Cellular Alarm Communicators Frequently Asked Questions

How Does the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Communicate with Alarm.com?
The Qolsys IQ Panel 2 can communicate with Alarm.com using a cellular or an internet connection. Cellular communication is required for use with Alarm.com.
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Can I Use WIFI as Primary and GSM as Backup on my Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
When Qolsys panels have both WIFI and Cellular enabled, all signals are sent on all available paths. The signal received first is processed and forwarded to the monitoring station, the second signal is ignored. In this way, all signals take the fastest path available. Read on to learn more.
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How Do I Register the Honeywell 3GL?
A Honeywell 3GL cellular communicator can be registered remotely by an alarm monitoring company, or it can be registered on-site at the security panel.
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How Does Dual Path Monitoring Work on a 2GIG GC3?
When Dual Path communication is enabled on the GC3, it sends all signals meant for the monitoring station via both paths simultaneously. Alarm.com acknowledges and forwards whichever signal is received first, and ignores the duplicate. This ensures that the fastest path available is always used.
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Can WIFI be Primary with Cellular as Backup on a 2GIG GC3?
When WIFI is available on the GC3, signals are sent via both WIFI and Cellular. Alarm.com acknowledges whichever is received first, forwards that signal to the monitoring station, and ignores subsequent signals. This way, signals always use the fastest path available for communication.
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Can a GSMV4G Radio be Used Without Monitoring?
It is possible to self-monitor using only a GSMV4G cellular communicator. Many users prefer to use cellular communication because of its strong reliability.
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What Happens to a Qolsys IQ Panel 2 When the Internet Goes Down?
A Qolsys IQ Panel 2 will appear unaffected when the internet goes down, as this connection is not supervised by the panel. This is because the system requires cellular communication for monitoring and remote services. The WIFI connection is more for convenience. Read on to find out more.
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Will the Central Station Call Me if I Disarm My Alarm just After a False Alarm?
There is a possibility, when you disarm immediately after a false alarm, that the central station will see the cancellation signal, and not call you. Read on!
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How Do I Register the 3GL Cellular Module on an L5200?
To register the 3GL cellular module on an L5200, you must contact your alarm monitoring company and provide them with the MAC and CRC of the communicator.
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How Do I Replace a L5100's GSMVLP5-4G Cellular Module?
In order to replace a GSMVLP5-4G in an L5100, you will need to take out the old cellular communicator and then install and register the new communicator.
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