Please Note: The Honeywell GSMVLP-4G communicator has been discontinued without replacement.
The Honeywell GSMVLP4G is an AlarmNet LYNX Plus cellular alarm monitoring communicator for the Honeywell L3000 LYNX Plus alarm control panel. The LYNX Plus is the only Honeywell control panel that supports the GSMVLP-4G. Prior to the release of the GSMVLP4G, the now discontinued GSMVLP was the only cellular 2G alarm communicator you could use with a LYNX Plus security system. If you are looking for an internet alarm communicator that works with the L3000, the Honeywell 7847i-L was a viable alternative, however this unit was recently discontinued.
The GSMVLP4G from AlarmNet is the latest 3/4G cellular alarm communicator to be released by Honeywell. Once AT&T announced that they would no longer be supporting their 2G cellular network after the end of 2016, Honeywell quickly began replacing all of their existing 2G communicators, like the GSMVLP, with newer 4G versions. We recommend that anyone purchasing a cellular alarm communicator today choose a the latest and greatest 4G version. If you do choose to go with an older 2G capable communicator, you will have to replace the device once the 2G network has disappeared. While AT&T says that will be at the end of 2016, certain areas of the country will lose 2G service even before that time. By investing in a 4G cellular alarm communicator today, you can be confident that your alarm communications will be secure and reliable well into the future.
Adding an AlarmNet GSMVLP4G to a LYNX Plus wireless security system allows you to sign up for AlarmClub cellular alarm monitoring services. While the LYNX Plus alarm control panel supports phone line alarm monitoring without needing an alternative alarm monitoring communicator, most people these days prefer cellular alarm monitoring due to its wireless nature. If you are relying on your home or business phone line for monitoring service, your security system is vulnerable to a criminal cutting your phone line wire before entering the home. With the phone line cut, no alarm signal would reach AlarmClub's central station. However, if your L3000 system has a cellular alarm communicator like the GSMVLP4G, there is no risk of someone cutting your line. As the GSMVLP4G uses a wireless alarm transmission path, it is a more reliable and widely considered the most secure form of alarm communications to date. Another advantage of the GSVMLP4G is that you don't need to have phone service at your home to have your security system monitored. With the huge popularity of cell phones, many people no longer have a need for the traditional home phone. However, many people that would otherwise be able to eliminate their phone service, and save on their monthly phone bill, are forced to keep the service because their alarm system uses that traditional phone line to communicate. These people would be able to free themselves from their home phone by simply adding a cellular GSMVLP4G alarm communicator to their L3000 security system.
Unlike other cellular alarm communicators, the GSMVLP4G is an AlarmNet communicator and therefore supports Honeywell's Total Connect 2.0 service. Most AlarmNet dealers that offer AlarmNet alarm monitoring services only offer Total Connect as an add-on to a central station monitoring plan. While we offer Total Connect with our monitoring plus plan, AlarmClub also has a special self monitoring plan which includes Total Connect access without the added cost of a central station plan. Add a GSMVLP4G to your L3000 LYNX Plus security system and sign up for one of our alarm monitoring plans that include Total Connect 2.0 interactive capabilities. Remotely arm and disarm your system from any computer or smartphone at anytime!
The Honeywell GSMVLP4G is a cellular communicator that transmit signals to the Honeywell Alarmnet server. From there the signals can be sent to the AlarmClub central station and/or the Total Connect 2.0 application. Honeywell cellular security systems are extremely versatile and send secure alarm signals! The ability to install a system and have it send signals without an internet or phone connection is a wonderful thing. Whether you have a vacation home, remote warehouse or just simply do not have phone or internet service a cellular communicator is a great option.
•Multi-GSM platform compability - 2G, 3G and 4G
•Automatic selection of the best available GSM network
•4G capable using HSPA+ protocol
•Full Contact ID or ADEMCO® High-Speed Reporting
-Contact ID reporting using ECP mode with compatible Honeywell control panels or combined with optional dialer capture for non-ECP capable control panels.
•256-bit AES Encryption
-Advanced encryption standard used for secure communications.
-Available with select Honeywell control panels. Requires Compass version 18.104.22.168a or higher.
-Quick and easy installation of 4G GSM for LYNX Plus L3000 wireless control panels.
•Dynamic Signaling with Certain Honeywell Control Panels
-Provides management of control panel dialer and digital cellular communicator. Programmable priority and delays determine signal path.
-Provide signal strength and status indications.
-Quality of Service diagnostics via AlarmNet supply vital information including when a message was received, battery voltage, input voltage, signal strength and message path.
-Allows complete interactive programming from AlarmNet Direct. Login
-Any message generated serves as a supervision message per optional 24 hour or 30 day intervals. This feature effectively limits required messages to be sent.
•Remote Services Capability*
-Optional Honeywell Total ConnectTM Remote Services value-added web-based or SMS system control as well as e-mail notification of system events.
•Six Input Zones
-Digital processing for improved detection and false alarm protection.
•Tamper Protected Enclosure
-Built-in tamper sends a report when a tamper condition is detected and a restore when cleared.
•Built-in Power Supply
-Onboard charging circuit design accommodates back-up battery. Includes primary power and battery supervision.
-6V @ 3.1Ah supplied to deliver up to 24 hours of standby operation.
*Total Connect Service subscription required.