Qolsys IQ Panel: DIY How to Install/Program the IQ2 Tablet QW-9100-840-00

DIY How to Install/Program the IQ2 QW-9100-840-00 Tablet into the Qolsys IQ wireless security system.

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-secondary-touchscreen-tablet-qw-9100-840-00.html
Alarm Monitoring for new or existing systems : http://www.geoarm.com/alarm-monitoring-services.html

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 Qolsys IQ Panel: DIY How to Add/Delete User Profiles

DIY How to Add User Profiles on your Qolsys Iq wireless security system.

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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 Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200: DIY How to Install the 3GL Cellular Communicator?

 

Today i am going to show you how to install the 3GL cellular communicator into the LYNX Touch L5200 wireless security system. Note: Before working with your Honeywell LYNX touch l5200 unplug the backup battery and make sure the l7000 transformer is detached from any power outlet. Organize all of the contents of the wireless security system and the cellular communicator. You will be working with three screws, the 3gl module, and the cellular card. When opening all of these boxes make sure to keep packaging in re sell-able condition in case you need to return the items for any reason.

Depress the two tabs located on the top of the Honeywell L5200 wireless security system. I like to you use a small flat head screw to open the panel. Take the GSM chip that comes with the 3gl cellular communicator. Locate the side on the chip that says gsm. That part will slide into the female slot on the 3gl cellular communicator. Once that has been completed locate the 3 screw terminals in the bottom left of the system and as shown on our video. Align the screws and communicator in their designated slots. Once all three screws have been inserted your communicator is now in place. Locate the Mac and Mac Crc numbers off of the communicator and make note of that as you will need this to activate cellular monitoring with GEOARM. Plug in your backup battery make sure your transformer is wired correctly, seal the panel up and plug in your transformer and Call us so we can schedule your tech appointment to go online with our remote tech support!

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 How to Locate the MAC and MAC CRC on a GSMV4G Cellular Communicator?

This is a Honeywell GSMV4G. Today we will be locating your MAC and MAC CRC. These are the serial numbers you will want to locate when you are activating your alarm monitoring services. These numbers can be located on the manufacturer box which your wireless cellular communicator came in or inside the device as shown above. It is always recommend that you get these numbers from the inside of the actual device itself to make sure you are getting the most accurate information. For assistance activating your GSMV4G wireless cellular communicator contact GEOARM at 1-877-443-6276.

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 Honeywell’s APL “Advanced Protection Logic”

Hey Everyone Brad Finger here with GEOARM Security. Today we will be talking about Honeywell’s proprietary APL or (Advance Protection Logic.) which is available with LYNX Touch and LYNX Plus L3000 Wireless Security systems.The L3000 must have a revision number of 21.10 or higher to utilize this feature.
Now,In most homes people will set there most frequent points of entry on delay mode. This is where you enter your home and the system gives you around 30 seconds to disarm before it goes into an alarm. Since the brains of the system are all consolidated into the panel there is a risk in placing your panel near one of these delayed zones. If an intruder was to break into your home through one of these delay zones they could run in, grab the system, and either smash it or throw it in a bucket of water rendering the system. Luckily with professional monitoring through GEOARM and the activation of the APL your system will send a ping to our central monitoring station every time one of these delay doors is opened letting us know the system is ok. Once you enter your 4 digit disarm pass code we will receive another signal letting us know you have disarmed your system and it is still in tact. If we don’t receive this final ping we will than treat it as an alarm and reach out to the emergency contact list provided by the client and dispatch if protocol calls for that. In our opinion this feature is a very important feature to activate on your system. If you have any questions please contact us 1-877-443-6276 and be on the look out for many more video blogs to come your way!
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