Cellular Alarm Communicators Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Make My Honeywell L5200 Work w/ AlarmNet 360?
The Honeywell L5200 will need a communicator installed to be able to work with AlarmNet 360. The learn how an alarm company can register the panel, read on.
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Can External Antenna be Installed on an iGSMV4G?
An external antenna can be installed into an iGSMV4G. The communicator's internal antenna must be removed, and a K14207LF adapter will needed for the install.
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How Can I Connect Wirelessly to a 2GIG GC3 with an iPad?
An iPad can connect wirelessly to a 2GIG GC3 system with the downloadable Alarm.com app. Learn how to configure Alarm.com on a GC3 alarm and automation system.
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What Is the City ID on Honeywell Total Connect?
The City ID is used by the alarm dealer to create a Total Connect account, and is never used by the end-user. Learn more about the City ID by reading here.
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Does My VISTA-21iP Support 4G Cellular Communication?
The VISTA-21iP does support 4G cellular communication with the addition of the Vista-GSM4G, or an external 4G device. Read on to see how to add 4G cellular.
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Will a GSMX4G Work on a VISTA-20P With a 5.2 Revision Chipset?
The Vista-20P version 5.2 supports the GSMX4G as a communicator, and for upload/download, but does not support Total Connect 2.0. Read on to learn more.
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How do I set up GeoFence arming reminders on an iOS device in TC2.0?
GeoFence arming reminders alert when an associated device leaves the designated area, and the system is not armed. Learn to create a GeoFence arming reminder.
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What is an 803 Signal on a VISTA Panel?
When an AlarmNet device on a Vista panel indicates a trouble condition for itself, it uses zone 803, to prevent confusion with a protection zone. Read on!
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How Do I Register the Sim Card in a Lyric Gateway Cellular Communicator?
The sim card in a Lyric Gateway Cellular Communicator can only be registered by a Honeywell dealer. Learn how to register the cellular communicator's sim.
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What is the CRC Code For?
The CRC, or cyclical redundancy check, is in place to keep programmers from making typographical errors when activating a communicator. Learn more here!
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