2GIG GC3 Frequently Asked Questions

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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How Do You Add a 2GIG DW10 to the 2GIG GC3?
A DW10 door and window sensor can be added to the 2GIG GC3 through the system's programming menu. The installer code is needed to access the programming menu.
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How Do I Remove A Z-Wave Device From A 2GIG GC3?
Z-Wave devices are removed from a 2GIG GC3 system through the Smart Home Settings menu. You must put the GC3 into exclusion mode to remove Z-Wave devices.
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2GIG GC3 vs Honeywell L5210, L7000 Security System
The 2GIG GC3, Honeywell L5210 and L7000 panels have many similarities, as well as differences. Depending on the user's needs, all panels are great options.
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Is the 2GIG DW10 a Z-Wave Device?
The 2GIG DW10 door and window sensor is not a z-wave device. The sensor uses RF communication in order to interact with the user's 2GIG security panel.
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What is the "Abort Window Dialer Delay" on a 2GIG Security System?
The Abort Window Dial Delay can be applied to burglary zones, and gives a user the chance to disarm prior to an alarm report being sent. Read on to learn more.
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Where Should I Install My Honeywell 5869 Panic Button?
Install the Honeywell 5869 Wireless Panic Button in a hidden but reachable place, away from metal, furniture, and appliances. Learn how to install a 5869.
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Lyric Gateway vs 2GIG GC3
The Gateway and the 2GIG are different all-in-one systems. The Gateway lacks integrated digital display, and must be monitored by a Honeywell dealer. Read on.
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Can I Mount a WAVE2 Siren Outside?
Though the WAVE2 siren’s operating temp is from 20F - 175F, it is not weatherproof and is rated for indoor use only. Continue reading for more about the WAVE2.
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How do I Remove the Battery from My Honeywell 5811 Sensors?
To remove the battery from a Honeywell 5811 door/window sensor, use a small flathead screwdriver to pop it open. Learn more about the best techniques.
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