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 ADC-SEM-100-CDMA / ADC-SEM-100-LTE: Installation to Honeywell Vista Systems

Here you will learn how to install the ADC-SEM-100-CDMA / ADC-SEM-100-LTE cellular communicator into Honeywell Vista security systems. Compatible Vista panels are as follows Vista 10p/10psia, 15p/15psia, 20p/20psia and 21ip wired systems. In the past typically Honeywell Vista panels would achieve interactive alarm monitoring services by using their own Total Connect application. Now, customers have another option to add to the list.

The ADC-SEM-100-CDMA / ADC-SEM-100-LTE uses Alarm.com for reporting of alarms and other system events using the CDMA/LTE networks. The SEM is meant to be used as the primary communication path for all alarm signals to our central monitoring station. Once installed and activated the SEM module allows for remote operation by the customer from their smart devices. They will have the ability to access the system at any time from any location. Additional features include viewing system and sensor status/ history, remote arming/disarming, setting up and managing user codes, creating customized email and text notifications for any type of alarm or none- alarm activity at their property. The SEM cellular communicator also supports alarm.com home automation services due to its built in z-wave receiver.

Tools and Supplies needed to complete the Alarm.com SEM installation

• Wire and fuse – Included

• 3 screws for mounting – Included

• Wall Anchors for mounting – Included

• Small flathead and Phillips screwdriver

• Drill and bits – optional

• Four-conductor 22-guage or larger stranded wire

Honeywell Alpha programming keypad  – Recommended for installation

Alarm.com SEM Cellular CDMA Communicator for Vista Panels

Alarm.com SEM Cellular CDMA Communicator

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 How to Install the 600-1053-3-ZWAVE-AT Cellular Radio into the GE Concord 4 Hybrid Alarm System?

Today we are going to show you how to install the 600-1053-3-ZWAVE-AT into the ge concord 4 hybrid alarm system. Make sure you you power down the system and unplug the backup battery before attempting this. Now, the first thing you will want to do is do open the box the communicator comes in and empty all of the contents. Enclosed you should find the cellular communicator, a package with the red power cable to link the cellular communicator to the alarm panel, and the instruction manual. Make sure to keep the packaging in resell able condition in case for whatever reason you need to make a return to Geoarm. Locate the 600-1053-3-ZWAVE-AT , the clear package with the red power cable, and the 22 gauge by 4 wire. Once this is all arranged open the cell module by depressing the button at the top of the communicator. After you have exposed the insides of the 600-1053-3-ZWAVE-AT take the antenna which is run through the bottom and you are going to run the wires as shown on figure 2. Now that you have the antenna run, we are going to focus on wiring the actual cellular module. Take the red wire with the fuse and follow along with figure 3. As shown you will run the red wire through the back and wire it into the terminal labeled 12v the opposite end of this wire wiill eventually get wired to the positive terminal in the alarm systems backup battery. Next, take the 22 gauge by 4 wire run that through the back of the cellular module as well. The first wire that will be wired will be the green wire and you will screw that into the terminal labeled A. Moving on to the next color wire you will want to gather the white wire and screw that into the terminal labeled B. The last wire you are going to work with is the ground wire which is black in color wire that into the terminal labeled GND. Now that your cell module has been wired up its time to wire the opposite ends into the panel itself. Now that you can see the cellular module all wired up bring this device near the GE Concord 4 Hybrid alarm system. Notice that there are several knockouts on the can itself. Select the knockout either under the board run the wires through that knockout and now we will begin wiring to the panel. So as you can see the black wire or ground wire will go into terminal 3 which will also be labeled GND. The green cable is going to get wired into terminal 5 which is also labeled terminal A, and lastly the white wire will get placed into terminal 6 which is labeled terminal B.

For the lowest No-Term alarm monitoring rates contact GEOARM Security.

Contact: http://www.geoarm.com/contact.html

Product: http://www.geoarm.com/600-1053-3-zwave-at-ge-alarm-com-concord-wireless-3g-cellular-alarm-communicator-for-att.html

Alarm Monitoring for new or existing systems : http://www.geoarm.com/alarm-monitoring-services.html

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 How to Wire the IGSMV4G to the Honeywell Vista 21IP Hardwired Security System

Before attempting to install the Honeywell IGSMV4G Dual path communicator into your Vista 21IP hardwired system please make sure to power down the system including your backup battery and your transformer. Once this has been completed make sure that you have watched our previous video which will show you how to move the jumper on your 21IP system to the proper position in order to allow for external communicators. The first thing your going to want to do is run the 22 gauge by 4 wire through the back of the panel and begin wiring up the panel first. Take the black wire which will be the ground wire and make sure that goes into terminal 4. The second wire will be the power wire which of course is red place this in terminal 5. The yellow wire will go to terminal 7 and green will go to terminal 6 these two are your data in and data out terminals. Now that these are in place lets take the opposite side of the 22 gauge by 4 wire and begin to wire up the IGSMV4G dual path communicator.

Continuing on lets start by wiring in the ground or the black wire which will go into terminal 4. Next will be the red wire or “power” which will go into terminal 3. Terminal 5 you will want to wire in the yellow wire and lastly 6 will be your green wire again both of these are data in and data out. With this being wired up now you are ready to plug in your K14138LF wire which is what connects the communicator to the backup battery. Just a fun fact terminal one and two are for you ac transformer if you decide to wire in that way. Also, keep in mind you should always follow along with your instructions while working with your alarm panel.

For the lowest No-Term alarm monitoring rates contact GEOARM Security.
Contact: http://www.geoarm.com/contact.html
Product: http://www.geoarm.com/vista-21ip-honeywell-dual-path-security-system.html
Alarm Monitoring for new or existing systems : http://www.geoarm.com/alarm-monitoring-services.html

 

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 Qolsys IQ Panel: Connecting the System to Wi-Fi

Connecting the system to Wi-Fi with your Qolsys IQ Wireless security panel.

For the lowest No-Term alarm monitoring rates contact GEOARM Security.
Contact: http://www.geoarm.com/contact.html
Product: http://www.geoarm.com/qolsys-iq-wireless-security-system.html
Alarm Monitoring for new or existing systems : http://www.geoarm.com/alarm-monitoring-services.html

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 Ge Simon XT V2: DIY How to Install the 600-1048-XT-ZX-VZ Cellular Communicator

 

DIY How to Install the 600-1048-XT-ZX-VZ Cellular Communicator into the GE Simon XT V2 wireless security system. By following this video working with this GE Simon XT wireless security system has never been so easy!

For the lowest No-Term alarm monitoring rates contact GEOARM Security.
Contact: http://www.geoarm.com/contact.html
Product: http://www.geoarm.com/600-1048-xt-zx-vz-ge-alarm-com-simon-xt-wireless-cdma-cellular-alarm-communicator-for-verizon.html
Alarm Monitoring for new or existing systems : http://www.geoarm.com/alarm-monitoring-services.html

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