How To Register A Sim Card On The Honeywell L7000
The Honeywell Lynx Touch L7000 is compatible with Honeywell’s GSMVLP5-4G cell communicator.
To activate the Sim Card provided with the cell communicator, the user will need to provide the monitoring company with both the MAC ID number and the CRC number. These numbers are provided on the cell unit itself and is also found on the outside of the box it came in. The MAC ID and CRC numbers are preprogrammed by Honeywell and are used to link the cell communicator and your account to AlarmNet’s servers.
The MAC ID number is always a 12 (twelve) digit number and starts with 00-D0-2D with 6 (six) digits after - the last 6 (six) digits are what is needed to be provided to the monitoring company. The CRC number is a 4 (four) digit combination of numbers and letters. The entire 4 (four) number/letter combo is required. Once this information is provided to the monitoring station, the cell can be activated and will send signals to the monitoring station.
All Honeywell cell communicators ship with a Sim Card and must be used with that communicator.
Monitoring companies are the only ones permitted to activate Sim Cards and is charged by Honeywell/AlarmNet for the data fees.
Communicating by cell is very safe and effective. With no outside wires, there are no worries of someone cutting the land line.
The Honeywell Lynx Touch L7000 also has Advanced Protection Logic technology. When APL is enabled, the system will send a signal to the users monitoring station if the system is tampered with during the entry and no communication is received after the delay entry time. The Advanced Protection Logic feature can be enabled when using a GSMVLP5-4G or connected through the internet.
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