5877gdpk Programming Guide



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LYNX Touch L5100 Garage Door Opener Operation with 5877GDPK
General Information
The 5877GDPK includes the 5877 Relay Receiver and a SSA1 Z-Wave
TM
Wireless Siren & Strobe Alarm. It
provides an audible and visible warning that the garage door opener is being remotely activated.
If the system has been equipped for garage door control, installation of both the 5877 and SSA1 is required for
remote unattended garage door control. The installation of a 5822T Tilt Sensor or Door/Window Transmitter
(i.e.; 5816), allows the system to provide the status of up to three Garage Doors (one transmitter per door). The
System can be armed when the garage door is open, and once the garage door has been closed, the zone will be
monitored as part of the security system. It can also be programmed for monitoring only without providing
burglary protection. The panel also features the option to automatically close the Garage Door(s) if it has been
left open for more than a specified (programmable) period time or at a specified time.
Notes: 1. The system must be equipped with the L5100-ZWave Home Automation module.
2. The 5877GDPK is not compatible with:
- Chamberlin/Lift Master MyQ technology (Including but not limited to; Models 8550, 8360 and 8500).
- One piece or swinging garage doors.
3. Garage door control must have working entrapment protection (automatic reversing mechanisms and electronic photo eye
sensors that detect obstructions).
4. Both the 5877 Relay Receiver and the SSA1 Siren Strobe must be installed.
Enrolling the 5877 Relay Receiver and including the SSA1 Siren/Strobe module
ACTION NOTES
Note: Ensure that the 5877 Relay Receiver is in close proximity to the LYNX
Touch while it is being enrolled. After the device has been enrolled it
can be mounted in its permanent position but should be tested to make
sure that it receives the Open/Close signals from the LYNX Touch.
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the second page of the Automation Screen, select the Garage door
setup icon.
3. Select the Garage door to be enrolled, from the displayed list.
4. Select “Assign device”. The control advances to the Garage Door
operation screen.
5. Enter the 7-digit serial number associated with the 5877 Relay Receiver
then select “Done”.
6. At the 5877 Relay Receiver, depress the Program button.
7. To confirm enrollment, at the LYNX Touch select the “Learn” button and
listen for a click at the relay.
8. At the Garage Door operation screen, select “Include Siren” to include the
SSA1 siren/strobe module.
9. The panel displays “Entering Inclusion Mode. Please wait…” followed by
“Ready to Include device. Press the function button on device”. Within one
minute press the siren’s Function button.
10. If the module has been successfully enrolled, the panel displays “Device
Found! Please Wait” and then the device information is displayed.
Note: Repeat steps 2 through 10 to enroll up to two additional Garage Doors.
11. Select the “” button to return to the Automation screen.
• If System Status is desired, a House ID must
be enrolled in the LYNX Touch. Refer to the
System Type Programming Section of the
LYNX Touch Installation and Setup Guide P/N
800-10614V1 (or higher) or to the LYNX Touch
Programming Guide P/N 800-13468 (or higher)
OR 800-11060V1 (or higher) (Canada).
• The 5877 Relay Receiver should be enrolled in
the LYNX Touch before it is permanently
mounted.
• The SSA1 Wireless Siren and Strobe module
should be “included” in the LYNX Touch before
it is permanently mounted.
• The SSA1 Wireless Siren and Strobe module
must be “included” for each garage door that is
controlled by the 5877 relay receiver
separately.
• A single SSA1 Wireless Siren and Strobe
module can be “included” for up to three garage
doors controlled by the LYNX Touch L5100 or
separate modules can be “included” for each
(up to 3) garage doors/5877 Relay Receivers.
• In order to display the garage door status, you
must also enroll a 5816 sensor or a 5822T Tilt
Sensor. Refer to the Zone Programming
Section of the LYNX Touch Installation and
Setup Guide P/N 800-10614V1 (or higher) or to
the LYNX Touch Programming Guide P/N 800-
13468 (or higher) OR 800-11060V1 (or higher)
(Canada).
• The 5816 or 5822T is enrolled on Zones 46, 47
or 48, which are reserved for the Garage Door
operation. The 5816 is enrolled as loop 2 and
5822T as Loop 3.
Excluding the SSA1 Siren/Strobe module
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the second page of the Automation Screen, select the Garage door
setup icon.
3. Select the desired Garage door, from the displayed list.
4. At the Garage Door operation screen, select Exclude Siren **” to exclude
the SSA1 siren/strobe module.
5. The panel displays “Entering Exclusion Mode. Please wait…” followed by
“Ready to Exclude device”. Press the function button on device”. Within
one minute press the siren’s Function button.
6. If the module has been successfully excluded, the panel displays the
device information.
Note: If the SSA1 is shared with additional garage doors it will be excluded
from each of those doors.
7. Select the “” button to return to the Automation screen.
• If a single SSA1 Siren/Strobe Module that has
been included on multiple garage doors is
excluded, it will be excluded from ALL garage
doors that it had previously been included with.

Garage Door Feature Operation
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the Garages icon.
3. Select the Garage door that you wish to control/program from the
displayed list. The control advances to the Garage Door operation screen.
4. Refer to the procedures below for additional operation/programming
information.
• The Garage Zone and Response Type must be
assigned in order to view garage door status.
LYNX Touch L5100 Garage Door Opener Operation

Ready To Arm
5100-100-106-V0
Garage Door 1
CLOSED
Press to open
Edit Back
Close in Close at

Garage Door Operation Screen
Button or Icon Function
Edit Used to modify description of Garage Door
Close in Provides access to keypad used to set a specific
period of time (up to 12 hours and 59 minutes)
before an open garage door closes
automatically. If programmed the time will also
be displayed.
Close at Provides access to keypad used to set a specific
time that an open garage door closes
automatically. If programmed the time will also
be displayed.
Back Used to return the control to the Garage Door
list.
Press to open
Indicates Garage Door is Closed. Used to Open
Garage Door.
Press to close
Indicates Garage Door is Open. Used to Close
Garage Door.
Activate Garage Door from LYNX Touch Control Panel
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the Garages icon.
3. Select the Garage door that you wish to control/program from the
displayed list. The control advances to the Garage Door operation screen.
4. At the Garage Door operation screen, select the Opened or Closed
Garage Door icon to Close or Open the door.
5. The SSA1 Siren sounds and the strobe flashes before garage door
operation begins. Siren operation ceases after approximately 5 seconds
but the strobe continues flashing until the garage door position changes or
after 1 minute if the door status does not change.
6. When the door position has changed the icon will switch from Opened to
Closed, as applicable, and CLOSED or OPENED is displayed.
• When the garage door is open, “Ready to Arm
– Fault” is displayed in a yellow band at the top
of the display.
• If a “Close in” or “Close at” time has been
programmed, the garage door will always
operate as programmed until the selection has
been cleared.
• The SSA1 Sire & Strobe will only operate when
the opener is activated remotely or
automatically (via the Close in or Close at
feature) from the LYNX Touch control, or using
TotalConnect.
Program the “Close in” feature at the LYNX Touch Control Panel
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the Garages icon.
3. Select the Garage door that you wish to program from the displayed list.
The control advances to the Garage Door operation screen.
4. Select the “Close in” tab at the bottom of the screen.
5. On the displayed keypad, enter a desired 4-digit period of time (hh:mm)
that the door will remain open before automatically closing (up to 12
hours, 59 minutes).
6. Select “Done”.
7. The panel returns to the Garage Door operation screen and the “Close in”
time is displayed in the tab.
• The maximum period of time that can be
programmed for the “Close in” feature is 12
hours and 59 minutes.
• If a “Close in” time has been programmed, the
garage door will always operate as
programmed until the selection has been
cleared.
Program the “Close at” feature at the LYNX Touch Control Panel
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the Garages icon.
3. Select the Garage door that you wish to program from the displayed list.
The control advances to the Garage Door operation screen.
4. Select the “Close at” tab at the bottom of the screen.
5. On the displayed keypad, enter a desired 4-digit time (hh:mm) that the
door automatically close if it has been left open.
6. Select the AM/PM button to toggle between the options.
7. Select “Done”.
8. The panel returns to the Garage Door operation screen and the “Close at”
time is displayed in the tab.
• If a “Close at” time has been programmed, the
garage door will always operate as
programmed until the selection has been
cleared.
Clearing the “Close at” or “Close in” programs at the LYNX Touch Control Panel
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the Garages icon.
3. Select the Garage door that you wish to program from the displayed list.
The control advances to the Garage Door operation screen.
4. Select the “Close in” or “Close at” tab at the bottom of the screen.
5. Select the “Clear” button then select “Done”.
6. The panel returns to the Garage Door operation screen and the “Close in”
or “Close at” time is removed from the tab.
• If a “Close in” or “Close at” time has been
programmed, the garage door will always
operate as programmed until the selection has
been cleared.



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