How Do I Add a 2GIG TS1 Keypad On a 2GIG Go!Control?
You can add a 2GIG TS1 Keypad on a 2GIG Go!Control by going through Question 4 of the System Configuration Menu. Question 4 is the section dedicated to enrolling and configuring new system keypads. The GC2 can support up to four keypads. You will need an XCVR2-345 Module to support a TS1.
The 2GIG TS1 is a bi-directional touchscreen keypad designed exclusively for use with the 2GIG GC2 System. It can only be used if a 2GIG XCVR2-345 Module is installed inside the system. The steps below assume that the XCVR2-345 is installed and working correctly and that the GIG TS1 is powered on and communicating properly.
Complete the following steps to add a 2GIG TS1 Touchscreen Keypad to a 2GIG Go!Control System:
1. Enter programming. Begin from the main screen of the 2GIG Go!Control GC2. Click the 2gIG Logo in the lower-right corner. Then provide the system's Installer Code. The default Installer Code is 1561. Select the System Configuration option. This will take you into system programming.
2. Go To Question 4. Choose the Go To button near the right side of the screen in the center. Enter "04". This will load Question 4. This section is used for enrolling and configuring keypads.
3. Configure the settings. As you configure the settings, remember that you will use the left and right arrows to scroll between available options. You will use the down arrow to move on to the next setting. If you make a mistake, you can use the up arrow to return to the previous option.
First choose the keypad slot you want to work with. There are four keypad slots available.
Then choose the Equipment Code. You will select (1059) 2GIG-TS1 Wireless Touchscreen Keypad.
Next you will enroll the keypad. Press the Learn button the left side of the screen. Then go to the TS1 Keypad. Press the Pair with Panel Button. The GC2 should recognize the signal from the TS1. Press the OK button on the GC2. Then press the down arrow to continue to the next menu option.
You can choose either New or Existing for Equipment Age. This will not affect device performance.
You can set the Emergency Keys to Disabled or Enabled. We recommend setting them to Enabled in case you need to trigger a panic.
You can create any Voice Descriptor for the keypad. It is best practice to choose a Voice Descriptor that is easy to remember and helps you properly identify the keypad. You can learn more about Voice Descriptors on pages 38 and 39 of the 2GIG GC2 Programming Guide.
4. Save your changes. Press the Exit Next button at the bottom of the summary screen. Then choose End in the bottom-right corner. Check and make sure that the "Save Changes" box is properly marked. Press Exit in the bottom right-corner to finish. The panel will reboot to apply the changes. The TS1 Keypad should then work as intended.
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