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Document ID: 800-15422 Dated 9/13 Rev. D
5800C2W

/

5800C2WCN Convert to Wireless Module –
Installation Instructions


GENERAL INFORMATION

The Honeywell 5800C2W Convert to Wireless Module
(referred to as
the
5800C2W
, module, or 5800C2WCN in Canada)
provides the option
to retrofit
existing security systems by
; con
verting
their
wired
sensors to
Honeywell’s 5800 series
wireless
technology
, and replacing the existing
control panel with a LYNX Touch or LYNX Plus series control.

The 5800C2W also works with residential
VISTA control panel
s
equipped with a wireless RF receiver and keypad.

IMPORTANT
: This product is NOT for use with fire

/

heat sensors.

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions

Length
7.0 in.
(178mm
)
Width 4.5 in.
(114mm
)
Depth
1.5 in.
(38mm
)
Mounting Hardware

Double stick tape and screws included.

Operating
Temperature

+14
to +140°F
(– 10 to +60°C
)
Humidity

95% RH Max
.
Transmission Range

Up to 300ft. (
91 meters)

Operating Voltage

Supplied
by
plug-
in transformer

15.5VDC
(± 5%)
@ 1A

P/N: 300-
07052, or 300-
07102 Canada



Battery Backup

Use 12V, 4
Ah
battery such as Honeywell
467, Yuasa NP4-
12, Casil CA1240 or
equiv
alent.
Provides 4 hours of backup.

Battery is to be located in the existing
control panel.

DO NOT use batteries of larger capacity.

Tamper Detection

Activate
d when the cover is removed.

5800C2W Supervision


low battery


backup battery power


each enrolled zone transmits a supervi
-
sory message every 72 minutes

LED Status Indicators


input power


backup power


wireless trans
-
mission


(The input power indicator is v
iewable
through the enclosure cover.)

Input Zones

(9 hardwired)

All zones that are used must have an
EOL resistor.
(Refer to the back page for
detailed information.)

Auxiliary
Output

(12VAUX)

Provides 11
.2VDC
±15%
@ 100mA to
supply PIR motion, or glas
sbreak
sensors.




1

Mount
and wire
the module

Guidelines
:

Since the existing control panel is being replaced, its security func
-
tions will be performed by the new LYNX or VISTA control panel.


The existing control panel
cabinet
can remain for the purpose of
housing the backup battery.
Further, t
he existing control panel can
be powered down and the transformer unplugged; as it is no longer
functional
.

The 5800C2W module will charge the battery
, as long as
the voltage
reads
9.5VDC
. If the voltage drops below 9.5VDC
, the
5800C2
W is
incapable of
charging
the battery
and must be replaced.


Up to nine [9] hardwired zones can be handled by each 5800C2W
module.
NOTE
: As noted above, the 5800C2W
is not for use wi
th
Fire, Heat, or Carbon Monoxide Detectors.


DO NOT mount inside the control panel
or o
ther metal enclosure.


The
integral battery cable fuse
MUST be positioned inside the
control panel
enclosure. The fuse is not replaceable.


Before mounting permanently, conduct
the
Go/No Go test
(see
control’s instructions) to verify adequate signal strength, relocate if
necessary.



If necessary, a
ffix the SOC label to the inside cover.

Mounting and Wiring
:
Note: This product must be installed in accordance with

ANSI/NFPA 70, National
Electrical
Code.

1. At the existing control panel, tag and remove the zone
wires to be
transferred to the 5800C2W.
2. Refer to the wiring diagram on the back.

3. Select a mounting position for the module. In most installations
, the
best mounting location is
close to the existing control panel
.
Note: I
f needed, the 5800C2W
can be located remotely by extend-
ing the existing zone
wires.

If needed, y
ou may cut and splice (observing good workmanship)
the
battery
wires and extend
their length
up to 3 ft. (
0.9 meters
)
using 22 AWG wire, minimum
. Ensure the integral battery cable
fuse is positioned inside the control panel
enclosure.

4. Mount “Tamper Magnet” to enclosure cover.

5. Attach using the supplied double stick tape (and screws if desired).

6. Ensure the wiring is complete. Use cable ties as neces
sary to secure
wiring.
Plug the power transformer into an un-
switched outlet
and
secure with screw
. T
hen attach the backup battery wires.


2

Calibrate the module zones

Calibration
: The calibration process enables the 5800C2W to learn
what zones wil
l be active and what value EOL resistors are used.

Unused z
ones that are open WILL NOT be recognized and reported.

1. Ensure all zones are connected and
in the non-
activated state
.
2. On the 5800C2W, click the top left button
(SW
2). Indicator LED #1
will flash Red for 1/2 second
; then
turn steady Green.

3. DONE. The 5800C2W is calibrated and ready to enroll in the
control panel.


Note
s
:

If the 5800C2W loses both AC and battery backup power
, the
zone
cal
ibration data is retained.


If the zone does NOT already have a resistor installed, one must be
added. T
he unit come
s with nine (9) 2.2K resistors for zones with no
resistors
for this purpose. I
f a resistor does exis
t, it mu
st have a
value between 1K and 10K.


3

Enroll the module in the control panel

Enrollment
:
As a wireless device, each 5800C2W has a unique 7
-digit
serial number to enable the control panel to recognize it. Further, since
the 5800C2W has nine zones each zone is automatically assigned the
next sequential serial number.
All zones are Loop 1.

Remember, unused zones are not reported or transmitted to the control
panel. For example, below all zones except #6 are used:

Item

Serial #

Item

Serial #

zone 1

xxx
-
xxx1

zone 6 (
if
not used)

none

zo
ne 2

xxx
-
xxx2

zone 7

xxx
-
xxx7

zone 3

xxx
-
xxx3

zone 8

xxx
-
xxx8

zone 4

xxx
-
xxx4

zone 9

xxx
-
xxx9

zone 5

xxx
-
xxx5



Tamper/Low Battery Reporting

The 5800C2W reports this condi
tion
to the control panel via of the lowest numbered zone used on the
5800C2W
.
To program a 2nd zone on the control
panel that only reports tamper,
low battery and supervision reports
:

Add a zone on the control panel to be the 5800C2W module zone
(refer to the programming guide)
.

Program that zone with the lowest serial number used
by the
5800C2W and loop 4.


Program the zone descriptor and response type (for example;
descriptor
= 5800C2W module, response type = trouble).

Enrolling the 5800C2W into the control panel is similar to any 5800 series
wireless device. There are two methods that can be used.

Method 1
:
1. Refer to the control panel’s guide and set it to “Zone Programming”
mode.

2. Enroll the first zone as an "RF" type (supervised RF) device in the
control panel.

3. Trip the zone (LED #4
flashes Green to indicate the information ha
s
been sent) and wait for the keypad to beep (about 2 seconds),
then
trip zone again
. Confirm the correct serial number has been
enrolled.
Repeat for each zone used.

Method 2
:
1. Locate the unique 7-
digit serial number for the 5800C2W module.
This is loca
ted on the carton and on the module’s circuit board.

2. For each zone used, increment (in order) the 7-
digit serial number to
determine the serial number for each zone. Refer to the example
table to the left.

Note: The next step can also be done using Honeyw
ell’s Compass
software.

3. Refer to the control panel’s
programming
guide and manually program
the 5800C2W module, followed by each of its zones.




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NOTES:




All zones that are used MUST have an EOL
resistor.


EOL resistor values must be from 1k to 10k
ohms. (Nine 2.2k ohm resistors are included
for
those panels not using any resistors
.)

If the existing installation zones have EOL
resistors (from 1k to 10k ohms) they may
remain.



For a NC loop without an EOL resistor, you must add one in series with the loop.

Preferably it should be located at the end of the loop furthest
away from the control
panel for proper supervision.



For a NO loop without an EOL resistor, you must add one in parallel (across) the
loop. Preferably it should be located at the end of the loop furthest away from the
control panel for proper supervision.


IMPORTANT: The first battery test occurs 1 hour after power up. To quickly verify a good backup battery, unplug and then plug back in the power
supply
; the
system will perform
a battery test within 1 minute.


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or U
ser's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or
modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.


CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT

This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use.
The FCC requires the following statement for your information:


This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordanc
e with the manufacturer's instructions,
may cause interference to radio and television reception.
It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance
with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interferenc
e in a residential installat
ion.
However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encour
aged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:



If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor antenna installed.


Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.


Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control.


Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control.


Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch cir
cuits.


Consult t
he dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.


INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEMENT

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES
-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB
-003 du Canada.


FCC / IC STATEMEN
T
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and RSS210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, inclu
ding interference that may cause undesired operation.


Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC & de RSS 210 des Industries Canada.
Son fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions suivantes: (1)
Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interfér
ences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue y compris les interférences causant une réception
indésirable.





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Copyright

2013 Honeywell International Inc.

www.honeywell.com/security


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15422 9/13
Rev.
D


Maximum Distance Between Power
Supply and 5800C2W


LED

Function

Note: LEDs are shown as they appear on the c
ircuit board.

Wire
Gauge

Wire Length


#1

Red (blinking)


Module needs calibrating.

Green


Module is calibrated.

#18
350’
(106.7m
)

#2

Green
– DC power (15.5VDC, ± 5%) from the plug-
in transformer is present.

Red
– DC power is NOT present.

(Viewable through the enclosure cover.)

#20

200


(
60.9m
)

#22

125


(
38.1m
)




#3

Yellow
– Low battery or No battery.

When the battery voltage drops to 11.2VDC, a low battery message is sent to the control
panel and LED 3 turns yellow
.
When the battery voltage drops to
9.5VDC, the battery is disconnected. The battery will not
connect again until AC is restored.




#4

Green (blinking)


RF signal transmission.

To backup battery
,

Battery must read a
minimum 9.5VDC

before the charging
circuit will initiate.

OBSERVE

POLARITY.

Not Used
.

Zone Calibration button.

Provides
11
.
2
VDC
±15%
@ 100mA
to supply PIR motion, or glassbreak
sensors.
(Minimum voltage i
s 10.5VDC.)

Zone 1 of 9
shown wired.


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