How to Program a Door/Window Sensor to the GC2 Panel

This brief instructional video demonstrates how to successfully program a door/window sensor to the 2GIG GC2 panel.

Video Instructions:

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  • To program a door/window contact into a security zone, you will first need to access the installer toolbox. Press the 2GIG logo on your panel screen, then enter the default installer code 1561.
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    2. Press System Configuration, select a sensor zone number not currently in use (01 to 48, 63-74), then press the down arrow.

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    3. Press the left or right arrows to select Sensor Type, then press the down arrow.

    • Note: When you arm your panel, (01) sets an entry/exit delay of 30 seconds, and (02) sets an entry/exit delay of 45 seconds. (01) and (02) should be used for doors. (03) Perimeter should be used if the sensor is set to a window.


    4. If 04, 06, 07, 08, 10, or 23 were selected above, enter Equipment Type, then press the down arrow.

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    5. Press the right arrow to select the equipment code (0862) 2GIG thin door/window contact. Press the down arrow to continue.

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    6. Enter the sensor serial number. To auto-learn the sensor, press Shift then Learn, then activate the sensor.

    • Note: If you choose to add wirelessly without entering the serial number, ensure the battery pull tab is removed and that the sensor is in a closed state. Press shift on the panel, then press learn. Open the sensor by opening your door or window, then return it to a closed state. Your panel will display your sensor's information if it was recognized. You can press ok to continue.

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    7. If the sensor learns successfully press Ok, then press the down arrow.

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    8. Enter 0 at Equipment Age, then press the down arrow.


    9. Enter Loop Number 1 or 2, then press the down arrow.

    2GIG_Q1_RF_Sensor_Programming_07_Loop_Number.png Sensor_Loop_Numbers.png

    10. Enter 1 to enable the 30-second dialer delay, then press the down arrow.


    11. Press Insert, then use the left or right arrows to scroll through descriptions to name your sensor.

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    12. To add an additional word to your sensor description, press Insert, then use the left or right arrows to scroll through descriptions.


    13. Enter 1 to enable sensor reporting, then press the down arrow.


    14. Enter 1 to enable sensor supervision, then press the down arrow.


    15. Enter 0 to 13 to select a sensor chime, then press the down arrow.


    16. Press Edit Current to make any changes to your entry. Press Edit Next for the next sensor; otherwise, to save your entries, press Skip, then press End, and finally press Exit.


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