Modified on: Tue, 25 Jun, 2019 at 5:45 PM
The first option consumers will have for monitoring of a Honeywell L5210 wireless system is via phone/ VOIP alarm monitoring services. Security systems for over 30 years have been connected to central stations using phone lines. Even though phone line systems carry a lower monthly monitoring rate they don't provide end users with the most reliable mode of communications as phone lines can be cut by a possible intruder. If this was to occur the alarm signals will not reach the central station. Lastly, while using a VOIP or regular landline you will not be able to remotely control your system using your smart devices. In order to utilize phone line/ VoIP communications, you must have your installer code to access control panel programming menu and have an active dial tone line running into the panel. If you don't have your installer code click this link to learn how to backdoor your Honeywell L5210 wireless security system.
The third option consumers have for alarm monitoring of a Honeywell L5210 wireless security system is via Alarmnet Wi-Fi alarm monitoring services. In order to obtain Wi-Fi alarm monitoring services with the L5210 panel, you must have the part number (L5100-Wifi) communicator installed directly inside the panel. Once you have the L5100-Wifi card installed you will enjoy central station alarm monitoring services starting at $10 per month no contract, GEOARM can remotely access your control panel and provide unlimited free tech support and if you opt in for Total Connect 2.0 services you will get a username and login to remotely arm/disarm your panel. If you don't have your installer code no worries LEARN HOW TO RESET YOUR INSTALLER CODE TO FACTORY. Wi-FI alarm monitoring is not the most reliable mode of communication to an alarm monitoring station because if an intruder cuts your power or internet lines your L5210 system will still sound but, it will not actually send the signals to our central station receivers.
The fourth option end users have to communicate alarm signals to a central monitoring station such as GEOARM Security is via Alarmnet cellular alarm monitoring services. In order to have your L5210 system transfer its signals to our central station receivers via cellular, you must have the Honeywell 3GL wireless cellular alarm communicator. Once you have installed the 3GL into the control panel you will enjoy alarm monitoring rates starting at $15 per month no contract, unlimited free tech support were we can remotely access the control panel to assist with programming/troubleshooting and if you opt in for Alarmnet Total Connect 2.0 interactive service a username/login so you can remotely arm/disarm your panel. In order to receive these benefits, you must get monitoring services via GEOARM. If you don't have your installer code no worries LEARN HOW TO RESET YOUR INSTALLER CODE TO FACTORY.
Dual-Path Alarm Monitoring Services
The fifth and final option consumers have their Honeywell L5210 system transmit their alarm signals to a central station is via Dual-Path alarm monitoring services. In order to have Dual-Path alarm communications, you must have two parts installed directly inside the control panel. The first part you will need is the (Honeywell L5100-Wifi) communicator and the second part needed is the (Honeywell 3GL) wireless cellular communicator. Once you have both of these modules installed you can enjoy dual-path communications back to the central station. By default, the panel will send signals via Wi-FI primarily and use the cellular communicator as the backup. If you don't have your installer code no worries LEARN HOW TO RESET YOUR INSTALLER CODE TO FACTORY.
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