2GIG GC3PK-GC3

Factory Packaged GC3, 3 wireless door/window sensors, 1 wireless motion, and a key fob kit

2gig gc3pk gc3 3 door slash window sensors 1 motion and key fob

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1 GC3 security system, a PIR1-345 motion, KEY1-345 key fob, 3 DW10 door/window sensors are included in this kit. It is a complete security system, ready to go, just remember to get your communicator.
  • Z-Wave
  • Z-Wave Plus
  • Home Assistant
  • Alarm.com
  • Amazon Alexa
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The 2GIG GCPK is a kit that includes the GC3 wireless alarm control panel with 3 x DW10-345 door/window contacts, a PIR1-345 motion detector, and a KEY2-345 RF key fob. If you want a cellular radio for your GC3 to be able to setup monitoring service with Alarm.com, you can choose between the CDMAV-A-GC3 which works on Verizon's CDMA network, the LTEV-A-GC3 which works on Verizon's LTE network or the 3GA-A-GC3 which works on AT&T's 3G network. There is WIFI built into the panel but it is not available with the current firmware. Alarm.com requires cellular communications for any interactive service anyways.

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Do you plan to get monitoring service and if so, would you want IP only monitoring at a lesser price (knowing that if your internet goes offline or becomes unavailable for any reason, you'd be offline) or would you want slightly higher priced monitoring that includes a cellular connection so that your internet going out wouldn't stop the service from working?
Which one would you recommend? Both have different prices but seemed the same.
They are both very similar systems, just made by different manufacturers. The Lyric is made by Honeywell and works with Honeywell's Total Connect 2.0 service for remote system control and alerts and the GC3 is made by 2Gig and works with Alarm.com service for remote control and alerts. Currently there are no encrypted sensors that work with the GC3, although 2Gig does plan to have them available at some point. The Lyric already has SiX Series (https://www.alarmgrid.com/browse/honeywell-six-sensors ) sensors that are encrypted to the Lyric system.
What is the difference between the lyric and this GC3?
No, you can't pair two GC3 on one system as each GC3 is an all-in-one system. Currently there are no options for a secondary touchscreen separate from the main GC3 but 2Gig will eventually release a wireless touchscreen keypad and in the mean time, you can use the PAD1 wireless keypad.
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Can you have two GC3's for one system. Like one downstairs and on upstairs?
Hi Karen, We're glad you found us. Unfortunately, we don't have any GC3 videos up yet as this system was just released. However, we have videos for the prior model GoControl panel and for the Honeywell LYNX Touch systems and the installation should be very similar so if you check those videos out, you should have a good idea of what the GC3 installation woudl be like.
Hi, I just found out about you guys on a site that reviews security system companies. This system looks like the easiest for me to install--I'm not great at DIY projects that involve tech. I couldn't find any videos on installation on your youtube channel though.
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