The NetworX NX-592E-LTE-ZX-VZ is a Verizon LTE cellular communicator for Alarm.com. This device will communicate alarm signals from a NetworX 4V2, 6V2, 8V2 and 8E
panels to the Alarm.com server. It also integrates control of compatible Z-Wave devices with the built-in automation controller. The Alarm.com part number is NX-410-US-VZ. Overall, this is a tremendous communicator that will greatly enhance a compatible alarm system.
Cellular communication is the most reliable communication path available for an alarm system. Cellular service is readily available, and cell towers are almost never down. It is also one of the fastest forms of communication available for security panels, especially with LTE speeds. And since the connection is wireless, it cannot be tampered with by intruders. This makes cellular communication incredibly secure as well. For those reasons, we encourage every user to get cellular service for their system.
A cellular communicator will allow the system to connect with Alarm.com. This service is used for arming and disarming, checking sensor status and controlling Z-Wave devices. A user can access Alarm.com through any web browser. They can also use the official Alarm.com Mobile App to perform these actions from virtually anywhere. Once they login to their Alarm.com account, they will gain complete access to their system. This is great for situations when a user needs to control their alarm system while they are not on-site with their panel.
Another major benefit of a cellular communicator is the ability for the system to interface with Z-Wave home automation devices. These include Z-Wave lights, locks, thermostats and more. A user can access Alarm.com and establish a home automation schedule to manage their Z-Wave devices. This can help save the user money and make their life more convenient. A user can also have Z-Wave devices activate when certain system events occur, such as when the panel is armed or disarmed or when a sensor is triggered. Once they get started, many users wonder how they ever lived without Z-Wave home automation.