Interlogix Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT

Alarm.com AT&T 3G Cellular Communicator for NX-4V2, NX-6V2, NX-8V2, and NX-8E

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The Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT is the AT&T HSPA 3G cellular communicator for Alarm.com. By adding this device to your compatible Netwo...
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Description

The Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT is the AT&T HSPA 3G cellular communicator for Alarm.com. By adding this device to your compatible Networx Alarm Panel (Networx 4V2, 6V2, 8V2, and 8E), it will communicate alarm signals with the Alarm.com server. There is also an integrated Z-Wave controller built into the module. For faster speeds and a longer product life, we recommend using the Interlogix 600-1048-XT-LTE-AT AT&T LTE cellular communicator instead. 3G cellular networks are set to be discontinued in the coming years. But LTE networks will be supported well into the future.

Adding a cellular communicator is arguably the most important upgrade you can make for your alarm system. Cellular service is substantially faster and more reliable than traditional telephone line communication when used with alarm systems. This communication path is almost never down, and the connection cannot be physically cut or tampered with. It will also not be disrupted by any sort of power outage. Overall, cellular communication is considered to be the gold standard for anyone who wants a dependable alarm system.

A major benefit of a cellular communicator is that it allows the alarm panel to sync with Alarm.com. This is an interactive service platform that provides several functions and capabilities for an alarm system. Alarm.com allows users to arm and disarm their system, check the status of sensors and control Z-Wave devices. By using the Alarm.com Mobile App, these actions can accomplished from virtually anywhere. This service truly offers some excellent conveniences for end users. It is absolutely necessary for getting the most out of an alarm system.

The ability to use Z-Wave home automation devices with one's system should also not be overlooked. Home automation provides users with greater control over the devices in their home, and it can be great for saving money on energy bills. Some popular types of Z-Wave devices include lights, door locks, thermostats and more. By setting up rules and scenes, a user can have their Z-Wave devices activate automatically when certain events occur on the system. This can include actions like disarming the system or tripping a motion sensor. A user can manage their Z-Wave devices through Alarm.com, and they can establish an automation schedule that keeps their home comfortable, while also saving them money.

Brand: Interlogix

Reviews
Get an LTE Cellular Communicator
Submitted on 09/04/2019 Alarm Grid

At one time, the Interlogix Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT was considered a great communicator for the Interlogix Networx Alarm Panels. But with the rise of LTE, this module is not recommended anymore. It is no longer possible to activate one of these communicators for alarm monitoring service. And if you already have one of these modules activated, it will only continue to work as long as the associated cellular network is kept in service. That is why we can only give the Interlogix Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT a Three (3) Star Rating.

A cellular communicator like the NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT allows an alarm system to communicate across a cellular network. This will ensure reliable monitoring service, as properly configured cellular connections almost never experience extended service outages. In the case of the NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT, the module works across the AT&T 3G Network. It also includes a built-in Z-Wave controller so that the user can start creating a home automation network around their system. The NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT can be used with the Interlogix Networx NX-4V2, NX-6V2, NX-8V2, and NX-8E Systems.

However, the AT&T 3G Network is in the process of being shutdown in favor of the newer and more advanced AT&T LTE Network. If you are getting a new cellular communicator for an alarm system, you should make sure that it is an LTE model. Fortunately, the Alarm.com NX-410-US-AT is compatible with the same systems as the NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT. Anyone considering the NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT should get the NX-410-US-AT instead. And if you already have an NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT activated, then you should understand that it will only continue to work as long as the AT&T 3G Network is kept in service. This network is expected to be shut down by the end of 2022. At that point, the communicator will no longer work. Additionally, as of June, 2019 you can no longer activate an NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT due to the 3G sunset.

Bottom line, the Interlogix Networx NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT is a fine communicator. If you already have it activated, then it should continue to work for the time being. But if you are considering buying a communicator, make sure you get an LTE model instead. For that reason, we can only give the Interlogix NX-592E-GSM-ZX-AT a three-star rating.

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