2GIG TAKE Switch Wireless Takeover Module.
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2GIG TAKE Switch Wireless Takeover Module.

(8 customer reviews)

$32.29

36 in stock

8-Channel Transmitter Converts up to 8 Hardware Loops into 8 Wireless Sensor Zones 9-16 VDC 50 mA Can be Powered by Third Party Control Panel 345 MHz ETL
  • Converts hardwire zones to wireless frequency.
  • Converts 8 zones per module (additional modules may be added)
  • Integrates with 12-Volt panels
  • Easily connects to existing control panel’s battery
  • Provides power backup through existing hardwire panel

Description

The 2GIG TAKE Switch Wireless Takeover Module is the perfect solution for your home security needs. This module provides a secure, wireless takeover of existing alarm panel systems. With its simple setup and easy-to-use design, it allows you to control and monitor your system from anywhere. With its reliable performance and advanced features, you can rest easy knowing that your home is safe and secure.

Seamless Integration: The 2GIG TAKE Switch Wireless Takeover Module provides an effortless integration into any existing alarm system. Compatible with alarm panels from a variety of manufacturers, this module allows you to upgrade your outdated technology quickly and easily.

Enhanced Security: Protect your home or business with the latest in wireless security technology. The TAKE Switch is designed to vigilantly monitor your system, ensuring that it remains secure even if the wireless signal is interrupted.

Simple Installation: Installing the TAKE Switch takes just minutes! With its easy setup and intuitive design, even novice users can have the module up and running quickly and without hassle.

Long-Range Communication: The TAKE Switch features a powerful radio transmitter that allows for long-range communication with other devices on the network. This means you can rely on your system working reliably, no matter where you are!

Advanced Features: Get more out of your security system with advanced features like automatic arming and disarming based on user location, push notifications for alarm events, and encrypted communication with other devices. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your home or business is secure at all times!

Its reliable wi-fi connectivity and range make it a great choice for anyone looking for an upgrade to their existing security system without needing to replace complex components. Order yours today and get peace of mind with a state-of-the-art wireless security system.

Additional information

Weight 3.52 kg
Product Dimensions

3.54 x 1.13 x 2.56 inches

Item Weight

3.52 ounces

ASIN

B005LX15LO

Item model number

TAKE

Batteries

2 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Date First Available

September 8, 2011

Manufacturer

2gig

8 reviews for 2GIG TAKE Switch Wireless Takeover Module.

  1. Alan

    Great resource.Was a good way to use my existing reed switch door sensors. I already had 7 wired to my old control. I ended up building a power supply and box for it with a battery backup rather than destroying my old panel.

  2. Dawn

    Great way to make use of your old, wired alarm systemI had an old, Brinks wired alarm system that hasn’t been monitored in a long time, and when it recently started beeping every night in the middle of the night, the only option other than getting involved in a new monitoring contract was to replace it.I didn’t need a monitored system, but I did need a way to tell if my child with autism or my mom with Alzheimer’s was opening doors or windows. After looking into my options, I called Linear, who owns 2GIG, and asked if their system could be used just for alerting me to zone openings, and not necessarily to be a monitored system. The woman I spoke to was pleasant and helpful, and said that while the system is designed to be installed by dealers, yes, it could be used as I needed. So I bought this takeover module and 

  3. HawaiiZ

    Works but was problematicWorks but was problematic. Battery low alert. Could not bypass. Tech support answered fast but could not help fix it. Resolution much better quality and works better. No problems yet

  4. Omar

    Great!Took some time to figure this one out. I have no experience with electrical or alarm wiring but gave this a go to switch my wired alarm to a 2gig panel friendly signal. Works great! Watch a few basics of alarm wiring on youtube and it will eventually click in your mind how things work.

  5. Tex – MJ

    Make sure you have alarm company guidanceMy take switch was missing some wires (which is concerning), but I used my systems existing ones. Install was advanced, but my alarm provider was great in providing me install guidance. But once installed, has worked like a champ with my 2Gig GC3

  6. Liz

    Worked exactly as described. I used this to connect …Worked exactly as described. I used this to connect a hard wired security system in the house I bought to a 2GIG GC3 security system. I am now free of ADT.

  7. AJ

    2GIG really has a great product with thisThis is just what I needed to add my existing 8 hardwired zones to my 2GIG system. 2GIG really has a great product with this.

  8. Security Guy

    Did multiple service calls to different homes and determined the back-up battery on each was fine. I spoke with 2gig but they coWe are an alarm company that installed 20 or more of these on pre-wired homes until we learned that they have a low battery warning issue that can not be corrected. Even with a brand new 12 volt panel battery and with the correct wiring, 2gig system shows low battery on all wired zones. Unfortunately the panel will make an obnoxious beeping that cannot be cleared without going in and out of programming, then it comes back days or hours later. What is strange is that most of the homes we installed them didn’t show the problem right away, it took a few months and then all zones would show low battery. That is why we didn’t catch the problem immediately. We still have one or two customers with a working module but most have malfunctioned, costing us and the customer time and money. Did multiple service calls to different homes and determined the back-up battery on each was fine. I spoke with 2gig but they could not clear the problem. In fact, some of their tech support said the wiring diagram included with the Take over module was in correct. We have switched them all out for RE208 from Resolution Products. I have a pile of these in a box that I am planning to ship back to 2gig. I love 2gig products but this one has been a night mare with service calls. I just don’t want someone else to deal with the same problems we have experienced.

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