Honeywell L5100 Home Automation Programming Guide (Rev 6)



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LYNX Touch Series
Security Systems

Home Automation Guide















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Table of Contents

Z-Wave Programming
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..................... 3
Including Z-Wave Devices
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.............. 5
Include/Add a Light Switch or Outlet Module ...................................................................................
......................... 5
Include/Add a Door Lock
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............ 5
Include/Add a Honeywell Thermostat ............................................................................................
........................... 6
Thermostat Energy Saving Mode .................................................................................................
............................ 6
Edit and Delete Z-Wave Devices
..............................................................................................................................
.... 7
Edit Z-Wave Device Names ......................................................................................................
................................ 7
Exclude/Delete a Z-Wave Device ............................................................................................................................. 7
Controlling Z-Wave Devices
..............................................................................................................................
........... 7
Turn On/Off All Lights ........................................................................................................
....................................... 7
Z-Wave Operation ..............................................................................................................
....................................... 7
Scenes
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.............................................. 9
General Information ...........................................................................................................
....................................... 9
Programming a Scene ...........................................................................................................
................................... 9
Editing/Deleting a Scene
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.......... 11
Running a Scene................................................................................................................
..................................... 12
Schedules
..................................................................................................................................................................... 13
General Information ...........................................................................................................
..................................... 13
Programming a Scheduled Function ..............................................................................................
........................ 13
Editing a Scheduled Function ..................................................................................................
............................... 14
Deleting a Scheduled Function .................................................................................................
.............................. 15
Rules
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............................................... 15
General Information ...........................................................................................................
..................................... 15
Programming Rules .............................................................................................................
................................... 16
Editing or Deleting Rules .....................................................................................................
................................... 19
Garage Door Opener Operation
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... 20
Enrolling the 5877 Relay Receiver..............................................................................................
............................ 20
Garage Door Feature Operation .................................................................................................
............................ 20
Operate Garage Door from LYNX Touch Control Panel .............................................................................
........... 21
Advanced Z-Wave Operations
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..... 22
View Enrolled Z-Wave Devices or Controllers ...................................................................................
..................... 22
Remove/Delete All Z-Wave Devices (Reset Controller) ...........................................................................
.............. 22
Shift Primary Control .........................................................................................................
...................................... 22
Failed Devices (Nodes)
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................. 22
Z-Wave Glossary
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Z-Wave Compatibility
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Important Notes
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Wireless Range ................................................................................................................
....................................... 24
Additional Z-Wave Information
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Z-Wave® Programming
The Honeywell LYNX Touch control is a security enabled Z-Wave® device. It features Z-Wave technology that
is designed to automate devices in a home control network. The control allows you to easily add and control
multiple devices with the press of a button. The control supports Z-Wave Network Wide Inclusion (NWI) Mode.
Check with your installer to see if these features are available.
Your control and every Z-Wave device you add are linked together into a wireless network. Each device in your
network has a unique address assigned to it and cannot be activated by your neighbor's Z-Wave controller. The
Z-wave network supports multiple controllers allowing additional Z-wave remotes to be used throughout the
home. Management of Z-Wave devices (also known as nodes) includes two main operations, inclusion/exclusion
and association (or controlling). Refer to the
Controlling Z-Wave Devices
section for information regarding
“association”. The LYNX Touch supports the Association Command Class.
This section describes how to Include (add) devices into your home control network, edit devices and Exclude
(delete) devices. Automation and Z-Wave functions are accessed via the LYNX Touch Automation icon, Z-Wave
Device Management and Z-Wave Advanced Tools screens. A list of compatible Z-Wave devices can be found in
the Z-Wave Compatibility Chart contained in this document. The devices can be controlled from the LYNX
Touch control or the Mobile Internet Device (MID) (or tablet). Check with your Installer to see which features
are available with your system. Refer to the
Z-Wave Glossary
for additional information regarding term and
functions. Once the Z-Wave devices have been Included (added) to the network they can be controlled either
manually or through “Scenes” that are programmed in your LYNX Touch control’s Automation feature.

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Automation

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Automation is intended for lifestyle convenience. It should not be used for life safety or property protection.


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Switches
Schedules
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Other Devices
Tools

LYNX Touch Automation Screen (Page 2)

Button
Function
Switches
Provides access to the Switches Screen
Thermostats
Provides access to the Thermostats Screen
Locks
Provides access to the Locks Screen
Garages
Provides access to control Garage Door operation.
Scenes
Provides access to the Scenes Screen. Scenes are used to control
a single or group of devices, turning them Off/On, to a preset level,
temperature or mode. Up to 20 scenes can be programmed.
Schedules
Provides access to the Schedules Screen. Schedules are used to
activate Scenes based on a specified time and repeat frequency.
Rules
Provides access to the Rules Screen. Rules are used to automate
Z-Wave devices based on specified Zone Activity, Alarm Status or
Alarm Conditions.
Press To See
Failed devices
Displayed only when device failures have been detected in the Z-
Wave network (Refer to the Failed Device section for additional
information).
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page.

Tools
Provides access to the Z-Wave Device Management Screen
Garage door
setup
Provides access to program/enroll Garage Door Openers.
Other Devices
Provides access to control Unknown or Unsupported Devices.
Basic On/Off commands are included. The action or response to
this command is implemented by the Device Manufacturer.

Note:
Z-Wave devices that appear in the “Other Devices” category
are not supported and are not deemed to be interoperable
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Z-Wave® Programming



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Include Devices
View Failed Devices
Advanced Tools
Warning: automation can only be used for life style
enhancement. It must not be used for personal safety or
property protection.
Exclude Devices

Z-Wave Device Management Screen

Button
Function
Include Devices
Enroll Z-Wave Modules
Exclude Devices
Delete Z-Wave Modules
View Failed Devices
Displayed only when device failures have been detected in
the Z-Wave network (Refer to the Failed Devices section
for additional information).
Advanced Tools
Provides access to additional Z-Wave options


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View Enrolled
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View Enrolled
Controllers
Reset Controller
Pri. Controller Shift
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Locking Door
Learn
All Devices Off
All Devices On

Z-Wave® Advanced Tools Screen




*
Although both controllers can operate the Z-Wave
devices, only the Primary can Include/Exclude
devices.

Button
Function
View Enrolled Devices View Z-Wave device information: System Index/name,
Secured or Non-Secured, device type, device ID,
manufacturer, node number
View Enrolled
Controllers
View Controller Information: Controller role: (Primary or
Secondary), Z-Wave Library Rev., Home ID, device type,
device ID, node number, manufacturer, Secured or Non-
Secured.
Reset Controller
Deletes all nodes and generates a new random Home ID.
Resetting the Controller does not Exclude the individual
devices; therefore, each device will need to be Excluded
before being Included into a Controller.
Pri. Controller Shift to
Secondary
Transfers the role of primary controller to another
controller* (i.e.; a Z-Wave remote control) and duplicates
the Z-Wave network.
Locking Door

Enable Arm Stay, Arm Away or Arm without Auto-Stay
when Z-Wave door lock is locked. Causes the system to
arm in the selected mode, Away, Stay, or Away without
Auto-Stay when the Z-Wave Door is Locked.
Learn

Includes the panel as secondary controller*, usually on a
Z-Wave remote control, and duplicates the Z-Wave
network.
Devices (switches and thermostats only) may be Included
using the Z-Wave remote control and the information can
be transferred to the control panel using this feature. The
secondary controller (control panel) cannot have Z-Wave
devices Included. The Learn button is selected after
Include process is started on the primary controller.
All Devices Off
Allows User to “manually” turn Off all switches.
Note:
Some thermostats will enter Setback mode.
All Devices On
Allows User to “manually” turn On all switches.
Note:
Some thermostats will exit Setback mode.

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Z-Wave® Programming
Including Z-Wave
®
Devices
The functions described below should be accomplished at the LYNX Touch control.

Z-Wave devices should be in their final location prior to inclusion. When Including a device, it may be necessary to
perform an Exclude before a successful Include can be achieved. This is particularly true if the device was
previously in another Z-Wave network.

Include/Add a Light Switch or Outlet Module
Install the receptacle, wall switch or lamp/appliance module (refer to the Module’s
Instruction Guide
). To
Include a Light switch or outlet module into a Z-Wave network, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Include Devices”.
4. The panel displays “Ready to include device. Press the function button on
device”. Within one minute press the device’s Function button or activate the
switch.
5. If the module has been successfully enrolled, the panel displays “Device Found!
Please Wait” and then the device information is displayed.
6. After successfully including a light switch or outlet module, the device’s
information will be added to the top of the inclusion list.
7. Once you have finished including devices, press the “Home” key to return to the
Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button to return to the previous screen.

Z-Wave light modules may vary; follow the
instructions provided with your specific
device to Include properly.

Include/Add a Door Lock

Z-Wave® door locks are encrypted, and for security purposes, enroll at a low power transmission range,
approximately 6 feet. This may require enrolling the lock before it is installed in the door.
Assemble the Z-Wave® door lock (if required); install batteries and connect necessary cables (refer to the Door
Lock’s
Instruction Guide
). Enroll the door lock adjacent to the control (within 6 feet) and mount within the
proper Z-Wave range (refer to the “
Important No
tes” section for further information). To Include a door lock into
a Z-Wave network, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation”
icon
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Include Devices”.
4. The panel displays “Ready to include device. Press the function button on
device”. Within one minute press the device’s Function button or activate in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
5. If the module has been successfully enrolled, the panel displays “Device
Found! Please Wait” and then the device information is displayed.
6.
After successfully including a lock, the device’s information will be added to
the top of the inclusion list.

7.
To include next device press the “include” button.

8.
Once you have finished including devices, press the “Home” key to return to
the Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button to return to the previous
screen.


Program the 4-digits User Code in the
control. When programming user codes
into the panel, determine if the user code
will have access to the Z-Wave lock. If so,
the user code will be transferred to the
lock.

Door lock devices may vary; follow the
instructions provided with your specific
door lock to Include properly and to
program a new user code.

If locks will be associated with a Scene,
the lock’s autolock feature must be
disabled.

Due to Low Power Inclusion Mode of
secure devices, Include the Z-Wave Lock
first, if not using an Inclusion Tool/Remote
Control. The lock should be installed
before including other devices.
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Z-Wave® Programming
Include/Add a Honeywell Thermostat
Install a Honeywell Thermostat according to the manufactures instructions. Device should be mounted in the
final location and tested before adding it to the system. To Include a Honeywell Thermostat into a Z-Wave
network, perform the following:
Note:
Some thermostats do not update temperature status automatically (i.e., Wayne Dalton).
IMPORTANT:
Honeywell is not responsible for property damages due to improper setting of the thermostat modes.
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the
“Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen” screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Include Devices”.
4. The panel displays “Ready to include device. Press the function
button on device” Within one minute Include the Z-Wave thermostat.
a. Press “System” on the ZW-STAT.

b. Press and Hold the 4
th
(or center) button on the bottom row of
the ZW-STAT.

c. Press the first down arrow
T
to change display to “rf10”.

d. Press the right (last) up arrow
S
to Include the ZW-STAT.
5. Refer to the Installation Instructions provided with the thermostat for
“Z-Wave inclusion”.
6. To complete inclusion, press “Done”.
7. Press “Done” on the thermostat to return to normal operation.
8. After successfully including a thermostat, the device’s information
will be added to the top of the inclusion list.
9. Once you have finished including devices, press the “Home” key to
return to the Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button to return to
the previous screen.

If you are installing another brand of thermostat, follow
the instructions provided with your specific device to
Include properly.

When using Z-wave thermostat control on the LYNX
Touch, the scheduling feature within thermostat
should not be used.


When the HOLD button on the LYNX Touch
Thermostat control screen is highlighted, Z-wave
scenes driven by rules or schedules will not affect the
thermostat operation. Additionally, if your system is
connected to TotalConnect Service, the remote 7-day
schedules will also not affect the thermostat operation.


For threshold monitoring to be configurable on the
Total Connect Remote Services LYNX TOUCH Z-
wave thermostat screen, the respective zones will first
need to be assigned with a response type in zone
programming.

You must program both Zones for each respective
thermostat (i.e..; Zone 80 & 81 for thermostat #1,
Zone 82 & 83 for thermostat #2 and Zone 84 & 85 for
thermostat #3).

When temperature is represented in Celsius, the
LYNX Touch matches the temperature increment of
the particular thermostat for Heat, Emergency Heat
and Cool set points. Depending on the thermostat it
can be either half or one degree increments.

If Celsius scale is used in thermostat the LYNX
Touch must also be set to Celsius scale.
Thermostat Energy Saving Mode
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the
“Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen” screen, select “Thermostats”.
3. Select the desired Thermostat from the displayed list.
4. At the Thermostat control screen select the “Saving Off’ button OR
“Saving On” to activate or deactivate the thermostat’s Energy
Saving Schedule Function.

When temperature is represented in Celsius, the
LYNX Touch matches the temperature increment of
the particular thermostat for Heat, Emergency Heat
and Cool set points. Depending on the thermostat it
can be either half or one degree increments.

If Celsius scale is used in thermostat the LYNX Touch
must also be set to Celsius scale.

An additional “Energy Saving” function in the
Thermostat is used to set/unset the mode.

When the mode is set the LYNX Touch displays
Energy Saving Heat/Cooling Setpoint Temperatures
that are programmed at the Thermostat.
Honeywell Z-Wave Thermostat Functions
Button Function
HOLD
Allows temporary override of the programmed rules and schedules from operating on the selected thermostat
NORMAL
Allows selected thermostat to run programmed schedules and rules.
NO SCHED
Prevents rules and schedules from operating on the selected thermostat
Saving Off/Saving On
Enables/disables the thermostat’s Energy Saving Schedule Function.
EDIT
Used to edit Thermostat name.
BACK
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Z-Wave® Programming
Edit and Delete Z-Wave® Devices
Edit Z-Wave Device Names
To Edit a device name, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the type of device that you wish to edit. (i.e.;
Switches, Thermostats or Locks as applicable.)
3. Select the device that you wish to edit from the displayed list.
4. Select the edit button.
5. Enter the desired information (limited to 14 characters) on the displayed keypad
and then select “Done”.
6. The system returns to the previous screen.
7. Select “Back” to return to the Automation Screen or Press the “Home” key to
return to the Dashboard screen.

Exclude/Delete a Z-Wave Device
To Exclude a Z-Wave device, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Exclude Devices”.
4. The panel displays “Ready to Exclude device. Press the function button on
device”. Within one minute press the device’s Function button or activate the
switch.
5. If the module has been successfully Excluded, the Excluded device’s information
will be added to the excluded list. If a device which is not known to the panel is
excluded “Unknown Device Excluded” will be added to the excluded list.
6. Once you have finished excluding devices, press the “Home” key to return to the
Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button to return to the previous screen.

Excluding a device sends a command to
the Node erasing any previous network
information that was learned into it.

Previously deleted devices (but not
Excluded) will still need to be Excluded
before they can be re-Included into a
controller.

Controlling Z-Wave® Devices
Turn On/Off All lights
To turn all lights On or Off, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Advanced Tools”.
4. Enter the Master User Code on the displayed keypad.
5. To turn all lights On, select “All Devices On” OR to turn all lights Off, select “All
Devices Off”.
6. Press the “Home” key to return to the Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button
to return to the previous screen.

If All Devices On is selected, some
thermo-stats will exit Setback mode.

If All Devices Off is selected, some
thermo-stats will enter Setback mode.
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Z-Wave® Programming
Z-Wave
®
Operation
Scenes are used to control a single or group of devices together, turning them OFF, ON, ON to a preset lighting
level, temperature or mode, or lock/unlocked. The LYNX Touch has 20 Scenes which may each be configured
with up to 10 devices each. Scenes can be manually activated or activated by a Schedule or Rule. Schedules and
Rules are used to control Scenes by pre-set “Conditions” and “Triggers”. Up to 20 Rules may be programmed
locally into the LYNX Touch. To program Scenes, Schedules and Rules, refer to applicable section in this guide.
Devices can also be activated manually. To control devices manually, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select the type of device that you wish to edit.
(i.e.; Switches, Thermostats or Locks as applicable.)
3. Select the device that you wish to control from the displayed list.
4. Refer to the figures below for typical examples of the features that can be
controlled manually for the devices.

The control screens vary according to the
features of the specific Z-Wave device that is
Included.


The features and functions that can be
controlled vary by manufacturer and you will
need to review the user manual that was
provided to determine capabilities of each
device.


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Den Lamp
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Light Control Screen (Without Dimming Support)
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Den Lamp
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Light Control Screen (With Dimming Support)
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BACK
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Set to
Threshold Monitoring
Fan
Mode
AUTO
Living Room
HEAT
Hold
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Thermostat Control Screen

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BACK
25.5C
23.0
Set to
Saving Off
Fan
Mode
AUTO
Living Room
HEAT
NORMAL
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Thermostat Energy Savings Control Screen

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Cool
Setpoint
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Heat
Setpoint
Threshold Monitoring
Fan
Mode
AUTO
Living Room
AUTO
Hold
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Dual Setback Thermostat Control Screen

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Front Door
Unlocked
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Lock Control Screen

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1 Unknown Type: 0000 ID: 0000
Node:2 Sigma Designs (Sigma Designs)
Basic Off
Basic On
OFF

Unsupported Device Control Screen

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Scenes
General Information
Scenes are used to control a single or group of devices together, turning them OFF, ON, ON to a preset lighting
level, temperature or mode, or lock/unlocked. The LYNX Touch has 20 Scenes which may each be configured
with up to 10 devices each. Scenes can be manually activated or activated by a Rule or a Scheduled event.
Rules and Schedules are used to control Scenes by pre-set “Conditions” and “Triggers”. Up to 20 Rules may be
programmed locally into the LYNX Touch.
Programming a Scene
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1. With the system in the disarmed state, select the
“Automation” icon from the Home Screen. The system
displays the Keypad screen.

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2. Select the “Scenes” icon. The system displays the
Scenes screen.


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Edit
Delete
Add New
Scene

3. Select “Add New Scene”. The system displays a
keypad along with the next available Scene number.
4. If desired, select clear then enter a name (up to 13
digits long) for the scene on the displayed keypad then
select “Done”.


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Scenes
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Edit
Delete
Add New
Device

5. Select the “Add New Device” button. The system
displays the available Z-Wave device types.
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6. Select one of the following options:
Switches
Thermostats
Locks
Garages
7. Select the desired device type, then select the
applicable device from the list of installed devices. The
device’s operational screen is displayed. Up to 10
devices may be associated with a scene.
8. Set the desired options. Typical operations are shown
below:
Switches/Outlets
Set Switch/Outlet On
Set Switch/Outlet Off
Dim Switch
Thermostats
Set Temperature Mode (Heat, Cool, Off)
Set Fan Mode (Auto, On, Circulate)
Select Hold Mode (Temperature hold)
Setback
Select Energy Saving Mode
Note: If Schedules/Scenes feature will be used to control
the thermostat set points, do not use the daily
schedules in the thermostat itself.
Locks
Lock
Unlock
Note: For compatibility, do not include a door lock as part
of a scene that has auto-lock enabled. Auto-lock may
be disabled. For details, please refer to the
documentation provided with the lock.
9.
Select Save when complete. The system returns to the
Z-Wave device screen. Select the “
2
” button as
required to return to the Automation programming
screen or the Home or Dashboard screen.
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Scenes
Editing/Deleting a Scene
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Automation

1. With the system in the disarmed state, select the
“Automation” icon from the Home Screen. The system
displays the Keypad screen.

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Scenes
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2. Select the “Scenes” button. The system displays the
Scenes screen.


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Edit
Delete
Add New
Scene
Scene 1
Burglary Alarm
Scene 2
CO Alarm
Scene 3
Fire Alarm
Scene 4
Arm Stay

3. Select the scene you wish to edit or delete.
4. Select the “Edit” or “Delete” button.
5. If “Edit” was selected, the system advances to the
Scene. Edit as required and proceed to step 6. If delete
was selected proceed to step 7.
6. Select Save when complete. The system returns to the
Z-Wave device screen. Select the “
2
” button as
required to return to the Automation programming
screen or the Home or Dashboard screen.
7. The system displays a confirmation screen and then
returns to the previous screen. Select the “
2
” button as
required to return to the Automation programming
screen or the Home or Dashboard screen.
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Scenes
Running a Scene
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Message
Automation

1. With the system in the disarmed state, select the
“Automation” icon from the Home Screen. The system
displays the Keypad screen.

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Rules
Switches
Schedules
Scenes
Locks
Garages
Thermostat
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2. Select the “Scenes” icon. The system displays the
Scenes screen.


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Edit
Delete
Add New
Scene
Scene 1
Burglary Alarm
Scene 2
CO Alarm
Scene 3
Fire Alarm
Scene 4
Arm Stay

3. Select the scene you wish to run.
4. Select the “
” button to run the scene.

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Schedules
General Information
The Schedules Feature can be used to program the system to automatically perform certain functions (i.e.;
automatically arming the system in Stay mode and activating output [Z-Wave] devices) at a scheduled time,
day of the week or month, as applicable.
Programming a Scheduled Function
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Message
Automation

1. With the system in the disarmed state, select the
“Automation” icon from the Home Screen. The system
displays the Keypad screen.

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Switches
Schedules
Scenes
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2. Select the “Schedules” icon. The system displays the
Scheduling screen.
Note:
Rules 21-40 are only accessible through TotalConnect
Service.



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Edit
Delete
Add New
No items to display!

3. Select “Add New”. The system displays the scheduling
options screen.

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Save
Frequency
None
Type
None
Name

4. Select “Name”. The system displays a keypad.



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Schedules
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Clear
Done
123!@#
abc...

5. Enter a name (up to 13 digits long) for the scheduled
function on the displayed keypad then select “Done”.
6. Select “Frequency” then select one of the following
displayed options:
None Once
Daily Weekday
Weekly
Monthly
7. Program the following options based upon the
Frequency selected in step 6:
Once Date
Daily
Weekday Start Time
Weekly
Day of the Week
Monthly
Day of the Month
8. Select “Type” then scroll through and select one of the
following options:
None
Auto Stay
Rules
Disarm Notification
Scene
(displayed when Z-Wave has been enabled)

Ready To Arm
23
1
5
6
4
0
8
9
7
Clear
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AM / PM
Enter Time
10:21 AM
Done

9. If Auto Stay is selected, select “Clear” then enter a 4-
digit time on the displayed keypad then select “Save”. If
“Rules” is selected proceed to Step 11. If “Disarm
Notification” is selected proceed to Step 12.
10. Select “Rules” OR “Scenes” then select a Rule or
Scene from the displayed list (Rules 1 through Rules
20).
11. Enter a Start Time and End Time on the displayed
keypad then select “Save”.
12. Select the “
2
” button. The system returns to the
Automation programming screen.

Editing a Scheduled Function
Ready To Arm
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Auto Arm
Daily
Edit
Delete
Add New
Schedule 1
Auto Stay

1. At the Schedules screen, select the Schedule you wish
to edit.
Note:
Rules 21-40 are only accessible through TotalConnect
Service.

2. Select the “Edit” button. The Schedule programming
screen will appear. Follow the steps as noted above in
the programming a Scheduled Function section to edit
and save your changes.
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Schedules
Deleting a Scheduled Function
Ready To Arm
5100-100-081-V0
Auto Arm
Daily
Edit
Delete
Add New
Schedule 1
Auto Stay

1. At the Schedules screen, select the Schedule you wish
to delete.
Note:
Rules 21-40 are only accessible through TotalConnect
Service.

2. Select the “Delete” button. A confirmation screen will
be displayed. Select “Yes” to confirm the deletion.
3. Select the “
2
” button. The system returns to the
Automation programming screen.


Rules
General Information
Up to 40 rules can be programmed. Rules 1 through 20 are used for Triggers, Z-Wave Scenes and Follow-Me
Messages. Rules 21 through 40 are used for Z-Wave Scenes and for E-mail notification and are only accessible
through TotalConnect Service. Check with your Installer to see which options are available to you.
The following options are programmed in this section:
Programming Field
Action
Rule 1 - 20:
Select Rule 1 -20
Note:
Rules 21-40 are only accessible through TotalConnect Service.
Name:
Name the device
Type:
Select the output type
Action:
Select the action required for the device
Start Zone Type:
OR
Zone Type Fault:
Select Zone Type to start event*
Stop Zone Type:
OR
Zone Type Restore:
Select Zone Type to stop event*
Start System Operation:
OR
System Operation 1:
Select System Operation to start event*
Stop System Operation:
OR
System Operation 1
Select System Operation to stop event*
Zone Number Operation:
Select Zone Number to trigger event upon fault, trouble or alarm as selected.
* The displayed field is dependent upon the Type selection.
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Rules

Programming Rules
Zones
Arm Away
Ready To Arm
Arm Stay
More
Delay
Phone
10:18 AM June 8, 2010
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Message
Automation

1. With the system in the disarmed state, select the
“Automation” icon from the Home Screen. The system
displays the Keypad screen.

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Rules
Switches
Schedules
Scenes
Locks
Garages
Thermostat
68
Ready To Arm

2. Select the “Rules” button. The system displays the
Rules screen.

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Rules 1
New
Edit
Delete
Rules 3
New
Rules 5
New
Rules 2
New
Rules 4
New
Rules 6
New

3. Select a “Rules” key followed by the Edit button. The
system displays a keyboard.
Note: Rules 21-40 are only accessible through
TotalConnect Service.


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A
Q
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M
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J
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V
G
T
B
H
Y
C
F
R
X
D
E
Clear
Done
123!@#
ABC...

4. If desired you can enter a Rule Name. Select the
“Clear” key and then enter up to 13 characters of text.
Note: Select the “ABC...” key to switch the keyboard
between upper/lower case or the “123!@#” key to
switch to numbers.
5. Once you are finished, select “Done”. The system
returns to the Rules screen.

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Rules
Ready To Arm
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Name
Save
Type
Disabled
01

6. Select the “Type” button. Dependant upon what
features are programmed in your control the system
toggles between the following Types:
Disabled
Trigger Output
Scene (displayed when Z-Wave has been enabled)
To Ph. 1 (Message to Phone 1)
To Ph. 2 (Message to Phone 2)
To Ph. 1 & 2 (Message to Phone 1 & 2)
Email 1
Depending upon the Type selected, the system
displays several new programming fields. If Scene is
selected, you must program a scene in order for it to
run.
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Name
Save
Type
Trigger Output
01
Start Zone Type
Not Used
Start System Operation
Not Used
Action
None
Stop Zone Type
Not Used
Stop System Operation
Not Used

OR
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Name
Save
Type
Scene
Scene
Zone Type Fault
Not Used
System Operation 1
Not Used
Action
None
Zone Type Restore
Not Used
System Operation 2
Not Used

7. Select “Action”. Dependent upon the Type selected
previously, the system scrolls between several
options:
None
Permanent On

On for 2 sec
Pulsing
Send

Run Scene*
* If Scene was selected in step 6, you must select Run
Scene.
8. Select “Start Zone Type” OR “Zone Type Fault” (if
Scene was selected in the Type field). The system
displays the following options (dependent upon the
Type that was selected):
Not Used
Entry Exit 1
Entry Exit 2
Perimeter
Interior Follower
Day / Night
24 Hour Silent
24 Hour Audible
Use the “
S
” “
T
” buttons to scroll to second page of
zone type options.
Silent Burglary
24 Hour Auxiliary
Interior With Delay
Fire No Verification
Carbon Monoxide
Trouble
No Response
Arm Stay
Use the “
S
” “
T
” buttons to scroll to third page of zone
type options.
Arm Away
Disarm
Monitor Resident
Monitor
Resident Response
General Monitor
General Response
Garage Door
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Rules
Ready To Arm
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Name
Save
Type
Trigger Output
01
Start Zone Type
Not Used
Start System Operation
Not Used
Action
None
Stop Zone Type
Not Used
Stop System Operation
Not Used

OR

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Name
Save
Type
Scene
Scene
Zone Type Fault
Not Used
System Operation 1
Not Used
Action
None
Zone Type Restore
Not Used
System Operation 2
Not Used
9. Select “Stop Zone Type” OR “Zone Type Restore” (if
Scene was selected in the Type field). The system
displays the same options as the previous step.
Note:
If a Rule is being used to trigger a Z-Wave door lock, when the
system is Armed Stay or Armed Away, it is recommended that
“End of Exit Delay” be selected for System Operation 1 or System
Operation 2.
10. Select “Start System Operation” OR “System Operation
1” (if Scene was selected in the Type field). The system
displays the following options (dependent upon the
Type that was selected):
Not Used
Arm Stay
Arm Away
Disarm
Any Burglary Alarm
Any Fire Alarm
Bell Timeout
End of Exit Delay
Use the “
S
” “
T
” buttons to scroll to second page of zone
type options.
Start of Entry Delay
Chime
Kissoff Bypass
System Low Battery
Reporter Failure
Duress Alarm

11. Select “Stop System Operation” OR “System Operation
2” (if Scene was selected in the Type field).. The
system displays the same options as step 10.

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Save
Zone Number Operation
Not Used
12. Select “Zone Number Operation”. The system toggles
between the following options:
Not Used
Fault
Trouble
Alarm
Notes:
1. For Fault, the following zone types should not be used: General
Monitor, General Response, Resident Monitor, and Resident
Response.

2. When a zone has been deleted, please verify the programming
selection for Zone Number Operation.
If Trouble, Fault or Alarm is selected, the system
displays several new options. Proceed to Step 13.
Ready To Arm
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Save
Third Start Zone
Disabled
First Start Zone
Disabled
Second Start Zone
Disabled
Zone Number Operation
Fault
Third Stop Zone
Disabled
First Stop Zone
Disabled
Second Stop Zone
Disabled
13. Select the First, Second or Third “Start Zone” Select
the Zone from the list displayed by the system.
14. Select the First, Second or Third “Stop Zone” Select the
Zone from the list displayed by the system.
15. Select “Save” when programming is complete.
16. Select the “
2
” button. The system returns to the
Automation programming screen.



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Rules
Editing or Deleting Rules
Ready To Arm
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Device 1
System Armed
Follow Me
Edit
Delete
Device 3
New
Device 5
New
Device 2
New
Device 4
New
Device 6
New
1. At the Rules Programming Screen, select the Rule that
you wish to edit or delete.
Note:
Rules 21-40 are only accessible through TotalConnect
Service.

2. To delete the rule, select the Delete button. To edit the
rule select the Edit button and proceed to step 3.

Ready To Arm
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Name
System Armed
Save
Type
Message to phone 1
01
Start Zone Type
Not Used
Start System Operation
Armed Stay
Action
Send
Stop Zone Type
Not Used
Stop System Operation
Disarm

3. Select the field that you wish to edit and follow the
steps as outlined in the Programming Rules procedure.
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Garage Door Opener Operation
General Information
If your system has been equipped with a 5877 Relay Receiver and 5822T Tilt Sensor or Door/Window
Transmitter (i.e.; 5616), it can be used to remotely operate and/or view the status of up to three Garage Doors.
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 system without providing burglary protection. It can also be programmed for
monitoring only. The panel includes 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.
Enrolling the 5877 Relay Receiver
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.
To confirm enrollment, at the LYNX Touch select the “Learn” button and
listen for a click at the relay.

7. Select the “
2
” 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.

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) as Loop 3.


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 to in order to view garage door status.

The Switches button on the Garage Door Setup
screen is used to assign a Z-Wave Binary
Garage Door Opener.


The RF Openers on the Garage Door Setup
screen is used to assign RF Garage Door
Openers.


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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.

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Garage Door Opener Operation
Operate Garage Door from LYNX Touch Control Panel
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Garage Door operation screen, select the Opened or Closed
Garage Door icon to Close or Open the door.
2. 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.

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Advanced Z-Wave Operations
View Enrolled Z-Wave Devices or Controllers
To View a list of the enrolled devices perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Advanced Tools”.
4. Enter the Master User Code on the displayed keypad.
5. At the Advanced Tools Screen, select “View Enrolled Devices” OR “View
Enrolled Controllers”.
6. Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to
return to the previous page.
7. Press the “Home” key to return to the Dashboard screen or select the “
2
” button
to return to the previous screen.

Remove/Delete All
Z-Wave® Devices (Reset Controller)
To Remove all Z-Wave devices, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Advanced Tools”.
4. Enter the Master User Code on the displayed keypad.
5. Select “Reset Controller”.
6. The panel displays “This will delete all nodes and generate a new home ID”.
7. Select “Yes”. The panel displays “All nodes deleted and new home ID
generated”.
8. Select “OK”. The system returns to the previous screen.

Resetting the Controller does not
Exclude the devices individually;
therefore, each device will need to be
Excluded before being Included into a
controller.
Shift Primary Control
After all Z-Wave devices have been Included into the Primary Controller, control can be shifted to a Secondary
Controller. To shift primary control to the secondary Z-Wave controller, perform the following:
ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Tools”.
3. At the “Device Management” screen, select “Advanced Tools”.
4. Enter the Master User Code on the displayed keypad.
5. Select “Pri. Controller Shift to Secondary”.
6. The panel displays “Shifting”.
7. Put the controller you are shifting to in “learn” mode. Refer to the documentation
provided with the controller for additional information.


Failed Devices (Nodes)
If a Z-Wave device is not plugged into an AC outlet and the user attempts to control it, the LYNX Touch will
recognize it as a Failed device and the Z-Wave Device Failed icon will be displayed on the Home Screen. The
LYNX Touch will take up to a minute to detect a failed device after and attempt has been made by the User or
Scene to control the device. It may take an additional minute for the failed device to be displayed.

ACTION NOTES
1. At the Dashboard screen or Security Home Screen select the “Automation” icon.
2. At the Automation Screen, select “Press to see Failed devices”.
3. Select OK when “Failed Devices Found!” is displayed. At the “Device
Management” screen, select “Advanced Tools”.
4. Ensure that the module has electrical power. If the device is defective, or not
available for any reason, select the “Fix All” button.
5. A confirmation screen displays” This will delete all failed devices.” Select the
“Yes” button. The affected device will be deleted.

The LYNX Touch will take up to a
minute to detect a failed device after and
attempt has been made by the User or
Scene to control the device. It may take
an additional minute for the failed device
to be displayed.

.

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Z-Wave® Glossary
Controller
The Primary Controller is the main device used to set up and control your Z-Wave network. There can only be one pri
mary
controller and it must be used to add or delete devices. A primary controller can be a portable device like a hand-held
remote, a static controller (permanently installed and never moved), a Z-wave enabled PC or a Z-Wave enabled Ethernet
router/bridge. A Secondary controller can not be used to add or delete devices. If the secondary controller is the same
brand and model as the primary, it will have all of the same capabilities as the primary but can not be used to add or delete
devices.
Event
An event is something you want to happen at a specific time and day. This could be every day, a specific day of the week
,
Monday through Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, or a one time occurrence. Events can be set up to control an individual
device, a group or a scene.
Exclude
When a device is excluded, it is removed from the LYNX Touch system. Excluding the device also removes the network
pairing from the device’s memory.
Important Note:
A device must be excluded before it can be moved to another network or re-included after a controller reset.
Include
Including a device pairs it with the LYNX Touch so that the two can communicate. It is also referred to as Adding.
Node
Node is the technical term used to describe a Z-Wave device in your home control network. Please note that the terms
"Node", "Device" and "Light" all refer to an individual Z-Wave enabled device and are interchangeable within the context of
these instructions.
Rules
Rules are used to automatically perform specified functions in response to certain events, which trigger scenes.
Scene
A scene lets you control multiple functions automatically. For example you can establish preset brightness levels for
multiple Z-wave controlled lights and then control them with one command. This is ideal for mood or task lighting. Scene 1
could be the family room lights set to dim for watching TV. Scene 2 could have the same lights set to a different brightness
level for other activities like reading or entertaining.
Schedules
The Schedules Feature can be used to program the system to automatically perform certain functions (i.e.; automatical
ly
arming the system in Stay mode and activating output [Z-Wave] devices) via Scenes.

Z-Wave Compatibility
Z-Wave devices may vary; follow the instructions provided with the specific device when including and
excluding devices into the Z-Wave network. Refer to the list to view the compatible devices.
Note:
Not all Z-wave devices have been tested and some features may produce unpredictable results.
Door Locks

Yale Real Living Push Button Lever Lock
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Lever Lock
Yale Real Living Push Button Deadbolt Lock
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt Lock
Schlage Link Deadbolt Lock
Schlage Link Lever Lock
Kwikset Smartcode Lever lock
Kwikset Smartcode Deadbolt Lock
Thermostats
Honeywell ECC
Wayne Dalton Zwave Thermostat
Trane Zwave Thermostat
Residential Control Systems Thermostat (Model TZ45)
Intermatic InTouch Thermostat (Model CA8900)


Appliance
HomeManageable Appliance Module
Wayne Dalton Small Appliance Module
GE Wireless Lighting Control Plug In Appliance Module
SOMFY
Cooper In-Wall Duplex Receptacle Module (Model RF9505-TDS)
Lights
Leviton/ViziaRF+ switches
Leviton/ViziaRF+ dimmers
Leviton/ViziaRF+ plug in modules
GE wireless lighting control dimmers
GE wireless lighting control Switches
GE wireless lighting control plug in lamp modules
Intermatic In-Wall Receptacle (Model HA01)
Cooper Plug-in Lighting Switch Module (Model RFAPM)
AEON Labs Lamp/Dimmer Module (Model DSC06106-ZWUS)
Remotec Lamp Dimmer Module (Model ZDS-100US)
Home Automation


Important Notes
Wireless Range
This device complies with the Z-Wave® standard of open-air, line of sight transmission distances of 100 feet. Actual performanc
e
in a home depends on the number of walls between the controller and the destination device, the type of construction and the
number of Z-Wave enabled devices installed in the control network.

Please Note:
Z-Wave home control networks are designed to work properly alongside wireless security sensors, Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth and other wireless devices. Some 900MHz wireless devices such as baby cams, wireless video devices and older
cordless phones may cause interference and limit Z-Wave functionality.

Things to consider regarding RF range:


Each wall or obstacle (such as refrigerator, big screen TV, etc.) between the remote and the destination device will
reduce the maximum range of 100 feet by approximately 25-30%.


Brick, tile or concrete walls block more of the RF signal than walls made of wooden studs and drywall.


Wall mounted Z-Wave devices installed in metal junction boxes will suffer a significant loss of range (approximately 20%)
since the metal box blocks a large part of the RF signal.
WARNING: NOT FOR USE WITH MEDICAL OR LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT!
Z-Wave enabled devices should never be used to supply power to, or control the On/Off status or medical and /or life support
equipment.

Additional Z-Wave Information
1. Once the system has reached node number 232, the system will not allow devices to be enrolled. Reset Controller needs to
be performed to allow the system to enroll Z-wave devices. The node numbers can be viewed by selecting Automation
Tools Advanced Tools View Enrolled Devices.
2. The system is not aware of door locks being enabled with any temporary user shutdown feature such as Vacation Mode. The
system will continue to unlock a door if programmed to do so via Rules, Schedules and Scenes.
3. Certain door lock models with thumbturns will provide a brief time window for you to turn the thumbturn before they
automatically lock on their own. These types of door locks are not recommended for use in conjunction with Z-Wave rules,
schedules, and scenes.











Z-Wave devices are identified by the Z-Wave logo and can be purchased from your local retailer.
Z-Wave is a registered trademark Sigma Designs, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.


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