Honeywell 7626-50HC

AlarmNet 50’ RF Antenna Coax Cable

Honeywell 7626 50hc alarmnet 50 rf antenna coax cable

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The Honeywell 7626-50HC is an AlarmNet 50’ RF antenna coax cable similar to the 7626-5 and 7626-25HC coax cables. Any of the three RF ant...
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The Honeywell 7626-50HC is an AlarmNet 50’ RF antenna coax cable similar to the 7626-5 and 7626-25HC coax cables. Any of the three RF antenna coax cables can be used to connect the GSM-ANT3DB weatherproof external antenna to the WA7626-CA SMA to N adapter cable. The only difference between the (3) coax cables is the length of extension.

When your AlarmNet cellular alarm monitoring communicator or dual path alarm communicator is having cellular signal strength issues, your alarm signals may not be getting through to Alarm Grid’s central station. You can always check your address at AT&T's website using the coverage viewer to get an idea of the cellular GSM coverage in your area but unfortunately, until you install your AlarmNet alarm communicator, you will not know if the cellular signal strength will be strong enough to work reliably. Also, even if there is cellular coverage at your address, you may find that something within your home is reducing the cellular signal strength. Alarm Grid recommends mounting your cellular alarm monitoring communicator on an exterior wall and at the highest point possible within your home. However, sometimes there is no location within your home that will provide adequate signal strength. When this occurs, you are left with mounting an external antenna on the outside of your home. The GSM-ANT3DB is a weatherproof external antenna that works with most Alarmnet dual path and cellular alarm communicators. The 7626-50HC allows you to mount your GSM-ANT3DB outside your home by providing 50’ of extension cable. Connect the female N connector at the base of your GSM-ANT3DB to the male N connector at one of the 7626-50HC. Next, connect the male N connector at the other end of the 7626-50HC to the female N connector at the end of the WA7626-CA SMA to N adapter cable. The WA7626-CA adapter cable connects to the K14207LF MMCX to SMA adapter cabler which also plugs directly into the internal antenna on the AlarmNet alarm monitoring communicator. You will need each of these cables when adding the GSM-ANT3DB to an AlarmNet GSMV, VISTA-GSM, iGSMV or iGSMHS alarm monitoring communicator. If you are adding the GSM-ANT3DB to an AlarmNet GSMX or GSMVLP, the GSM-EAA external antenna accessory is also needed.

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Antenna on the roof now where it belongs.
Submitted on 10/22/2012

I was having issues getting a good cellular connection from my GSMV when I had it in my basement. Found this cable and now I ran it all the way up into the attic so that I could install the antenna pointing at the nearest ATT tower. I haven't had a single communication trouble signal since I added this cable.

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