Honeywell 4GL Frequently Asked Questions

What Does a 4GL Communicator Do in a Honeywell L7000?
The purpose of the 4GL, also called the 3GL, is to serve as a cellular communicator for a Honeywell L7000 System. Learn about the 4GL Communicator and the Honeywell L7000.
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Honeywell 3GL vs 4GL GSM Modules
The Honeywell 3GL and 4GL communicators are actually the exact same device. The communicator was originally released with the 4GL name. However, this was confusing to people, as the device is only a 3G communicator. Honeywell then changed the name to 3GL. Learn more about this communicator.
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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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Can I Use a 3GL GSM on a Honeywell L5100?
No, the 3GL is not compatible with the Honeywell L5100 control panel. There is a 4G compatible GSM. Find out which 4G cellular communicator is compatible.
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What is the difference between a 4GL and 3GL?
Learn the difference between a 4GL and 3GL communicator
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Do I Need A Phone Line To Be Monitored?
Find out if you need a phone line to be monitored
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Is 3G Cellular Monitoring Faster Than 2G Monitoring?
As cellular communication evolves, there are differences in speed from one generation to another. Find out if 3G cellular alarm monitoring is faster than 2G.
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Can I use a Honeywell L7000 system without monitoring?
Find out how to setup the L7000 LYNX Touch without monitoring
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How Does Dual Path Monitoring Work on an L7000?
Learn how dual path monitoring works with a L7000 Lynx Touch
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Can WIFI be Primary and GSM Backup on an L7000?
Find out how to setup dual path communications on the L7000 LYNX Touch
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