PiSector 4G Cellular GSM Wireless Security Alarm System Quad-band Support 2G/3G/4G network


PiSECTOR GS08-M series system is 3G/4G cellular device to offer you better signal reception, landline priority dial out to save your money, support most major GSM signal provider on the world, If you wish to be alerted via landline only, then no need for a SIM card at all.
# 50 wireless zones which can named each sensor with up to 28 characters to help identify them easily for later editing with auto-search feature or alarming .
# Up to 2 wired sensors you can be used for your existing

$ 299.99

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  1. José Daniel Rosario P. says
    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Really good system, August 5, 2014
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    I bought this system and I’m very pleased. It does everything is advertised with some minor flaws that I have to comment:

    – Between disarming and rearming you have to wait like a minute or two. In that time it looks like it’s frozen up.
    – The landline cut warning works only if you use a specific line only for the alarm and you don’t call the alarm by that number. It triggers even when the alarms takes the phone!!!
    – One remote came with a discharged battery.
    – They offer you a sensor if you rate 5 star. I think that’s UNETHICAL, and that’s the main reason I don’t give 5 star. Nobody can buy my opinion.

    Everything else is perfect is easy to install and program and it does its work.

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  2. 15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Dissapointed, July 31, 2014
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    Mark

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    After reading the many glowing reviews I ordered this system on June 9th The most motivating terms that influenced my decision to buy were easy to install and operate.

    Today is July 31st and I’ve yet to get it to work. I’m neither a genius or an idiot and have enlisted the help of an engineer and still no luck. The sensors are regularly found on the floor because the 2 sided tape used doesn’t seem to be strong enough. I found it concerning that PiSector includes a sheet in the box that urges you to leave a 5 star amazon review in order to get a free sensor yet they include no instructions of any kind. I did find them on their website and watched their videos on YouTube several times but found them to be almost useless. There is no video for this system and the ones that have videos do not cross over to this system because the panel is completely different. I’m returning it.

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  3. Richard Dunn says
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good value, September 17, 2014
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    Richard Dunn
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    Nothing is 100% reliable, there are issues with using wireless sensors BUT… this will help deter the meth-head looking for a quick buck. I bought this based on the features offered which seemed to be more than other similarly $ units. I like the customisation of sensor names. I also like the fact this is supposedly upgradable to a monitoring service with ADEMCO compatibility. I like the display readout is more detailed than other units.

    So far I’ve had not too much problems with false alarms and I think the ones I have had are more to do with PIR sensor limitations inherent to the tech and not PiSector itself. My system came pre-programmed but I did customise the sensor names. One PIR was defective out of the box, continuously self-triggers. PiSector was quick to send me a new one upon my description of the problem. I can’t say for phone, but email support has been prompt. The other sensors worked well & I had no battery issues. Some have criticized the battery choices but the internet provided me with plenty of inexpensive spares, I don’t see that as an issue. Yes yes people have said the foam tape that comes with it is crap, and it is. Buy better tape. I went to Lowe’s and bought a $20 roll of 3M indoor/outdoor extreme mounting tape. Problem solved. Also on a website I read a handy tip: use silicone caulk to form a seal after mounting the sensor, supposed to keep mounting tape from drying out over time. However yes, the tape that comes with it is crap.

    Have not tried the land line jack, bought it with the intent to go with a SIM card from the outset but I like the choice being there. Bought an AlarmSIM card on the T-Mobile network and it has performed adequately with any critisisms in that regard having to do with AlarmSIM and not PiSector. The alarm will as advertised text and call assigned numbers and I like that you can set the text name for the sensor being triggered ie-Living Room WIndow, Back Door, etc., as well as record the name for playback when the alarm system calls. It will call first, then after the call is complete will send the SMS messages out.

    No PIR is completely pet-immune but keeping in mind how cats behave so far the pet-immunity has been quite adequate. Just read up on where to properly place PIR motion detectors.

    Critisisms: Few. So far I have had problems getting it to notify on power outage, I thought that was a feature. I may be doing something wrong there. There are some features I would change a little but I would have found similar complaints about any alarm system in this price range so that’s not an issue, again compared to similar I found this one fairly feature-rich. I would like to see battery-powered indoor sirens but the outdoor can be easily hacked to use battery. Don’t see much point in the alarm having battery backup but not the thing you rely on to wake you out of bed at 2am. This model is a bit leaner on available sensors than previous units- I’ve been told more are in the works, esp glass breakage. Cost of sensors is an issue the GS-08/-07/-03 are rather more expensive to add onto than the other models, it seems, which makes expanding a problem but that’s my fault for not catching that in my research. Besides I would likely have gone with this one anyway for the ADEMCO capability. My biggest critisism has already been mentioned by another and that is the paper enclosed offering a free sensor for a five-star review. I was, of course, immediately drawn to this brand by the rating but when I read that, coupled with people detailing problems yet giving it five stars anyway, was nearly a deal-breaker for me. Personally I think that policy is self-defeating.

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