The Honeywell iGSMHS4G is high security, dual-path (internet and GSM cellular) communicator designed to meet UL high line security requirements for ULAA applications. The iGSMHS4G cellular communicator transmits signals to the AlarmNet Control Center (via the internet or GSM cellular network), which in turn routes signals to the AlarmClub central station. If the Internet and GPRS (part of the GSM cellular network) are both unavailable (fail), the message will not be sent from this communicator.
The iGSMHS4G is backwards compatible with 2G and 3G service. The trademarked "IntelliPath" feature enables the iGSMHS4G to auto-select the optimum GSM path (2G, 3G or 4G). The iGSMHS4G offers full data reporting and uploading/downloading with most Honeywell control panels. In addition, onboard zone inputs and option dialer capture capability makes the iGSMHS4G IntelliPath-Series communicator compatible with other manufacturer's security panels.
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HSPA+ (4G )
HSPA (HSDPA & HSUPA) (3G)
Dual-path technologies using Internet combined with cellular signal delivery
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 nonECP capable control panels.
256-bit AES Encryption: Advanced encryption standard used for secure communications.
Upload/Download: Available with select Honeywell control panels. Requires Compass version 184.108.40.206a or higher.
Integration: Quick and easy installation of GSM for VISTA® and LYNX controls.
Dynamic Signaling with Certain Honeywell Control Panels: Provides management of control panel dialer and digital cellular communicator. Programmable priority and delays determine signal path.
QOS: Quality of Service diagnostics via AlarmNet supply vital information including when a message was received, battery voltage, input voltage, signal strength and message path.
Diagnostic LEDs: Provide signal strength and status indications.