The QOLSYS-4208-PGPK10-AT provides all you need to start monitoring a larger home or a small business. With this complete kit, you get a new 433 MHz Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus System with AT&T LTE Cellular Communicator, a DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion, and ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Contacts.
At Alarm Grid, we are huge fans of the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus. We believe that it is one of the best systems on the market for so many reasons. The system boasts a sleek design that pairs nicely with any decor. Its 7" touchscreen and intuitive menus make the system an absolute joy to use on a daily basis. And you get excellent features like support for up to 128 wireless zones, integrated Z-Wave Plus, livestreaming for compatible ADC Cameras, automatic Bluetooth disarming, four (4) programmable partitions, and much more. This version of the IQ2+ is the 433 MHz that accepts legacy DSC Sensors and encrypted PowerG Sensors.
We have bundled PowerG Sensors with this encrypted system kit. This is great news, as PowerG Sensors can be used from up to 2,000 feet away from the system with a direct line of sight. They also utilize military-grade 128-bit AES encryption. This makes them virtually impossible for others to hack or takeover wirelessly. They are also immune to any RF jamming attacks. The DSC PG9303 Contacts are easy to install, and they work with almost every door and window imaginable. The DSC PG9914 detects movement reliably across its maximum 39 foot coverage area, and it offers pet immunity of up to 85 pounds.
The system also has a built-in AT&T LTE Communicator and an integrated WIFI card for communicating with Alarm.com. Dual-path connectivity is excellent for providing fast and reliable service you can count on. By connecting the system with Alarm.com, you can also control it remotely through the Alarm.com Mobile App. This is a super convenient app that lets you control your system from virtually anywhere using your Android or iOS device. You can arm and disarm the system, check its status, and control any connected Z-Wave devices. If you choose to use Alarm Grid monitoring service, then you will need to obtain a Gold Plan or higher.