AlarmNet 5' RF Antenna Coax Cable
The Honeywell 7626-5 is an AlarmNet 5’ RF antenna coax cable used to extend the GSM-ANT3DB weatherproof external antenna 5’ out from your...
The Honeywell 7626-5 is an AlarmNet 5’ RF antenna coax cable used to extend the GSM-ANT3DB weatherproof external antenna 5’ out from your AlarmNet cellular alarm monitoring communicator or dual path alarm monitoring communicator. The 7626-5 coax cable is not included with the GSM-ANT3DB antenna and must be purchased separately.
The Honeywell 7626-5 has male N connectors on both ends of the RF antenna coax cable. One end connects to your WA7626-CA SMA-N adapter cable and the other end connects to the female N connection at the base of the GSM-ANT3DB antenna. The 7626-5 coax cable provides 5’ of extension so that you can mount your GSM-ANT3DB antenna away from your AlarmNet alarm monitoring communicator to get the best possible cellular reception.
If you have an AlarmNet cellular alarm monitoring communicator, such as the Honeywell GSMV, connected to your Honeywell alarm control panel and you are experiencing cellular communication issues, you should try adding the GSM-ANT3DB weatherproof external antenna. By using the 7626-5 along with the GSM-ANT3DB, you can move the point of reception for your GSMV cellular alarm communicator without having to move your alarm control panel or the GSMV itself. The AlarmNet GSMV cellular alarm communicator connects to AT&T’s GSM network to send your alarm signals to Alarm Grid’s central station using wireless cellular communications. If the cellular connection between your GSMV and the AT&T GSM tower in your area is not strong enough, some alarm signals will not get through to Alarm Grid’s central station. When this happens, your Honeywell security system will alert you to a communication trouble. You can also look at the RSSI LEDs on the circuit board of your GSMV cellular communicator to check the cellular signal strength. The first red LED will be lit up if your GSMV is in the default RSSI mode. The remaining yellow and green LEDs indicate the cellular signal strength and the more LEDs that are lit up, the better the cellular reception. The GSMV requires at least the (2) yellow LEDs and the first green LED to be lit for proper cellular alarm communications. If the first green LED is flashing or not lit at all, you should not rely on your AlarmNet cellular alarm communicator as your primary alarm communication path. Fortunately, if you are not getting adequate cellular signal strength, there are some things you can do to improve the cellular signal. The GSM-ANT3DB external antenna can be added to boost the gain of the GSMV’s antenna. The GSM-ANT3DB antenna is (3) times as strong as the internal antenna built into the GSMV. Sometimes, simply adding the GSM-ANT3DB is enough to improve the cellular signal strength. If not, the 7626-5 coax cable provides 5’ of extension so that you can mount the GSM-ANT3DB higher up or even on the outside of your home to get the best possible cellular reception.
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