AGM GSM Cellular Remote Alarm Module RM200GSXMUSB (Discontinued)
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Please read the following important information if you currently own this product!
The AGM GSM Alarm Module has a 2G modem. As of 12/31/2016, AT&T has shut down its 2G network and, as a result, equipment using AT&T will no longer communicate. There is no direct replacement since the manufacturer has opted not to make changes at this time.
To continue to use this equipment you should use a 2G sim card from a provider that still offers 2G service, such as T-Mobile. T-Mobile has indicated that they intend to keep their 2G network through 2020. Check with your local T-Mobile provider for coverage details.
Additionally, on this page we offer some equipment options that you can use in place of the AGM GSM Alarm Module. These products address some of the common uses of the AGM GSM Alarm Module. Feel free to contact us for recommendations specific to your current usage of the AGM GSM Alarm Module.
If you are currently using the AGM GSM Alarm Module for temperature, humidity, power, or water alarms we suggest you look at The MarCELL Cellular Connected Monitoring System or for all the above minus humidity, check out the PumpAlarm Cellular Alarm - GEN 2. For similar options also check out our High/Low Temperature Alarms category.
For a dialer with a 4G cellular modem built in and several input/output options, we have the following Sensaphone dialer that may better fit your needs. This option is best if you need dry contacts for sensors/equipment you are currently using on the AGM GSM Alarm Module, or if you wish to add or change to analog sensors such as temperature, humidity etc.