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GSMV - Honeywell AlarmNet Wireless 2G GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator

GSMV - Honeywell AlarmNet Wireless 2G GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator
Please Note: The Honeywell GSMV wireless cellular communicator (for VISTA-Series Panels) has been discontinued without replacement.

GSMV Honeywell AlarmNet Wireless Cellular GSM Alarm Communicator Product Description:
GeoArm is an industry leader in alternative alarm communication paths. We recognize that a traditional phone line (PSTN) is no longer the only way to communicate alarm signals. With the emergence of VoIP and the huge growth in wireless networks, you can now free your security system from a POTS line and eliminate your expensive monthly phone bill.

GeoArm is proud to have partnered with Honeywell’s AlarmNet to offer a cellular alarm communication path. The GSMV connects to compatible Honeywell alarm control panels with an easy 4-wire connection, providing an easy streamlined installation for those customers looking to have their security system monitored over the cellular Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network instead of a traditional phone line. GSM is the dominant mobile phone system worldwide and has two different paths within one network. General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is the primary path and the first method of alarm delivery for the GSMV. Short Messaging Service (SMS) is the secondary path and is used by the GSMV as a backup in the event that GPRS fails. The two paths operate independently within the GSM network, and by using both, the GSMV is a more reliable/secure alarm communicator.

Once installed, your Honeywell security system will deliver all alarm signals through the GSMV cellular communicator to Honeywell’s AlarmNet Network Control Center, which automatically and immediately routes the information to GeoArm's Central Station. The state of the art AlarmNet Network Control Center is fully redundant and monitored 24/7. AlarmNet has the ability to route messages using AlarmNet-i and 800 PLUS services, providing true redundancy and multi-path message delivery.

Remote Service Calls:
GeoArm is able to dial into your control panel’s programming to perform remote service once you have installed your GSMV alarm communicator. GeoArm technicians can make advanced technical programming changes in minutes through your AlarmNet communicator. Never pay for an expensive house service call again.

AlarmNet Interactive Alarm Monitoring (Total Connect):
The GSMV cellular alarm communicator not only gives you the flexibility to eliminate your phone line, it also provides you with the ability to get more out of your wireless security system. With each of the AlarmNet communicators (IP, Cellular, and IP/Cellular), you have the option to add GeoArm's interactive alarm monitoring service (Honeywell's Total Connect service) to your alarm monitoring plan.

With interactive alarm monitoring you will be provided with a web based log-in that will allow you to:
  • Control your alarm system with a virtual keypad
  • Arm/Disarm your system with a text message
  • Set up email notifications for up to (8) system events
  • Log onto your Total Connect account through a compatible PDA or cell phone

Total Connect - Residential Brochure
Total Connect - Commercial Brochure
Total Connect – Virtual Keypad Brochure
Total Connect - Cell Phone Compatibility

Compatible Honeywell Alarm Control Panels:
VISTA-10P (Rev.1.2 and higher)
VISTA-10PSIA (Rev.2.5 and higher)
VISTA-10SE (Rev.15 and higher)
VISTA-128BP (Rev.3 and higher)
VISTA-128BPE (Rev.4.3 and higher)
VISTA-128FBP (Rev.2 and higher)
VISTA-128SIA (Rev.3 and higher)
VISTA-128SIAE (Rev.4.3 and higher)
VISTA-15 (Rev.2 and higher)
VISTA-15P (Rev.1 and higher)
VISTA-15PSIA (Rev.3 and higher)
VISTA-20P (Rev.1 and higher)
VISTA-20PI (Rev.5 and higher)
VISTA-20PS (Rev.1 and higher)
VISTA-20PSIA (Rev.3 and higher)
VISTA-20SE (Rev.12 and higher)
VISTA-250BP (Rev.1 and higher)
VISTA-250BPE (Rev.4.3 and higher)
VISTA-250FBP (Rev.1 and higher)

GSMV Honeywell AlarmNet Wireless Cellular GSM Alarm Communicator Free Custom Programming:
Custom security system programming is FREE for all GeoArm monitored clients.

GSMV Honeywell AlarmNet Wireless Cellular GSM Alarm Communicator Features:
  • Full Event Reporting – ECP full alarm reporting with all compatible Honeywell LYNX control panels
  • Full Contact ID Reporting – ECP mode with compatible Honeywell LYNX control panels supports full Contact ID reporting
  • 256-bit AES Encryption – Advanced Encryption Standard used for secure communications
  • Diagnostic LEDs – Provides signal strength and status indications
  • Tamper Protected Enclosure – Built-in tamper switch sends an alarm when the enclosure is opened
  • Built-in Power Supply – On board charging circuit design accommodates back-up battery
  • Back-Up Battery - 6V 3.1Ah battery supplied to deliver up to 24 hours of standby operation
  • Remote Downloading/Uploading – Remote GeoArm service capability through AlarmNet communicator
  • Remote Alarm Services Capability – Requires interactive monitoring plan (Total Connect)
  • Backed by Honeywell's 2-year limited manufacturer's warranty

Chart of the GSMV Honeywell AlarmNet Cellular GSM Alarm Communicator

Dimensions (H x W x D) 8.0 x 7.5 x 1.86 (in), 203.2 x 190.5 x 47.24 (mm)
Input Operating Voltages 10.5-14.3VDC or 9-16.5VAC
Current Requirements 50mA standby (1A peak transmit)
Backup Battery 6V, 3.1A (24hrs standby)
Transmission Power 850MHz (1Watt) to 1900MHz (2Watts)
Operating Temperature -4° to 131°F (-20° to 55°C)
Operating Relative Humidity 0% to 90% (non-condensing)
Approvals UL – residential/commercial
UL365 – police station connected burglar alarm units and systems
UL1610 – central station burglar alarm units
UL1635 – digital alarm communicator system units
UL985 – household fire warning system units
UL864 Rev.8– control units for fire protection signaling systems
CSFM – California state fire marshal
UL1023 – household burglar alarm
UL609 – local burglar alarm systems

Q & A's : Honeywell GSMV Cellular Alarm Communicator (Powered by AlarmNet)

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