Devices Used With a 2GIG XCVR2-345 Transceiver on a Go!Control GC2

Devices Used With a 2GIG XCVR2-345 Transceiver on a Go!Control GC2

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hey di wires I'm George from alarm grid today we're going to be going over what devices are used with the xcv r2 - 345 transceiver on your go control 2gig panel we know that as a GC - alright our gt3 is the later version of the 2gig panel as you see has a bigger touchscreen on the buttons on the right hand side and the GC - has a smaller touchscreen - buttons underneath and a little speaker speaker holes on the top left corner now the XC v r2 - 345 is what the GC - uses to send out any commands now typically the GC - only comes with the 345 megahertz receiver so that means it's only listening it's only able to receive signals from the sensors so that means any bi-directional devices that you guys have keypads go bridges image sensors which use 900 megahertz frequency you would not be able to use on a GC - if you have not installed the xcv r2 - 345 transceiver now we do actually have an install video the Act the XC v r2 - three or 45 install to the GC - on our youtube channel so if you guys need help on installing it please look up that video today I'm just gonna go over some of the devices that use this transceiver starting with the first one which is going to be our goal bridge it's going to be our goal bridge IP communicator for this GC - now typically just so you guys know the goal bridge is probably the only communicator that can be activated through internet only on alarm comm normally requires every single one of their panels to have a cellular communication path enabled the gold bridge and the GC - are the only panel that will allow you to do internet only however you will still be charged for cellular price plans only so just because you have a go bridge communicator on your GC - doesn't mean you will to sign up for an internet plan with your alarm company since only has set of your base plans you will still be charged for cellular so if you're being charged for senator might as well just get the go bridge and the set of your communicator while you're at it now GC - it's still a common system that a lot of people still have some of you out there may need a firmware update if you're going to be getting the new LTE communicators so there's a lot of things that come into play when you're doing this so it's always best to contact your alarm professional and we'll either us or they'll be able to help you figure out what you need now the gold bridge communicator it's an IP communicator internet communicator that you plug directly into your router with an internet cable from there you actually learned it in wirelessly to your GC - and you need the ex CBR 2 - 3:45 so that this panel here can communicate to the gold bridge complete communicator that works with alarm comm so not only it needs to be able to receive the signals from that goal bridge communicator but it actually needs to be able to send out the status so like if you ever armed the system from the panel - away or if you ever disarm the system from the panel that signal needs to be sent to the communicator so that then it can update alarm calm if you guys have the service and you guys can actually make sure that the live status on your panel is showing correctly on your app so it needs that xcv r2 - 3:45 in order to communicate back and forth to the goal bridge communicator I'm gonna show you guys real quick I'm just gonna open the panel up it's gonna give me a cover tamper I'm gonna show you guys exactly where it's gonna be installed just so you guys can see I'm just gonna pull my panel directly off the back plate and if I look at the back here if you look at the top right corner I'm holding it upside down it's right across the battery pack it's this little silver piece with the black foam there that's normally where you would see your 345 receiver but that's where your replaced that's what you're gonna replace with the xcv r2 - 345 transceiver all right let me go in and put it back now good alright so that is the first device that we're gonna talk about that gets that needs the xev are two - three or four to five to communicate the second device is going to be the image one sensor the image one sensor transmits at a 900 megahertz frequency which for those of you who don't know the xcv are two that straight 45 not only works at 345 but it also does 900 megahertz which is exactly what the image sensor communicates at so in order for this panel to work with an image sensor you need that receive that transceiver module now the reason why you also need that is because you don't want the image sensor capturing images while the system is in a disarm State and there's there's people at home you typically want the image sensor to work whenever the system is in a disarm or I'm sorry whenever the sit when ever the system is in an armed away or an armed same old maybe typically it's going to be an armed away mode that's usually when motions are enabled and that's when nobody should be in the house and that's when you want the images to capture the anyone walking by that may set off the motion now the third device is going to be the ts1 keypad the ts1 keypad is the touchscreen keypad for the GC - that also transmits at 900 megahertz so you need that transceiver so that whenever you aren't from this keypad or whenever you arm for the other keypad the commands are being sent and they're actually sinking if you don't have that receiver and you're arming away on this keypad that other ts1 keypad is not going to know whether the system is armed way or them stay disarmed it's not going to know what sensors it has it's not gonna have any communication at all to this panel so that's why you need to make sure that if you're going to be using that ts1 keypad for the GC - that you guys actually have that xcv r2 - 345 transceiver so those are the three main devices that are used with this xcv are 2-3 45 again it's so it's to allow your panel to work with bi-directional communicators and devices again the things that we touched base on today was the gold bridge IP communicator the image one sensor and the ts1 keypad if you guys have any other questions about devices feel free to go ahead and email us to support at alarm care comm if you found the video helpful make sure you hit like underneath subscribe to the YouTube channel and enable the notifications so when we upload new content you guys get notified I'm George and I'll see you guys next time