Connectivity with Icontrol One Remote Service
The GC2 firmware v1.16 now supports Icontrol One service. Icontrol is a remote service provider of interactive security and Home Automation.
With this new option, 2GIG alarms offer their customers another great option for signal forwarding and Home Automation. The 2GIG
Control Panel requires firmware v1.16 and the 2GIG Cellular Radio for Icontrol (2GIG‐GC3GAX‐IC).
Please visit the Icontrol website for a complete list of supported Central Stations.
Connectivity with SecureNet Remote Service
The GC2 firmware v1.16 now supports SecureNet. SecureNet is a provider of interactive security and Home Automation. With this new option,
2GIG alarms offer their customers another great option for signal forwarding and Home Automation. SecureNet offers both cell only
and Dual‐Path cell + broadband to connect with the SecureNet remote service. The 2GIG Control Panel requires firmware v1.16 and either the
2GIG Cellular Radio for SecureNet (2GIG‐GCCDMVX‐NET) and if dual path is needed, just add the 2GIG Go!Bridge IP Communicator (2GIG‐BRDG1‐ 900).
Please visit the SecureNet website for a complete list of supported Central Stations. Two‐Way voice for SecureNet is not supported in this
release.
Uplink Remote Service
The GC2 firmware v1.16 does not support the Uplink service. Do not upgrade to V1.16 if your using Uplink service
Telguard Remote Service
The GC2 firmware v1.16 does not support the Telguard service. Do not upgrade to V1.16 if your using Teleguard Service
Updated Equipment Codes
Two new codes have been added to the firmware. These codes are selected by the installer when pairing peripheral devices with the panel.
These new codes are supported by ADC, SecureNet, and Icontrol.
The new equipment codes are as follows:
(1067) 2GIG Repeater
(1068) 2GIG Translator (Coming Soon!)

Updated Zone Types
A new zone type has been added to firmware version v1.16. The zone type is selected by the installer when pairing the panel with peripheral
devices that utilize localized troubles (such as RF jam or AC loss detected by the peripheral device). The new zone type is as follows:
(32) Remote device
The Alarm CIDs for the new zone type are as follows:
(334) LOS
(338) LOW BATT
(341) TAMPER
(342) AC LOSS*
(344) RF JAM
NOTE: Remote supervision and signal forwarding for this zone type is currently only available on alarm.com.
*AC loss will not be reported to the Central Station.
Other backends will support it in a future release.

Download V1.16 here