Honeywell 5800WAVE Install Guide


Yes, as long as the two circular outlet holes are at the same height difference as a standard outlet, it should work. If they aren't the plastic "outlet indexer" that protrudes from the back of the 5800WAVE and is designed to fit into the top outlet's circular hole would have to be broken off and I'm not sure it would stay as secure to the outlet. If the height difference is the same, I don't imagine you'll have any issues if you don't screw the siren to the wall plate as it's unlikely to just fall out. Also, you have the option to setup a supervised tamper zone using the included magnet if you were worried about it getting unplugged by an intruder.
With a decora outlet (link below), which is common in newer homes, there is no longer center screw. The plate screws are on the top and bottom of the outlet instead. So, I think the siren would work plugging it in, it just won't be able to be secured to the outlet (so someone who breaks in just unplugs from the wall). Perhap I'm missing something? https://www.lowes.com/pd/Eaton-10-Pack-15-Amp-125-Volt-White-Indoor-Decorator-Wall-Outlet/1097921
Do you have a link to the particular outlet in question? The 5800WAVE is designed for a two-outlet wall plate and the idea is you plug it into the bottom plug and then the plastic "outlet indexer" plugs into the top outlets grounding opening to give it some support and the mounting screw holds it securely to the wall plate.
Looks like the 5800wave isn't compatible with a decora (rectangular) outlet in that there is no way to secure with the center screw? Is there a way around this without replacing the outlet?
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If you have a LYNX Touch, there wouldn't be a separate alarm cabinet as the L5100 is an all-in-one wireless system. The video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lk5qL-r_qA shows you how to set the House ID (which is equivalent to the *24 field on a traditional alarm system. This video should help as well - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=823kY2ysAck.
the wall unit is a lynx touch 5100, i'm not sure of the board tho. i can get that at a later date i think
What alarm system do you have? We would need the model number of your green circuit board inside the beige metal cabinet.
can you give a quick button by button breakdown of where to find this "*24" field? ty
The House ID is not the same as a zone. You simply have to program a two digit entry (01-31) in field *24 of programming and then match the DIP switches on the siren to that specific House ID code that you programmed in *24 for the 5800WAVE to work.
I have a honeywell lynx plus and I would like to add this siren to my system. Is house ID the same as zone? I originally set the dip switches to zone 14 then tried to program with *56 following the included instructions but I was getting low battery errors and was having difficulty reading the RF when it was 5 feet away from the panel. I have a local system so I do not need the tamper, low ac or low battery errors. I read a comment on a different page that "you have to program a house ID code in *24 and then set the dip switches to the house ID" Can you elaborate on *24? is this an advanced programming field? Honestly a step by step instructions for programing this wireless siren for lynx plus users would be very valuable. thanks in advance.
LMR115 The 5800WAVE can be programmed into the L7000 for supervision purposes, but it is not required for operation. If you desire supervision, the 5800WAVE is monitored for RF Check in, Low Battery, AC Loss and Tamper. Both AC Loss and Low Battery report as a low battery to keep the system from going into alarm in the event the AC loss occurs while the system is armed. To program the 5800WAVE's supervision zone, it is recommended to program the zone type as Day/Night with input type 3 - RF Supervised. To program into the L7000: 1. Go to Security -> More -> Tools -> Installer Code -> Program -> Zones -> Add New. 2. Choose Device Type Other -> and Response Type -> Day/Night, be sure the alarm report is set to Yes, if you wish alarms on this zone to be transmitted to a Central Station, also be sure supervision is set to Supervised. 3. Press the section for the Serial Number and either manually type in the Serial Number, or put the available Tamper Magnet next to the 5800WAVE where the 2 marks indicate it should be mounted. Take the magnet away and put it back until it learns the Serial Number into the L7000 (should be 3 times). Be sure the loop number is set to 1 4. Enter Zone Description 1 and 2 if desired. 5. Save and exit. 6. Test
How do you program this into the Honeywell L7000 as a zone? I don't see the option for a siren listed as a device type. I've set up the house code and placed the dip switches in the correct position, but do I have to connect the siren to the panel in any other way?

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GENERAL INFORMATION
The 5800WAVE (Figure 1) is a wireless siren module that
contains an RF receiver and transmitter. The 5800WAVE
provides the following features:
• Compatible with the LYNXR Rev 10 or higher (with RF
enrollment) and LYNXR-EN self-contained controls or
with any other control that supports a 5883 Transceiver
Module.
• Transmits module status, including mounting tamper,
low battery, and AC loss to the control.
• Transmits supervisory check-in message.
• Provides temporal 3 pulse sounding during fire alarms
(which indicates evacuation of the premises).
• AC powered and mounts on any standard duplex
receptacle that is dedicated for use by this device.
• Contains a rechargeable battery that provides up to 12
hours of standby operation in the event of AC loss.

LED Activates Upon
Yellow Normally off. Blinks to indicate that an RF
message is being sent by the 5800WAVE. On
steady during RF Link test.
Green Normally on (lighted) when AC power is
present.
Red On when the system is armed. Off when the
system is disarmed. During RF Link test, on
indicates poor RF transmission.
INSTALLATION

The 5800WAVE must be powered overnight for the
battery to reach fuII capacity.
Connecting the Battery and Setting the House ID

When separating the case front from the back use
care not to damage the wire Ieads connected to the
sounder and circuit board. Refer to Figure 2.
1. Remove the four screws located in the back of the unit.
2. Separate the case front from the back.
3. Check that the standby battery is held securely in place
by the two battery clips as shown in Figure 2.
4. Plug the standby battery connector into the PCB
connector as shown in Figure 2.
5. Set DIP switches 4-8 to the appropriate House ID (1-31)
See Figure 3. The House ID set by the DIP switches
should match that entered in the control.
6. Close the 5800WAVE’s case and reinstall the four screws
removed in step 1.
Verifying the RF Link

Dip switch 6 on the 5883 must be set to ON to enabIe
its RF transmitter.
The security system controI must have the House ID
set and must not be in the Test Mode or
Programming Mode when checking the RF Link.
1. Plug the 5800WAVE into the AC receptacle at the
desired location. The green LED will light indicating AC
is present and the 5800WAVE is powered. The yellow
LED will light for approximately 15 seconds.
• If the red LED turns on, the RF link is bad. Relocate
the 5800WAVE to another AC receptacle (closer to
the control) and repeat step 1 to verify the RF Link.
• If the red LED remains off, the RF link is good and
you may complete the installation at this location.
2. Unplug the 5800WAVE and proceed to “Enabling
Module Supervision”.
EnabIing ModuIe Supervision
The 5800WAVE is supervised by the control for loss of RF
check-in transmissions, low battery, loss of AC, and
mounting tamper.
The 5800WAVE reports AC loss and low battery as Low
Battery to the control (and will not cause an alarm when the
control is armed).

If an AC Ioss condition exists "Low Battery" is
dispIayed on the controI keypad (with the
programmed zone number) and the Green LED on
the 5800WAVE is off.
Program the 5800WAVE in the control as a zone and enroll
its serial number as described using the installation and
setup guide supplied with the control and the information
below.
Note the following when enrolling:
Zone type = 5 (trouble by day / alarm by night)
Input type = 3 (Supervised RF)…..Loop number = 1
1. When prompted for the serial number, you can either
enter it manually or transmit from the device.
a. To enter the serial number manually, read the
number from the label on the device and enter it via
the control’s keypad (referring to the zone
programming section of the Installation and Setup
Guide for the control).
b. To transmit the serial number, plug the 5800WAVE
into an AC receptacle. Within 15 seconds, place the
tamper magnet next to the tamper position-indicator
lines on the case (Figure 4) and wait until the yellow
LED turns off, and then remove the magnet to cause
a transmission.
The yellow LED will flash when the transmission is sent.
2. When the enrollment is complete, exit programming
mode and unplug the 5800WAVE. Proceed to step 3 if
mounting tamper is desired. Otherwise proceed to
“Completing Installation”.
3. Mount the magnet (using the screws supplied) to the
wall, adjacent to the case, between the tamper position
indicator lines as shown in Figure 4.
Verifying Tamper Operation (if used)
1. Plug the 5800WAVE into the AC receptacle. Wait until
the yellow LED turns off and clear any tamper fault
caused by the 5800WAVE from the control.

2. Unplug the 5800WAVE from the AC receptacle and
verify that the control now indicates the tamper fault.
CompIeting InstaIIation
1. Remove the screw that secures the cover plate to the
duplex receptacle. Leave the cover plate in place on the
receptacle as shown in Figure 5.

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2. Plug the 5800WAVE back into the AC receptacle.
3. Insert the hold down screw (supplied) in the 5800WAVE
mounting hole and secure the case to the receptacle as
shown in Figure 5.
4. When the yellow LED turns off, arm the control and
verify that the red LED turns on. Then disarm the
control.
5. With the control in the TEST Mode, test the 5800WAVE
sounder by causing an alarm.
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DIP SWITCH POSITIONS DIP SWITCH POSITIONS House
ID 4 5 6 7 8
House
ID 4 5 6 7 8
0 – – – – – 16 ON – – – –
1 – – – – ON 17 ON – – – ON
2 – – – ON – 18 ON – – ON –
3 – – – ON ON 19 ON – – ON ON
4 – – ON – – 20 ON – ON – –
5 – – ON – ON 21 ON – ON – ON
6 – – ON ON – 22 ON – ON ON –
7 – – ON ON ON 23 ON – ON ON ON
8 – ON – – – 24 ON ON – – –
9 – ON – – ON 25 ON ON – – ON
10 – ON – ON – 26 ON ON – ON –
11 – ON – ON ON 27 ON ON – ON ON
12 – ON ON – – 28 ON ON ON – –
13 – ON ON – ON 29 ON ON ON – ON
14 – ON ON ON – 30 ON ON ON ON –
15 – ON ON ON ON 31 ON ON ON ON ON
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