Is this panel compatible with wifi? I thought I can arm disarm with my phone.
The panel uses cellular communication for alarm.com remote interactive services. You can also enable broadband internet connectivity with the Bridge. To disarm with your phone, you need to have an active alarm.com service plan on the cellular module (and have successfully completed a cell phone test on the panel). then simply download the alarm.com app, or go to https://www.alarm.com/login.aspx and sign into your ADC account.
Also I purchased the z wave compatible door lock. When I try to program it, the panel says zwave feature not activated see installer
You need to optimize your programming Q’s to enable zwave options and other features.
Generally you want to configure the following zwave options:
Q80(1) enabled switches/lights
Q81(1) enabled thermostats
Q82(1) enabled door locks
Q84(0) services require code (disabled)
Q85(1) master user zwave toolbox access (zwave device install)
Q88(0) zwave siren mode (burglary and fire)
Q90(2) enabled zwave energy feature/metering
Now how do I program the existing door and motion sensors...I have 2 door sensors and 2 motion sensors that are wired.
Do you have a 2GIG-TAKE? you will need a takeover module to convert and program the wired sensors to the panel. Once you have them wired into the TAKE, then you must program the zones to the panel.
Program your takeover module zones. Choose a Sensor Type appropriate to the zone. (Interior Follower for motion detectors, Entry Exit for entry doors, etc.)
– Equipment Type will be 2GIG Takeover Module.
– Sensor serial ID will be the following:
Zone 1: Seven digit TX ID on Takeover Module label (always ends in 1).
Zone 2: Same first 6 digits, end with “2”
Zone 3: Same first 6 digits, end with “3”
Zone 4: Same first 6 digits, end with “4”
Zone 5: Same first 6 digits, end with “5”
Zone 6: Same first 6 digits, end with “6”
Zone 7: Same first 6 digits, end with “7”
Zone 8: Same first 6 digits, end with “8″
– Loop will always be 1 for takeover module zones.
– Select a voice descriptor.
– Enable reports and supervision.
– Choose whether or not that zone should chime