Honeywell 5834-4 & 5834-4en Installation Manual & Setup Guide
Wireless Key Transmitter INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
The 5834-4/5834-4EN key transmitters are portable wireless transmitters for use only with wireless alarm systems that support 5800 Series receivers (ex. VISTA series, LYNX PLUS, LYNX Touch). The 5834-4EN is identical to the 5834-4 except the 5834-4EN has a plated bezel and key ring. References to the 5834-4 throughout this document refer to both models. • Buttons are typically used for arming and disarming, but can be • The 5834-4 transmitter provides up to eight (8) functions and has programmed for any appropriate zone response. an optional high security (encrypted) mode that sends rollingcode encrypted messaging to the RF receiver. • A button must be pressed and held until the LED begins to flash High Security Mode Note: If used in high security mode, must to activate a button function. This press and hold feature be used with a receiver or control that supports high security minimizes the possibility of accidental transmissions. mode. i.e., 5881EN, 5883, 6150RF, or 6160RF receiver or • The factory-installed replaceable lithium battery provides power LYNXR Series control panel (Rev 13.1 or higher). for up to five (5) years.
For complete details on how to program the transmitter at the control panel, see the control unit's Installation Instructions. When programming, note the following: • Each 5834-4 transmitter has two unique serial numbers assigned during Loop Numbers for the 5834-4 Buttons manufacture. SERIAL #2 • Each button on the unit also has a distinct "loop" number (refer to the LOOP 1 A B Loop Number diagram at right) that you must program into the control panel during installation. SERIAL #1 SERIAL #1 • Assign each button to an individual zone and designate the Input Type LOOP 2 LOOP 3 as "BR" (Button Type). • When prompted for the serial number, press and release the SERIAL #2 SERIAL #2 appropriate button(s) twice, or, manually enter the serial number at the LOOP 3 LOOP 4 keypad. NOTE: Serial #2 is one (1) digit higher than serial #1, which is printed on the rear of the transmitter.
USING HIGH SECURITY MODE IN COMPATIBLE RECEIVERS AND LOCALLY IN AN RF KEYPAD (eg., 6150RF)
If used with LYNXR Series controls earlier than Revision 13.1, Standard Mode must be selected. First select High Security mode, then activate it. Activation syncs the key fob with the security system. 1. Select High Security mode: Mode Simultaneously hold down for 5 secs… A - C - D (LED flashes Red when transmitting) High-Security B - C - D (LED flashes Green when transmitting) Standard 2. Activate High Security mode: • if the key fob is enrolled into the panel, put the security system into Go/No Go Mode • if the key fob is enrolled locally into a 6150RF, go to Step 3 of 6150RF “Programming WITH Local Wireless Keys”, then press the appropriate set of buttons as follows: Serial Number Simultaneously hold down until beeps sound… A - B - C buttons (system beeps twice to confirm) 1 A - B - D buttons (system beeps twice to confirm) 2
SERIAL #1 LOOP 4
SERIAL #2 LOOP 2
SERIAL #1 LOOP 1
1. SERIAL #1 FUNCTIONS ACTIVATE WHEN THE RESPECTIVE BUTTON IS HELD DOWN UNTIL THE LED FLASHES. 2. SERIAL #2 FUNCTIONS ACTIVATE WHEN THE TWO RESPECTIVE SERIAL #2 BUTTONS ARE PRESSED AT THE SAME TIME AND HELD DOWN UNTIL THE LED FLASHES. 5834-008-V2
Using a Button: To activate a programmed function, press and hold the appropriate key(s) until the LED begins to flash (about ½ second). SIA INSTALLATIONS: Use only serial #2/loop 2 (C & D keys) for the panic function. Do not use serial #1/loop 1 (D) key.
ASSIGNING A WIRELESS KEY TO A USER
• On most control panels, if the wireless key is assigned to arm and disarm the system, you must assign it to a user in order for it to operate. This is accomplished through User Code programming at the control panel. See the control panel’s Installation and Setup Guide for specific instructions on programming User Codes. The table below summarizes the procedures. • If programming arming and disarming functions on both serial numbers, each serial number must be assigned to a separate user.
On Vista 32/40/50/50P/100 and up
You must assign a user to the button in order for it to operate. To assign a user number to the Arm/Disarm button: 1. Enter [4-digit User Code] +  + [User No.] + [new User Code]. 2. Answer Yes or No to the “Open/Close Report ?” question. 3. Answer Yes to the “RF Button ?” question. 4. Enter the zone number assigned to the button. 5. Keypad display shows summary of user information. 6. Test all functions for proper operation.
On Vista-20P/15P/10P/Vista-21iP and variants
You must assign a user to the button in order for it to operate, and must enter a sequence of keystrokes as described below. NOTE: There is a two-second timeout for keystroke commands on Vista P series panels, therefore you must enter the keystrokes as quickly as possible. 1. Enter [4-digit Master Code] +  + [User Number] + [# 4] + [two digit zone number] assigned to the fob. 2. Test all functions for proper operation.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
The LED will not flash during transmission if the battery is low. Replace the battery as follows. 1. Remove the screw from the case back, then remove the case back. 2. Insert the blade of a small screwdriver under the battery as shown. 3. Twist the screwdriver to release the battery. 4. With the Positive (+) end of a new battery facing UP, insert the battery as shown, sliding it under the gold tab, then pressing down to snap into place. IMPORTANT: Positive (+) end must face up. Use Maxell CR2032, Duracell DL2032, or SENER CR2032 lithium battery only. 5. Replace the case back and replace the screw to secure the case. • • Improper installation will result in damage to the battery. Do not remove the printed circuit board.
Removing the Battery
GOLD TAB REMOVE SCREW TO OPEN CASE
TO REMOVE BATTERY, GENTLY SLIDE SCREWDRIVER BLADE UNDER BATTERY HERE
Failure of Replaceable Batteries
This wireless key has been designed to provide several years of battery life under normal conditions. The expected battery life is a function of the device environment, usage and type. Ambient conditions such as high humidity, high or low temperatures, or large temperature fluctuations may reduce the expected battery life. If the batteries need to be replaced, this device reports a low battery condition to the control panel as a trouble condition when a button is pressed. In addition the LED will not flash when a button is pressed. However, if the device is unused for a long period of time, it may fail to operate as expected. Regular testing and maintenance will keep the system in good operating condition for the lifetime of the product. IMPORTANT! This wireless key is intended as a convenience to the user and should not be considered as a life safety device. If life safety is important, please select a supervised wireless key (e.g. type 5802MN).
Installing the Battery
INSTALL WITH POSITIVE (+) SIDE UP. SLIP BATTERY UNDER GOLD TAB THEN PRESS DOWN INSTALL UNDER GOLD TAB THEN PRESS DOWN
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Unit Dimensions: 2.25" x 1.25" x 0.5" (57mm x 31.75mm x 12.7mm) Battery: 3V, 210mAh, Maxell CR2032, Duracell DL2032, or SENER
IMPORTANT POSITIVE (+) SIDE MUST FACE UP
IC MODEL No. 5834 WARRANTY INFORMATION For the latest warranty information, please go to: http://www.security.honeywell.com/hsc/resources/wa REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED FOR LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM. IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE Please inform the User about the security importance of their key fob, and what to do if it is lost. Explain that the key fob is similar to their keys or access card. If lost or stolen, another person can compromise their security system. They should immediately notify the Dealer/Installer of a lost or stolen key fob. The Dealer/Installer will then remove the key fob programming from the security system.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS:
The user shall not make any changes or modifications 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.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules, and RSS 210 of IC. 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. 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'interferences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interference reçue y compris les interferences causant une reception indesirable.
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