Honeywell 5800COMBO - Installation and Setup Guide



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FEATURES



Multi
-Criteria Sensing: uses four
sensing elements to react faster
while minimizing false alarms:

-
Photoelectric smoke sensor
detects airborne smoke particles

-
Carbon Monoxide (
CO) sensor
detects smoldering fires

-
Infrared (IR) sensor measures
ambient light and flame
signatures, such as flame flicker

-
Thermal detection monitors for
dangerous rise in temperature



Low Temperature sensing:
senses ambient temperature
and reports
if temperature goes
below 41°F (5°C).





CO Detector End-of
-Life
reporting (detector needs
replacing)



Smoke detector maintenance
reporting (detector needs
cleaning)



Low Battery Detection




Table 1: Operation Modes

MODE

Status LED
(Top)

LED Windows

(Side)


Sounder

Speaker


Power Up

Blink Green,
every 2 secs

Dark

Silent

Voice welcome,
instructions
after first
time power up or

after default

Normal
(Standby)

Single Blink
Green every

10 secs

Dark

Silent
Silent

Smoke
Alarm

Blink Red

every 10 secs

Blink red
Temp-
3
Voice smoke
warning

Thermal
Alarm

Blink Red

every 10 secs

Blink red

Temp-
3
Voice smoke
warning

CO Alarm

Blink Red

every 10 secs

Blink blue
Temp-
4
Voice CO

warning

Powered
Down

Dark

Dark

Silent

Silent



POWER UP and LANGUAGE SELECTION


Remove battery pull tabs
. Be sure batteries are seated
properly to avoid a low battery condition after 15 seconds
.


Upon
power up
,
Green LED Blinks every 2 secs / Sounder
is Silent.
After power up, the detector prompts for
language selection.


Select the desired language.

English:
Press the Smoke (•) test button


Spanish: Press the CO (••) test button



RESET
TING
THE LANGUAGE

1. Press and hold both the Smoke and CO test
switches simultaneously for 10 seconds, then
release. The green light flashes
rapi
dly.

2. Press and hold both buttons again for one
second and release. The sensor begins
speaking a Welcome message.
3. Select the desired language by pressing the
corresponding Smoke (English) or CO
(Spanish) test button
.

ENROLLMENT

IMPORTANT:

The Sm
oke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensors each have unique serial numbers and must be enrolled in separate zones.



Enroll the Smoke Sensor

1.
Remove the detector from the base plate (tamper switch must be faulted
when enrolling)
.
2.
Put the control panel in Zone Programming mode.

3.
Assign a zone number for the smoke detector zone.


Loop = 1; Zone Type = 09 (Fire) or 16 (Fire with Verification)
Input Type = 03 (Supervised RF)


When prompted for the serial number, press and release the Smoke Test
button for 1 second. The sensor sends two transmissions for enrollment.
Alternatively, you can manually enter the smoke sensor serial number
found on the unit’s label.

4.
If Maintenance monitoring is desired:

VISTA-15P/20P/21iP,
LYNX Touch,
& Lyric: A
ssign a separate zone number
using the Smoke Detector serial number.



Loop = 2 (maintenance); Zone Type = choose a zone type based on
desired operation (ex.24 hr
Trouble, Monitor, or Auxiliary
)


Input Type = 03
(Supervised RF)


VISTA-
128/250 Series: Enable “Smart Contact” option in zone
programming menu for the
assigned smoke detector zone.

5.
If Low Temperature reporting is desired, program a separate zone for this
smoke detector serial number


Loop = 3; Zone Type = choose a zone type based on desired
operation (ex.2
4 hr Trouble, Monitor, or Auxiliary
);
Input Type = 03
(Supervised RF).


WARNING
:The fire protection zone must always be enrolled as Loop 1.
Otherwise, fire alarms will not be reported by the control.


Enroll the CO Sensor

1. Remove the detector from the
base plate.

2.
With the control panel in Zone Programming mode, assign a zone
number for the CO detector zone.


Loop = 1; Zone Type =
14 (CO alarm)
;
Input Type = 3 (Supervised RF)


When prompted for the serial number, press and release the CO Test
button for 1 second. The sensor sends two transmissions for
enrollment. Alternatively, you can manually enter the CO sensor serial
number, which is the smoke serial number plus 1 (ex. if smoke s/n is
0000781, the CO s/n is 0000782)
.
3.
If End-
of-
Life monitoring i
s desired:

VISTA-
15P/20P/21iP
, LYNX Touch, & Lyric: automatically sent


VISTA-
128/250 Series: program a separate zone for the CO
serial
no.

Loop = 2; Zone Type = choose a zone type based on desired
operation (
ex.24 hr
Trouble or Auxiliary
); Input Type = 0
3 (
Supervised RF
)



5800COMBO
- Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector w/Built
-in Wireless Transmitter

(features voice and 360 degree viewable LED ring)

INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
Thi
s device
is intended for use with Honeywell control panels that support 5800 series devices.
Before installing detectors, please
thoroughly read these installation instructions and read the
Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems
Insert (P/N 800-
15144 5/13)
and
System
Smoke Detectors Application Guide

(P/N SPAG9101 7/12).



MOUNTING

After enrolling
and before mounting permanently, conduct Go/No Go test (see controller’s
instructions) to verify adequate signal strength. Adjust the device location as necessary.

1. Using two supplied screws and anchors, mount the base.
2. Attach the smoke detector to the mounting base with a clockwise motion.
3. Test each detector as described in the Testing section.

4. Confirm all desired signals have been received by the Central Station.

NOTE:
NFPA 72 recommends the instal
lation of detectors only after completing
construction or any other dust producing activity.



TESTING

Test communications between the detector and the control panel.
The detector mode has two test buttons; one for smoke testing and
one for CO testing.


The detector may also be functionally tested using canned smoke
and canned CO. If the detector fails any of the test methods, the
detector should be replaced.

NOTE:
Testing the detector will activate the alarm and send a signal to
the panel.
Before testi
ng, notify the proper authorities to avoid any
false alarms.

Smoke Test
(Alarm Test)

Press
and hold
the Smoke Test button for 1 to 2 seconds. The
detector will sound and illuminate per Table 2 and send a smoke
alarm signal to the control panel
(all progr
ammed smoke detector
loops are signaled). Verify that the smoke alarm signal was
received at the control panel.
Smoke System Test (Functional Smoke Test)

Press and hold the Smoke Test button for 3 to 5 seconds
to enter
the functional smoke test mode.
See
Functional Smoke Test section.

NOTE
: Detector sounds an alarm when using canned smoke
only
when in
Functional
Test mode (canned smoke does not cause alarm
sounding when in normal mode).

Functional Smoke Test

With the detector in smoke system (functional) test mode, spray
canned smoke into the detector. The canned smoke that can be
used and is approved for test include: Home Safeguard Industries
25S, SD
i CHEK02 and CHEK06, SDi SOLOA4, and SDi
SMOKESABRE.

1.
The detector will sound and illuminate per Table 2 and a smoke
alarm signal will be sent to the panel.
2.
Verify the smoke alarm signal was received by the control panel.

CO Test (Alarm Test)

Press and hold the CO Test button for 1 to 2 seconds. The control
panel should display and sound a CO alarm
(all programmed CO
detector loops are sent)
.
CO System Test (Functional
CO
Test)

Press and hold the CO Test button for 3-5 seconds t
o enter the
functional gas t
est mode.
See Functional Gas Test section below.

Functional Gas Test

Solo C6 brand canned CO may be used to verify the detector’s
ability to sense CO by utilizing the RealTest® feature as follows:

1. Press and hold the CO test button for 3 to 5 seconds. The green
LED will start blinking once per second
indicating the detector is
in RealTest® mode. (If the detector will not go into RealTest®
mode, the CO sensor may be in fault or at end-of
-life.)

2. While the green LED is blinking once per second, spray a small
amount of canned CO directly into the CO gas entry port.
3. Upon successful gas entry and if functioning properly, the
detector will go into CO alarm and send an alarm to the control
panel.

4. The CO test will automatically clear when the CO clears
from the
sensor or in 30 seconds if no CO was introduced.







Table 2:

LED Indication & Sounder during Test and Trouble

MODE


Status LED
(Top)

Side LED
Windows


Sounder

Speaker

Smoke Test

Blink Red
once every
second

Dark
Temp
-3
Warning of alarm
sig
nal transmission.
Voice smoke

warning

Smoke System
(functional) Test

Blink Red
once every 10
secs

Blink once
every

10 secs



CO Test
Blink Red
once every
second

Dark
Temp
-3
Warning of alarm
signal transmission.
Voice smoke

warning

RealTest™

F
unctional CO gas entry
test –

Waiting for gas
entry

Blink Green
once per
second

Dark
Silent

Voice instructions for
testing; warning of
alarm signal

RealTest™

Functional CO gas entry
test -
Upon successful
gas entry

Blink Red
once every

10 secs

Blink
blue
every

10 secs

Modified
Temp
-4
Voice carbon
monoxide warning
Low Battery

Blink Amber
every

10 secs

Dark
Chirp every 45
secs after

7 days

Voice instructions
when chirp is

hushed by pressing
either test button

Smoke Maintenance

Blink Amber
every 5 secs

Dark
Silent

Voice smoke
maintenance
instructions if either
test button is pressed

CO Trouble

Double

Blink Amber
every 5 secs

Dark
Silent


CO End of Life –
First
29 days

Double

Blink Amber
every 3 secs

Dark
Silent

Voice end
-
of
-

life
instructions

whe
n either test
button


is pressed

CO End of Life –
after
30 days

Double

Blink Amber
every 3 secs

Dark
Chirp every
45 secs

Voice end
-
of
-
life
instructions
when

either test button

is pressed

Power Up

Blink Green, for
30 secs

Dark
Silent

Language set
instr
uctions only on
first time power
-
up

Normal (Standby)

Single Blink
Green every 10
secs

Dark
Silent

Silent

Freeze Warning (low
temp)

Blink Red
every

10 secs






HUSH FEATURE / ALARM SILENCE

If required, the audible alarm for smoke and CO conditions c
an be
silenced for 5 minutes by pushing the “Test/Hush” button. In addition, low
chirping can be silenced
for 12 hours when the Test/Hush button is
pressed.

During a Smoke alarm, if an alarm condition still exists after the 5 minute
hush period, the alarm
will sound. The hush feature will not operate at
levels above 4%/ft smoke concentration.

During a CO alarm, if carbon monoxide is still present after the 5 minute
hush period, the alarm will sound. The hush feature will not operate at
levels above 350 ppm (parts per million) carbon monoxide.

CO SENSOR END
-of-LIFE FEATURE

When the CO sensor has passed end-of
-
life, a trouble signal will be sent to
the control panel (if programmed). This indicates that the CO sensor inside
the detector must be replaced. If unresolved for 30 days, the detector will
chirp every 45 seconds. The typical life of the CO sensor is ten years from
the date of manufacture. It is recommended to periodically check the
“Replace by” date located on the label on the back of the detector hea
d.
TESTING SIGNAL STRENGTH

Perform this test in accordance with NFPA 72 inspection, testing and
maintenance requirements to determine a strong communication path with
the control panel.
1. Activate the wireless system’s GO/NO GO TEST mode.

2. Press the de
tector’s Smoke TEST button (•) for 1
-2 seconds. The
detector should immediately transmit an alarm signal to the control
panel. The built
-in horn will start to sound about 2.5 seconds after
pressing the button.
3. The wireless system’s keypad should emit at least three beeps when
the alarm transmission is received and display the transmitting
detector’s zone number.

4. When the console has received the test signal, the horn will stop and a
few seconds later the detector’s zone number will clear from the co
nsole
display.

5. If the console does not respond as noted, and if this is an initial
installation, try moving the detector to another location that provides
proper reception. Also be sure that the detector has been “enrolled” by
the control panel (see Enrollment section). Then, repeat the test.

6. Turn off the system’s TEST mode (typically security code + OFF).

REPLACING THE BATTERIES


CAUTION
:
The batteries used in this device may present a fire or
chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat
above 100°C (212°F) or dispose of in fire. Use only Panasonic CR123A
Lithium batteries. Use of other batteries may present a risk of fire or
explosion. Keep used batteries away from children. Dispose of used
batteries properly.


Remov
e old batteries. Wait 10 seconds and then replace with four new
batteries
. To avoid a low battery indication w
hen installing new batteries,
all 4 batteries must be installed within 15 seconds
of installing the first one
.
Any low battery condition that may
have occurred should clear when the
base
plate
is installed.



CLEANING

NOTE
:
Notify the proper authorities when the system
will be temporarily out of service.

IMPORTANT:
This detector must be tested and
maintained regularly following NFPA
-72 requirements.
The detector should be cleaned at least once a year.

1.

Remove the detector
from the base
plate
by turning
counterclockwise.

2.

Clean the outside casing with a cloth. Ensure that
the holes on the front of the alarm are not blocked
with dirt and dust. Canned air can be used to
remove any dust or debris.

3.

Reattach the detector to the b
ase
plate
by
rotating
clockwise.

4.

Test the detector to insure it is fully functional. (See
Testing section).

5.

Notify the proper authorities and Central Station
when the system is back in service.


MAINTENANCE

Do not paint, and do not use cleaning agents, bl
each
or polish the detector.

NOTE:
Before performing any maintenance on the detector,
notify the proper authorities and Central Station that
maintenance is being performed and the system will be
temporarily out of service. Disable the zone or system
undergoing maintenance to prevent any unwanted alarms.
Power must be removed from the detector before performing
maintenance of any kind.

The 5800COMBO detector reports maintenance issues
to the control panel and communicates them visually
and audibly per Table
2.
Trouble feature:
When the sensor (supervision) is in a
trouble condition (such as a detector that is dirty or CO
sensor non-functioning), the detector will send a trouble
signal to the control panel. Depending on the issue, the
detector must then be serviced or replaced.

NOTE:
Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector
guards unless the combination is evaluated and found
suitable for that purpose.


LED INDICATORS

The 5800COMBO has a multi
-color top LED:
Green = Supervisory indication; blinks dur
ing power on,
reset, and during normal operation

Amber = Signal maintenance and trouble events

Red =
Alarm condition (either Smoke or CO)

Side LED windows indicate alarms:

red = smoke



blue = CO

Table 3: Carbon Monoxide Detector: Events and Their ID Codes

Event

Alpha Keypad

CS Report

CO alarms

CO Alarm

CO alarm (CID 162)

CO test

CO Alarm

CO alarm (CID 162)

Low battery

Lo Bat

RF low
-
battery (CID 384)

detector



CO Trouble
RF sensor supervision
(CID 381)

detector end-
of-
life/trouble

CO Trouble
sensor trouble -
end-
of life
(CID 380)

tamper

disarmed = CO Trouble

armed = CO Alarm

RF sensor tamper

(CID 383)




LIM
ITED
LIFE
OF
CO
SENSOR

This detector is manufactured with a long-life electrochemical carbon
monoxide sensor. Over time the sensor will lose sensitivity and will
need to be replaced. The life span of the CO sensor is approximately
ten years from the date of manufacture.

Periodically check the detector’s replacement date. Remove the
detector head and refer to the ‘replace by’ sticker placed on the
underneath side of the detector. The sticker will indicate the date the
detector should be replaced.

Reminder:
This detector is also equipped with a feature that will
signal the panel once the CO sensor has passed the end of its’ useful
life. If this occurs,
it is time to replace the detector.

What to do if the detector goes into CO alarm:

If the detector goes into CO alarm (4 beeps), immediately move to a
spot where fresh air is available, preferably outdoors, where the air is
safe and call your security service provider. Tell your provider the
detector alarm status, and that you require professional assistance in
ridding your home of the carbon monoxide.
This detector is NOT:



A substitute for the proper servicing of fuel
-burning appliances or
the sweeping of chimneys.



To be used on an intermittent basis or as a portable alarm for the
spillage of combustion produc
ts from fuel
-burning appliances or
chimneys.

Carbon monoxide gas is a highly poisonous gas which is released
when fuels are burnt. It is invisible, has no smell and is therefore is
impossible to detect with the human senses. Under normal conditions
in a room where fuel burning appliances are well maintained and
correctly ventilated, the amount of carbon monoxide released into the
room by appliances should not be dangerous.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS

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

FCC STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Ru
les,. 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, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.





SUPPORT & WARRANTY

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r the latest documentation and online support information, please go to:

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For the latest warranty information, please go to:

www.honeywell.com/security/hsc/resources/wa
.

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www.honeywell.com/patents


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REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL
WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED FOR
DETAILS REGARDING THE LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM.


Agile ref. #800
-22142 1/17
Rev E


I
56
-6250-
00
5 1/1
7
2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747
© 2016 Honeywell International Inc.

www.honeywell.com/security




S
YMPTOMS OF CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING

Carbon monoxide bonds to the hemoglobin in the blood and
reduces the amount of oxygen being circulated in the body.
The following symptoms are examples taken from NFPA 720;
they represent approximate values for healthy adults.


Concentration
(ppm CO)

Symptoms

200

Mild He
adache after 2
-3 hours of exposure

400

Headache and nausea after 1
-2 hours of exposure

800

Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 45 minutes of expo-
sure; collapse and unconsciousness after 2 hours of exposure

Many cases of reported carbon monoxide pois
oning indicate that
while victims are aware that they do not feel well, they become
so disoriented that they are unable to save themselves by either
exiting the building or calling for assistance. Also young children,
elderly and pets may be the first to be affected.

CO A
LARM ACTIVATION

Per UL standard 2075, the 5800COMBO

detector has been
tested to the sensitivity limits defined in UL standard 2034.

CO Alarm Thresholds

Parts per Million

Detector Response Time (Min.)

30+
-
3ppm

No alarm within 30 days

70+
-
5ppm

60
-
240

150+
-
5ppm

10
-
50

400+
-
10ppm

4
-
15


SPECIFICATIONS

Electrical Specifications

Voltage: 3 volts DC

Battery Type: CR123A
lithium

Battery Manufacturer: Panasonic CR123A
only

Number of Batteries:
4
Sensitivity
: UL
limits .9 to 3
.50
%/
ft / ULC limits .9 to 3
.08
%/ft

Thermal
alarm
: 135°
F (57°
C)
Freeze trouble:
41°
F typical (5
° C)
Audible Signal:
85dBA

Physical Specifications

Diameter:
1
6.002
cm x 4.19 cm Thick / 6
.3 in. Diameter x
1.65 in. Thick

Weight:
: 14.
3 oz; 406
g
Oper
ating Temperature Range: 32°
– 1 00° F / 0° –
38° C

Storage Temperature Range: -10
- 70° C (14 -
158° F)


Operating Humidity Range: 20
-
95% RH


Approval Listings:

FCC

Listed to UL 268 & UL 2075.

Listed to CSA 6.19.

Other Standards: RoHS


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