GE Interlogix's full-featured Concord 4 hybrid cellular-ready security system delivers full-featured, hardwired/wireless, modular security solutions for intrusion and fire detection. The Concord 4 is easy to install and simple to use and comes standard with hardwired zones and wireless zones without needing any expansion modules. The Concord 4 hybrid security system supports (8) hardwired zones and (96) wireless zones out of the box. To expand the amount of hardwired zones you can use the GE Interlogix 8-zone input SnapCard or the SuperBus 2000 input module. The GE Interlogix Concord 4's installation advantages, innovative end-user benefits and robust system capacity make the value-priced security system an ideal choice for higher-end installations.
This Concord 4 hybrid security system kit comes equipped to send its alarm signals over Verizon's cellular LTE network. With an Alarm.com cellular AT&T LTE alarm communicator (600-1053-LTE-AT) the installation of the security system is easier, as you wouldn't have to run a phone wire from your phone block to the Concord 4 control panel. The cellular alarm communicator sends your alarm signals securely over the cellular AT&T LTE network to the GeoArm central station. Additionally, the 600-1053-LTE-AT cellular LTE communicator would also allow you to upgrade to GeoArm's Alarm.com interactive alarm monitoring services, which enable you to receive important alerts, keep a close eye on your home and control your security system remotely via the internet and/or mobile devices. Isn't it time you got connected? Save money and take control of your home security with GeoArm.
Do-it-yourself (DIY) installations are an emerging new trend in the security industry. Being one of the pioneers in this industry, we are the perfect partner for any DIYer considering an installation of an GE Interlogix Concord 4 hybrid security system. With 30 years of professional security installation experience, GeoArm has the technical know-how to make your DIY home security installation as easy and seamless as possible. You can be confident that your DIY security system installation will be backed by a team of real security professionals.