The 2GIG GC3 wireless security system offers a 7 inch touch screen display with a 800 * 480 pixel resolution. A much easier to read user interface which will reduce the installation time by 30%. The GC3 wireless system has the ability to use 100 wireless security zones, 2 hard wired zones, 2 open collector outputs and up to 100 unique user codes making this ideal for any DIY installation. 


The menus are manufactured to produce the least amount of steps necessary to perform a function. The easy to read time, date and weather information along with 5 day weather forecast allows you to project what kind of week to expect. It has an easy to view countdown timer which eliminates any guesswork on how much time until the panel is armed which can limit false alarms.


The GC3 system makes working with your home automation devices easier than ever. There are clear step by step menus to offer you easy control of home automation devices such as thermostats, lights, door locks and more. The 2GIG GC3 system can be controlled from the touch screen display or from anywhere in the world with your smart devices. 


The 2GIG GC3 system allows you to establish scenes where you can automatically manipulate multiple devices at the touch of a button. For example if you create a good night scene and upon activation of that scene it can automatically set into motion turning off the lights, locking the front door and setting the thermostat to a comfortable temperature. The rooms feature will allow you to group together smart home automation devices and scenes into a room where you can view all of the settings for that room to customize. You can book mark a screen which allows the user to set as the home screen if they tend to use that screen more than any others.


If you have an existing or new 2GIG GC3 system and you wish to have either Alarm.com DIY or Pro Alarm Monitoring Services click link or call us at 877-443-6276.



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