (TX ID)

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Serial Number
.
2.
Place
the
GC3
Panel
into
Learning
Mode
by tapping

Learn
.
This
panel
listens
for
the
7- digit
TX
ID
transmission
from
the
sensor
or
peripheral.



3.
Trigger the sensor or peripheral. To
learn how, see the
Installation
Instructions

that
came
with
the
product.
When
the
panel
receives
the
sensor's
7- digit
TX
ID,
the
Sensor
Received

message
appears.
4.
Verify
that
the
serial
number
on
the
touchscreen
matches
the
7- digit
TX
ID
on
the
product.
Then,
tap
Accept
.
5.
Tap

▼.


Step 6: Smart Areas Assignment

1.
At the
Wireless Zone

screen, highlight
Smart Areas
Assignment
.

2.
Under
Smart Areas Assignment
, choose a Smart Area (Partition) for the zone.

3.
Tap ▼
.



5

Step
7: Choose the Equipment Age

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Age
.
2.
Under

Equipment
Age
, choose
New

or
Existing
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
8: Choose the
Sensor Loop

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Loop
.
2.
Choose
Loop
1
,
Loop
2
, or
Loop
3
.


3.
Tap

▼.


Step
9: Enable or Disable the Dialer Delay

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Dialer
Delay
.
2.
Under

Dialer
Delay
, choose
Enabled

or
Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
10: Select a Voice Descriptor

Next,
create
a voice
descriptor
for
the
sensor
or peripheral
using
the
words
in the
system's
vocabulary.

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
the
Voice
Descriptor
.
2.
Tap

Edit
Voice
Descriptor

to reveal
the
touchscreen
keypad.


3.
At the
touchscreen
keypad,
enter
the
first
few
letters
of the
desired
vocabulary
word.

4.
Tap
the
matching
vocabulary
word
above
the
touchscreen
keypad
to select
it ..
5.
Repeat
the
steps
above
to enter
the
desired
phrase.

6.
Tap

Done
.
7.
Review
the
voice
descriptor.
8.
Tap

▼.


Step 1
1: Enable or Disable Sensor Reports

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Reports
.
2.
Under

Sensor
Reports
, choose
Enabled
or
Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 1
2: Enable or Disable Sensor Supervision

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Supervised
.
2.
Under
Sensor
Supervised
, choose
Enabled
or
Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 1
3: Choose a Chime

1.
At the
Wireless
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Chime
.
2.
Choose
the
desired
chime
from
the
Sensor
Chime

list.
The
default
setting
is
Disabled
.

Next Steps

The wireless zone is now programmed. Next, choose one of these options:
To program the next wireless zone, tap
Next Zone
or
 
|
. Then,
repeat the programming steps for the next zone.

To
erase
all of the
programmed
settings
for
the
wireless
zone,
tap
Reset
Zone
.
To go to the list of wireless zones, tap
Back to Zones
.
To save the changes, tap
Return to System Configuration
.
Then,
save your changes as described below.


S
AVE
Y
OUR

C
HANGES


When you make programming changes to the system
using the
Wireless Zones
,
Wired Zones
,
Keyfobs
, or
Panel Programming
screen, all unsaved changes
appear
in YELLOW.
In the
System
Configuration
menu,
the
corresponding
tool's
button turns
YELLOW.

To
save
your
changes:
1.
At the
programming
screen,
tap
Return
to
System
Configuration
.



2.
At th e
Sys
tem Conf
igu
ration
scr
een,
ta p

.
3.
At the
Confirm
Changes

screen,
tap
Save
.


NOTE:
This feature is password-
protected. To use this feature, you
must know the Installer Code. The factory default setting is
1561
.
TIP:
You
can
alternatively
use
the
touchscreen
keypad
to
enter
the
two
-digit
code
to select
the
Sensor
Type
.
TIP:
Instead of placing the GC3 Panel into Learning Mode,
you can alternatively use the touchscreen's keypad to
manually enter the 7-
digit TX
ID. Or, if
you have previously
programmed
a wireless
zone,
you
can
tap
the


button
to the
right of the entry display
field
to automatically paste the last
entered
serial
number
(TX
ID).

NOTE:
To determine the appropriate loop number, see the
Installation Instructions
included with the sensor or peripheral.

TIP:
To
learn
about
your
other
options,
download
the
GC3Installation
& Programming
Guide
from
the
2GIG
Dealer
Site
at:
dealer.2gig.com
2GIG
®
GC3 Security & Automation System

GC3e INSTALLER TOOLBOX QUICK START GUIDE

10023891
C
Nortek

Security

&

Control

|

5919 Sea Otter Place, Carlsbad, CA 92010 | 800
-
421
-
1587
|

USA

|

800
-
421
-
1587

|

www.nortekcontrol.com

2

Copyright

©

2018

Nortek

Security

&

Control

LLC.





P
ROGRAM A
W
IRED

Z
ONE


You
can
program
up
to two
(2)
wired
zones
per
system.
To
get
started,
navigate
to
the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
System
Configuration
>
Wired
Zones
.


Step 1: Select a
Wired Zone

1.
On
the
left
side
of the
Wired
Zones

screen,
review
the
list
of zones.
2.
Tap
one
of the
available
zones
to highlight
it. A zone
is available
when
it
appears
in gray
text.

3.
Tap
Edit
Zone
.

Step 2: Select a Sensor Type

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Type
.
2.
Tap



to expand
the
list.

3.
Tap
to select
the
appropriate
sensor
type
from
the
list.

For example, if you are programming a
Thin Door/Window Contact
for a

Patio Door
, you might select
03-
Perimeter
as the sensor type.



4.
Tap ▼.


Step 3: Select the Sensor Equipment Type

If you selected
04
-Interior Follower
,
06-
24-
Hour
Silent Alarm
,
07-
24-
Hour
Audible
Alarm
,
24
-Hour Auxiliary Alarm
,
1- Interior with Delay
,
23-
No
Response Type
in

"Step
2: Select
a Sensor
Type"
above,
you
must
also
select
the

Sensor
Equipment
Type
. If you
selected
a different
Sensor
Type,
skip
this
step
and
continue
with
"Step
4: Choose
the
Equipment
Age"
below
.
To select the sensor equipment type:
1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Equipment
Type
.
2.
Under

Sensor
Equipment
Type
, choose
the
appropriate
option
button.
3.
Then,
Tap

▼.


Step 4: Smart Areas Assignment

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Smart Areas Assignment
.
2.
Under

Smart Areas Assignment
, choose a Smart Area (Partition) for
the zone.

3.
Then,
Tap

▼.


Step
5: Choose the Equipment Age

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Age
.
2.
Under

Equipment
Age
, choose
New

or
Existing
.
3.
Then,
tap
▼.


Step
6: Choose the Normal State

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Normal State
.
2.
Under

Normal State
,
choose
one
of these
options:

Not
Used:

This
turns
the
switching
component
OFF
and

disables the
use
of the
sensor
or peripheral
for
the
zone.
This
is the
default setting.
Normally
Closed
(NC):

Sends
an
alert
signal
to the
security
system
when
the
sensor's
circuit
is no
longer
in the
NC
state.

Normally Open
(NO):
Sends
an
alert
signal
to the
security
system
when
the
sensor's
circuit
is no
longer
in the
NO
state.

End-
of-
Line Resistor (EOL):
Choose this option when
an end-
of
-line (EOL)
resistor is present.

Step
7: Enable or Disable the Dialer Delay

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Dialer
Delay
.
2.
Under

Dialer
Delay
, choose
Enabled

or
Disabled
.
3.
Then,
tap
▼.


Step
8: Select a Voice Descriptor

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Voice
Descriptor
.
2.
Tap

Edit
Voice
Descriptor

to
reveal
the
touchscreen
keypad.

3.
At the
touchscreen
keypad,
enter
the
first
few
letters
of the
desired
vocabulary
word.

4.
Tap
the
matching
vocabulary
word
above
the
touchscreen
keypad

to select
it.
5.
Repeat
the
steps
above
to enter
the
desired
phrase.

6.
Tap

Done
.
7.
Review
the
voice
descriptor.
8.
Tap


.

Step
9: Enable or Disable Sensor Reports

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Reports
.
2.
Under

Sensor
Reports
, choose
Enabled
or
Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
10: Choose a Chime

1.
At the
Wired
Zone


screen,
highlight
Sensor
Chime
.
2.
Choose
the
desired
chime
from
the
Sensor
Chime

list.
The
default
setting is
Disabled
.

Next Steps

The wired zone is now programmed. Next, choose one of these options:
To program the next wired zone, tap
Next Zone

or

|
. Then,
repeat
the programming steps.
To
erase
all the
programmed
settings
for
the
zone,
tap
Reset
Zone
.
To
go
to the
list
of wired
zones,
tap
Back
to Zones
.
To
save
your
changes,
tap
Return
to
System
Configuration
. Then,
save
your
changes
as described
in "Save
Your
Changes"
on
the

previous
page
.


P
ROGRAM
A
K
EY

F
OB


You
can
program
up
to 32
portable
keyfobs
per
system.
To
get
started,
navigate
to
the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
System
Configuration
>
Keyfobs
.

Step 1: Select a Keyfob

1.
At the
Keyfobs

screen,
swipe
up
to move
through
the
list
of keyfobs.
2.
Tap
to select
one
of the
available
keyfobs.

3.
Tap
Edit
Keyfob
.

Step 2: Enable or Disable the Fob
Used

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Fob
Used
.
2.
Under
Fob
Used
, choose
Enabled
or

Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 3: Select Equipment Code

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Code
.
2.
Tap



to expand
the
list.

3.
Tap
to select
the
desired
equipment
code
from
the
list.

4.
Tap

▼.


Step 4: Enter Serial Number

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Serial Number
.
2.
Place
the
panel
into
learning
mode
by tapping
Learn
.
This panel listens for the 7-
digit TX
-ID on the product or its packaging.
3.
Press
any
button
on
the
keyfob
for
three
(3)
to five
(5)
seconds.
When
the
TX
ID
is received,
the
Sensor
Received

message
appears.

4.
Verify
the
on
-screen
serial
number
matches
the
keyfob's
7- digit
TX
ID.
Then,
tap
Accept
.


5.
Tap

▼.


Step 5: Smart Areas Assignment

1.
At the
Keyfob
screen, highlight
Smart Areas Assignment
.
2.
Under
Smart Areas Assignment
, choose a Smart Area (Partition) for
the keyfob.

3.
Tap
▼.


Step
6: Choose the Equipment Age

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Age
.
2.
Under

Equipment
Age
, choose
New

or
Existing
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
7: Choose the Emergency Key

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Emergency
Key
.
2.
Under

Emergency
Key
, choose
one
of these
options:
Disabled:
This turns the emergency key function OFF on the
keyfob.

Auxiliary:
This setting triggers an auxiliary alarm on the system.

Audible:
This setting triggers an audible alarm on the system.

Silent
Panic:

This
setting
triggers
a silent
distress
signal
on
the system.
3.
Tap
▼.



Step
8: Enable or Disable Fob Can Disarm

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Fob
Can
Disarm
.
2.
Under
Fob
Can Disarm
, choose
Enabled
or

Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
9: Edit Voice
Descriptor

Next,
create
a voice
descriptor
for
the
keyfob
using
the
words
in the
system's
vocabulary.
See
"System
Vocabulary/Voice
Descriptors"
on
page
4.
1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Voice
Descriptor
.
2.
Tap

Edit
Voice
Descriptor

to reveal
the
touchscreen
keypad.

3.
At the
touchscreen
keypad,
enter
the
first
few
letters
of the
desired
vocabulary
word.

4.
Tap
the
matching
vocabulary
word
above
the
touchscreen
keypad
to
select
it.
5.
Repeat
the
steps
above
to enter
the
desired
phrase
for
the
keyfob.

6.
Tap

Done
.
7.
Review
the
voice
descriptor.
8.
Tap

▼.


Step
10: Enable or Disable Arm with No Entry Delay

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Arm
with
No
Entry
Delay
.
2.
Under
Arm with No Entry Delay
, choose
Enabled
or
Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 1
1: Enable or Disable Fob Output

1.
At the
Keyfob


screen,
highlight
Fob
Output
.
2.
Under

Fob
Output
, choose
one
of these
options:

Disabled
This deactivates the option.
Toggle
Output
Choose this option for toggle output. This lets
users
press
the
Auxiliary
(*)
button
on
the
fob
to control
the
sensor
or peripheral that is
connected to the system's Open Collector
Output.
For
example,
to use
the
keyfob
to open
and
close
a garage
door,
you
would
typically
choose
Toggle
Output.

Momentary Output
Choose this option for momentary output.
This
lets
users
press
the
Auxiliary
(*) button
on
the
fob
to change
the state of the sensor or peripheral that is
connected to the
system's
Open
Collector
Output.
For
example,
to use
the
keyfob
to
turn system
-controlled lights ON
or OFF,
you would
typically
choose Momentary
Output.


Next Steps

The keyfob is now programmed. Next, choose one of these options:
To program the next keyfob, tap
Next Keyfob
or


|
. Then, repeat the
programming steps.
To
erase
all the
programmed
settings
for
the
keyfob,
tap
Reset
Keyfob
.
To
go
to the
list
of keyfob,
tap
Back
to
Keyfobs
.
To
save
your
changes,
tap
Return
to
System
Configuration
. The
save
your
changes
as described
in
"Save
Your
Changes"
on
the
previous
page.
TIP:
You
can
alternatively
use
the
touchscreen
keypad
to
enter
the
two
-digit
code
to select
the
Sensor
Type
.
TIP:
Instead
of placing
the
GC3
Panel
into
Learning
Mode,
you
can
manually
enter
the
7- digit
TX
ID
on
the
keypad. 2GIG
®
GC3 Security & Automation System

GC3e INSTALLER TOOLBOX QUICK START GUIDE

10023891
C
Nortek

Security

&

Control

|

5919 Sea Otter Place, Carlsbad, CA 92010 | 800
-
421
-
1587
|

USA

|

800
-
421
-
1587

|

www.nortekcontrol.com

3

Copyright

©

2018

Nortek

Security

&

Control

LLC.





P
ROGRAM A

K
EYPAD


You can program up to
eight
(8) wireless keypads per system. To get started, navigate
to the
Installer Toolbox
. Then,
tap
Keypads
. This reveals the
Keypads
screen.





Step 1: Select a Keypad

1.
At the
Keypads

screen,
swipe
up
to move
through
the
list
of keypads.

2.
Tap
to select
one
of the
available
keypads.
Then,
tap
Edit
Keypad
.

Step 2:
Enable or Disable the Keypad Used

1.
Make
sure
the
Keypad
Used

setting
is highlighted.

2.
Under
Keypad Used
, choose
Enabled
or

Disabled
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step 3: Select Equipment Code

1.
Make
sure

Equipment
Code

is highlighted.
2.
Tap



to expand
the
list.

3.
Tap
to select
the
desired
equipment
code
from
the
list.
See
"Equipment
Codes"
on
the
next
page.

4.
Tap

▼.


Step 4:
Device ID

Note:
Before Pairing an SP1, the GC3 and SP1 must both be connected to the
same broadband network or the SP1 must be connected to the GC3s internal
Access Point via Wi-
Fi. If programming an SP2 or PAD1 see the Installation
and Programming Guide for more details
.
1.
At the
Keypad


screen,
highlight
Device ID
.

2.
Press the
Pair
button.

3.
Start pairing process on SP1 or SP2 (See SP
1/2 installation manual for
details). The s
ystem will show Device ID when paired.
4.
Tap ▼.


5.
Trigger
the
keypad.
Consult
the
Installation
Instructions

that
came
with
the
product for information on how to trigger it. When the panel receives the
TX
ID,
the
Sensor
Received

message
appears.
6.
Verify
that
the
TX
ID
on
the
touchscreen
matches
the
one
on
the
product.
7.
Tap

Accept
.


8.
Tap

▼.


Step 5: Smart Areas Assignment

1.
At the
Keyfob
screen, highlight
Smart Areas Assignment
.
2.
Under
Smart Areas Assignment
, choose a Smart Area (Partition) for
the keyfob.

Tap
▼.


Step
6: Select Equipment Age

1.
At the
Keypad


screen,
highlight
Equipment
Age
.
2.
Under

Equipment
Age
, choose
New

or
Existing
.
3.
Tap

▼.


Step
7: Select Emergency Keys

1.
Make
sure
the
Emergency
Keys

setting
is highlighted.
2.
Under

Emergency
Keys
, choose
one
of these
options:
Enable
-
enables the emergency keys on the Secondary Panel
.
Disable
-
disables the emergency keys on the Secondary Panel

3.
Tap

▼.


Step
8: Edit
Voice Descriptor

1.
Make
sure
the
Voice
Descriptor

setting
is highlighted.
2.
On
the
touchscreen,
tap
Edit
Voice
Descriptor

to
reveal
the
touchscreen
keypad.

3.
On
the
touchscreen
keypad,
enter
the
first
few
letters
of the
desired
vocabulary
word.

4.
Tap
the
matching
vocabulary
word
above
the
touchscreen
keypad
to select
it.
5.
Repeat
the
steps
above
to enter
the
desired
phrase
for
the
keypad.

6.
Tap

Done
.
7.
Review
the
voice
descriptor.

Next Steps

The keypad is now programmed. Next, choose one of these options:
To program the next keypad, tap
Next Keypad
or

|
. Then,
repeat the
programming steps.
To
erase
all the
programmed
settings
for
the
keypad,
tap
Reset
Keypad
.
To go to the list of keypads
, tap
Back to Keypads
.

To save your changes, tap
Return to System Configuration
. The save
your changes as described in "Save Your Changes" on page 1.



P
ANEL

P
ROGRAMMING


You
can
program
a variety
of settings
for
the
GC3
Panel.
To
get
started,
navigate
to
the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
System
Configuration
>
Panel
Programming
.
This
reveals
the
Panel Programming
screen.


On
the
left
side
of the
screen
are
a variety
of programming
questions
related
to how
the GC3 Panel and different system
components operate. Answer the different
questions
to define
the
corresponding
setting.
Take
time
to ensure
any
settings
you
program
are
in compliance
with
all national,
state,
and
local
regulations.
For
more

in -depth
information
about
the
list
of questions
available
in the
Panel
Programming

menu, refer to the
GC3Installation & Programming Guide
.


S
MART
H
OME
S
ETTINGS


You
can
add
up
to 232
Z-Wave
devices
to the
network.
After
adding
or removing
a
device
you
should
always
rediscover
the
network.
To
get
started,
navigate
to the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
Smart
Home Settings
. This reveals the
Smart
Home Settings

menu.



Add a Z-
Wave Device
1.
At the
Smart
Home Settings
menu, tap
Add
Devices
.
The
Listening
for
Devices to Add
page
appears.

2.
Walk
to and
trigger
the
device
on
the
network.

When
the
system
discovers
a device,
the
system
automatically
adds
it and
the
Adding
Device
message
appears.
3.
Tap

OK

at the
New
Device
was
Added
to
the
System

message.
The newly discovered device appears in the
Listening for Devices to
Add
. Any device information captured during the discovery process
appears below the device name.


Rename a Z
-Wave Device
1.
At the
Listening
for
Devices
to
Add

screen,
tap

Rename
.
2.
At the
Enter
a Name
for
this
Device
screen,
use
the
touchscreen
keypad
to enter
the
new
name.

3.
Tap

Done
.

Remove a Z
-Wave Device
1.
At the
Smart
Home Settings
menu, tap
Remove
Devices
.
The
Listening
for
Devices to
Remove
screen
appears.

2.
Walk
to and
trigger
the
device
on
the
network.

When
the
system
detects
the
device,
it appears
on
the
Listening
for
Devices to
Remove
screen.

The device is removed from the network.


Check the Network

1.
At the
Smart
Home
Settings

menu,
tap
Check
Network
. This
checks
the
network
for
failed
nodes.
2.
Tap

Start
. The
system
scans
the
network
for
failed
nodes.
This
can
take
several
minutes
and
some
of the
Z-Wave
functions
will
be
unavailable
until
the
rediscovery
is complete.

Rediscover the Z-
Wave Network



1.
At the
Installer
Toolbox
, tap
Smart
Home
Settings
.
2.
At the
Smart
Home
Settings

menu,
tap
Rediscover
Network
.

3.
At the
Rediscover
Network
screen,
tap
Start
.
The
Working
screen
appears.

NOTE:

The
GC3
Security
& Automation
System is
compatible with
Secondary Keypads (SP1 & SP2) and Wireless Keypad (2GIG
-
PAD1
-345)compatible
with
the Wireless Keypad
(2GIG
-PAD1
-345).


TIP:
Instead
of placing
the
GC3
Panel
into
Learning
Mode, you
can alternatively use the touchscreen's keypad to manually

enter
the
7-digit
TX
ID.
TIP:
After
adding
or removing
a device
you
should
always
rediscover
the
network.
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®
GC3 Security & Automation System

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|

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ORE
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NSTALLER
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OOLBOX
O
PTIONS



Walk Test

After
installing
the
system,
sensors,
and
peripherals,
perform
a walk
test
to ensure
proper
console
operations
and
to test
wireless
reception
and
signal
strength.
To
open the
Walk Test
menu, navigate to the
Installer Toolbox
. Then,
tap
Walk
Test
.

System Vocabulary/Voice Descriptors
To test wireless reception and signal strength, tap
Sensors Test
.
Then,
walk to and trigger each sensor.
To test the console operations, tap
Console Test
. Then, tap each
button and respond
Yes
or
No
to each question.

Radio Status

After installing
the Cellular Radio Module for the first time, perform
a radio test to
check the wireless signal strength, confirm the serial number of the module, and
view
other information about the cellular
radio connection. This is
a helpful tool to
use
when
troubleshooting
the
installation.
To
open
the
Radio
Test

menu,
navigate
to the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
Radio
Test
. At the
Radio
Status
screen,
tap
Start Radio
Test
.

Restore Defaults

If at any time you want to restore the system's settings to the factory defaults.
navigate to the
Installer Toolbox
. Then, tap
Restore Defaults
. At the
Would
You Like to Restore the System to Default Settings
message, tap
Restore
Defaults
. This restores the system's factory default settings and then the system
restarts.


Disable Sounder

To
disable the system's sounder, navigate to the
Installer
Toolbox
. Then,
tap
Disable Sounder
. The
sounder emits a siren for two
(2)
seconds. If an external
sounder
is installed,
it emits
four
(4)
chirps.
At the
Sounder
Disabled

message,
tap
OK
. The
sounder is
disabled for thirty minutes (or
until you tap the
Re
-enable
Sounder

button).

P
ROGRAMMING

R
EFERENCE


When
programming
zones,
keyfobs,
and
keypads
you
must
specify
the
equipment
code.
You
also
have
the
option
of creating
a voice
descriptor
for
the
system
use
for
zone
announcements.

Equipment Codes

Wireless Zones
—Equipment Codes

0873-
2GIG Takeover Module

0637-
Honeywell D/W "5816"

0470-
HW R
-D/W "5818MNL"

0533-
HW PIR "5890"

0530-
HW PIR "5894PI"

0519-
HW Glass Break "5853"

0589-
HW Smoke "5808W3"

0557-
HW Heat Sensor "5809"

0624-
HW Flood Sensor "5821"

0491-
HW Panic Pendant "5802MN2"

1063-
2GIG Doorbell

1061-
Tilt Sensor

1062-
2GIG Tilt Sensor

1064-
2GIG Bypass Sensor

1065-
2GIG Flood Sensor

1067-
2GIG Repeater

0655-
Existing Door/Window Contact
0609-
Existing Motion Detector

0475-
Existing Glass Break Detector

0616-
Existing Smoke Detector

0692-
Existing CO Detector

0708-
Existing Heat Sensor

0556-
Existing Flood/Temp Sensor

9999-
Alarm.com Image Sensor


Wireless Zones
– eSensor Equipment Codes

2862-
eSeries Thin Door/Window Contact
2863-
eSeries Recessed Door Contact
2869-
eSeries PIR with Pet Immunity

2864-
eSeries Glass Break Detector

2058-
eSeries Smoke Detector (USA)



Keyfobs
—Equipment Codes

0000-
Other

0866-
KEY2
-345 4-
Button Keyfob Remote

0577-
Existing Keyfob Remote



Keyfobs
—eSensor Equipment Code

2866-
eSeries Key FOB



Wireless Zones
—Equipment Codes

0000-
Other

0862-
2GIG Thin D/W (Surface) Contact
0863-
2GIG Recessed Door Contact
0869-
2GIG PIR with Pet Immunity

0864-
2GIG Glass Break Detector

0859-
SMKT2
-345 GE Smoke/Heat Detector (USA/Canada)

1058-
2GIG Smoke Detector

0872-
SMKE1
-345 Smoke Detector (USA)

0871-
SMKE1
-345C Smoke/Heat Detector (Canada)

0868-
2GIG Panic Button Remote

0860-
CO1
-345 CO Detector (USA)

0859-
CO1
-345C CO Detector (Canada)

1026-
2GIG CO Detector





Keypads
—Equipment Codes

0000
-
Other

0867-
PAD1
-345 Wireless Keypad

1060-
2GIG SP1 Touchscreen

1074-
2GIG SP2 Touchscreen

For an updated list of Equipment Codes see dealers’ site:
2gig.com/dealers





On
the
touchscreen keypad,
enter
the
first
few
letters

of
the
Vocabulary Word
(or
its Numeric

Code)

P

Panel

(165),

Panic

(166),

Pantry

(167),

Patio

(168),

Perimeter

(169),

Phone
Line
(170),
Play
(171),
Police
(172),
Police
(172),
Pool
(173),

Pool
(173),
Porch
(270),
Power
(175),
Press
(176),
Previous
(177),

Pump (178)

Q

-

R

Radio (179), Ready (180), Rear (181), Rear (181), Refrigerator (261),

Relay (182),
Remote (183), Remote (183), Repeat (184), RF Jam

(185), Right (186), Room (187)

S

Safe (188), Second (189), Security (190), Sensor (191), Sensors

(192), Service (262), Session (193), Set (194), Seven (195),

Seventeen
(196),
Seventy
(197),
Shed
(198),
Shop
(199),
Side
(200),

Silent
(201),
Siren
(202),
Six
(203),
Sixteen
(204),
Sixty
(205),
Skylight

(206),
Sliding
(207),
Smoke
(208),
Sons
(282),
Sounder
(209),
South

(210),
Space
(211),
Stairs
(213),
Star
(214),
Status
(215),
Stay
(216),
Stay
(216),
Stop
(217),
Stop
(217),
Storage
(218),
Study
(219),
Sump

(220), Sun (283), Sunroom (263), Supervision (221), Switch (286),

System (222)

T

Tamper (223), Temperature (224), Ten (225), Terminated (226),

Theater (284), Thermostat (227), Third (228), Thirteen (229), Thirty

(230),
Three (231), To (232), Tool (233), Transmitted (234),

Transmitter (235), Trouble (236), Turn (237), TV (268), Twelve (238),

Twenty (239), Two (240)

U

Unlock

(241),

Upper

(242),

Upstairs

(243),

User

(244),

Utility

(245)

V

Valve

(246),

Video

(269),

Voice

(247)




W

Wall
(248),
Warehouse
(264),
Water
(249),
West
(250),
Window
(251),

Wing (285), Wireless (252)




X

-

Y

Yard (253)

Z

TIP:
To
learn
more
about
installing
the
GC3
Security
& Automation
System,
visit

2gig.com/dealers
and
download
the
GC3
Installation &
Programming
Guide
.
Zero (254), Zone (255)

Letter

Letter

On
the
touchscreen keypad,
enter the first

few
letters of the Vocabulary

Word
(or
its Numeric

Code)

A

Abort (002), AC (003), Access (004), Alarm (005), And (006),

Announcement (007), Apartment (266),Area (008), Arm
(009), Armed

(010), Arming (011), At (012), Attic (013), Audio (014), Auto (015),

Automation (016), Auxiliary (017), Away (018)

B

Babys (019), Back
(020), Balcony (256), Basement (021), Bathroom

(022),
Battery
(023),
Bedroom
(024),
Bonus
(025),
Break
(026),
Button

(027), Bypass (028), Bypassed (029)

C

Cabinet (030), Cancel (031), Carbon Monoxide (032), Cellar (033),

Cellular (034), Cell Radio (035), Center (036), Check (037), Chest

(038), Childrens (039), Chime (040), Closet (041), Code (042),

Communica
tions (043), Computer (044), Control (045), Cool (046),

Crawl (047), Current (048)

D

Daughters

(276),

Day

(049),

Deck

(258),

Degrees

(050),

Den

(051),

Detached (259),
Detector (052), Dim (053), Dining (054), Disarm

(055), Disarmed (056), Dock (057), Dock (057), Doorbell (277),

Downstairs (059), Driveway (060)

E

East

(061),

Eight

(062),

Eighteen

(063),

Eighty

(064),

Electric

(065),

Eleven
(066),
Eme
rgency
(067),
Enter
(068),
Enter
(068),
Entrance

(069),
Entry
(070),
Error
(071),
Exercise
(072),
Exit
(073),
Exit
Now
(074), Exterior (075), External (076)

F




G

Failure (077), Family (078), Fan (079), Fifteen (080), Fifty (081), Fire

(082), Fire Alert
(083), Fire Detector (084), First (085), Five (086),

Flood (087), Floor (088), Fluid (089), Foil (090), For (091), Forty (092),

Four (093), Fourteen (094), Fourth (095), Freeze (096), Freezer

(097), Front (098), Furnace (099)




Game (100), Garage
(101), Gas (102), Gate (265), Girls (278), Glass

(103), Glass Break (104), Guest (105), Gun (106)

H

Hall

(107),

Hallway

(108),

Hanging

(109),

Hang

Up

(110),

Hanging

(109), Heat (111), High (112), Home (113), House (114)

I

Ice

(115),

Image

(279),

Image

Sensor

(280),

Inside

(116),

Instant

(117), Interior (118), Intrusion (119), Is (120)

J

-

K

Key

(121),

Keyfob

(122),

Keypad

(123),

Kids

(124),

Kitchen

(125)

L

Laundry (126), Left (127), Level (128), Library (129), Light (130),

Lights
(131),
Liquor
(132),
Living
(133),
Loading
(134),
Lock
(135),
Loft

(136), Low (137)

M

Main (138), Maintenance (139), Man (281), Master (140), Medical

(141),
Medicine
(142),
Menu
(143),
Middle
(144),
Motion
(146),
Motion

Detector (147), Mud (148)

N

Nine (149), Nineteen (150), Nineteen (150), Ninety (151), No Delay

(155),
No
Entry
Delay
(156),
North
(152),
Not
(153),
Not
Ready
(154),

Nursery (157)

O

Off

(158),

Office

(159),

On

(160),

One

(161),

One

Hundred

(162),

Output (163), Outside (164),
Overhead (260)

Letter


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