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LYNX Touch Series
Security Systems

Installation and Setup Guide













800-10614V1 12/12 Rev. A LYNX Touch Installation and Setup Guide


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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION


The Following Recommendations for the Location of Fire and Burglary Detection Devices Help
Provide Proper Coverage for the Protected Premises.
Recommendations for Smoke and Heat Detectors
With regard to the number and placement of smoke/heat detectors, we subscribe to the
recommendations contained in the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) Standard #72
noted below.



Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the installation of fire detection equipment in all rooms
and
areas of the household as follows: For minimum protection a smoke detector should be installed outside of each
separate sleeping area, and on each additional floor of a multi-floor family living unit, including basements. The
installation of smoke detectors
in kitchens, attics (finished or unfinished), or in garages is not normally
recommended.


For additional protection the NFPA recommends that you install heat
or smoke detectors
in the living room,
dining room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), attic, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, basements and
attached garages.

In addition, we recommend the following:


Install a smoke detector inside every bedroom where a smoker sleeps.


Install a smoke detector inside every bedroom where someone sleeps with the door partly or completely
closed. Smoke could be blocked by the closed door. Also, an alarm in the hallway outside may not wake up the
sleeper if the door is closed.


Install a smoke detector inside bedrooms where electrical appliances (such as portable heaters, air
conditioners or humidifiers) are used.


Install a smoke detector at both ends of a hallway if the hallway is more than 40 feet (12 meters) long.


Install smoke detectors in any room where an alarm control is located, or in any room where alarm control
connections to an AC source or phone lines are made. If detectors are not so located, a fire within the room could
prevent the control from reporting a fire or an intrusion.

THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TEMPORAL PULSE
SOUNDING OF FIRE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.

DINING
KITCHEN
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
LIVING ROOM
BEDROOM
BDRM
DINING
LIVING ROOM
TV ROOM
KITCHEN
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
TO
BR
LVNG RM
BASEMENT
KTCHN
.
CLOSED
DOOR
GARAGE
Smoke Detectors for Minimum Protection
Smoke Detectors for Additional Protection
Heat-Activated Detectors
BDRM
floor_plan-001-V1


Recommendations For Proper Intrusion Protection


For proper intrusion coverage, sensors should be located at every possible point of entry to a home or
premises. This would include any skylights that may be present, and the upper windows in a multi-level
building.


In addition, we recommend that radio backup be used in a security system. This will ensure that alarm
signals can be sent to the alarm monitoring station in the event that the telephone lines are out of order (alarm
signals are normally sent over the phone lines, if connected to an alarm monitoring station). LYNX Touch Installation and Setup Guide


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Table of Contents
System Features
...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Features ......................................................................................................................
................................................................ 5
Mounting the Control
............................................................................................................................................................ 6
Wall Mounting .................................................................................................................
........................................................... 6
Desktop Mounting ..............................................................................................................
........................................................ 6
Wiring Overview
......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Wiring Connections
................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Installing the L5000-RJ-31X in the LYNX Touch Control .........................................................................
....................... 8
AC Power and Backup Battery
............................................................................................................................................ 9
Installing/Configuring Communications & Home Automation Modules
................................................................. 10
General .......................................................................................................................
.............................................................. 10
Connecting and Configuring Communications Modules .............................................................................
........................... 10
Installing the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G .........................................................................................
...................... 10
Installing the ILP5 ...........................................................................................................
................................................. 11
Installing the L5100-WiFi Module ..............................................................................................
..................................... 12
Installing the L5100-ZWAVE Module .............................................................................................
................................. 12
Installing Wireless Zones
.................................................................................................................................................... 13
General Information ...........................................................................................................
...................................................... 13
Zones .........................................................................................................................
......................................................... 13
Range .........................................................................................................................
........................................................ 13
Transmitters ..................................................................................................................
.................................................... 13
House Identification ..........................................................................................................
................................................ 13
Transmitter Supervision .......................................................................................................
............................................ 13
Transmitter Input Types .......................................................................................................
........................................... 13
Transmitter Battery Life ......................................................................................................
............................................ 13
RF Sniffer Mode Test ..........................................................................................................
.............................................. 14
Go/No Go Test
.................................................................................................................................................................... 14
5800 Series Transmitter Loop Numbers ..........................................................................................
................................ 15
Mechanics of Programming
................................................................................................................................................ 16
Navigating Menus ..............................................................................................................
...................................................... 16
Touch-screen Display ..........................................................................................................
.............................................. 16
Navigation Keys ...............................................................................................................
................................................. 16
Dashboard Screen ..............................................................................................................
............................................... 16
Security Screen Menus .........................................................................................................
............................................ 17
Installer Tools Menu ..........................................................................................................
............................................... 17
User Tools Menu ...............................................................................................................
................................................ 17
General Programming Information ...............................................................................................
.......................................... 18
Programming ...................................................................................................................
......................................................... 18
Enter Installer Programming Mode ..............................................................................................
................................... 18
Loading Factory Defaults
......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Select a Default Configuration ................................................................................................
......................................... 18
Exiting programming Mode ......................................................................................................
............................................... 19
Zone Response Type Definitions
....................................................................................................................................... 20
General Information ...........................................................................................................
...................................................... 20
Programming the Control
................................................................................................................................................... 22
Enter Installer Programming Mode without using Installer Code .................................................................
....................... 22
Change Installer Code
.............................................................................................................................................................. 22
Select a Language .............................................................................................................
....................................................... 22
System Type ...................................................................................................................
.......................................................... 23
Program Date and Time .........................................................................................................
.................................................. 25
Program the Communications Module .............................................................................................
....................................... 26
Program the Z-Wave Module .....................................................................................................
.............................................. 28
Program Zones .................................................................................................................
......................................................... 29
Program Keys ........................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Program Reporter ..............................................................................................................
....................................................... 33
Sounder .......................................................................................................................
.............................................................. 39
System Settings ...............................................................................................................
......................................................... 40
Communications Diagnostics
................................................................................................................................................... 43
Communications Status .........................................................................................................
........................................... 43
Ethernet Information ..........................................................................................................
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Table of Contents
(Continued)

GSM Information
............................................................................................................................................................... 43
Communications ID Numbers .....................................................................................................
..................................... 44
Test Communications ...........................................................................................................
............................................. 44
Setup Communications ..........................................................................................................
........................................... 44
Registering the LYNX Touch ....................................................................................................
........................................ 44
Register through AlarmNet Direct Website ......................................................................................
............................... 45
Register by Phone .............................................................................................................
................................................. 45
Register through LYNX Touch Diagnostics .......................................................................................
.............................. 45
Register Device with PIN .....................................................................................................
............................................ 46
Update Server .................................................................................................................
................................................... 47
Enroll the L5100-WiFi Module ..................................................................................................
....................................... 48
Enroll Using Scan Access Points ...............................................................................................
....................................... 48
Manually Configure Access Points ..............................................................................................
..................................... 48
WiFi Protected Set-up (WPS)
............................................................................................................................................ 49
Factory Defaults ..............................................................................................................
.................................................. 49
Remote Programming/Control (Downloading)
.............................................................................................................. 50
General Information ...........................................................................................................
...................................................... 50
Remote Programming Information ................................................................................................
.......................................... 50
Remote Programming Advisory Notes .............................................................................................
................................ 51
System Operation
.................................................................................................................................................................. 52
Key/Touchscreen Operation .....................................................................................................
................................................ 52
Panic Key/Icons
......................................................................................................................................................................... 52
Security Codes ................................................................................................................
.......................................................... 52
Installer Code ................................................................................................................
.................................................... 52
Master Code ...................................................................................................................
.................................................... 52
Enter/Change the Master Code by Installer .....................................................................................
............................... 52
Secondary User Codes ..........................................................................................................
............................................. 53
Reset Master User Code ........................................................................................................
............................................ 53
Security Code Notes ...........................................................................................................
............................................... 53
“Follow Me” System Announcement Feature .......................................................................................
................................... 54
“Follow Me” Reminder Feature ..................................................................................................
.............................................. 55
Remote Phone Control Feature ..................................................................................................
.............................................. 55
System Displays................................................................................................................
........................................................ 56
Zone Status Displays ..........................................................................................................
...................................................... 56
Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice Feature)...............................................................................
................................ 57
Activation ....................................................................................................................
....................................................... 57
Operator Commands .............................................................................................................
............................................ 57
Event Log .....................................................................................................................
............................................................. 58
Contact ID & SIA Event Log Codes ..............................................................................................
........................................... 58
Testing the System
................................................................................................................................................................ 59
Test Modes ....................................................................................................................
............................................................ 59
Testing the System ............................................................................................................
....................................................... 59
Armed System Test .............................................................................................................
..................................................... 59
Dialer Test ...................................................................................................................
............................................................. 59
Zone Discovery Mode ...........................................................................................................
..................................................... 60
Rebooting the System ..........................................................................................................
..................................................... 60
LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada Programming Default Values
................................................................................. 61
LYNX Touch Programming Default Values
..................................................................................................................... 64
Zone Programming Default Values
................................................................................................................................... 66
Regulatory Agency Statements
.......................................................................................................................................... 68
Limitations of this System Statement
.............................................................................................................................. 69
UL Notices

............................................................................................................................................................................... 70
SIA Quick Reference Guide
................................................................................................................................................ 71

Specifications
......................................................................................................................................................................... 72
Contacting Technical Support
........................................................................................................................................... 73
Glossary
................................................................................................................................................................................... 74
Index
........................................................................................................................................................................................ 77
Summary of Connections Diagram
................................................................................................................................... 79
Warranty Information
.......................................................................................................................................... Rear Cover
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System Features
The LYNX Touch control is a self-contained, rechargeable wireless control/communicator that features easy
installation and usage. A built-in speaker provides voice annunciation of system status along with voice
descriptors of each zone. An internal module (if provided) allows the LYNX Touch to communicate with the
Central Station via the Internet or GSM Cellular Wireless.
UL
LYNX Touch is not intended for UL985 Household Fire applications unless a 24-hour backup battery (P/N
300-03866/LYNXRCHKIT-SHA) is installed.
Features
System Features



4.7-inch color graphic touch screen


Message center (for user recorded messages)


Voice announcement of system and zone status

Voice chime

Reminders


Automatic stay arming


Remote phone control


Speaker phone operation


“Follow me” reminder and system announcements


16 User Codes (Installer, Master, Babysitter, Duress)


3 Panic Functions


16 Programmable reminders


Supports up to four Mobile Internet Devices (MID) (WiFi
Tablet) that duplicates functions of the LYNX Touch
i.e.; Security, Web Content and Home Automation
control)
Home Automation



Control Z-Wave Home Automation devices (requires
installation of a Communications Module). Control up
to:
- 3 thermostats
- 4 door locks
- 40 devices (outlets, switches, lamps/appliances)


Supports Z-Wave Network Wide Inclusion (NWI) Mode


Supports Garage Door Feature (5877 Relay
Receiver)


Up to 20 Programmable scheduled events, rules
and scenes.
Zones and Devices


64 total zones including 1 Hardwire (EOLR, N/C,
N/O) zone and up to 63 wireless zones (5800
Series transmitters)


2 Resident Monitor Zone Types

Supports wireless keypads


Built-in Case tamper
Communication



ADEMCO Contact ID

SIA (DC-03)


Internet central station communication


GSM cellular central station communication


WiFi Central station communication


Two-way voice communication


Supports AlarmNet remote services
System Power


Primary Power: Plug-in Power Supply, 110VAC to
9VDC, 2.7A output 300-04705 or 300-04065 (300-
04063 in Canada)


Backup battery: Rechargeable nickel-metal hydride
battery pack rated at 7.2Vdc. (P/N 300-03864-
1/LYNXRCHKIT-SC or 300-03866/LYNXRCHKIT-
SHA)
Alarm Output


Built-in sounder


Steady output for burglary/panic


Temporal (3) pulse output for fire alarms


Temporal (4) pulse output for carbon monoxide
alarms


Long Range Radio (GSM)/Audio Alarm Verification

Trigger output

Programming



Options stored in EEROM


Can be uploaded, downloaded or controlled via
IBM-compatible computer using Compass
downloader software and specified HAYES or
Honeywell CIA modem or via capable GSM, IP or
WiFi communications module

Flash downloading
Other Features


Exit error feature (detects difference between an
actual alarm and exit alarm caused by leaving a
door open after the exit delay expires)


Event log stores up to 128 events


RF jam detection


Two installer programmable user (Follow Me)
phone numbers


Advanced Protection Logic™ (APL) (Minimizes the
likelihood of the system being disabled before
notification can be sent to the Central Station
indicating that the premise has been
compromised.)


Displays web content including Local News,
Weather and Traffic (requires Total Connect
Service)


Dealer/Central Station messages (requires Total
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Mounting the Control
Wall Mounting


5100-100-064-V0
LOCKING
TABS
TIE WRAP
POINTS (2)
FRONT
CASE
BACK
CASE
INSTALL
SCREW
IN CASE
TAMPER
MOUNTING
HOLES (4)
ROTATE
FRONT CASE
UPWARD
TO RELEASE
HOOKS
TIE WRAP
POINT (3)
MOUNTING
HOOKS (HINGES)
Release the front case from the back case by
depressing the two locking tabs at the top of the unit
with the blade of a medium size screwdriver.
Separate the front and back case assemblies by rotating
the front case so that it is perpendicular to the back
case and unsnapping (releasing) the two hooks from the
back case.
Feed the field wiring through the appropriate openings
in the back case. Use tie-wraps to secure the wiring to
the built-in wire loops as needed.
DETAIL A
Mount the back case to a sturdy wall using self tapping screws.
If required, install an additional mounting screw in the case
tamper (see Detail A).
Attach the front and back cases by connecting the
hooks on the front case to the attachments on the back
case. Once attached, the hooks will support the front
case and allow you to make the wiring connections.
After all wiring connections have been made, snap the
front case and back case closed and ensure that the case
is secured by the locking tabs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Desktop Mounting
For desktop mounting, the optional mounting base (model L5000DM, purchased separately) must be used.

5100-500-004-V0
Slide the control panel onto the mounting base locking
tabs.
Bring all wiring through the bottom of the mounting
base, using one of the wire entry locations, before
making connections to the control panel.
Use tie-wraps to secure the wiring to the built-in wire
loops as needed.
Use the supplied screws to secure the control panel to
the mounting base.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wiring Overview
The following summarizes the connections required. Refer to the Wiring Connections paragraph and the
Summary of Connections diagram on the inside back cover when making connections.
5100-100-062-V0
TERMINAL
STRIP
TELEPHONE
CONNECTION
TELEPHONE
CONNECTIONS
POWER SUPPLY
RECEPTACLE
STANDARD
CAPACITY BATTERY
CONNECTION
SUPER
HIGH CAPACITY
BATTERY
CONNECTION
EDGE
CONNECTOR
TAMPER
SWITCH
GSMVLP5-4G/ILP5
RECEPTACLE
EDGE
CONNECTOR
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Wiring Connections


FULL LINE SEIZURE CONNECTIONS
RJ31X
1
2
3
45
6
7
8
RING
TIP
INCOMING
PHONE LINE
TO
PREMISES PHONES
INCOMING
PHONE LINE
TO
PREMISES
PHONES
GREEN
RED
GREY
BROWN
RING
TIP
DIRECT
CONNECT
CORD
OR
OR
8-POSITION
JACK
5000-100-094-V2
H/S T
H/S R
RING
TIP
BROWN
GREY
RED
GREEN
Make Earth Ground Connection
- The designated earth ground
terminal EGND must be terminated in a good earth ground for the
lightning transient protective devices in this product to be effective.
The following are examples of good earth grounds available at
most installations:
Metal Cold Water Pipe - Secure a non-corrosive metal strap
(copper is recommended) to the pipe that is electrically connected
and secured to which the ground lead is electrically connected and
secured.
AC Power Outlet Ground - Available from 3-prong, 120VAC power
outlets only. To test the integrity of the ground terminal, use a
three-wire circuit tester with neon lamp indicators, such as the UL
Listed Ideal Model 61-035, or equivalent, available at most
electrical supply stores.
Make Phone Line Connections
- For local or full line seizure
follow the appropriate steps below.
Local Seizure
1.
2.
3.
4.
c.
d.
e.
f.
a.
b.
c.
a.
b.
a.
Connect the incoming phone line to either the 8 position jack or
terminals TIP and RING on the LYNX Touch as shown on the
Summary of Connections.
Connect the handset phone lines to terminals H/S T (TIP) and
H/S R (RING) as shown on the Summary of Connections.
terminals as shown in the diagram or plug into the 8-position
Hardwired Zone Connections
- One EOLR supervised zone
supports both open circuit and closed circuit devices and has a
response time of 350msec. Maximum zone resistance: 300 ohms,
plus EOLR
Note:
The hardwire zone cannot be used as a fire zone.
HARDWIRED ZONE: If the EOLR is not at the end of the
loop, the zone will not be properly supervised, and the
system may not respond to an open circuit on the zone.
Cut the incoming RING and TIP phone lines (typically red and
green, respectively) and connect them to RJ31X terminals 4
(red) and 5 (green).
Connect the premises end of the cut RING and TIP wires to
RJ31X terminals 1 (grey) and 8 (brown) respectively.
Wire the flying leads of a Direct Connect Cord to the control's
phone terminals as shown in the diagram or plug into the
8-position jack.
Plug the Direct Connect Cord into the RJ31X jack.
Full Line Seizure:
The control must be placed in series with the
incoming phone line. Plugging the Direct Connect Cord directly into
the RJ31X jack, allows the control to seize the phone line when an
alarm occurs and normal phone line usage by the premises
phones if the plug needs to be removed.
Connect terminal EGND to a good earth ground as shown on the
Summary of Connections.
Connect sensors/contacts to the hardwired zone terminals GND
(-) and HWZ1 (+). Refer to the Summary of Connections
diagram.
Connect closed circuit devices in series in the high (+) side of
the loop. The EOL resistor must be connected in series with the
devices, following the last device.
Connect open circuit devices in parallel across the loop. The
2000-ohm EOLR must be connected across the loop at the last
device.
AC Power Connections
- Connect the Power Supply to the
receptacle on the LYNX Touch.
OR
Connect wires from the Power Supply to +9VDC and EGND
terminals as shown on the summary of connections diagram.
WIRE
GAUGE
MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN
POWER SUPPLY AND CONTROL
Up to 11 feet
Up to 20 feet
Up to 26 feet
# 22
# 20
# 18
WIRING TABLE
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Wiring Connections
Installing the L5000-RJ31X in the LYNX Touch Control
An auxiliary L5000-RJ31X receptacle can be installed in the LYNX Touch that will allow the telephone cable
to be disconnected without requiring the unit to be opened up.


1.
Using a wire cutter or knife cut the plastic tabs that secure the receptacle knockout from the left side of the LYNX Touch b
ack case.
2.
Connect four wires between the L5000-RJ31X receptacle terminal strip and the incoming phone line and the premises telephones

as shown on the figure below.
3.
Install the L5000-RJ31X receptacle into the slot on the back case.
4.
Connect one end of the L5000-RJ31X cable to the 8-position jack on the LYNX Touch PC board.
5.
Route the cable through the opening in the back case and along the wire channel in the back case.
6.
Connect the other end of the cable to the L5000-RJ31X receptacle on the side of the back case as shown below.
7.
Secure the wires to the tie wrap points on LYNX Touch front and back case with the provided tie wraps.

To allow flush wall or desk mounting of the control, ensure that L5000-RJ31X cable is routed through the
channel in the case back. Ensure enough slack is left in the wires to allow the case to close without pinching
the wires.


5100-100-063-V0
INCOMING / PREMISES TELEPHONE WIRING
REMOVE
KNOCKOUT
TIE WRAP
POINT
TIE WRAP
POINT
L5000-RJ31X
CABLE
L5000-RJ31X
REFER TO
WIRING
SCHEMATIC
FOR
CONNECTIONS
L5000-RJ31X
TERMINAL STRIP
RING
TIP
HS TIP
HS RING
INCOMING
PHONE LINE
TO PREMISES
TELEPHONES
L5000-RJ31X WIRING


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AC Power and Backup Battery

The system is powered by a 9 Volt DC, 2.7 Amp Plug-in Power Supply, 300-04705 or 300-04065 (300-04063

in Canada). Refer to the wiring table below for wire gauge and length. In the event of an AC power loss, the
system is supported by a long life backup battery that is supervised for connection and for low voltage
conditions. If the battery is missing, or a low battery condition is detected, a “low battery” message is
displayed and a report is sent to the central station. In addition, the system will beep once every 45 seconds
to audibly indicate a low battery condition (press any key to stop the beeping).

Use only the provided 300-04705 or 300-04065 (300-04063 Canada)

Power Supply. Do not plug the power
supply into the AC outlet until after all wiring connections have been made. Ensure the cover is snapped
closed prior to applying AC power


The LYNX Touch is equipped with an integral, replaceable, rechargeable battery pack

rated at 7.2Vdc.
Select the appropriate battery pack, based on the installation’s requirement, and install the battery pack.

5000-100-093-V0
OR
RETAINER
SCREW
RETAINER
SCREW
Remove battery retainer.
Insert battery pack into back case.
Route cable through channel (cutout) on left side of
compartment.
Install battery retainer.
Secure battery retainer with the provided screw.
Secure battery wiring in the wire routing clips (3).
Connect the battery connector to the receptacle on the PC
board.
After the wiring connection has been made, snap the front
and the back case closed.
Plug the power supply into a 24-hour, 110VAC unswitched
outlet. Upon powerup, the system will display "Please Wait
Checking System Integrity".
When battery replacement is required, unplug the
transformer from the wall outlet, and open the control panel
cover.
Disconnect the battery pack connector from the receptacle
on the PC Board.
Remove the screw that secures the battery retainer and
remove the battery retainer.
Remove the battery pack from the back case.
Install a replacement battery pack (P/N 300-03864-1/
LYNXRCHKIT-SC or P/N 300-03866/LYNXRCHKIT-SHA)
into the back case.
Route cable through channel (cutout) on left side of
compartment.
Install the battery retainer.
Secure battery retainer with the provided screw.
Secure battery wiring in the wire routing clips (3).
Connect the battery connector to the receptacle on the PC
board.
After the wiring connection has been made, snap the front
and the back case closed.
Plug the power supply into a 24-hour, 110VAC unswitched
outlet. Upon powerup, the system will display "Please Wait
Checking System Integrity".

Battery Selection
The LYNX Touch is equipped with an integral, replaceable, rechargeable
battery pack rated at 7.2Vdc. Select the appropriate battery pack,
based on the installation's requirement, and install the battery pack.
Battery Part Number
Battery StandbyTime
Low Battery Notification
300-03866/
LYNXRCHKIT-SHA
300-03864-1/
LYNXRCHKIT-SC
4-hours (minimum) Approximately 1-hour before battery depletion
mf
r
24-hours (mini um) At least 1-hour be ore batte y depletion
Installing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
Replacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
BATTERY
CABLE
CHANNEL
BATTERY
WIRE ROUTING
CLIPS (3)
Ensure the control panel assembly is snapped closed
prior to applying AC power. Rechargeable batteries may
take up to 48-hours to fully charge. The "Low Battery"
message should clear within four hours or by entering an
OFF sequence.
BATTERY PACK
(P/N 300-03866/
LYNXRCHKIT-SHA)
BATTERY PACK
(P/N 300-03864-1/
LYNXRCHKIT-SC)



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Installing/Configuring Communication & Home Automation Modules
General
This LYNX Touch control supports central station reporting using wireless (GSM) and hardwire (IP)
communications modules. It also supports upload/download programming capability via the Internet or a
Private local area network (Intranet). This allows site maintenance independent of central station
monitoring, and modification to sites globally via the Internet or through a private LAN. Refer to the
instructions provided with the LRR/IP Communications Module being installed for additional information
regarding its installation, programming, and registration. The control is compatible with the following
AlarmNet Communications Modules:


GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G GSM Communication Module


ILP5 Ethernet Communications Module
Communications Module 24-Hour Standby Power
If you require 24-hour standby, you must install the Super High Capacity battery P/N LYNX-RCHB-SHA in
the control.
!

RF Exposure
WARNING: The LYNX Touch must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 in (20 cm) from all
persons and not co-located or operated in conjunction with any other transmitter except in accordance with FCC
multi-transmitter product procedures.

Connecting and Configuring Communication Modules

Connect and configure the communications module as follows:
Installing the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G

!

Ensure that SIM card and the connector board are securely installed in the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G
before installing the communications module in the LYNX Touch.


1.
Install the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G into the LYNX Touch control front case. Ensure that the connector board is properly seate
d
into the receptacle on the control.
2.
Secure the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G with the three provided screws.
3.
Enable the GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G device, configure alarm reporting and module supervision and register the device. Refer to

the “Program the Communications Module” and “Communications Diagnostics” sections.

The communications module must be registered with AlarmNet before downloading or alarm reporting can
take place.

SCREW
(3)
SIM
CARD
5000-100-151-V2
ROTATED
180
CONNECTOR
BOARD
CONNECTOR
BOARD
RECEPTACLE
GSMVLP5-4G/
GSMVLP5CN4G
LYNX TOUCH
LOCKING TABS
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Installing/Configuring Communication & Home Automation Modules

Installing the ILP5 Ethernet Communications Module

!

Do not install the ILP5 if the L5100-WiFi communications module is being installed.
Ensure that the connector board and cable are securely installed in the ILP5 before installing the
communications module in the LYNX Touch.


1.
Using a wire cutter or knife cut the plastic tabs that secure the ILP5 spacer to the back case of the LYNX Touch.
2.
Remove the ILP5 receptacle knockout from the left side of the LYNX Touch back case.
3.
Install the ILP5 into the LYNX Touch control front case. Ensure that the connector board is properly seated into the recepta
cle on the
control.
4.
Secure the ILP5 with the three provided screws.
5.
Insert the ILP5 receptacle and spacer into the slot on the back case.
6.
Secure the communications cable to the tie wrap point on the ILP5 with the provided tie wrap.
7.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ45 receptacle.
8.
Enable the ILP5 and configure alarm reporting and module supervision and register the device. Refer to the “Program the
Communications Module” and “Communications Diagnostics” sections.
Alternate Installation
(Refer to the Alternate Installation as shown on the figure below)

1.
Install the ILP5 into the LYNX Touch control front case. Ensure that the connector board is properly seated into the recepta
cle on the
control.
2.
Secure the ILP5 with the three provided screws.
3.
Insert the ILP5 receptacle into the slot on the back case as shown on the figure below.
4.
Secure the communications cable to the tie wrap point on the ILP5 with the provided tie wrap.
5.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ45 receptacle.
6.
Enable the ILP5 and configure alarm reporting and module supervision and register the device. Refer to the “Program the
Communications Module” and “Communications “Diagnostics” sections.

The communications module must be registered with AlarmNet before downloading or alarm reporting
can take place.

SCREW
(3)
5100-100-065-V0
ROTATED
180
CONNECTOR
BOARD
CONNECTOR BOARD
RECEPTACLE
ILP5
LYNX TOUCH
TIE
WRAP
POINT
REMOVE ILP5
SPACER
ILP5 SPACER
REMOVE ILP5
KNOCKOUT
TIE
WRAP
(1)
TO ILP5
LYNX TOUCH
ALTERNATE INSTALLATION
RJ45
RECEPTACLE
RJ45 RECEPTACLE
ETHERNET CABLE

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Installing/Configuring Communication & Home Automation Modules
!

Do not install the L5100-WiFi if the ILP5 Ethernet communications module is being installed.

Installing the L5100-WiFi module

1.
Install the L5100-WiFi into the LYNX Touch control front case as shown below. Ensure that the receptacle is properly seated
into the
edge connector on the right (speaker) side of the control’s circuit board.
2.
Enable the L5100-WiFi module, configure alarm reporting and module supervision and register the device. Refer to the “Progra
m the
Communications Module” and “Communications Diagnostics” sections.

The communications module must be registered with AlarmNet before downloading or alarm reporting can
take place.

Installing the L5100-ZWAVE Home Automation module

1.
Enable the L5100-ZWAVE module. Refer to the “Program the Z-Wave Module”.
2.
Install the L5100-ZWAVE into the LYNX Touch control front case as shown below. Ensure that the receptacle is properly seated
into the
edge connector on the left (TELCO terminal) side of the control’s circuit board.

5100-100-054-V0
RECEPTACLE
EDGE
CONNECTOR
L5100-WiFi
RECEPTACLE
EDGE CONNECTOR
LYNX TOUCH
L5100-ZWAVE

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Installing Wireless Zones
General Information
Zones

The control supports up to 63 total wireless zones using 5800 Series transmitters, and wireless buttons.
Range
The built-in RF receiver can detect signals from wireless transmitters within a nominal range of 200 feet.
Transmitters
5800 Series transmitters have built-in serial numbers that must be entered into the system using the
“Zones” programming section, or input to the control via the downloader. 5800 Series transmitters (except
the 5800RL) do not have DIP switches. Each transmitter's zone number is also programmed into the system
in the “Zones” programming section. Some transmitters, such as the 5816 and 5817, can support more than
one "zone" (referred to as loops or inputs). On the 5816, for example, the wire connection terminal block is
loop 1; the reed contact is loop 2. Each loop must be assigned a different zone number.
For button transmitters (RF "keys") such as the 5804, you must assign a unique zone number to each
individual button used on the transmitter. Each button on the transmitter also has a pre-designated loop or
input number, which is automatically displayed.


UL
The 5816 and 5817 Transmitters do not have EOL supervision of their loop wiring, which must not exceed 3 feet.
The 5800RL, 5802MN, 5802MN2, 5804, 5804BD, 5804BDV, 5804E, 5814, 5816TEMP, 5819, 5819S(WHS & BRS), 5828/5828V
and 5850(GBD) transmitters have not been evaluated by UL.

House Identification

If you are using a 5804BD/5804BDV Wireless Keypad with the system, you must program a House ID Code
(01–31) as described in the “SYSTEM TYPE” programming section to establish proper communication, and
the keypad must be set to the same ID. House ID 00 disables all wireless keypads. An RF House ID is not
necessary for other 5800 Series transmitters; the entry should be left at “00” (default) in those cases.
Transmitter Supervision
With the exception of some transmitters/keypads that may be carried off-premises (5804, 5804BD,
5804BDV, 5804E and 5805-6), each transmitter is supervised by a check-in signal that is sent to the
receiver at 70–90 minute intervals. If at least one check-in is not received from each supervised transmitter
within a 12-hour period, the "missing" transmitter zone number(s) and "Supervision" will be displayed. The
supervision for a particular transmitter in the system that may also be carried off the premises
(5802/5802MN2, 5802MN) may be turned off by entering it as a Unsupervised RF (UR) type, as described in
the “ZONES” programming section. 5800 Series transmitters have built-in tamper protection and will
annunciate as a fault condition if covers are removed. In Canada the RF supervision period is 3-hours for
Fire zones and 12 hours for all other zone types.
Transmitter Input Types
Each of the transmitters has one or more unique factory-assigned input (loop) ID codes. Each of the inputs
requires a programming zone

(e.g., a 5804's four inputs require four button zones)
. Transmitters can be entered
as one of the following types
(see transmitter’s instructions for appropriate input type)
:

Type Description
Supervised RF ("RF")
Sends periodic check-in signals, as well as fault, restore, and low battery signals. The
transmitter must remain within the receiver's range.

Unsupervised RF ("UR")
Sends all the signals that the "RF" type does, but the control does not supervise the check-in
signals. The transmitter may therefore be carried off-premises.

Unsupervised Button RF ("BR")
Sends only fault signals. They do not send low battery signals until they are activated. The
transmitter may be carried off-premises.

Transmitter Battery Life


Batteries in the wireless transmitters may last from 4–7 years, depending on the environment, usage, and
the specific wireless device being used. Factors such as humidity, high or low temperatures, as well as
large swings in temperature may all reduce the actual battery life in a given installation. The wireless
system can identify a true low battery situation, thus allowing the dealer or user of the system time to
arrange a change of battery and maintain protection for that point within the system.


Button-type transmitters should be periodically tested for battery life. The 5802MN, 5802MN2, 5804,
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Installing Wireless Zones
RF Sniffer Test Mode
This mode is used after all transmitters have been entered to check that all transmitters have been properly
programmed. Sniffer mode does not automatically expire. You must manually exit Sniffer mode by selecting
Off and entering the Installer Code to return to normal operation.

SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-096-V0
Test

1. At the Tools Screen, select “Test”. The following options are displayed.
Walk Test
Go-No-Go Test
RF Sniffer Test
Dialer Test

5000-100-102-V0
RF Sniffer
Test

2. Select “RF Sniffer Test” from the options.
Note:
If the communicator is in the process of sending a report to the central station, the
system will not go into the Sniffer mode. If so, wait a few minutes and try again.

3. The system displays all programmed zone numbers and zone descriptors, which have a
non-zero Zone Type. Fault each transmitter in turn, causing each one to send a signal. As
the system receives a signal from each of the transmitters, the zone number of that
transmitter disappears

from the display. The transmitters may be checked upon installation,
or in an installed system. The system will beep once every 30-40 seconds while the RF
Sniffer Test mode is active.
4. When all transmitters have been checked, Exit RF Sniffer

Test mode by depressing the Off
key and entering the Installer or a User Code
.


Notes:
(1) All button-type (BR) units must physically be activated to clear the display, since they do not automatically send
check-in signals.

(2) When one button of a button type, supervised or unsupervised RF transmitter (RF, UR, or BR) is activated, all zones assign
ed to
other buttons on that transmitter are cleared. This also applies to 5816 and 5817 transmitters that have multiple loops (zones)
.

(3) Any transmitter that is not “entered” will not turn off its zone number.

(4) For SIA installations, the following devices may be used as specified for panic (24-hour) alarm response:

wireless keys which have two-button panic pairs available (e.g., 5804BDV), on which only the two-button panic pairs may be
programmed for any 24-hour alarm response

wireless keypads (e.g., 5828/5828V) keypads that have a two-second delay on the special function keys, or two-button panic
pairs

built-in keypad panic key
Go/No Go Test Mode

Conducting this test with your hand wrapped around the transmitter will cause inaccurate results.
On button type transmitters that have been programmed to set ARM AWAY, ARM STAY, or DISARM, pressing a
button will take the system out of the Go/No Go Test mode causing the programmed action to occur.

The Go/No Go

tests will verify adequate RF signal strength from the proposed transmitter location, and
allow you to reorient or relocate transmitters if necessary, before mounting the transmitters permanently.
This mode is similar to the transmitter Test mode, except that the wireless receiver gain is reduced. This
will enable you to make sure that the RF signal from each transmitter is received with sufficient signal
amplitude when the system is in the normal operating mode.

SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-096-V0
Test

1. At the Tools Screen, select “Test”. The following options are displayed.
Walk Test
Go-No-Go Test
RF Sniffer Test
Dialer Test

5000-100-103-V0
Go-No-Go
Test

2. Select “Go-No-Go Test”.
3. Once you have placed transmitters in their desired locations, and the approximate length of
wire to be run to sensors is connected to the transmitter's screw terminals (if used), fault
each transmitter
.
a. The keypad beeps three times indicating signal reception, displays the appropriate
zone number and announced the zone description.
b. If the keypad does not beep, reorient or move the transmitter to another location.
Usually a few inches in either direction is all that is required.
4. If each transmitter produces the proper keypad response when faulted, they can be
permanently mounted according to their respective instructions.
5. The system will beep once every 30-40 seconds while the Go-No-Go Test mode is active.
6. Exit Go-No-Go Test mode by depressing the Off key and entering the Installer or a User
Code.
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Installing Wireless Zones
5800 Series Transmitter Loop Numbers

(Refer to this information when programming transmitters)

The following illustration shows the compatible transmitters, their associated input types and loop
designations.
LOOP 1
5806/5806W3/5807
5808/5808LST/5808W3
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5809
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5818
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
LOOPS
1 - 3
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5814
ENROLL
AS
"RF"
5800-002-V1
LOOP 1
(MOTION)
5897
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5890/5890PI
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5802MN
ENROLL AS
"UR" OR "RF"
5805-6
ENROLL AS
"BR"
5804BD/5804BDV
ENROLL AS
"BR"
PROGRAM HOUSE ID
LOOP 4
LOOP
3
LOOP 1
LOOP 2



















5804/5804E
ENROLL AS "BR"
5816TEMP
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5817
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 2
(AUX.
CENTER)
LOOP 1
(PRIMARY)
LOOP 3
(AUX.
RIGHT)
5822T
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5877
5816MN
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
ALTERNATE
POSITION
FOR LOOP 2
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
5828/5828V
PROGRAM
HOUSE ID
5821
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5820L
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5819S (WHS & BRS)
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(INTERNAL
SHOCK
SENSOR
LOOP 2
(REED)
5819
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
5800WAVE
PROGRAM
HOUSE ID
5800PIR-OD
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800PIR/
5800PIR-COM
ENROLL AS "RF"
5811
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800PIR-RES
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800Micra
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800CO
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800SS1
ENROLL AS "RF"
5800RL
SET
HOUSE ID
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
(LOW
SENSITIVITY
LOOP 2
(HIGH
SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 3 (TEMP)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
LOOP 1
(HIGH
SECURITY)
LOOP 2
(STANDARD
SECURITY)
LOOP 3 (TILT MODE)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
LOOP 1
(LOW
SENSITIVITY
LOOP 2
(HIGH
SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 3 (TEMP)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
5834-4
ENROLL AS "BR"
5894PI
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5802MN2
ENROLL AS
"UR" OR "RF"
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
5878
ENROLL AS
"BR"
5870API
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5853
ENROLL AS
"RF"
ARMED
READY
MESSAGE
MIC
LOOP 1
(LOW SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 2
(HIGH SENSITIVITY)
5898
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 4
LOOP 1
LOOP 2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
3
AWAY
STAY
1
2
4
OFF
ON
43
21
OFF
ON
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
SERIAL #2 - LOOP 1 = ON + 4 BUTTONS
LOOP 4 = 3 + 4 BUTTONS
SERIAL #2
LOOP 4
LOOP 3
5816
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(TEMP
SENSOR)
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 2
(REED)


Notes:
(1)
The 5806W3 smoke detector must be used in SIA applications.

(2) Button type (BR) devices send only fault and low battery signals; no restore or check-in signals.


Supervised RF (RF) devices send periodic check-in signals, faults, restore and low battery signals.


Unsupervised RF (UR) devices send periodic check-in signals, faults, restore and low battery signals but the control does not

supervise the check-in signals.
(3) If an external sounder is required, the 5800WAVE should be used.
(4) The 5804E and 5834-4 encrypted (High-Security) devices must be activated while the system is in Go/No-Go Test Mode. Refer
to the transmitter’s Installation Instruction for complete details. The system will confirm the enrollment of the encrypted dev
ice
by beeping two times

UL

The

5800RL, 5802MN, 5802MN2, 5804, 5804BD, 5804BDV, 5814, 5816TEMP, 5819, 5819S(WHS & BRS), and
5828/5828V wireless transmitters
have not been evaluated by UL
.
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Mechanics of Programming

Navigating Menus

Touch-screen Display
LYNX Touch’s Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) touch-screen displays variable icons and text on “screens”. The
screen displays status icons and associated text, the current time and date, system status information and
menu choices. The Menu area includes a list of commands, or choices that apply to the current selection. The
status area provides information about various system events and a colored bar also provides an indication
of system status. A “Home Screen” is displayed whenever power is applied to the system. In addition the
Green (Ready) LED is lit when the system is ready or flashes when it is not. The Red (Armed) LED is lit
when the system is Armed.

Arm Away
Ready To Arm
SYSTEM
STATUS
SYSTEM/ZONE
STATUS
FUNCTION
KEYS
LEDs
Delay
Phone
More
Automation
Message
Zones
Arm Stay
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Home Screen (page 1)

Function Keys

Panic key
Initiates panic alarm options when
depressed for 4 seconds.


Away ke
y
Initiates Arm Away option.


Off (Disarm) ke
y

Initiates disarm process.


Home ke
y
Used to exit from a screen or return to
the home screen.




Navigation Keys
Navigating through the screens is accomplished by lightly touching the menu item on the touch-screen. Once
activated, the control will take you to the next screen. Selecting the “Home” (cancel) key or the “
2
” Key will
return you to the previous screen at any time unless System Programming mode is active. By Touching
(selecting) an icon or key the system, depending on the function, advances to another screen, toggles between
options or scrolls through multiple options that can be selected. The system provides a prompt when a
specific input is required.
Note:
You may find it convenient to adjust the volume setting before entering the Program Mode. This will allow you to clearly
hear the feedback announcements or system beeps from the system’s built-in speaker. To adjust the volume, select
“More” on the “Home Screen” and then select “Settings”. Adjust the volume using the slide displayed on the Settings
screen and then select “Save” to accept. Upon exiting the Program Mode, the system resets the volume to the default
value (mid level).

Dashboard Screen
When Total Connect Services are connected and web content is enabled, the Home Screen is replaced by the
Dashboard Screen. System Status is displayed at the top of each screen. In addition to the system status, the
Dashboard Screen displays time and date, weather and five selection “icons”.
Security
Automation
Notices
News
Traffic
5100-100-001-V1
72
2
68
35
1:
F
PM
October 26, 2011
5-Day Forecast
Feels Like 71
Mostly Sunny
F
Ready To Arm
Selection Function
Security
Provides access to Security Menu.
Notices *
Provides access to Notices page.
Automation *
Provides access to Automation page.
News *
Provides access to News page.
Traffic *
Provides access to Traffic page.
5-Day
Forecast *
Provides access to local 5-Day weather
forecast page.
Weather *
Provides local forecast and severe
weather alerts (if enabled)
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Mechanics of Programming
Security Menu Screens
System Status is displayed at the top of each screen. The time and date are displayed at the bottom of the
Home Screen. The Security Home Screen consists of two pages. The first page displays the system status
and eight selection “buttons” and “tabs”. The displayed pages and options may vary slightly depending upon
the devices and services that are installed in or connected to the system.


Selection Function
Zones
Provides access to Zone information and options.
Automation
Provides access to the Z-Wave Device and Home Automation Screen.
Arm Away
Used to Arm the system in Away mode (displayed on both Home Screen pages).
Arm Stay
Used to Arm the system in Stay mode (displayed on both Home Screen pages).
Message
Provides access to Message Center.
Phone
Provides access to Speaker Phone mode. (if programmed)
Delay/Instant
Used to toggle between exit delay and instant arming options (displayed on Home Screen pages).
More
Advances system to second page of the Home Screen.
The second page also displays the system status and seven selection “buttons” and “tabs”.
Selection Function
System
Provides information about system status
Tools
Provides access to Installer and User Programming Menus (Master User Code required for access).
Arm Away
Used to Arm the system in Away mode (displayed on both Home Screen pages).
Arm Stay
Used to Arm the system in Stay mode (displayed on both Home Screen pages).
Dashboard
Used to return to the Dashboard Screen (displayed if connected to Total Connect Services)
Settings
Provides access to various keypad functions (i.e.; Brightness, Contrast, Volume, Voice, Chime & Ringer).
Delay/Instant
Used to toggle between exit delay and instant arming options (displayed on both Home Screen pages).
Back
Returns system to first page of the Home Screen.
Installer Tools Menu
The Tools/Installer Menu provides access to the
Installer configurable features and displays six options.
Entering the Installer Code is required to access the
Installer Menu.
Note:
For information regarding the Rules, Events and
Schedules programming screens, refer to the User
Manual.

Ready To Arm
5100-100-066-V0
Program
Events
Schedules
Test
Initiate
Download
Rules

Installer Menu Page
User Tools Menu
The User Menu provides access to the User configurable
features and displays eight options. Entering the
Master User Code is required to access the User Menu.

WiFi Config
Date Time
Ready To Arm
Events
Back
Reminders
Keypad
Users
5100-100-006-V0
Slide Show
Test

User Menu Page
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Mechanics of Programming


General Programming Information

When power cycling the control, remove AC power first and wait approximately 1 minute before
disconnecting battery.
Programming options are stored in non-removable, electrically erasable, nonvolatile EEROM memory. The
system can be programmed at any time, even at the installer's premises prior to the actual installation.
Simply apply power temporarily to the Control and then program the unit as desired.
The “Initiate Download” button is used to initiate remote programming using an IBM PC compatible
Personal Computer, and Compass Downloader and modem or via capable GSM or IP communications
modules. See the
Remote Programming/Control (Downloading)
section for additional information
.
Programming

If the system is Armed or in Alarm, the Tools icon will not be functional. The system must first
be disarmed.
Enter Installer Programming Mode
SCREEN ACTION
Ready To Arm
5000-100-006-V1
Arm Away
Delay
Phone
More
Automation
Message
Zones
Arm Stay
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10:18 AM June 8, 2010
1. At the Home Screen select “More”.
2. Select “Tools”. The touchscreen displays a keypad.
3. Enter the Installer Code 4112.
4. The System Programming Screen is displayed. Select
“Program” to display the following options:

Installer Code
Date Time
Zones
Keys
System Type
Communicator
Comm. Diagnostics
Reporter
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
Sounder
Default Config.
Reset Master Code
System Settings
Language*
Z-Wave
5. The system advances to the Programming screen of the
selected option.
* This programming field may not be available with the system
being installed.
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Mechanics of Programming

Loading Factory Defaults

To load the factory defaults, enter the Installer Programming Mode and advance to second page of the
System Programming and refer to following procedure
. Refer to the Programming Default Values section of this
manual to view the Default Values.

If a default configuration is loaded, any data that has already been programmed into the system will be
changed according to the default configuration selected!

Select a Default Configuration
SCREEN ACTION
System Programming...
5100-100-060-V0
System Settings
Sounder
Reset Master Code
Language
Z-Wave
Default Config.
1. Select “Default Configuration” to display the following options:
Default Config 1
Default Config 3
Default Downloader
Default Config 2
Default Config 4
Note:
For a list of the pre-programmed defaults refer to the
Default Values section.
2. Select the desired Default Configuration.
3. A Confirmation screen is displayed.
4. If “Yes” is selected, the System beeps three times and returns
to the Default option screen.
5. If “No” is selected, the System returns to the Default option
screen.
Exiting Program Mode

1. Select the “
2
” key to exit the current screen. The system returns to the previous screen.
2. Select the “
2
” key as required until system displays a Confirmation screen.
3. Select “Yes” to allow the installer to re-enter Programming mode or “No” to prevent re-entry.
4. Select the “
2
” key again to return to the Home Screen. LYNX Touch Installation and Setup Guide


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Zone Response Type Definitions
General Information
During programming, you must assign a zone type to each zone, which defines the way in which the system
responds to faults in that zone. Zone types are defined below.
Type Function
Characteristics
Not Used
Used to program a zone that is not used.


None
Entry/Exit 1
(Burglary)

Usually assigned to sensors or contacts on
primary entry and exit doors.



Entry delay #1 is programmable.


Exit delay is independently programmable.


Exit and entry delays when armed in AWAY or STAY mode.


No entry delay when armed in STAY INSTANT or AWAY INSTANT
mode.


Exit delay regardless of the arming mode selected.
Entry/Exit 2
(Burglary)

Usually assigned to sensors or contacts on
secondary entry and exit doors that might be
further from the keypad (typically used for a
garage, loading dock, or basement door).


Entry delay #2 is programmable.


Exit delay is independently programmable.


Secondary entry delay, if armed in the AWAY or STAY mode.


No entry delay when armed in the STAY INSTANT or AWAY
INSTANT mode.


Exit delay begins regardless of the arming mode selected.
Perimeter
(Burglary)
Usually assigned to all sensors or contacts on
exterior doors and windows


Instant alarm, when armed in AWAY, STAY, STAY NO DELAY, or
AWAY INSTANT mode.
Interior, Follower

Usually assigned to a zone covering an entry area
(i.e.: foyer, lobby, or hallway) that one must pass
upon entry (after faulting the entry/exit zone) to
reach the keypad. It provides an instant alarm if
the entry/exit zone is not violated first, and protects
an area in the event an intruder has hidden on the
premises before the system is armed, or gains
access to the premises through an unprotected
area.


Delayed alarm (using the programmed entry/exit time) if entry/exit
(types 01 or 02) or interior-with-delay (type 10) zone is faulted first.


Instant alarm in all other situations.


Active when armed in AWAY or AWAY INSTANT mode.


Bypassed automatically when armed in STAY or STAY INSTANT
mode.
Trouble by Day/
Alarm by Night

Usually assigned to a zone that covers a sensitive
area (i.e.: stock room, drug supply room, etc.) It
can also be used on a sensor or contact in an area
where immediate notification of an entry is desired.


Instant alarm, when armed in AWAY, STAY, STAY INSTANT, or
AWAY INSTANT (night) mode.


Provides a latched trouble sounding from the keypad and, if desired,
a central station report when disarmed (day).
24-hour Silent
Alarm
Usually assigned to a zone containing an
Emergency button (silent emergency).


Sends a report to the central station but provides no keypad display
or sounding.

In disarmed state sends a report to the central station displays "Not
Ready to Arm" on the keypad and “AWAY”, “STAY” and “TOOLS”
buttons are disabled.
24-hour Audible
Alarm
Usually assigned to a zone containing an
Emergency button (audible emergency).


Follows sounder timeout

Sends a report to the central station, and provides alarm sounds at the
keypad.
24-hour
Auxiliary Alarm

Usually assigned to a zone containing a button
for use in personal emergencies or to a zone
containing monitoring devices (i.e.: water or
temperature sensors, etc.).

Sends a report to the central station and provides an alarm sound at
the keypad. (There is no keypad timeout.)
Interior with Delay

Provides entry delay (using the programmed entry
time), if tripped when the panel is armed in the
Away mode.

Bypassed when the panel is armed in
the STAY or STAY INSTANT mode.


Entry delay #1 (with programmed entry time) when armed in the
AWAY mode.

Entry delay begins whenever sensors in this zone are violated,
regardless of whether an entry/exit delay zone was tripped first.

No entry delay when armed in the AWAY INSTANT mode.

Exit delay regardless of the arming mode selected.
Fire No Verification

Can be assigned to any wireless zone used as a
fire zone. This zone type is always active and
cannot be bypassed.

Alarm sound will pulse when this zone type is alarmed.
Fire with
Verification

Can be assigned to any wireless zone used as a
fire zone. Fire with verification is available with
smoke detector device type. It can not be used
with heat detectors, combination heat/smoke
detectors, wireless sensors or fire pull stations.
This zone type is always active and cannot be
bypassed.

Alarm sound will pulse when this zone type is alarmed. Only after the
alarm has been verified.


System verifies alarm by delaying reporting and control panel alarm
sounding for 30 seconds after alarm is detected. If the zone remains
faulted after 30 seconds a fire alarm is provided. If any other fire
zone is faulted during the 30 second delay window a fire alarm is
immediately provided for that zone. An alarm for original fire zone will
also be provided if that zone is still faulted afterward. If there are no
fire alarms after the 30 second delay expires, the system will open a
60 second window. If any fire zone is faulted during that window a
fire alarm will immediately be provided for that zone.
24-hour Carbon
Monoxide Monitor
Can be assigned to any wireless zone with a carbon
monoxide detector. This zone type is always active
and cannot be bypassed.

Local keypad and detector will sound when this zone type is alarmed.
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Zone Response Type Definitions
Type Function
Characteristics
Arm–Stay

Special-purpose zone type used with 5800 Series
wireless pushbutton units.

Exit delay regardless of the arming mode selected.

System is armed in the STAY mode when the zone is activated.
Arm–Away

Special-purpose zone type used with 5800
Series wireless pushbutton units.

System is armed in the AWAY mode when the zone is activated.
Disarm

Special-purpose zone type used with 5800
Series wireless pushbutton units.

Disarms the system when the zone is activated.
No Alarm Response
Assigned when no-alarm response is required

No reports to the central station.

No keypad sounding or chime

System can still be armed

No display on the screen
Silent Burglary

Usually assigned to sensors or contacts on
exterior doors and windows where sirens are NOT
desired.


Instant alarm, with NO audible indication when is armed in the
AWAY, STAY, STAY NO DELAY, or AWAY INSTANT mode.

Report sent to the central station.

Monitor
Can be assigned to any wireless zone used for
asset protection. Works as a dynamic monitor of a
zone fault/trouble (not alarm).

Reports to the central station, if enabled.

Fault/restore events are logged by the system.

Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on LCD.

Restore will be stored in event log.

No keypad sounding or chime

System can still be armed
General Monitor
Assigned sensors or contacts on doors and
windows or asset protection within the premises.
Used to track activity of the occupant and alert
occupant of the activity of others.


No reports to the central station.

Fault/restore events are logged by the system.

Monitors entry into a monitored area. Activates a one-time unique
chime sound and announcement when faulted.

Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on LCD.
General Response
Assigned sensors or contacts on doors and
windows or asset protection within the premises.
Used to track activity of the occupant and alert
occupant of the activity of others.


No reports to the central station.

Fault/restore events are logged by the system.

Monitors entry into a monitored area. Activates a unique chime sound
and zone announcement when faulted.

Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on LCD.

System re-triggers audible sounding every ten seconds until
acknowledged (Off sequence or wireless key button).
Resident Monitor
Used to monitor a resident in an area deemed to
be dangerous by a caregiver.

No reports to the central station.

Monitors entry into a monitored area. Activates a unique chime sound
and zone announcement when faulted.

Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on LCD.

If programmed, triggers a voice message (follow me) report.

Fault/Restore events are not logged by the system.
Resident Response Used to monitor a resident in an area deemed to
be dangerous by a caregiver. Requires
acknowledgement by caregiver.

No reports to the central station.

Monitors entry into a monitored area. Activates a unique chime sound
and zone announcement when faulted.

Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on LCD.

If programmed, triggers a voice message (follow me) report.

System re-triggers audible sounding every ten seconds until
acknowledged (Off sequence or wireless key button).

Fault/Restore events are not logged by the system
Trouble
Used with Other response type

The system will provide a trouble sounding from the keypad (and a
central station report, if desired).
Garage (Burglary)
Assigned to Automatic Garage Door applications.
Provides a status of the garage door close/open
real time state


Associated With Entry Delay #2 Programmed Time.

Exit delays when armed in AWAY or STAY mode.

No Entry Delay when armed in Away or Stay Instant modes

System can be armed with zone in the faulted state. When the zone is
closed it will automatically be inclusive within protection points. If the
point is subsequently violated, it will initiate an alarm.

Zone type can be bypassed by any User Code except Babysitter.
Garage Monitor
Assigned to Automatic Garage Door applications.
Provides a status of the garage door close/open
real time state

Can be assigned to any wireless zone used for automatic “Garage
Door” Open/Close status.

Will not initiate an alarm condition on the control.

When zone is in the open state will display “FAULT.”

Does not report alarms to central station.

Zone will chime if enabled to do so

System can be armed if this zone type is in fault

Zone can be Bypassed by a valid code except babysitter
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Programming the Control
After entering the System Programming mode select from the options provided on the First and Second
Installer Programming tools screens as shown in the accompanying figure.
System Programming...
5000-100-013-V1
System Type
Installer Code
Communicator
Comm. Diagnostics
Zones
Keys
Date Time
Reporter

System Programming...
5100-100-060-V0
System Settings
Sounder
Reset Master Code
Language
Z-Wave
Default Config.

Page 1
Page 2

Enter Installer Programming Mode without using Installer Code
SCREEN ACTION

5000-100-200-V2
Delay
More
Disarm
72
10:18 AM June 8, 2010
SYSTEM STANDBY!
1. During the initial system power-up initialization delay
(while "SYSTEM STANDBY!" is displayed), depress the
OFF key. Wait for system to terminate the system
initialization delay.
2. Depress the OFF key again. The touchscreen displays
a keypad.
3. Press the “Clear” key. A blue vertical bar is displayed
below the “Enter Code”.
4.
Enter “00” on the keypad. The system will enter Installer
Programming mode and the Installer Tools Menu will be
displayed.

Change Installer Code
The factory default Installer Code for the LYNX Touch Control is set to 4-1-1-2.

SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-129-V0
Installer Code

1. Select “Installer Code”. The current four-digit Installer Code is displayed on the left side
of the screen.
2. Select the “Clear” button, then enter a new four-digit Installer Code on the displayed
keypad. The system will display the new code on the left side of the screen.
3. Select “Done” when you are finished.
4. The system returns to the “System Programming” Screen
.

Select a Language


Note:
This programming field may not be available with the system being installed.
SCREEN ACTION
System Programming...
5100-100-060-V0
System Settings
Sounder
Reset Master Code
Language
Z-Wave
Default Config.

1. If applicable, select “
Language
” to display the following
options:
Installer Language
User Language
2. Select “Installer Language. The system toggles between
“English” and “French”.
3. Select the desired language.
4. Select “User Language. The system toggles between
“English” and “French”.
5. Select the desired language.
6. Select “Save” when you are finished.
7. A confirmation screen appears. If “Yes” is selected, the
System returns to the second page of the Programming
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Programming the Control

System Type
The following system options are programmed in this section:
Option Function
RF Jam
Enable or disable RF Jam Log and Reporting

Speaker Phone
Enable or disable Speaker Phone mode. (End User feature)
Two Way Voice
Enable or disable Two Way Voice communication with the Central Station.
RF House Code
Set RF House Code. (Bi-directional RF Devices)

Phone Notification
Enable or disable Phone Notification mode. (Phone Line-cut)

Phone Detect Time
Select a delay period between phone line-cut & system response (allows phone to restore)
Note:
This field is displayed if Phone Notification is enabled.

Remote Phone
Enable or disable Remote Phone Control mode. (End User feature)

Events
Enable or disable multiple options for event logging (i.e.; alarms, troubles, open/close, bypass, all)
Non-Security
Enable or disable non-security event logging
Remote Access
Serial
Enable or disable end user to access their system via a website
Multi Mode Serial
Enable or disable transmission of panel status events via email (Active only when Remote Access
Serial is enabled)
Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless
otherwise noted.


Screen ACTION
5000-100-130-V0
System Type

System Type
Note:
If applicable, the pre-programmed

default will be displayed beneath the option.

1. Select “System Type” from the following options:
RF Jam
Speaker Phone
Two Way Voice
RF House Code
Phone Notification
Remote Phone
Phone Detect Time


Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
Events – Log All
Events – Log Alarm
Events – Log Bypass
Events – Log Open/Close
Events – Log Trouble
Non Security
Remote Access Serial
Multi Mode Serial


RF Jam

Disabled

2. Select “RF Jam”. The System scrolls between the following:
Disabled
RF Jam Log
RF Jam Log & Report

Speaker Phone

Enabled

3. Select “Speaker Phone”. The System toggles between the following:
Disabled
Enabled

Two Way Voice

Disabled

4. Select “Two-Way Voice” .The System toggles between the following:
Disabled
Enabled

RF House Code

0

5. Select “RF House Code”.
6. After entering a code (00-31) on the displayed keypad, select “Done”.

Phone Notification

Disabled

7. Select “Phone Notification” (phone line cut). The System scrolls between the following
options:
Disabled
Keypad
Trouble
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Programming the Control


Screen ACTION

Phone Detect Time

2 Minutes

8. If Keypad or Trouble was selected in Step 7, the “Phone Detect Time” option is
displayed. Select “Phone Detect Time”. The system scrolls between the following options:
1 Minute
2 Minutes
3 Minutes
4 Minutes

Remote Phone

Enabled

9. Select “Remote Phone”. The System toggles between the following options:
Disabled
Enabled


Events - Log All

Press To Log All

Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
10. Select “Events - Log All”. The system displays “Press To Log All”. Selecting this option
programs the system to log all events and “Log All Set” is displayed. Additionally all of the
options listed below are enabled.
Events – Log Alarm
Events – Log Bypass
Events – Log Open/Close
Events – Log Trouble
Non-Security
OR

Proceed to step 11 and select the options individually.

Events – Log Alarm

Enabled

11. Select “Events – Log Alarm”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and “Disabled.
12. Select “Events – Log Bypass”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.
13. Select “Events – Log Open/Close”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and
“Disabled”.
14. Select “Events – Log Trouble”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.

Remote Access Serial

Disabled

15. Select “Remote Access Serial”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.
If the Remote Access Serial” option is enabled, the “Multi Mode Serial” option is
displayed.

Non Security

Disabled

16. Select “Non Security”. The System toggles between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.

Multi Mode Serial

Disabled

17. Select “Multi Mode Serial”. The System toggles between “Enhanced Reports” and
“Disabled”.
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Programming the Control
Program Date and Time
Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.


SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-131-V0
Date Time

Note:
If you are installing a GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G or ILP5
Communication Module, the time and date will be programmed and
updated automatically via Central Station. You must still program the
correct Time Zone below.
1. Select “Date Time”.
System Programming...
5000-100-016-V0
THU
SUN
WED
32
SAT
6
FRI
5
TUE
MON
1
18
17
20
19
16
14
15
25
24
27
26
23
21
22
30
28
29
11
10
13
12
9
7
8
June
2010
4
Save

2. Using the left
W
and right
X
arrows select the Month and Year then
select the date. Select the
T
key to advance to the next screen.
System Programming ...
23
1
5
6
4
0
8
9
7
Clear
5000-100-010-V0
AM / PM
Enter Time
10:21 AM
Save

3. To set the correct time, touch the “Clear” button.
4. Enter the correct time and then select AM or PM. Select the
T
key to
advance to the next screen or select “Save” to return to the System
Programming Screen.

Time Zone

Eastern (EST)

5. Select “Time Zone”. The system scrolls between the following options:
Eastern (EST)
Mountain (MST)
Atlantic (AST)
Central (CST)
Pacific (PST)
Newfoundland (NT)
Hawaii (HAST)
Alaska (AKST)


Day Light Savings Time

Yes

6. Select “Day Light Savings Time”. The system toggles between “Yes” and
“No”. If “Yes” is selected the following options will become active.

Start Month

March

7. Select “Start Month”. The system displays the following options.
January February
March April
May June
July August
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
September October
November December

Start Week

Second

8. Select “Start Week”. The system scrolls between the following options.
First
Fourth
3rd from Last
Second Last

Third
Next to Last


End Month

November

9. Select “End Month”. The system displays the following options.
January February
March April
May June
July August
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
September October
November December

End Week

First

10. Select “End Week”. The system will scrolls through the available weeks.
First
Fourth
3rd from Last
Second Last

Third
Next to Last

11. After programming these options, select the “Save” key. LYNX Touch Installation and Setup Guide


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Programming the Control
Program the Communications Module

A router is required if you are installing the L5100-WiFi module. The router must be powered on and
connected for WiFi operation (alarm reporting) to occur.

The following system options are programmed in this section:
Option Function
Communications Path
Selects type of Communications Module
APL
Enables Advanced Protection Logic
City ID
Enter Central Station Primary City ID
CS ID
Enter Primary Central Station ID
Sub ID
Enter Central Station Primary Subscriber ID
Supervision
Selects how often the Communications Module sends supervisory messages to the Central Sta.
Old Alarm Time
Selects how long an undeliverable alarm delivery is retried to the Central Station.
Remote Acc. Comm.
Enables or disables user remote access via internet and/or GSM.
Multi Mode Comm.
(appears only if Remote Access IP or GSM is enabled.) Enables or disables multi mode feature.
IP Fault Time
(Appears only if IP is enabled in Communications Path field.) Selects time delay before the
Communications Module notifies the control panel of a loss of contact with the internet.
Use DHCP
Dynamically selects the IP addresses
NIC IP Address
(Appears only if “No” is selected in Use DHCP field.) Enter NIC IP Address.
Subnet Mask
(Appears only if “No” is selected in Use DHCP field.) Enter Subnet Address.
Gateway IP Address
(Appears only if “No” is selected in Use DHCP field.) Enter Gateway IP Address
DNS Server IP Address
(Appears only if “No” is selected in Use DHCP field.) Enter Domain Name Server IP Address.
GSM Fault Time
(Appears only if GSM is enabled in Communications Path field.) Selects time delay before the
Communications Module notifies the control panel of a loss of contact with the network.
GSM Rollover
Allows messages to be sent over GSM in the event that contact with the internet is lost. (Appears only
if “WiFi & GSM” is selected as the Communications Path.)
GSM 24 Hour Test
Enables daily test of GSM module operation. (Appears only if “WiFi & GSM” is selected as the
Communications Path.)
Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.



Remote Access (Total Connect) and Multi Mode (PSD) over IP or GSM cannot be enabled in the panel alone. Availability of
this service is controlled via the web-based programming tool on the AlarmNet Direct website. These features must to be
enabled through the AlarmNet Direct website first and transferred to the device.


SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-132-V0
Communicator

Communicator
1. Select “Communicator”. The System displays several pages of options that vary
depending upon the selections that are made. Use the down
T
arrow to scroll
through the pages of options.

Communications Path
APL
City ID
CS ID
Sub ID
Supervision
Old Alarm Time
Remote Acc. Comm.
Multi Mode Comm.
IP Fault Time
Use DHCP
GSM Fault Time





Communications Path

None

2. Select “Communications Path”. The system scrolls between the following options.
Notes:
The available options are

dependant upon which communications module(s) are
installed. If Communication Path is set to GSM, the L5100 will report to AlarmNet
over GSM/GPRS not WiFi.
None WiFi
IP WiFi & GSM
GSM

APL

Disabled

3. Select “APL”. The system scrolls between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.
Note:
If APL is used, GSM or IP must be selected as the Primary Communicator Type in the
Reporter programming.

City ID



4. Select “City ID”. Enter the 2-digit Primary City ID (Decimal).
Options
01-99


CS ID



5. Select “CS ID”. Enter the 2-digit Primary Central Station ID (HEX).
Options
01-FE
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Programming the Control
SCREEN ACTION

Sub ID



6. Select “Sub ID”. Enter the 4-digit Subscriber Account Number (Decimal).
Options
0001-9999


Supervision

24 Hours

7. Select “Supervision”. The system scrolls between the following options:
24 Hours
None
30 Days

Old Alarm Time

10 Minutes

8. Select “Old Alarm Time”. The system scrolls between the following options. Use the
down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
30 Minutes
1 Hour
2 Hours
4 Hours
8 Hours
12 Hours
24 Hours


Remote Acc. Comm.

Disabled

9. Select “Remote Acc. Comm”. The system toggles between “Disabled” and
“Enabled”.
Note:
This field will not be programmable unless it is enabled when creating the Communications
Module account in AlarmNet.


Multi Mode Comm.

Disabled

10. If “Remote Access Comm.” was enabled in the previous step, the “Multi Mode
Comm.” option is displayed. The system scrolls between the following options.

Disabled
Relay Reports
Enhanced Reports
Note:
This field will not be programmable unless it is enabled when creating the Communications
Module account in AlarmNet. The Relay Reports option should not be selected when using
TotalConnect 2.1 Service.
11. Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. If IP was selected in
step 2, proceed to step 12. If GSM was selected in step 2, proceed to step 19.

IP Fault Time (min)

00

12. Select “IP Fault Time (min)”. Enter the time delay (in minutes) on the keypad.
Options
00-99


Use DHCP

Yes

13. Select “Use DHCP”. The system toggles between “Yes” and “No”. If “No” is selected
the system displays four additional options. If “Yes” is selected, skip to step 18.


NIC IP Address

255.255.255.255

14. Select “NIC IP Address”. Enter the 4-part address on the displayed keypad.

Subnet Mask

255.255.255.255

15. Select “Subnet Mask”. Enter the 4-part address on the displayed keypad.

Gateway IP Address

255.255.255.255

16. Select “Gateway IP Address”. Enter the 4-part address on the displayed keypad.

DNS Server IP Address

255.255.255.255

17. Select “DNS Server IP Address”. Enter the 4-part address on the displayed keypad.
18. If “IP” was selected in step 2, select “Save” and then select “OK” when the
“Programming Done” screen appears. Proceed to “Diagnostics” section in order to
register the device.

GSM Fault Time (min)

00

19. Select “GSM Fault Time (min)”. Enter the time delay (in minutes) on the keypad.
Options
00-99


GSM Rollover

No

20. If “WiFi and GSM” was selected in step 2, two additional programming fields are
displayed. Select “GSM Rollover”, the system toggles between “Yes” and “No”.


GSM 24 Hour Test

No

19. Select “GSM 24 Hour Test”, the system toggles between “Yes” and “No”.
20. If “GSM” was selected in step 2, select “Save” and then select “OK” when the
“Programming Done” screen appears. Proceed to “Diagnostics” section in order to
register the device.

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Programming the Control
Program the Z-Wave Module
The following system options are programmed in this section:
Option Function
Z-Wave
Enables or disables the Z-Wave Module
Temperature Display
Toggles between Fahrenheit and Celsius (for Z-Wave Theromstat)
Notes:
1. This programming field will only be visible if a Z-Wave Module is installed in the control.

2. If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.

3. The Z-Wave option must be enabled before installing the Z-Wave Module in the LYNX Touch Control.

4. In the event that the Z-Wave option has been changed to “Disabled” and then enabled, the LYNX Touch power
must be recycled or the system must be rebooted. Refer to the
Rebooting the System
section for additional
information.



SCREEN ACTION
5100-100-067-V0
Z - Wave

Note:
This procedure must be completed any time that the panel has been defaulted or
updated.
1. Enter Program Mode and default the panel (Refer to “Loading Factory Defaults”).
2. Select “Z-Wave”

The System displays the following options:

Z-Wave
Temperature Display



Z-Wave

Enabled-Installed Telephone

3. Select “Z-Wave”. The system scrolls between the following options:
Enabled – Installed Telephone Side
Disabled
Select “Enabled – Installed Telephone Side”.

Temperature Display

Fahrenheit

4. If you wish to change the temperature format, select “Temperature Display”. The
system scrolls between the following options:
Fahrenheit
Celsius
5. Select “Save”.
6. Exit Programming mode.
7. Remove AC power and disconnect battery.
8. Install Z-Wave module.
9. Connect battery and apply AC power.
10. At the Security Home screen Select “Automation”.
11. At the next screen Select “Tools”.
12. At the next screen Select “Advanced Tools”.
13. Enter the Master User Code “1-2-3-4” on the displayed keypad.
14. At the next screen select “Reset Controller”.
15 The system displays “Done”. Select OK.
16. Select the “
2
” key to return to the previous screen.
17. Include Z-Wave devices. (Refer to Including/Excluding Z-Wave Devices in the Home
Automation Guide P/N 800-11309 or higher.)
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Programming the Control
Program Zones
The following system options are programmed in this section:

Option Function
Serial Number
Manually enter device serial number or enroll via RF transmission
Loop Number
Manually enter device loop number or enroll via RF transmission
Zone Description 1/2
Enter Zone Descriptors for the device being enrolled
Device Type
Select the type of device being enrolled
Response Type
Select the alarm response for the device being enrolled (refer to Zone Response Type Table)
Alarm Report
Activate reporting option for the device being enrolled
Chime
Enable/disable chime mode for specific device being enrolled (applies to Entry/ Exit, Perimeter, and
Interior Response types only)
Supervision
Select supervision for device being enrolled

Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.

SCREEN ACTION
5000-100-133-V0
Zones
1. Select “Zones”
The System displays the following options:
1. New
3. Back Door
5. Motion Sensor
2. Front Door
4.Window
6.New
2. Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page.
7. – 45. New
46. – 48 New (Main) (reserved for Garage Door Zones)
49. – 56. 4 Button
57. – 64. New
80. – 85. Temperature (Z-Wave Thermostat zones)
95. Fire
96. Medical
99. Police



3. Select a zone and then select “Edit” or “Add New” to program the next available zone. The
following options are displayed (dependant upon Zone Type):
Serial Number *
Loop Number *
*
This field does not apply to
Hardwire Zone 1 or
Temperature Zones 80-85.

Zone Description 1
Zone Description 2
Device Type
Response Type
Alarm Report
Chime
Supervision
4. Select an option to display the next programming field.

Serial Number




Serial Number
(This field does not apply to Temperature Zones 80-85)

When “Serial Number” has been selected “Enter Serial Number or Activate” is displayed. The
transmitter serial number and loop number can be enrolled via RF transmission OR manually.
Enroll via RF Learning
To enroll the device using RF Learning mode three transmissions
(open/close) of the device will be required. The initial transmission activates the RF Learning
mode and the system will emit a single beep. A second transmission enrolls the serial number
and the system beeps two times and displays “Activate Sensor Again To Confirm”. A third
transmission will confirm the serial number. The system beeps two times and returns to the
Zone programming Screen.
Enroll Manually
Enter the 7-digit serial number printed on the transmitter using the displayed keypad and
select “Done”. The system beeps one time and returns to the Zone programming Screen.

Loop Number

1

Loop Number
(This field does not apply to Temperature Zones 80-85)

Select “Loop Number” to toggle between 1, 2, 3 and 4. Enter Save.


Zone Description 1



Zone Description 1/Zone Description 2
When programming the Zone Description, after entering the first letter of the description on the
keypad you can use the up
S
and down
T
arrows to scroll through the available
preprogrammed zone descriptions. For a list of the pre-programmed Zone Descriptors, please
visit http://www.security.honeywell.com/hsc/resources/MyWebTech

Select “Zone Description 1 or Zone Description 2”. Using the displayed keypad enter Zone
Description 1 or Zone Description 2. The system announces the Zone Description. Enter
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SCREEN ACTION

Device Type



Device Type
Select “Device Type”. The system displays the following options (dependant upon the Device
Type selection):
New Door
Window Motion
Sensor
Glass Break
Smoke Detector
Heat Sensor
Carbon Mono. Det.
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options:
Temperature Flood
Environmental Medical

Fire
Police
Garage Door
Other


Response Type

Not Used

Response Type
1. Select “Response Type”. The system displays the specific options, which are dependant
upon the Device Type that was selected for the zone. Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the
next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to the previous page.
Not Used
Entry Exit 1
Entry Exit 2
Perimeter
Interior Follower
Trouble
24 Hour Silent
24 Hour Audible
24 Hour Auxiliary
Fire No Verification
Interior With Delay
Monitor
Carbon Monoxide
Garage
Arm Stay
Arm Away
Disarm No
Response
Silent Burglary
Resident Monitor
Resident Response
General Monitor
General Response
Fire With Verification
Day/Night Garage
Monitor
2. Select the desired Response Type and select “Save”. The system will return to the Zone
screen.
Note:
For threshold monitoring to be configurable on the LYNX Touch Z-wave thermostat screen, the
respective zones will first need to be assigned with a response type in zone programming. The
recommended response type is Trouble.


Alarm Report

Yes

Alarm Report
Note:
This field is for Alarms. If Response Type “Trouble” is set up and Alarm Report is set to
“No” the system will still report if Report Alarms was enabled in the Reporter
programming.
Select “Report” to toggle between “No” or “Yes”. Select “Save”.

Chime

No

Chime
Note:
Chime only applies to entry/exit, perimeter and interior zone types.
Select “Chime” to toggle between “No” or “Yes”. Select “Save”.

Supervision

Supervised

Supervision
The system displays the applicable Supervision options based upon the Device Type that was
selected. Select “Supervision” to scroll between the following options:
Hardwire Zone
Normal Open
Normal Closed
End of Line
RF Zone
Supervised
Unsupervised
Temperature
(Defaulted for Zones 80-85)

High Temp (Default selection for Zones 80, 82 and 84)
Low Temp (Default selection for Zones 81, 83 and 85)
After making a Supervision selection, select “Save”.


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Programming the Control
Program Keys

The following system options are programmed in this section

Option Function
Key Type
Select the specific type of key being entered or enrolled
User
Associates the Key with a specific User
Serial Number
Manually enter key serial number or enroll via RF transmission
Zone
Manually enter key zone number (between 49 and 64) or enroll via RF transmission
Button Key * - Zn *
Associate the selected button with a specific function
* Key number and Zn number are dependant upon the Key Type selected.

Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.

SCREEN ACTION


Keys


1. Select “Keys”
The System displays the following options:
Edit Add New Delete
2. Select “Add New”.


3. The following options are displayed (dependant upon the “Key Type” selected):
Key Type
User
Serial Number
Zone
Button Key 1 – Zn 49
Button Key 2 – Zn 50
Button Key 3 – Zn 51
Button Key 4 – Zn 52
Button Key 5 – Zn 53
Button Key 6 – Zn 54
Button Key 7 – Zn 55
Button Key 8 – Zn 56
Select an option to display the next programming field.

Key Type

4 Button key


Key Type
Select “Key Type”. The system scrolls between the following:
1 Button key
6 Button key
2 Button key
8 Button key
4 Button key


User



User
Select “User” then select from the following options (or the list of Users that have been
programmed):
Master Babysitter
Duress User
3
User 4
User 5
User 6
User 7
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page. The system displays options for User 8
through 14.

Note:
The Key must be associated with a specific User/User Code in order for it to operate.
Refer to the LYNX Touch User Guide for additional Information regarding User Codes.

Serial Number

0


Serial Number
When “Serial Number” has been selected “Enter Serial Number or Activate” is displayed. The
transmitter serial number and loop number can be enrolled via RF transmission OR manually.

Enroll via RF Learning
To enroll the device using RF Learning mode three transmissions
(open/close) of the device will be required. The initial transmission activates the RF Learning
mode. A second transmission enrolls the serial number and the system beeps two times and
displays “Activate Sensor Again To Confirm”. A third transmission will confirm the serial
number. The system beeps three times and returns to the Zone programming Screen.

Enroll Manually
Enter the 7-digit serial number printed on the transmitter using the displayed keypad and
select “Done”. The system beeps one time and returns to the Zone programming Screen.

Zone

49


Zone
The system displays the next available key Zone number. Select “Zone” to manually enter a
specific Zone Number on the displayed keypad (49-64). If the desired Zone Number is not
available, the system returns to the previous screen.

Select ”Done”. The system returns to the previous screen. Repeat the previous step to enter
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SCREEN ACTION

Button Key * - Zn *



Button Key * Zn *
Select the desired Button Key and enter a function for each button key. The system
displays the following options:
Disarm Arm Away
Arm Stay
No Response
24 Hour Silent
24 Hour Audible
24 Hour Auxiliary
Silent Burglary
Fire No Verification

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Reporter
!

When Compass service is required and GSM or IP are the only reporting channels: As part of Primary Central
Station programming; the “Phone Type” must be set to any selection other than “None”, the “Communicator Type”
must be set to GSM or IP, as applicable, and must match the compass value; “Phone number” field must be left
blank and an “Account number” must be programmed.

The following system options are programmed in this section:

Option Function
Primar
y
or Secondary CS Info
Enroll information pertaining to the Primary and/or Secondary Central Station.
Phone Type
Select the Report Format that will be used to send reports to the Primary or Secondary
Central Station, as applicable.
Phone Number
Enter the Phone Number for the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Communicator Type
Select the type of Communications Module that will be used to communicate with the
Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Account Number
Enter the account number for the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Dynamic Priority
Select the primary method for sending Reports to the Primary or Secondary Central
Station, as applicable.
Dynamic Delay
Selects delay between switching between reporting methods. Active if Dynamic Delay
feature has been set to Preferred Telco or Preferred Radio.
Report All
Enable All Reports to be sent to the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Report Alarms
Enable Alarm Reporting to the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Report Troubles
Enable Trouble Reporting to the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Report Open/Close
Enable Open/Close Reporting to the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Report Tests
Enable Test Reporting to the Primary or Secondary Central Station, as applicable.
Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2
Enroll information Primary and/or Secondary telephone numbers for “Follow Me”
Announcements and/or Reminders.
Phone Type
Enter Number for Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Phone Number
Enter Primary and/or Secondary telephone numbers for “Follow Me” Announcements
and/or Reminders.
Report All
Enable All Reports to be sent to the Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Report Alarms
Enable Alarm Reporting to the Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Report Troubles
Enable Trouble Reporting to the Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Report Open/Close
Enable Open/Close Reporting to the Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Report Tests
Enable Test Reporting to the Follow Me Phone 1 or Phone 2, as applicable.
Report Selection
Enable Reporting of Specific Events
Options

PBX
Enter the digits required to access an outside line, if applicable
Call Wait Cancel
Enter the digits required to cancel call waiting, if applicable
Number of Reports
Limit the number of messages sent to the Central Station during an armed period.
(applies to LYNX Touch only)
Alarm Report Delay
Disable or select the time delay for alarm reporting (applies to LYNX Touch only)
Swinger Shutdown
Select the number of times reports are sent and sounder sounds for non-fire alarms
before the system ignores subsequent alarms (applies to LYNX Touch SIA only)
Abort Window
Select the time delay for alarm reporting (applies to LYNX Touch SIA only)
First Offset Report
Select the time for the first test report following power-up/programming or downloading
Report Frequency
Select the test report frequency
Downloader
Phone Answer
Enable or disable to allow control to answer incoming phone line.
Modem Speed
(Future Use)
Ans. Machine Defeat
Enable to defeat answering machine mode. (Active if Phone Answer is enabled.)
Ring Counter
Enter the number of rings before control picks up phone line. (Active if Ans. Machine
Defeat is not enabled.)
Callback Number
Enter the phone number the control will use to call back the downloading computer.
(Active if Phone Answer is enabled.)
Flexible Callback
Allows Download operator to temporarily change the callback number by the number of
digits selected. Active if Phone Answer is enabled
Number
Enter the number of flexible callback numbers that will be used. Active if Flexible
Callback is enabled.
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Notes:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.
When GSM is used as the Primary Communications channel for any Total Connect service, the GSM Radio must be
selected as the Primary Reporting Path (Preferred Radio).

SCREEN ACTION


Reporter


Select “Reporter”
The System displays the following options:
Primary CS Info
Secondary CS Info
Follow Me Phone 1
Follow Me Phone 2
Report Selection
Options
Downloader


Primary CS Info



Select “Primary CS Info”. The System displays the following options:
Phone Type
Communicator Type



Phone Type


Contact Id: 4 Digit

Select “Phone Type”. The System scrolls though the following options:
None
Contact Id: 4 Digit
Contact Id: 10 Digit
SIA



Communicator Type


None


Select “Communicator Type”. The System scrolls though the following options:
None
GSM
WiFi
WiFi & GSM
IP
Note:
The system will display the communications (GSM or IP) paths based upon the selection made
in Communicator Programming. The Communication Path selection can be enabled for either
Primary Central Station or Secondary Central Station but not both. If it is enabled in one it will
not be available for the other Central Station. If APL is used, GSM or IP must be selected as the
Primary Communicator Type.



Phone Number




If any option other than “None” is selected in “Phone Type” The “Phone Number” option will
be displayed. Select “Phone Number”. Enter the Primary Central Station Phone Number on
the displayed keypad. (Up to 20 digits)



Account Number



FFFF
If any option other than “None” is selected in “Phone Type” The “Account Number” option
will be displayed. Select “Account Number”. Enter the Primary Central Station Account
Number on the displayed keypad.


Dynamic Priority



Redundant Reports
If any option other than “None” is selected in “Communicator Type” The “Dynamic Priority”
option will be displayed. “Select “Dynamic Priority”. The system scrolls between “Redundant
Reports”, “Preferred Telco” and Preferred Radio”.


Dynamic Delay



30 Seconds
If any option other than “Redundant Reports” is selected in “Dynamic Priority” The “Dynamic
Delay” option will be displayed. “Select “Dynamic Delay”. The system scrolls between “15
Seconds”, “30 Seconds”, “60 Seconds” and “90 Seconds”.
Note:
If GSM is selected as the primary reporting channel Dynamic Delay should be set to minimum
of 60 seconds.

Report All

Press to Report All

Select “Report All”. The System toggles between “Press to Report All” and “Report All Set”.
If “Report All” is selected all reporting options will be “Enabled”. Select the “Save” key to
return to the Reporter options screen.

Report Alarms

Enabled

Select “Report Alarms”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled”.


Report Troubles

Enabled

Select “Report Troubles”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled”.

Report Open/Close

Disabled

Select “Open/Close”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Tests

Enabled

Select “Report Tests”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Secondary CS Info



Select “Secondary CS Info”. The System displays the following options:
Phone Type
Communicator Type
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SCREEN ACTION


Phone Type


None

Select “Phone Type”. The System displays the following options:
None
Contact Id: 4 Digit
Contact Id: 10 Digit
SIA



Communicator Type


None


Select “Communicator Type”. The System displays the following options:
None
GSM or IP
Note:
The system will display the communications path (GSM or IP) selected in Communications
Programming. The path can be enabled for either primary Central Station or Secondary Central
Station but not both. If it is enabled in one it will not be available for the other Central Station.


Phone Number




If any option other than “None” is selected in “Phone Type”, the “Phone Number” option will
be displayed. Select “Phone Number”. Enter the Secondary Central Station Phone Number
on the displayed keypad. (Up to 20 digits)


Account Number


FFFF
If any option other than “None” is selected in “Phone Type” The “Account Number” option will
be displayed. Select “Account Number”. Enter the Secondary Central Station Account
Number on the displayed keypad.


Dynamic Priority


Redundant Reports
If any option other than “None” is selected in “Communicator Type” The “Dynamic Priority”
option will be displayed. “Select “Dynamic Priority”. The system scrolls between “Redundant
Reports”, “Preferred Telco” and Preferred Radio”.

Dynamic Delay


30 Seconds
If any option other than “Redundant Reports” is selected in “Dynamic Priority” The “Dynamic
Delay” option will be displayed. “Select “Dynamic Delay”. The system scrolls between “15
Seconds”, “30 Seconds”, “60 Seconds” and “90 Seconds”.

Note:
If GSM is selected as the primary reporting channel Dynamic Delay should be set to
minimum of 60 seconds.

Report All

Press to Report All

Select “Report All”. The System toggles between “Press to Report All” and “Report All Set”. If
“Report All” is selected all reporting options will be “Enabled”. Select the “Save” key to return
to the Reporter options screen.

Report Alarms

Enabled

Select “Report Alarms”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Troubles

Enabled

Select “Report Troubles”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Open/Close

Disabled

Select “Open/Close”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Tests

Enabled

Select “Report Tests”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Follow Me Phone 1


Select “Follow Me Phone 1” to program the “Follow Me” Reminder telephone number 1

Phone Type

None

Select “Phone Type”. The System toggles between “None” and “Follow Me”.



Phone Number



Select “Phone Number”. Enter the “Follow Me” Phone Number 1 on the displayed keypad.

Report All

Press to Report All

Select “Report All”. The System toggles between “Press to Report All” and “Report All Set”. If
“Report All” is selected all reporting options will be “Enabled”. Select the “Save” key to return
to the Reporter options screen.

Report Alarms

Disabled

Select “Report Alarms”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Troubles

Disabled

Select “Report Troubles”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

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SCREEN ACTION

Report Open/Close

Disabled

Select “Open/Close”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Tests

Disabled

Select “Report Tests”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.




Follow Me Phone 2


Select “Follow Me Phone 2” to program the “Follow Me” Reminder telephone number 2.

Phone Type

None

Select “Phone Type”. The System toggles between “None” and “Follow Me”.



Phone Number



Select “Phone Number”. Enter the “Follow Me” Phone Number 2 on the displayed keypad.

Report All

Press to Report All

Select “Report All”. The System toggles between “Press to Report All” and “Report All Set”.
If “Report All” is selected all reporting options will be “Enabled”. Select the “Save” key to
return to the Reporter options screen.

Report Alarms

Ensabled

Select “Report Alarms”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Troubles

Ensabled

Select “Report Troubles”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Open/Close

Disabled

Select “Open/Close”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Report Tests

Enabled

Select “Report Tests”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.




Report Selection


Select “Report Selection”. The System displays the following options:
Arm Away
Arm Stay
Disarm Exit
Error
Recent Closing
Event Log Full
Trouble Trouble
Restore
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
Alarm Restore
Alarm Cancel
Test Test
Restore
Bypass Bypass
Restore
AC Loss
AC Loss Restore
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options.
Low Battery
Low Battery Restore
RF Low Battery
RF Low Battery Restore




Arm Away

Enabled

Select “Arm Away”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Arm Stay

Enabled

Select “Arm Stay”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Disarm

Enabled

Select “Disarm”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Exit Error

Enabled

Select “Exit Error”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Recent Closing

Enabled

Select “Recent Closing”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.
SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Event Log Full

Enabled

Select “Event Log Full”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.


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SCREEN ACTION

Trouble

Enabled

Select “Trouble”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Trouble Restore

Enabled

Select “Trouble Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Alarm Restore

Enabled

Select “Alarm Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Alarm Cancel

Enabled

Select “Alarm Cancel”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Test

Enabled

Select “Test”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Test Restore

Enabled

Select “Test Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.

SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Enabled” and is not selectable.


Bypass

Enabled

Select “Bypass”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Bypass Restore

Enabled

Select “Bypass Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



AC Loss

Enabled

Select “AC Loss”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



AC Loss Restore

Enabled

Select “AC Loss Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Low Battery

Enabled

Select “Low Battery”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



Low Battery Restore

Enabled

Select “Low Battery Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



RF Low Battery

Enabled

Select “RF Low Battery”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.



RF Low Battery Restore

Enabled

Select “RF Low Battery Restore”. The System toggles between “Disabled” and “Enabled”.




Options


Select “Options”. The System displays the following options:

PBX Call
Wait
Cancel
Number of Reports
Alarm Report Delay
First Report Offset
Report Frequency



PBX



Select “PBX”, and enter PBX Prefix on the displayed keypad.

Call Wait Cancel



Select “Call Wait Cancel”, and enter Call Wait Cancel Prefix on the displayed keypad
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SCREEN ACTION

Number of Reports

2 Reports

Select “Number of Reports”
LYNX Touch
The system scrolls between the following options:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Reports

LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada
The s
y
stem to
gg
les between “Unlimited” and “10 Reports”.

Alarm Report Delay

30 Sec.

Select “Alarm Report Delays”. The System scrolls between the following options:
15 Sec.
30 Sec.
45 Sec.
No delay
SIA
The Alarm Report Delay (burglary abort window) must be set to a minimum of 15
seconds. The sum of the burglary abort window and the entry delays should not
exceed 1 minute.
Note:

The LYNX Touch control validates the data entered in this field. If the selection is not
valid the control will emit a single long beep indicating that the selection has been rejected.
The control replaces the selection with the default value “30 Sec”.


First Report Offset

6 Hrs

Select “First Report Offset” for the Test Report. The System scrolls between the following
options:
6 Hrs
12 Hrs
18 Hrs
24 Hrs

Report Frequency

Never

Select “Report Frequency” for the Test Report. The System scrolls between the following
options:
Never
Every Day
Every 7 Days
Every 30 Days


Downloader


Select “Downloader”. The System displays the following options:
Phone Answer
Modem Speed
Ans.Machine Defeat
Callback Number
Ring Counter
Flexible Callback
Number




Phone Answer

Yes

Select “Phone Answer”, the system toggles between “Yes” and “No”.

Modem Speed


Slow

(Future Use)

Ans. Machine Defeat

Yes

Select “Ans. Machine Defeat”, the system toggles between “Yes” and “No”.


Callback Number



Select “Callback Number” and enter callback number on the displayed keypad.

Ring Counter

2

This option only appears if Answering Machine defeat is set to “No”. Enter ring counter (1 –
14 rings) on the displayed keypad.

Flexible Callback

No

Select “Flexible Callback”, the system toggles between “Yes” and “No”.


Number

1

This option only appears if “Flexible Callback” is set to “Yes”. The system scrolls between
options 1, 2 and 3.
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Programming the Control
Sounder
The following system options are programmed in this section:

Option Function
Burglary Alarm Sound
Switches the full 110 dB alarm sound for burglary On/Off.
Burglary Bell Timeout
Select the time for timeout of the Burglary Alarm sounder.
Fire Bell Timeout
Select the time for timeout of the Fire Alarm sounder.
Arm Confirm
Enable sounder “ding” when system is armed via the selected RF device.
Alarm Options
Select a limit for the number of times an alarm can sound for a specific zone.
Note:
This option does not apply to the LYNX Touch SIA control.
Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.

SCREEN ACTION


Sounder


Select “Sounder”
The System displays the following options:
Burglary Alarm Sound
Burglary Bell Timeout
Fire Bell Timeout
Arm Confirm
Alarm Options



Burglary Alarm Sound

Yes

Select “Burglary Alarm Sound”. The System toggles between Yes* and No:


Burglary Bell Timeout

4 Minutes

Select “Burglary Bell Timeout”. The System scrolls between the following options:
No
4 Minutes
8 Minutes
12 Minutes
16 Minutes

Fire Bell Timeout

4 Minutes

Select “Fire Bell Timeout”. The System scrolls between the following options:
No
4 Minutes
8 Minutes
12 Minutes
16 Minutes

Arm Confirm

None

Select “Arm Confirm”. The System scrolls between the following options:
None
All RF
RF Key Fob
RF Keypad

Alarm Options

Unlimited

Note:
This option does not apply to the LYNX Touch SIA Control.
Select “Alarm Options”. The System scrolls between the following options:
Unlimited
1
2
10
Select “Save”.



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Programming the Control
System Settings
The following system options are programmed in this section:

Option Function
Entry Delay1/Entry Delay 2
Selects an Entry Delay time in seconds.

The system will wait the time entered before
sounding alarm upon entering if system is not disarmed.
Note:
The Default values differ for the LYNX Touch and LYNX Touch SIA controls.
Exit Delay
Selects an Exit Delay time in seconds for both Entry Delay 1 and 2 Zone Types.

The
system will wait the time entered before sounding an alarm if the exit door is left open after
the system has been armed.
Note:
The Default values differ for the LYNX Touch and LYNX Touch SIA controls.
Backlight Timeout
Enable or disable display backlight turnoff after 30 seconds.

Quick Arm
Enables or disables Quick Arm Mode.

If enabled, security code is not required to arm the
system. The user simply presses the AWAY button (ICON) and then selects the “Quick
Arm” button on the displayed keypad to arm the system.
Quick Exit
Enables or disables Quick Exit Mode. If enabled allows the user restart the exit delay to
allow entry or exit when the system is armed
Restart Exit Time
Enables or disables Restart Exit Time Mode.

This option allows the control to restart the
exit delay time after arming in STAY mode by entering the User Code and pressing the
STAY key (if quick arming is disabled) or by pressing the STAY key (if quick arming is
enabled). This option also enables automatic exit delay reset, which resets exit delay if the
entry/exit door is re-opened and closed before exit delay time expires after arming.
Force Bypass
Enables or disables Force Bypass Mode.

All zones bypassed by this function will be
displayed after the bypass is initiated. The Fire and CO Zones are not bypassed in the
LYNX Touch.
Exit Warning
Enables or disables Exit Warning sound.

Audible Exit Warning sound consists of slow
continuous beeps until last 10 seconds, when it changes to fast beeps. The warning sound
will end at the termination of exit delay.
Note:
This field is not programmable in the LYNX Touch SIA and is always enabled.
Auto Stay Arming
Enables or disables Auto Stay Arming Mode.

If this feature is enabled and the control panel
has been armed “Armed Away” at the LYNX Touch keypad or RF keypad, the system will
switch to the “Armed Stay” mode if the Exit Time has expired and no exit has been made.
Lack of Usage Notify
Enables or disables Lack of Usage Notification feature.

If enabled, notifies the central
station if an end user is not operating their security system by sending a System Inactivity
report 654. The report will be sent only to the Primary phone number and only if Contact
ID® format was selected.
Power-Up in Previous
Enables or disables Power-Up in Previous Mode feature. When the system powers up
armed, an alarm will occur 1 minute after arming if a zone is faulted. For the LYNX Touch
control any bypassed zones will be unbypassed. For the LYNX Touch SIA any bypassed
zones will remain bypassed.

Display Alarm Cancel
Enables or disables display of Cancelled Alarm.

Display Exit Time
Enables or disables display of Exit Time.

Cross Zone Delay
Sets the maximum amount of time in which two zones must be tripped in an armed system
to send an alarm message to the Central Station. If only one cross zone is tripped during
this time, a trouble message (CID code 380) for that zone is sent to the Central Station.
Cross Zone 1/Cross Zone 2
Select the zones that will be used for Cross Zoning


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Note:
If applicable, preprogrammed defaults for the LYNX Touch Control are shown on the screen unless otherwise noted.

SCREEN ACTION


System Settings


Select “System Settings”
The System displays the following options:
Entry Delay 1
Entry Delay 2
Exit Delay
Backlight Timeout
Quick Arm
Quick Exit
Restart Exit Time
Force Bypass
Exit Warning
Auto Stay Arming
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page:
Lack of Usage Notify
Power-Up In Previous
Display Alarm Cancel
Display Exit Time
Cross Zone Delay
Cross Zone 1
Cross Zone 2


Entry Delay 1

30 Seconds

Select “Entry Delay 1”. The System scrolls between the following options:
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LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada
None
None

15 Seconds
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
45 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
90 Seconds
90 Seconds
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
3 Minutes

4 Minutes


UL installations:
The Entry Delay must be set for a maximum of 45 seconds.
SIA:
The Entry delay must be set to a minimum of 30 seconds. The sum of entry delay 1 and
the burglary abort window should not exceed 1 minute.

“None” is only
allowed
for use
in Commercial High-Security applications.

Entry Delay 2

30 Seconds

Select “Entry Delay 2”. The System scrolls between the following options:
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LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada
None
None

15 Seconds
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
45 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
90 Seconds
90 Seconds
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
3 Minutes

4 Minutes


UL installations:
The Entry Delay must be set for a maximum of 45 seconds.
SIA:
The Entry delay must be set to a minimum of 30 seconds. The sum of entry delay 1 and
the burglary abort window should not exceed 1 minute.

“None” is only
allowed
for use
in Commercial High-Security applications.

Exit Delay

60 Seconds


Select “Exit Delay”. The System toggles between the following options:
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45 Seconds
None

60 Seconds
15 Seconds
90 Seconds
30 Seconds
2 Minutes
45 Seconds
60
Seconds
90
Seconds
2
Minutes

UL installations:
Exit Delay must be set for a maximum of 60 seconds
SIA:
The Exit Delay must be set to a minimum of 45 seconds.

Backlight Timeout

No


Select “Backlight Timeout”. The System toggles between No and 30 Seconds.

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SCREEN ACTION

Quick Arm

Yes

Select “Quick Arm”. The System toggles between Yes and No.


Quick Exit

Yes

Select “Quick Exit”. The System toggles between Yes and No.


Restart Exit Time

Yes

Select “Restart Exit Time”. The System toggles between Yes and No.
SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Yes”.

Force Bypass

No

Select “Force Bypass”. The System toggles between Yes and No.
UL installations:
must be NO (no forced bypass)


Exit Warning

Yes

Select “Exit Warning”. The System toggles between Yes and No.
SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Yes” and is not selectable.

Auto Stay Arming

Yes

Select “Auto Stay Arming”. The System toggles between Yes and No.
SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Yes”.


Lack of Usage Notify

Disabled

Select “Lack of Usage Notify”. The System scrolls between the following options:
Disabled
1 Day
7 Days
27 Days
90 Days
180 Days
365 Days


Power-Up In Previous

Yes

Select “Power-Up In Previous”. The System toggles between Yes and No.
Note:
If the previous state was Armed Away or Stay, the system will not respond to sensor changes for
1 minute. This allows time for sensors such as PIRs to stabilize.
UL installations:
must be Yes (power up in previous state)
SIA:
The LYNX Touch default is “Yes” and is not selectable.

Display Alarm Cancel

Yes

Select “Display Alarm Cancel”. The System toggles between Yes and No.


Display Exit Time

Yes

Select “Display Exit Time”. The System toggles between Yes and No.


Cross Zone Delay

None

Select “Cross Zone Delay”. The System toggles between the following:
None
30 Seconds
1 Minute
90 Seconds
2 Minutes
3 Minutes
4 Minutes
Note:
Cross zoning can not be used in conjunction with APL.

Cross Zone 1

Disabled

Select “Cross Zone 1”. The System toggles between the following:
Disabled
Note:
If Cross Zone Delay is enabled the system will display the zones that are programmed with the
following Zone Types: Day/Night, Interior Follower and perimeter.


Cross Zone 2

Disabled

Select “Cross Zone 2”. The System toggles between the following:

Disabled
Note:
If Cross Zone Delay is enabled the system will display the zones that are programmed with the
following Zone Types: Day/Night, Interior Follower and perimeter.

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Communications Diagnostics
Communications Status
– The system provides a status of the IP or GSM communications paths and
performs a self-test of the AES encryption algorithm as follows:
Message Meaning
GSM: OK
Normal; No fault. (IP or GSM)
OR Fault Reported!
No network connectivity and fault time has expired. (IP or GSM)
IP: Not Connected
No network connectivity over IP and fault time has NOT yet expired.
Not Registered!
No network connectivity over GSM and fault time has NOT yet expired.
No Physical Link
No network connectivity over IP and fault time is set to 0.
Encryption: AES Passed!
Test successful.
AES Failed!
Test failed.
No Encryption!
No encryption algorithm set.
Alarmnet Registration: Registered
Communication Device is Registered with AlarmNet.

Not Registered
Communication Device is not Registered with AlarmNet.
Ethernet Information


Displays IP information, if IP communication path is enabled.
Physical Link:
Indicates status of the physical connection to the internet.
DHCP:
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) indicated server is performing satisfactorily.
NIC IP Address:
Displays the IP address assigned to this device
Subnet Mask:
Displays the 32-bit address mask used to indicate the portion (bits) of the IP address that is being
used for the subnet address.
Gateway IP Address:
Displays the IP address assigned to the Gateway.
DNS Server IP Address:
Displays the IP address assigned to the DNS (Domain Name System) server.
Message Meaning
Physical Link 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps
Link speed of physical connection

Bad
No physical connection
DHCP OK
DHCP address resolved

Bad
DHCP address not resolved
Off
DHCP
disabled
GSM Information –
Displays GSM information if GSM communication path is enabled.
Status Message
Meaning
GSM Registered
Cell Registration: Home 2G
Registered Home with 2G Service


Home 3G
Registered Home with 3G/4G Service

Roaming
Registered
Roaming
Primary
RSSI:
(See RSSI
Note below)
Primary Site RSSI level signal strength
(1 to 5 stars or “Not Present” will be displayed)

GPRS: (2G Only) Yes
GPRS Service availability

(Always available in 3G/4G) No
GPRS is not available
Country:
xxx
Country
Code
Network:
xxx
Network
Code

LAC xxxxx
Local Area Code

Cell: (2G only) xxxx
Base Station ID

Cell: (3G/4G only) xxxxxx
Base Station ID

Base Station: (2G Only) xx
Base Station Antenna Sector

Primary Sync Code (3G/4G Only) xxx
Primary Sync Code

Channel: xxxx
Control Channel in use

Second Site RSSI:
(See RSSI
Note below)
Secondary Site RSSI level availability
(“Present” OR “Not Present” will be displayed)
GSM Not Registered
Searching For Coverage!
Searching for cell network.
SIM
Error!

No SIM card present or SIM card faulty

Cell Registration: SIM Not Active

SIM is not activated

Cell Registration: Not Registered

Not registered with cell network
RSSI Note:
Primary Site Signal strength is displayed by a series of 1 to 5 stars (* weak to ***** strong) or “Not Present” if there is n
o
signal. To ensure a reliable installation at least 2 (**) stars should consistently be present. Secondary site presence is
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Communications ID Numbers –
Displays programmed SIM card information
Message Meaning
MAC: xxxxxxxxxxxx
MAC Address indicates the unique identification number for installed
communications module(s)
MAC CRC: xxxx
MAC CRC number for installed communications module(s)
WiFi:* xxxxxxxxxxxx
Physical MAC Address of the WiFi module
WiFi Ver: x.x.x
WiFi module software version
SCID:** xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Displays the ID number assigned to the installed SIM card (SCID)
IMEI:** xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Displays the ID number assigned to the installed GSM module.
* This is the system MAC that should be referenced whenever speaking with technical support.
** Displayed if GSM communication path is enabled.
Test Communications –
Performs network diagnostics and sends test alarms to AlarmNet. The following
tests are available depending on the type of communications module installed.

Test Ethernet

This test is available if IP communication path is enabled. The network diagnostic process tests the integrity of the links
between the LYNX Touch and the various connection points of AlarmNet Control that are known as “Redirectors”. If a physical
link is detected and is ready, the following diagnostics are performed.
Testing Gateway... Traces the connection to the Gateway and displays the following:
Testing Gateway – Successful!
A successful trace to Gateway. OR
Testing Gateway – Failed!
Failed to reach Gateway.
Testing Redirector * Sequentially traces the connection to Redirector 1, 2 and 3 at AlarmNet Control. The following will be
displayed.
Redirector * – Service OK
Service at AlarmNet Control on Redirector 1, 2 or 3 is functioning. OR
Redirector * – Failed
Error occurred on Redirector 1, 2 or 3.
* = Number of the director being tested is displayed

A summary of the tests is displayed after Redirector 3 is tested. The example shows that the tests of all three
connection points, or Redirectors, were successful. If an error occurred at any point, the summary will display “Failed”
next to the faulty Redirector.
Redirector 1 – Service OK
Redirector 2 – Service OK
Redirector 3 – Service OK

If no physical link is detected, the test is aborted and one of the following is displayed:
No Physical Link
No physical link is detected.
Link Not Ready
There is a link but it is not ready (address not resolved).
Send Any

If both IP and GSM communication paths are enabled and the LYNX Touch is registered, a Test alarm is sent over IP path. If
that is not successful, it sends the alarm over GSM path and the following message is displayed:
Test Message Sent

If the device is not registered, the following is displayed:
Test Message Failed – Not Registered


Send GSM Message
If GSM communication path is enabled and the LYNX Touch is registered, a Test alarm to AlarmNet over the GSM path. The
following message is displayed:
Test Message Sent

If the device is not registered, the following message is displayed:
Test Message Failed – Not Registered

Send Ethernet Message
If IP communication path is enabled and the LYNX Touch is registered, a Test alarm to AlarmNet over the IP path. The
following message is displayed:
Test Message Sent

If the device is not registered, the following message is displayed:
Test Message Failed – Not Registered
Setup Communication –
Performs registration of the LYNX Touch and its associated communication
module with AlarmNet updates configuration files or reset factory defaults.
Registering the LYNX Touch
Once the LYNX Touch is initialized and a communications module is programmed, it must be registered to
enable the account. Upon completion of the registration process, the LYNX Touch transmits a registration
message and receives a registration validation indicating that the account is now enabled. Wait for the
“Registration Success” message to appear, regardless of which registration method is used.
You can register the communications module by one of the following methods:


Through the AlarmNet Direct website


By Phone


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Register through AlarmNet Direct Website
If you have programmed the communications module through AlarmNet Direct, you must then transfer the
data to the module, and register the module.
To do this, please go to: https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect/userlogin.aspx.
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts.
If you are not signed up for this service, click on “Dealer Signup” from the login screen to gain access to the
Honeywell web-based programming.
Dealer Sign-Up Direct Link: https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirectP_Sign-Up.
You will be instructed how to proceed upon completing the sign-up form. Only one sign-up per dealer is
required. Once an initial user is established, additional logins may be created by that user.
Please have the following information available when programming the device:
1.

Primary City ID (two-digit number)
2.

Primary Central Station ID (two-digit hexadecimal number)
3.

Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number)
4.

MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on outside of box and on label inside module –
location to be
confirmed
).
Once module is registered, you may log out of the AlarmNet Direct website.
Register by Phone
You can register the module by calling the AlarmNet Technical Assistance Center (TAC) at 1-800-222-6525.
You will need the following information:


MAC number (found on the label).


Subscriber information (provided by the central station), including a city code, CSID, and a subscriber ID.


When instructed to do so, select
Register Device
in the LYNX Touch Diagnostics to complete the
registration.
Register through LYNX Touch Diagnostics
Register the module using the LYNX Touch Diagnostics and the following procedure.

SCREEN ACTION


Comm. Diagnostics


1. Select “Comm. Diagnostics” The System displays the following options depending upon
the communication device that is installed:
WiFi Location
None

Configure
WiFi
Ethernet
Information

GSM
Information
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page:


Communication
Status
Test
Communication
Setup
Communication

Communication

ID Numbers






Setup
Communication

2. Select “Setup Communication”. The System advances to the Registration screen and
the following options are displayed:
Register
Device
Register Device
With PIN
Update
Server
Factory
Defaults


3. Select “Register Device”.
The registration message is sent and the unit waits
for the acknowledgement. (Refer to the table below for applicable
registration messages.)
Note:


Register Device can be cancelled by selecting “Cancel”. The registration process is
aborted and the message Registration Cancelled! is displayed.
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During the registration process the following messages may be displayed:

Message Meaning
Getting Configuration File...
The configuration file is obtained from AlarmNet if the module was programmed through
AlarmNet Direct or a previously programmed module was defaulted.

Registering...
The registration message is sent and the unit is waiting for the acknowledgement.

Registration Successful!
The module is registered and is now in full service and available for alarm reporting to the
central station.

Registering – Try Later!
Error Message indicates the module is busy.
Registration Failed!
Error message followed by one of the messages below:
Invalid Configuration!
Indicates the configuration is invalid.
Timed Out.
Displayed if no response to the registration request is received.
Central Station Database Full.
Indicates CS database has more than 1000 subscribers.
Primary Sub ID Bad.
Indicates the city, central station, or customer number for the labeled account is not
accepted. The ID information was either entered incorrectly, or the central station failed to
pre-authorize programmed ID numbers with AlarmNet customer service.
Primary ID – Need PIN.
Indicates the city, central station, or customer number for the labeled account is not
accepted. The ID information was either entered incorrectly, or the central station failed to
pre-authorize programmed ID numbers with AlarmNet customer service. See the
Register
Device With PIN
section.
Account Disabled.
Displayed if the account is disabled in AlarmNet.
Register Device with PIN
This procedure is used to replace one LYNX Touch module with another.
SCREEN ACTION


Comm. Diagnostics


1. Select “Comm. Diagnostics” The System displays the following options depending upon
the communication device that is installed:
Communication
Status
Ethernet
Information
GSM
Information

Communication
ID Numbers
Test
Communication
Setup
Communication





Setup
Communication

2. Select “Setup Communication”. The System advances to the Registration screen and
the following options are displayed:
Register
Device
Register Device
With PIN

Update
Server
Factory
Defaults


3. Select “Register Device With PIN”.
Enter a 4-digit alphanumeric PIN number
(provided by your central station, your dealer or an authorized AlarmNet
representative) on the displayed keypad then select “Done”. (Refer to the
table below for applicable registration messages.)
Note:

Register Device With PIN
can be cancelled by selecting “Cancel”. The registration
process is aborted and the message Registration Cancelled! is displayed.
During the registration process the following messages may be displayed:
Message Meaning
Registering...
The registration message is sent and the unit is waiting for the acknowledgement.

Registration Successful!
The PIN number is valid and module is registered and is now in full service and available
for alarm reporting to the central station. The old module is unregistered. Additionally,
AlarmNet sends a substitution alarm to the central station.
Registering – Try Later!
Error Message indicates the module is busy.
Registration Failed!
Error message followed by one of the messages below:
Invalid Configuration!
Indicates the configuration is invalid.
Timed Out.
Displayed if no response to the registration request is received.
Primary ID – Need PIN.
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Update Server
This procedure is used to upload the Configuration File to the Server.
SCREEN ACTION


Comm. Diagnostics


1. Select “Comm. Diagnostics” The System displays the following options depending upon
the communication device that is installed:
WiFi Location
None

Configure
WiFi
Ethernet
Information

GSM
Information
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page:
Communication
Status
Test
Communication
Setup
Communication

Communication

ID Numbers






Setup
Communication


2. Select “Setup Communication”. The System advances to the Registration screen and
the following options are displayed:
Register
Device
Register Device
With PIN
Update
Server
Factory
Defaults


3. Select “Update Server” and select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. The
device uploads its entire configuration file to the server. Selecting “No” will cancel the
operation. (Refer to the table below for applicable registration messages.)
During the upload process the following messages may be displayed:
Message Meaning
Updating Root File...
The root file is being uploaded.

Programming Done
Indicates the root file has been successfully uploaded.
Updating Configuration – Try Later!
Error message indicates the module is busy
Cannot Upload – Try Later!
Error message indicates the communication path(s) is not available.
Update Root File – Failed!
Error message indicates an error while uploading root file.
Enroll the L5100-WiFi Module
The module can be enrolled using one of the following procedures:


Scan Access Points


Manual Configure Access Points


WPS (If available)

SCREEN ACTION


Comm. Diagnostics


1. Select “Comm. Diagnostics” The System displays the following options depending upon
the communication device that is installed:
WiFi Location
None

Configure
WiFi
Ethernet
Information

GSM
Information
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page:
Communication
Status
Test
Communication
Setup
Communication

Communication

ID Numbers


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SCREEN
ACTION


WiFi Location
None

2. Select “WiFi Location”. The System will scroll between “None” and “Speaker Side”. After
selecting “Speaker Side”, the “Configure WiFi” option will be displayed.
3. Select “Configure WiFi”. The following options will be displayed”:
Scan Access Points
Manually Configure AP
WPS*
* If available


Enroll using Scan Access Points
Note:
If the preferred access point is not available after scanning, manually select the network via the “Manually Configure
Access Points” procedure.

1. Select “Scan Access Points”. The available networks and signal strength are displayed. Use the down
T

arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to the previous page.
System Programming...
5100-100-091-V1
Edit
Scan
SSID = Vtek, RSSI = -69dbm
SSID = JimC, RSSI = -50dbm
SSID = Toms_net, RSSI = -80dbm

2. Select the desired Network and then press the “Edit” button. The network information is displayed. Select the
“Join” button. A confirmation screen will be displayed.
3. Select “OK”, then select “Save” to confirm the selection.
4. Select the “
2
” button two times. The Ethernet information will be displayed. Signal strength will be indicated
by a series of colored bars along with the RSSI level (in dBM).

Bars Meaning
RSSI
range (dBM)
4 White
No connection
-255 (used internally)
1 Yellow, 3 White
Weak
-81 or higher
2 Yellow, 2 White
Fair
-71 to -80
3 Yellow, 1 White
Good
-51 to -70
4 Yellow
Excellent
-50 or less
Manually Configure Access Points
Note:
For WEP Security type, the LYNX Touch supports the Key Index 1 in open system authentication mode.
1. Select “Manually Configure AP”, the following screen is displayed.
5100-100-034-V0
System Programming...
Network Type
Infrastructure
DHCP
Yes
Security
Open
Key
* * * *
Join
Static
Save
SSID Name


2. Select “SSID Name” and then enter a name (not to exceed 31 characters) on the displayed keyboard.
3. Select “Security”. The system scrolls between the following options:

Open
WPA1
WPA2
WEP*

When configuring for WEP encryption key on the access point, always use hexa-decimal type as the input method.
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5. Select “DHCP”. The system scrolls between “Yes” and “No”. If “No” is selected the “Static” button is displayed.
Note:
When entering a password, up to 31 characters can be entered. The system will only display the first 22 characters but
will accept up to 31.
6. If a password is required, select “Key” and enter the password.
7. Select the “Static” button and go to step 8.
8. Select each of the following and enter the required information on the displayed keyboard:

IP Address (Enter the 4-part address)

Subnet Mask (Enter the 4-part address)

Gateway IP Address (Enter the 4-part address)

DNS Server IP Address (Enter the 4-part address)
9. Select “Save” when complete. Pressing “Save” will cause the panel to automatically attempt to join the
configured access point every time the system is powered up.
10. Select “Join” when ready to connect with the access point. If the panel joins the access point successfully, it
will automatically attempt to join this access point again on power up.
WiFi Protected Set-up (WPS)
(If available)

Note:
For WPS operation, press the WPS button on the access point first. Then press the WPS button within 2 minutes

1. Select “WPS”, the system displays “Please Stand-by for WPS Operation...”.
2. If the operation is successful the system displays “Device has been successfully added to the network.”
Select “OK”.
3. If the operation is unsuccessful the system displays “Failed Operation. Device not added to the network.”
Select “OK”.
Factory Defaults
This procedure resets the programming options to factory-default values.
SCREEN ACTION


Comm. Diagnostics


1. Select “Comm. Diagnostics” The System displays the following options depending upon
the communication device that is installed:
WiFi Location
None

Configure
WiFi
Ethernet
Information

GSM
Information
Use the down
T
arrow to scroll to the next page of options. Use the
S
arrow to return to
the previous page:
Communication
Status
Test
Communication
Setup
Communication

Communication

ID Numbers



Setup
Communication


2. Select “Setup Communication”. The System advances to the Registration screen and
the following options are displayed:
Register
Device
Register Device
With PIN
Update
Server
Factory
Defaults


3. Select “Factory Defaults” and select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. The
device is reset to factory default values. Selecting “No” will cancel the operation. (Refer
to the table below for applicable registration messages.)
The following messages may be displayed:
Message Meaning
Default Configuration – Successful!
Indicates all programmed values are reset to the original factory settings.
Default Configuration Failed –
Access Denied
Error message indicates the device does not have local programming access.
Default Configuration – Try Later!
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Remote Programming/Control (Downloading)
General Information
The control panel can be remotely programmed from an IBM-compatible Personal Computer (PC), Compass
Downloader, a HAYES compatible Modem or via a capable GSM or IP Communications Module. When
connected to the COMPASS Downloader – “SERVICE UPDATE” appears on touch screen.
UL

Downloading may only be performed if a technician is at the site.
Multiple security levels protect remote programming against compromise by attempts to defeat the system.
1. Security Code Handshake:
A download ID code is verified for authenticity before connection is
established.
2. Site-Initiated Remote Programming:
The installer initiates downloading by selecting the “Initiate
Download” button on the Installer programming screen.
3. Station-Initiated Remote Programming:
The operator calls the site from your office to initiate the
download call. The Control hangs up and then calls back the PC via the preprogrammed telephone
number. The unit can then be uploaded, downloaded, or controlled from your office.
4. Data Encryption:
Data passed between the PC and the Control is encrypted for security so that it is
very difficult for a foreign device tapped into the phone line to take over communication and substitute
system-compromising information.
Equipment required to download to a system at the premises

Compass Downloader for Windows (at revision level supporting LYNX Touch).

Flexible Callback:
If enabled in Installer Programming, the download operator can temporarily change the
last 1, 2, or 3 digits (depending on selection) of the call back number. This allows the control to call back a
computer other than the one programmed, which may be helpful at times of high computer traffic.

Remote Programming Information

If using Remote Programming, the LYNX Touch must be connected to the telephone line, GSM Cellular or to
the Internet, as applicable.
The downloading system can perform many functions when in communication with the Control. Besides
uploading and downloading, the status of the system can be observed and various commands can be
initiated, as follows:


Arm the system in the away mode; disarm the system.

Bypass a zone.

Force the system to accept a new program download.

Shut down communication functions (for nonpayment of monitoring fees in an owned system).

Shut down all security system functions (for nonpayment for a leased system).

Inhibit local keypad programming (prevents account takeover).


Command the system to upload a copy of its resident program to the office.

Set the time

View/Modify

Read: arming status, AC power status, lists of faulted zones, bypassed zones, zones currently in alarm,
zones currently in trouble, and RF sensors with low battery conditions; read control’s time.

Notes:
(1)

After the control and the PC have established valid communication, “Service Update” will be displayed on the
LCD.

(2) The detailed operation of the download functions is covered in the installation instructions for the Compass
Downloader for Windows.
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Remote Programming/Control (Downloading)
Remote Programming Advisory Notes

A copy of the program downloaded may be printed using the IBM PC-compatible computer’s internal
report generator, when an optional printer is connected (consult your PC manual for proper printer and
connections).

The approximate time for program upload or download for a complete program is shown below:


Communication Method
Approximate Time
PSTN 380
secs.
GSM 75
secs.
IP or WiFi
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System Operation
Key/Touchscreen Operation
The keys and touchscreen allows the user to arm and disarm the system, and perform other system
functions, such as bypassing zones. Zone and system conditions (ALARM, trouble, bypass) are displayed on
the display. When an alarm occurs, console sounding and external sounding will occur, and the zone(s) in
alarm will be displayed on the display. Pressing any key will silence the keypad sounder for 10 seconds (only
once). Disarming the system will silence both console and external sounders. When the system is disarmed,
any zones that were in an alarm condition during the armed period will be displayed (memory of alarm). To
clear this display, simply repeat the disarm sequence by pressing the OFF key and entering the Security
Code. The console also features chime annunciation, and three panic key icons for silent, audible, fire or
personal emergency alarms. These keys can notify the central station of an alarm condition, if that service
is connected.
Panic Key/Icons
There are three panic key icons that, if programmed, are displayed on the virtual keypad when the “PANIC”
key is depressed for four seconds. The panic key screen will timeout if a selection is not made within ten
seconds. The keys can be used to manually initiate alarms and send a report to the central station. Each can
be individually programmed for 24-hour silent, audible, personal or fire emergency responses. The panic
function is activated when the respective keys is pressed. The panic functions are identified by the system as
follows:
Zone Function
95
Fire Emergency

96
Medical Emergency

99
Police Emergency

Important:
For the silent panic functions to be of practical value, the system must be connected to a central station.
Security Codes
Installer Code

The installer programs the 4-digit Installer Code initially as part of the programming procedure. The
factory default Installer Code is
4-1-1-2
, but may be changed in the Installer Code programming
field. The Installer Code is the only code that allows entry into Installer Programming mode.
Master Code
In normal operation mode,

the Master Code is used to enter the 4-digit User Security Codes.
Enter/Change the Master Code by installer.
The factory default Master Code for the LYNX Touch Control is set to 1-2-3-4. The Master Code is used to
enter the 4-digit User Security Codes.

SCREEN ACTION
WiFi Config
Date Time
Ready To Arm
Events
Back
Reminders
Keypad
Users
5100-100-006-V0
Slide Show
Test

1. After entering the User Tools/Programming Menu, select the “Users” icon
on the User Menu screen. The system displays the User Code
Programming screen


Master ****


3. Select “Master”, then select “Edit”.
3. Enter a new four-digit Master Code on the displayed keypad The system
will display the new code on the left side of the screen.
4. Select “Done” when you are finished.
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System Operation
Secondary User Codes
In normal operation mode, the Master Security Code can be used to assign up to 14 secondary 4-digit
security codes, including a Babysitter Code and a Duress Code. The Master Code can also be used to remove
secondary codes from the system (individually). Refer to the LYNX Touch User Manual for additional
information.

Reset Master User Code
1.

After Entering the Installer Programming Mode, select “Reset Master Code” from the second page of the
Installer Programming Tools menu.
2.

The system displays a confirmation screen. Select the “Yes” key to reset the Master User Code to “1234”.
3.

If confirmed, the Master Code will be reset back to “1-2-3-4”. This will be logged in the System Event Log
as “Reset Master Code User 2 E655”. The system returns to the second page of the Installer
Programming Tools menu. OR
If the reset failed, the system will display: “Command Failed. Unable to Reset Master Code”.


Security Code Notes



The Master and Secondary security codes permit access to the system for arming, disarming, etc.


The Installer Code can disarm the system only if it was used to arm it. In addition, the Installer Code cannot
disarm the system if it was armed by pressing and holding a Quick-Arm button.


The Babysitter Code can disarm the system only if it was used to arm it. In addition, the Babysitter Code cannot
disarm the system if it was armed by pressing and holding a Quick-Arm button.


Duress code sends a special code to the monitoring station when used to perform any system operation. Instruct
users to be careful not to use this code for normal usage.


Opening/closing reports are sent for the Installer Code, with the appropriate subscriber number. Master Code and
set of secondary user codes are sent as Nos. 02 and 03–14, respectively, in Contact ID® format (with the
appropriate user number).
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System Operation
“Follow Me” System Announcement Feature
This feature allows the LYNX Touch to deliver a voice system message to the user phone numbers
programmed by the installer. The LYNX Touch will first transmit reports to the Central Station and after
receiving its kiss-off the system will dial the user phone numbers and begin transmitting the welcome
message “System Message, Press Star to Play”. The system will dial the user phone numbers a maximum of
eight times.
The “Follow Me” System announcements feature is only supported if PSTN line is available. The
announcements are individually sent to the phone, numbers which are programmed as Phone 1 and Phone 2
respectively in the Reporter Programming section. System Follow Me announcements are triggered by a
system event that belongs to one of the Event Groups enabled by Installer individually for the programmed
phone number(s). The groups are listed below.


All Bypassing actions by a user


Any Open/Close (arming/disarming status changes)


Any Alarms


Any Alarm Restores


Alarm Cancel by the user


Any System Troubles


Any Test


Non-security Events
If a “*” key is not pressed, LYNX Touch will announce “System message Press * to Play” for 45 seconds
before hanging up and redialing the programmed number. The control will make eight attempts before
unsuccessfully ending the System “Follow Me” session and erasing all the events in the queue. The next call
will be triggered by a new event from the Event Group enabled for the programmed number(s).
If a “*” key is pressed, LYNX Touch will play back a sequence of System “Follow Me” announcements from
the queue in chronological order starting with the oldest one. The announcements will include “End of
Message” at the end of the “Follow Me” announcements.
If a “*” key is pressed again during playback or within 15 seconds following the end of the playback, the
control will repeat the sequence. Otherwise the system will hang up, successfully ending the System “Follow
Me” session. Because the “*” key was pressed LYNX Touch will not redial the number again. The next call
will be triggered by a new event from the Event Group enabled for the programmed number(s).

Note:
The follow me system announcement will be terminated if any other event requires the system to send a report to the
Central Station. Once the PSTN line is available the session will be resumed and the control will again make up to 8
delivery attempts.

Follow Me Event Triggers
Follow Me
Announcement

Follow Me Event Triggers
Follow Me
Announcement
AC Loss
AC Loss

Interior Alarm
Interior Alarm
Audible Panic
Panic Alarm

Keypad Panic
Panic Alarm
Automatic Disarmed
Disarmed

Manual Test
System Test
Battery Failed Under Load
System Low Battery

Medical Alarm
Emergency Alarm
Burglary Zone Bypass
Zone ** Bypassed

Perimeter Alarm
Perimeter Alarm
Carbon Monoxide Detected
Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Remote Disarm
Disarmed
Disarmed From AWAY or STAY
Disarmed

RF Sensor Lost
System Trouble
Emergency Alarm
Emergency Alarm

Sensor Low Battery or Tamper
Sensor Trouble
Entry/Exit Alarm
Perimeter Alarm

Silent Burglary
Silent Burglary
Exit Error Alarm (zone)
Perimeter Alarm

Siren Tamper
Tamper Alarm
Expansion Module Tamper
Tamper Alarm

System Inactivity
No Check In
Expansion Module Failure
System Trouble

System Low Battery
System Low Battery
Expansion Module Tamper Alarm
Tamper Alarm

Water Leakage Alarm
Auxiliary Alarm
Expansion Module Tamper Trouble
Tamper Alarm

Zone Bypass
Zone ** Bypassed
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm

Zone Tamper (Alarm)
Tamper Alarm
Fire Trouble
System Trouble

Zone Trouble
System Trouble
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System Operation
“Follow Me” Reminder Feature
This feature allows the user to schedule a time driven message. When activated, the system will dial the
User 1 and/or User 2 phone numbers, which are programmed as Phone 1 and Phone 2 respectively by the
installer (in the Reporter Programming section), and deliver a recorded message. The LYNX Touch will
immediately begin transmitting the voice message and will repeat the message for 45 seconds. If the
message has timed out, the system will redial the programmed number a maximum of seven additional
times or until it is acknowledged. Pressing any key on the LYNX Touch keypad will terminate both the
“Follow Me” reminder and the local reminder announcements.

Notes:
(1) This feature is only supported if it has been programmed.
(2) The follow me reminder will be terminated if any other event requires the system to dial out, however, delivery of
the local schedule reminder message will continue.
(3) If a Central Station report must be sent, the “Follow Me” Reminder message will be suspended. Once the PSTN
line is available the session will be resumed and the control will again make up to 8 delivery attempts.

Remote Phone Control Feature

The remote phone control feature, which must be enabled, allows the user to access the security system from
any off-site touch-tone telephone. The control will pick up the incoming call, based on the specified ring
count, and will announce “SYSTEM ENTER CODE” every three seconds for the next nine seconds. During
this period the panel will wait for a valid User Code to be entered. If a valid User Code is not entered or the
nine second period expires a modem tone will be generated for remote programming (Compass
Downloading). If a valid User Code has been entered, the control will announce the current system status
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System Operation

System Displays
The following icons will be displayed on the Home screen along with specific zone status information
(if applicable) to indicate system status.
DISPLAY DEFINITION
DISPLAY DEFINITION
DISPLAY DEFINITION

AC Loss

Door Open


Fault *
Garage Door

Alarm
(intrusion)


Window Open


WiFi source
present

Armed Away

Exit Active


No WiFi source

Armed Stay


Fire
OR
Heat Sensor


Battery Low

Flood

Check Zones

Glass Break


CO Alarm


Medical Alarm


Disarmed Not
Ready to Arm


Motion

Disarmed
Ready to Arm


Temperature


90 RF Jam

Cover
Tamper


94 Phone
Line Cut


Reporter
Failure


103 Comm.
Trouble

72
Automation
(Z-Wave Node
Failure)


Zone Status Displays
The following icons will be displayed on the Zone Status screen along with specific zone status information
when a zone has been Faulted, Bypassed or in Alarm.

DISPLAY
DEFINITION
DISPLAY DEFINITION DISPLAY
DEFINITION

Alarm

Ready
Bypass

Fault (Yellow)


Trouble (red)





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System Operation

UL

Audio alarm verification has not been evaluated by UL.


Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice Feature)
This feature allows the central station operator to listen, talk to or conduct a two-way conversation with an
individual(s) at the premises. It also assists the operator in gathering information about the nature and
location of the alarm that may be helpful in responding to police and fire departments. All LYNX Touch
control panels are capable of supporting the Two-Way Voice feature. The LYNX Touch does not make system
announcements when the Two-Way voice feature is active.
Activation

Fire and CO alarms will prevent the LYNX Touch from starting an AAV session. A new Fire or CO alarm will
end an AAV session that is in progress.
The LYNX Touch sends the “alarm message” followed by a “Listen-in-to-Follow message” (Contact ID® code
606) to the Central Station. The Listen-in-to-Follow message causes the Central Station’s digital receiver to
temporarily hold the phone line for approximately 1-minute. When the LYNX Touch receives the “kissoff”
from the central station, indicating that the alarm message has been received, the Two-Way Voice (AAV)
feature is activated in the (default) “Listen Mode” and sirens and keypad sounds are discontinued. The
LYNX Touch transmits a beep acknowledgment to the Central Station, once per second. The beep alternates
between two tones and indicates that the LYNX Touch is waiting for a session command from the Central
Station operator. Once a command is issued the beep acknowledgement is discontinued, however, if a
command is not issued within two minutes the system will “time out” and the call will be terminated.
Operator Commands

The Central Station operator begins the session, which last 5 minutes, by entering one of the valid AAV
commands shown in the table below. The session may be extended 5 minutes, without changing the
operating mode, by pressing the [7] key on the touch-tone phone. Selecting another operating mode also
resets the session an additional 5 minutes. During the last minute of the 5 minute, session, the LYNX
Touch generates two beeps every 30 seconds to alert the Central Station operator that the session is about to
time out. The Central Station operator may then extend the session by pressing the [7] key on the touch-tone
phone. If the session is not extended the phone line is disconnected, and the session is ended. Sessions may
be ended at any time by pressing the [9] key on the touch-tone phone. The AAV modes are described as
follows:
Note:
When entering AAV commands make sure the Central Station receiver has been disconnected from the phone
line, otherwise AAV commands may not go through.

Key

Function

1
Talk Mode: Pressing the [1] key on the touch tone phone, enables one-way voice communication from the
central station to the violated premises, and allows the operator to talk communicate through the LYNX
Touch speaker. In this mode the Red (Armed) and Green (Ready) LEDs blink alternately.
2
VOX (Voice) Mode: Pressing the [2] key on the touch-tone phone, enables two-way voice communications
between the central station and the violated premises. In this mode the Red (Armed) and Green (Ready)
LEDs blink alternately.
3
Listen Mode: Pressing the [3] key on the touch-tone phone, enables one-way audio from the violated premises
to the central station. The Listen Mode is the start up default mode of the voice feature and allows the
operator to listen through the LYNX Touch microphone. This mode does not affect the existing LED pattern.
7
Extends the session 5 minutes without changing its operating mode.
9
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System Operation
Event Log
The LYNX Touch Series event log is capable of recording and displaying up to 128 system events. The type
of events that can be recorded is selectable and is programmed in the System Type programming field. The
event log can be reviewed by entering the Installer Programming or Master User Programming mode. Refer
to the LYNX Touch Series User Manual for additional information.
Note:
In the unlikely condition that the backup battery becomes fully discharged when AC power is lost, any system activity performe
d after
the low battery notification will not be saved in the event log. Additionally, the panel will revert to the status condition as
before the low
battery notification.

Contact ID
®
& SIA Event Log Codes

CID
Code

Definition


SIA
Code
Definition
110 Alarm, Fire

AT/AR AC Trouble/AC Restoral
121 Alarm, Duress


BA/BR
Burglary Alarm/Burglary Restoral
122 Alarm, Silent


CA/CD
Automatic Closing/Closing Delinquent
123 Alarm, Audible


CI
Fail to Close (Log only)
131 Alarm, Perimeter

CL
Closing Report
132 Alarm, Interior

CQ
Remote Closing
134 Alarm, Entry/Exit

CR
Recent Closing
135 Alarm, Day/Night


DF/DR
Door Forced/Door Restoral
137 Alarm, Tamper

EA
Exit Alarm
145
Expansion Module Tamper

ES/EJ
Expansion Device Tamper/Expansion Tamper Restore
146 Silent Burglary

ET
Expansion Trouble
150 24-Hour Non-Burglary

FA
Fire Alarm
162
Carbon Monoxide Detected


FT/FJ
Fire Trouble/Fire Trouble Restore
301
Trouble, AC Loss


HA/HR
Holdup Alarm/Holdup Restoral
302
Trouble, Low System Battery

GA/GR Gas Alarm/Gas Restoral
305
Trouble, System Reset

FT/FJ
Fire Trouble/Fire Trouble Restore
316
System Tamper*

LT/LR
Phone Line Trouble/Phone Line Restoral
341
Trouble, Case Tamper

OA
Automatic Opening
344
Trouble, RF Receiver Jam Detect
OC
Cancel Report
351
Trouble, Telco 1 Fault

OP
Opening Report
353
Trouble, Long Range Radio Transmitter Fault

OQ
Remote Opening
373
Trouble, Fire Trouble

PA
Panic Alarm
374
Trouble, Exit Error Alarm

RP
Automatic Test
380
Trouble, Sensor

RX
Manual Test
381
Trouble, Loss of Supervision RF

TA/TH
Tamper Alarm/Tamper Alarm Restore
383
Trouble, Sensor Tamper


TJ
Tamper Trouble Restore
384
RF Low Battery

TS/TE Test Start/Test End
401
Open/Close by User

TT
Tamper Trouble
403 Open/Close Automatic


UA
Untyped Zone Alarm
406 Cancel


UB/UU
Untyped Zone Bypass/Untyped Zone Unbypass
407 Remote Arm/Disarm


UT/UJ
Untyped Zone Trouble/Restore
408 Quick Arm


XG/XH
RF Interference/RF Interference Restore
441 Armed Stay


XT/XR
Transmitter Battery Trouble/Transmitter Battery Restoral
455
Auto-Arm Failed

YT/YR
System Battery Trouble/System Battery Restoral
459 Recent Close


570 Zone/Sensor Bypass



601
Manual Trigger Test Report



602
Periodic Test Report



606
Listen-in to follow



607 Walk Test



623
Event 90% Full



627
Program Mode Entry (Logged in Event Log Only)



628
Program Mode Exit (Logged in Event Log Only)


*If APL is enabled, AlarmNet will generate a special comm. fail
message (E316) if it does not hear from a unit within 15 minutes
after a delayed alarm is delivered. This message is meant to alert
the Central Station that the system has been tampered with and
may have been compromised.
654 System Inactivity


655
Reset Master Code (Logged in Event Log Only)


759
Resident Monitor Zone Response

760
Resident Response Zone Response


761
General Monitor Zone Response

762
General Response Zone Response

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System Operation
Central Station Messages
The following messages are sent by the L5100 communications modules (GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G, ILP5 and
L5100-WiFi) for the conditions listed below.
Alarm Condition
Alarm Code
Restore Code
Power On / Reset
E339 C0803
Primary Communication Path Supervision
E350 C0951
R350 C0951
Secondary Communication Path Supervision
E350 C0952
R350 C0952
Test
5555 5555 9
The control panel sends its own general code (E353) for a trouble condition. The Control panel sends tamper trouble
(E341), tamper alarm (E145), power loss (E301) and low battery (E302) messages.
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Testing the System
TO THE INSTALLER
Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer and frequent testing by the user are vital
to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system.
The installer should assume the responsibility of developing and offering a regular maintenance program to the
user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and limitations of the alarm system and its
component parts. Recommendations must be included for a specific program of frequent testing (at least
weekly) to ensure the system’s proper operation at all times.
Test Modes
The “Test” button provides access to the following functions and test modes:
Option Function
Walk Test
Refer to the User Manual for additional information
RF Sniffer Test
Refer to the
Installing Wireless Zones
section of this manual for additional information.
Go-No-Go Test
Refer to the
Installing Wireless Zones
section of this manual for additional information.
Dialer Test
Refer to the to the paragraph in this section and the User Manual for additional information
Zone Discovery
Provides access to the Zone Discovery. Refer to the paragraph in this section for additional
information regarding the Zone Discovery feature.
Diagnostics
Provides access to the Reboot Feature. Refer to the paragraph in this section for additional
information regarding the Reboot feature.
Testing the System
After installation is completed, the security system should be carefully tested, as follows:
1. With the system in the disarmed state, check that all zones are intact. If the “ready” LED is not lit,
select the Zones icon to display the faulted zone(s). If necessary, restore faulted zone(s) so that the
“ready” LED lights. Fault and restore every sensor individually to assure that it is being monitored by
the system.
Armed System Test
Alarm messages will be sent to the central station during the following tests 1 and 2.
Notify the Central
Station in advance that tests will be in progress.
1. Arm the system and fault one or more zones. After 15 seconds (if optional dialer delay is selected),
silence alarm sounder(s) by pressing OFF and entering the security code. Check entry/exit delay zones.
2. Check the keypad-initiated alarms that are in the system by selecting the Panic key. If the system has
been programmed for audible emergency, the keypad will emit a steady alarm sound, and “ALARM” and
zone number will be displayed. For LYNX Touch, silence the alarm pressing OFF and entering the
Security Code. For LYNX Touch SIA configuration, silence the alarm by entering the Security Code.
If the system has been programmed for silent emergency, there will be no audible alarms or displays, but
a report will be sent to the central station.
3. Notify the central station when all tests are finished, and verify results with them.
4. To test the wireless part of the system and the RF receiver, perform the two additional tests described in
the
Installing Wireless Zones
section: Sniffer mode and Go/No Go Test.
Note:
System Test mode and Go/No Go Test will be automatically terminated after 3-1/2 to 4 hours if the installer or user
does not manually terminate it. This ensures that fire and panic zones will not remain disabled. However, Sniffer
mode does not automatically expire. You must manually exit (by entering an OFF Sequence) Sniffer mode to return
to normal operation.
During the final 5 minutes the system will emit double beeps indicating that the end of Test
mode is nearing.
Dialer Test
The Dialer Test checks that the phone connection to the central station is working properly.
Notify the
Central Station in advance that tests will be in progress.
1. With the System in the Installer Programming mode, select the “Test” button and then select the “Dialer
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Testing the System
2. If the test is successful the system will send the Manual Trigger Test Report (E601) to the Central
Station. The test will not be recorded in the Event Log.
3. The system will make eight attempts to test the dialer for the Primary and eight attempts to test the
Secondary Central Station. If the test is unsuccessful the system will display a “Reporter Failure”
trouble message after 9-17 minutes.
Zone Discovery Mode

Zone Discovery mode requires Installer supervision when in use. The system is not fully operational for fire or life safety
while Zone Discovery Mode is active.
Zone discovery mode can be used to remotely view all zones that have been programmed in the system for
operation. The zones must have a response type programmed and in the case of RF zones, must also have a
serial number programmed. All zones programmed (except for duress) will be displayed.
Enter Zone Discovery
1. With the System in the Installer Programming mode, select the “Test” button and then select the “Zone
Discovery” button. The “Zone Discovery” button will be highlighted indicating that the mode is active.
Exit Zone Discovery
1.

Enter an Off sequence. If you do not exit zone discovery mode manually, the system will automatically
exit zone discovery mode in approximately 1-4 minutes dependent upon the number of zones that are
programmed. The system beeps once and returns to the home screen.
Rebooting the System
The Reboot function allows you to restart the system if required. To reboot the system perform the following:
1. With the System in the Installer Programming mode, select the “Test” button and then select the
“Diagnostics” button.
2. The system advances to the next screen. Select the “Reboot” button. A confirmation screen will appear.
3. Select “Yes”. The system will restart.
Note:
After the reboot sequence is complete it is recommended that you perform a “Walk Test” to verify that all transmitters
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LYNX Touch Programming Default Values
Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Installer Code

4112

4112

4112

4112

System Type


RF
Jam
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

Speaker
Phone
Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
Two
Way
Voice
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
RF House Code

0

0

0

0

Phone Notification

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Remote Phone
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Phone Detect Time
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
Events - Log All
Press To Log All
Log All Set

Press To Log All
Press To Log All
Events - Log Alarm
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Events - Log Bypass
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Events - Log Open/Close
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Events - Log Trouble
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Non Security
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled

Remote Access Serial
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Multi Mode Serial
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Date Time


Calendar

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

Enter Time

10:00AM

10:00AM

10:00AM

10:00AM

Time Zone

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Day Light Savings time

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Start Month

March

March

March

March

Start Week

Second

Second

Second

Second

End Month

November

November

November

November

End Week

First

First

First

First

Communicator


Communications Path

None

None

None

None

APL
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
City ID

None

None

None

None

CS ID

None

None

None

None

Sub ID

None

None

None

None

Supervision

24 Hours

24 Hours

24 Hours

24 Hours

Old Alarm Time

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

Remote Acc. Comm.

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Multi Mode Comm.

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

GSM Fault Time
00
00
00
00
IP
Fault
Time
00 00 00 00
Use
DHCP
Yes Yes Yes Yes
NI IP Address
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255
Gateway IP Address
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
DNS Server IP Address
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
Zones

See Zone Programming Default Values
Reporter

Primary CS info


Phone Type

Contact Id: 4 Digit

Contact Id: 4 Digit
Contact Id: 4 Digit

Contact Id: 4 Digit
Communicator Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank

Blank
Blank
Blank

Account Number

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

Dynamic
Priority
None None None None
Dynamic
Delay
None None None None
Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Report Alarms

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Troubles

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled Disabled
Report Tests

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
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LYNX Touch Programming Default Values
Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Secondary CS info

Phone Type

None
None
None

None
Communicator Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank
Blank
Blank

Blank
Account Number

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

Dynamic
Priority
None None None None
Dynamic
Delay
None None None None
Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Report Alarms

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Troubles

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled Disabled
Report Tests
Enabled

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Follow Me Phone 1




Phone
Type
None None None None
Phone Number
Blank Blank Blank Blank
Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Report
Alarms
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
Report
Troubles
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Tests

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Follow Me Phone 2


Phone Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank
Blank
Blank

Blank
Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Report Alarms

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Troubles

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Tests

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Selection


Arm Away

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled

Arm Stay

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Disarm

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Exit Error

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Recent Closing

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Event Log Full

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Trouble

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Trouble Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Alarm Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Alarm Cancel

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Test

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Test Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Bypass

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Bypass Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
AC Loss

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
AC Loss Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Low Battery

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Low Battery Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
RF Low Battery

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
RF Low Battery Restore

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Options


PBX

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Call Wait Cancel

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Number of Reports
2 Reports
2 Reports
2 Reports
2 Reports

Alarm Report Delay
30 Seconds
30 Seconds

30 Seconds

30 Seconds

First Report Offset
6 Hrs
12 Hrs

12 Hrs

12 Hrs

Report Frequency
Never
30 Days

Never

Never

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LYNX Touch Programming Default Values
Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Downloader

Phone
Answer
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Ans. Machine Defeat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Modem Speed (Future Use)
Slow
Slow
Slow
Slow

Ring Counter
2
2

2

2

Callback Number
Blank
Blank

Blank

Blank

Flexible Callback
No
No

No

No

Number 1
1

1

1

Sounder


Burglary Alarm Sound
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Burglary Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
Fire Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
Arm Confirm
None
None
None
None

System Settings


Entry Delay 1
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
Entry Delay 2
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
Exit Delay
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
Backlight
Timeout
No No No No
Quick
Arm
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Quick
Exit
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Restart Exit Time
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Force
Bypass
No No No No
Exit
Warning
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto Stay Arming
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lack Of Usage Notify
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Power-Up In Previous
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Display Alarm Cancel
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Display Exit Time
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cross Zone Delay
None
None

None

None

Cross Zone 1
Disabled
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled
Z-Wave


Z-Wave Enabled-Installed

Enabled-Installed Enabled-Installed Enabled-Installed
Temperature
Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit

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LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada Programming Default Values
Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Installer Code

4112

4112

4112

4112

System Type


RF
Jam
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

Speaker
Phone
Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
Two
Way
Voice
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
RF House Code

0

0

0

0

Phone Notification

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Remote Phone
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Enabled
Phone Detect Time
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
2 Minutes
Events - Log All
Press To Log All
Log All Set

Press To Log All
Press To Log All
Events - Log Alarm
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Events - Log Bypass
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Events - Log Open/Close
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Events - Log Trouble
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Non Security
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled

Remote Access Serial
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Multi Mode Serial
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Date Time


Calendar

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

January 1, 2011

Enter Time

10:00AM

10:00AM

10:00AM

10:00AM

Time Zone

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Eastern (EST)

Day Light Savings time

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Start Month

March

March

March

March

Start Week

Second

Second

Second

Second

End Month

November

November

November

November

End Week

First

First

First

First

Communicator


Communications Path

None

None

None

None
APL
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
City ID

None

None

None

None

CS ID

None

None

None

None

Sub ID

None

None

None

None

Supervision

24 Hours

24 Hours

24 Hours

24 Hours

Old Alarm Time

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

10 Minutes

Remote Acc. Comm.

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Multi Mode Comm.

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

GSM Fault Time
00
00
00
00
IP
Fault
Time
00 00 00 00
Use
DHCP
Yes Yes Yes Yes
NI IP Address
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255
Gateway IP Address
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
DNS Server IP Address
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
Zones

See Zone Programming Default Values
Reporter

Primary CS Info


Phone Type

Contact Id: 4 Digit

Contact Id: 4 Digit
Contact Id: 4 Digit

Contact Id: 4 Digit
Communicator Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Account Number

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

Dynamic
Priority
None None None None
Dynamic
Delay
None None None None
Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Report Alarms

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Troubles

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled Disabled
Report Tests

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
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LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada Programming Default Values


Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Secondary CS Info

Phone Type

None

None
None
None

Communicator Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank

Blank
Blank
Blank

Account Number

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

FFFF

Dynamic
Priority
None None None None
Dynamic
Delay
None None None None
Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Press to Report All

Report Alarms

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Troubles

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled Disabled
Report Tests
Enabled

Enabled

Enabled Enabled
Follow Me Phone 1




Phone
Type
None None None None
Phone Number
Blank Blank Blank Blank
Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Press To Report All
Report
Alarms
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
Report
Troubles
Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Tests

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Follow Me Phone 2


Phone Type

None

None

None

None

Phone Number

Blank

Blank
Blank
Blank

Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Press To Report All

Report Alarms

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Troubles

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Open/Close

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Tests

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Report Selection


Arm Away

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled

Arm Stay

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Disarm

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Exit Error

Enabled

Disabled
Enabled
Enabled

Recent Closing

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Event Log Full

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Trouble

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Trouble Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Alarm Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Alarm Cancel

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Test

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Test Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Disabled
Enabled

Bypass

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Bypass Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

AC Loss

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

AC Loss Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Low Battery

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Low Battery Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

RF Low Battery

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

RF Low Battery Restore

Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
Enabled

Options


PBX

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Call Wait Cancel

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Number of Reports
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Alarm Report Delay
No Delay
15 Seconds

No Delay

No Delay

First Report Offset
6 Hrs
12 Hrs

12 Hrs

12 Hrs

Report Frequency
Never
30 Days

Never

Never

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LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada Programming Default Values
Program Function

Configuration 1

Configuration 2

Configuration 3

Configuration 4

Downloader

Phone
Answer
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Ans. Machine Defeat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Modem Speed (Future Use)
Slow
Slow
Slow

Slow
Ring Counter
2
2

2

2

Callback Number
Blank
Blank

Blank

Blank

Flexible Callback
No
No

No

No

Number 1
1

1

1

Sounder


Burglary Alarm Sound
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Burglary Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
Fire Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
4 Minutes
Arm Confirm
None
None
None

None
Alarm Options
Unlimited
2

2

2

System Settings


Entry Delay 1
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
Entry Delay 2
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
Exit Delay
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
60 Seconds
Backlight
Timeout
No No No No
Quick
Arm
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Quick
Exit
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Restart Exit Time
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Force
Bypass
No No No No
Exit Warning
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto Stay Arming
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lack Of Usage Notify
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Power-Up In Previous
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Display Alarm Cancel
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Display Exit Time
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cross Zone Delay
3 Minutes
None

None

None

Cross Zone 1
Disabled
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled

Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Disabled

Disabled

Disabled
Z-Wave

Z-Wave
Enabled-Installed Enabled-Installed Enabled-Installed Enabled-Installed
Temperature
Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit

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Zone Programming Default Values
Zone Assignment/Alarm Response Types for Configuration 1

Zone
Number

Loop
Number

Device Type

Response Type

Report

Chime

Supervision/
Input Type

Zone Descriptor

1

---

New

n/a

Yes
No
EOLR
n/a
2

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes
Yes
Supervised
Front

3

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes
Yes
Supervised
Back

4

2

Window

Perimeter

Yes
Yes
Supervised
n/a
5

1

Motion Sensor

Interior w/Delay

Yes
No
Supervised
n/a
46 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
47 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
48 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
49

3

4 Button Key

Arm Away

Yes
No
Button
n/a
50

2

4 Button Key

Disarm

Yes
No
Button
n/a
51

4

4 Button Key

Arm Stay

Yes
No
Button
n/a
52

1

4 Button Key

No Response

no
No
Button
n/a
53

3

4 Button Key

Arm Away

Yes
No
Button
n/a
54

2

4 Button Key

Disarm

Yes
No
Button
n/a
55

4

4 Button Key

Arm Stay

Yes
No
Button
n/a
56

1

4 Button Key

No Response

no
No
Button
n/a
80
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
81
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
82
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
83
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
84
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
85
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
95

---

Fire

Fire No Verification
Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
96

---

Medical

n/a

Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
97

---

---

---

Yes
No
Cover Tamper
n/a
99

---

Police

24-Hour Silent

Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
NOTE:
Zone 1 is a hardwire zone; Zone 2 to 48 are RF zones (Zones 46 to 48 are reserved for Garage Door Zones); Zone 92
is Duress; Zone 99 is keypad panic

Zone Assignment/Alarm Response Types for Configuration 2
Zone
Number

Loop
Number

Device Type

Response Type

Report

Chime

Supervision/
Input Type

Zone Descriptor

1

---

New

n/a

Yes
No
EOLR
n/a
2

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes
Yes
Supervised
Front

3

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes
Yes
Supervised
Back

4

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes
Yes
Supervised
Garage

5

1

Motion Sensor

Interior w/Delay

Yes
No
Supervised
n/a
6

1

Smoke Detector

Fire No verification
Yes
No
Supervised
n/a
46 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
47 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
48 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
49

3

4 Button Key

Arm Away

Yes
No
Button
n/a
50

2

4 Button Key

Disarm

Yes
No
Button
n/a
51

4

4 Button Key

Arm Stay

Yes
No
Button
n/a
52

1

4 Button Key

No Response

No
No
Button
n/a
53

3

4 Button Key

Arm Away

Yes
No
Button
n/a
54

2

4 Button Key

Disarm

Yes
No
Button
n/a
55

4

4 Button Key

Arm Stay

Yes
No
Button
n/a
56

1

4 Button Key

No Response

No
No
Button
n/a
80
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
81
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
82
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
83
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
84
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
85
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
95

---

Fire

Fire No Verification
Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
96

---

Medical

24-Hour Auxiliary
Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
97

---

---

---

Yes
No
Cover Tamper
n/a
99

---

Police

24-Hour Audible

Yes
No
Panic Trigger
n/a
NOTE:
Zone 1 is a hardwire zone; Zone 2 to 48 are RF zones (Zones 46 to 48 are reserved for Garage Door Zones); Zone 92
is Duress; Zone 99 is keypad panic
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Zone Programming Default Values
Zone Assignment/Alarm Response Types for Values 3 and 4
Zone
Number

Loop
Number
Device Type

Response Type

Report

Chime

Supervision/
Input Type

Zone Descriptor

1

---
New

n/a
Yes
No
EOLR

n/a
2

2

Door

Entry Exit 1
Yes
Yes
Supervised

Front
3

2

Door

Entry Exit 1
Yes
Yes
Supervised

Back
4

2

Window

Perimeter
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
5

2

Window

Perimeter
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
6

2

Window

Perimeter
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
7

2

Window

Perimeter
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
8

1

Motion Sensor
Interior w/Delay
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
9

1

Smoke Detector
Fire No Verification
Yes
No
Supervised

n/a
46 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
47 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
48 1
New
Not Used No Yes Supervised Main
49

3

4 Button Key
Arm Away
Yes
No
Button

n/a
50

2

4 Button Key
Disarm
Yes
No
Button

n/a
51

4

4 Button Key
No Response
Yes
No
Button

n/a
52

1

4 Button Key
No Response
No
No
Button

n/a
53

3

4 Button Key
Arm Away
Yes
No
Button

n/a
54

2

4 Button Key
Disarm
Yes
No
Button

n/a
55

4

4 Button Key
No Response
Yes
No
Button

n/a
56

1

4 Button Key
No Response
No
No
Button

n/a
80
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
81
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
82
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
83
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
84
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
High Temp
n/a
85
n/a
Temperature
Not Used
Yes
No
Low Temp
n/a
95

---
Fire

Fire No Verification
Yes
No
Panic Trigger

n/a
96

---
Medical

n/a
Yes
No
Panic Trigger

n/a
97

---

---
Yes
No
Cover Tamper

n/a
99

---
Police

24-Hour Silent
Yes
No
Panic Trigger

n/a
NOTE:
Zone 1 is a hardwire zone; Zone 2 to 48 are RF zones (Zones 46 to 48 are reserved for Garage Door
Zones); Zone 92 is Duress; Zone 99 is keypad panic

Zone Response Type Matrix

Device Type
Response Type
Entry Exit 1
Entry Exit 2
Perimeter
Resident Monitor
Resident Response
General Monitor
General Response
Day/Night
Interior Follower
Interior With Delay
Fire No Verification
Fire With Verification
Carbon Monoxide
24 Hour Auxiliary
24 Hour Audible
24 Hour Silent
Monitor
Not Used
Arm Stay
Arm Away
Disarm
No Response
Silent Burglary
Garage
Garage Monitor
Trouble
Door
x x x x x x x

Window
x x x x x x x

Motion Sensor
x x x x x x x x

Glass Break
x x x x x

Smoke Detector
x x

Heat Sensor
x

Carbon Monoxide Detector
x

Temperature
x x x x
x
x

Flood
x x

Environmental
x x x x
x
x

Medical
x x
x

Fire x
x

Police
x x x
x

Garage Door
x x
Other
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
x
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Regulatory Agency Statements

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Part 15
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or Use
r's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of t
he FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interferen
ce to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:


Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.


Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.


Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.


Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC IC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS 210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two condit
ions: (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 indésirable.

TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Part 68
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the front cover of this equipment is a label that contains the FCC registration number and
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN). You must provide this information to the telephone company when requested.

This equipment uses the following USOC jack: RJ31X
This equipment may not be used on telephone-company-provided coin service. Connection to party lines is subject to state tarif
fs. This equipment is
hearing-aid compatible.
Industry Canada
NOTICE
: The Industry Canada Label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets telecommunication
s network
protective, operational and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements docu
ment(s). The
Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local tel
ecommunications company.
The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance wit
h the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations
made by the user to this
equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and i
nternal metallic water pipe
system, if present, are connected together, This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution
: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves but should contact appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as
appropriate.
AVIS:
l’étiquette d’Industrie Canada identifie le matériel homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que le matériel est conforme aux norm
es de protection,
d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de télécommunications, comme le prescrivent les documents concernant les exigences te
chniques relatives
au matériel terminal. Le Ministère n’assure toutefois pas que le matériel fonctionnera à la satisfaction de l’utilisateur.

Avant d’installer ce matériel, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il est permis de le raccorder aux installations de l’enterprise
locale de télécommunication. Le
matériel doit également être installé en suivant une méthode acceptée da raccordement. L’abonné ne doit pas oublier qu’il est p
ossible que la
conformité aux conditions énoncées ci-dessus n’empêche pas la dégradation du service dans certaines situations.

Les réparations de matériel nomologué doivent être coordonnées par un représentant désigné par le fournisseur. L’entreprise de
télécommunications
peut demander à l’utilisateur da débrancher un appareil à la suite de réparations ou de modifications effectuées par l’utilisat
eur ou à cause de mauvais
fonctionnement.

Pour sa propre protection, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer que tous les fils de mise à la terre de la source d’energie électrique,
de lignes téléphoniques et des
canalisations d’eau métalliques, s’il y en a, sont raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les régions rurales.
Avertissement :
L’utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordements lui-même; il doit avoir racours à un service d’inspection des inst
allations
électriques, ou à un électricien, selon le cas.
Ringer Equivalence Number Notice:

The
Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be
connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to
the requirement that the
sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
AVIS : L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie
(IES) assigné à chaque dispositif terminal indique le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être
raccordés à une interface. La terminaison d’une interface téléphonique peut consister en une combinaison de quelques dispositif
s, à la seule condition
que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.

!

RF Exposure
WARNING: The LYNX Touch must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 in (20 cm) from all
persons and not co-located or operated in conjunction with any other transmitter except in accordance with FCC
multi-transmitter product procedures.
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WARNING
THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
While this System is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire or
other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a
variety of reasons. For example:

Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or
disconnect an alarm warning device.
• Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will not work
without power. Battery-operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put
in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly.

Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm receiver. Even if the
signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a metal object is moved into the path.

A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.
• While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they may not
activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according to data published by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this System may
not work are as follows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not
sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of

closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second floor detector,
for example, may not sense a first floor or basement fire. Finally, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke
detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by
carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable
materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson. Depending on the nature of the fire
and/or location of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to

allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death.
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed in their
installation manual. Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create multiple beams
of protection, and intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by those beams. They cannot detect motion
or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows.
Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or spraying of any material on the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical
system can reduce their detection ability. Passive Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the
ambient temperature of the protected area approaches the temperature range of 90° to 105°F (32° to 40°C), the detection
performance can decrease.

Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are located on the
other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices are located on a different level of the residence from the
bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even persons who are awake may not
hear the warning if the alarm is muffled by noise from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance, or by passing
traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people.

Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or
temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders.
• Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time to protect
themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond
appropriately.

This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to
last as long as 10 years, the electronic components could fail at any time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. This
alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are working properly. The security keypad
(and remote keypad) should be tested as well.
Wireless transmitters (used in some systems) are designed to provide long battery life under normal operating conditions.
Longevity of batteries may be as much as 4 to 7 years, depending on the environment, usage, and the specific wireless device
being used. External factors such as humidity, high or low temperatures, as well as large swings in temperature, may all reduce

the actual battery life in a given installation. This wireless system, however, can identify a true low battery situation, thus

allowing time to arrange a change of battery to maintain protection for that given point within the system.
Installing an alarm system may make the owner eligible for a lower insurance rate, but an alarm system is not a substitute for
insurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act prudently in protecting themselves and continue to
insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to themselves and their loved ones
to learn about these developments.

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UL Notices

1. For UL Residential Burglar Alarm installations with line security, total exit delay time must not
exceed 60 seconds. For UL Burglar Alarm installations without line security, total exit delay time
must not exceed 120 seconds.
2. Periodic testing must be at least every 24 hours.
3. Remote downloading without an alarm company technician on-site (unattended downloading) is not
permissible for UL installations.
4. Auto-disarming is not a UL Listed feature.
5. As SIA limits for delay of alarm reporting and sounding can exceed UL limits for commercial and
residential applications, the following UL requirements per UL681 are provided:

The maximum time that a control unit shall be programmed to delay the transmission of a signal to a
remote monitoring location, or to delay the energizing of a local alarm sounding device to permit the
alarm system user to enter and disarm the system, or to arm the system and exit shall not exceed:

a) 60 seconds for a system with standard line security or encrypted line security,

b) 120 seconds for a system without standard line security or encrypted line security, or

c) 120 seconds for a system that does not transmit an alarm signal to a remote monitoring
location.



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SIA Quick Reference Guide

Programming Section
Feature
Range
Shipping Default
SIA Requirement
Installation and Setup Guide or Programming Guide
Reporter
/

Report Selection


Exit Error
Enabled or Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Recent Closing
Enabled or Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Alarm Cancel
Enabled or Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Reporter
/Options

Call Wait Cancel
Enabled or Disabled
Field is blank (a PBX prefix
is entered to enable)
Enabled if User has call
waiting
Number of Reports
1 to 6 Reports
2 Reports
2 Reports
Alarm Report Delay 15, 30 and 45 seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds*
System Settings
Entry Delay # 1
30, 45, 60 and 90 seconds
and 2, 3 or 4 minutes
30 Seconds
30 Seconds minimum
Entry Delay # 2
30, 45, 60 and 90 seconds
and 2, 3 or 4 minutes
30 Seconds
30 Seconds minimum
Exit Delay
45, 60, 90 seconds and 2
minutes
60 Seconds
45 seconds minimum
Restart Exit Time
Enabled or Disabled
Yes (Enabled)
Enabled
Exit Warning
Not selectable
Always enabled
Enabled
Auto Stay Arming
Enabled or Disabled
Yes (Enabled)
Enabled
Cross Zone Delay
30 seconds and 2 minutes
(in 30 second increments),
3 minutes and 4 minutes
None (Disabled)
Enabled and two zones
programmed
Zones
Fire Alarms
Zone Type “Fire with
Verification” must be
selected for Fire Zone 95
Disabled Disabled
User Guide
User Functions/
User Access

Duress
Duress Code is
Programmed by Master
User as User 16
Disabled Disabled
System Functions/

Testing the System**

System Test
System tests provided as a
User Function
n/a n/a
Communications
While the system is in Test
mode, no alarm reports are
sent to the central station
Disabled Disabled
* Combined Entry Delay and Abort Window should not exceed 1 minute.
** Refer to the User Guide for procedures on Testing the System.
Note:
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Specifications

LYNX Touch Series Security Controls
Physical:
Dimensions:

8.5” W x 6” H x 1.875” D

Electrical:
Voltage Input:
9 Vdc from plug-in 2.7A power supply
Rechargeable Backup Battery: Nickel-metal hydride battery pack rated at 7.2 Vdc
Communication:
Formats Supported:
ADEMCO Contact ID® Reporting,

10 characters/sec., DTMF (TouchTone)
Data Tones, 1400/2300Hz Handshake, 1400Hz Kissoff.

SIA/DCS Format, 2225Hz Handshake, Data Tones, 2025/2235Hz, baud
Line Seize:
Double Pole
Ringer Equivalence:
0.5B
ACTA Registration No.:
US: AC3AL05BL5000
Hardwire Zone:

2K ohms, End of Line Resistor (EOLR), 200 ohms max wire resistance, dry
contacts only
Trigger Output:
1k ohms to ground when closed (output low) 3ma




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Contacting Technical Support


PLEASE, before you call Technical Support, be sure you:
• READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!
• Check all wiring connections.
• Determine that the power supply and/or backup battery are supplying proper voltages.
• Verify your programming information where applicable.
• Note the proper model number of this product, and the version level (if known) along with any
documentation that came with the product.
• Note your Honeywell customer number and/or company name.
Having this information handy will make it easier for us to serve you quickly and effectively.



Technical Support
: ......................................................................................................
1-800-645-7492 (8 a.m.-10 p.m. E.S.T.)

MyWebTech:
.............................................................................. http:// www.honeywell.com/security/hsc/resources
/MyWebTech


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Glossary


AES – Advanced Encryption Standard
APL – Advanced Protection Logic

dBM – decibals milliwatt (power ratio)
DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, which provides a mechanism for allocating IP addresses
dynamically so that addresses can be reused when hosts no longer need them.
DNS – Domain Name System, which is a distributed hierarchical naming system used to resolve domain
names (e.g., www.yahoo.com) into numerical IP addresses (e.g., 204.17.25.1).
Gateway IP Address – A gateway (sometimes called a router) is a computer and/or software used to connect
two or more networks (including incompatible networks) and translates information from one network to the
other. The Gateway IP address is the IP address for the gateway.
GPRS – General Packet Radio Service
GSM – Global System for Mobile communications, which is an international standard for digital mobile
phone systems used for cellular communication.
IMEI – International Mobile Equipment Identity number
IP – Internet Protocol
IP Address – A unique number consisting of four parts separated by periods, sometimes called a "dotted
quad.," for example: 204.17.29.11, assigned to every computer/workstation connected to the Internet. IP
numbers can be "static" (assigned and unchanging) or "dynamic," assigned via DHCP at each and every
startup.
ISP – Internet Service Provider
MAC ID – Media Access Code; located on the module label.
NIC – Network Interface Card
RSSI – Received Signal Strength Indication
SCID – SIM Card ID
Subnet Mask – A Subnet is a portion of a network that shares a network address with other portions of the
network, and is distinguished by a subnet number. The Subnet Mask is a 32-bit address mask used in IP to
indicate the bits of an IP address that are being used for the subnet address.
WEP – Wired Equivalent Privacy
WPA – WiFi Protected Access
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– Index –

24-Hour Silent ............................................................... 52
300-03864-1 ..................................................................... 5
300-03866
......................................................................... 5
300-04063
..................................................................... 5, 9
300-04065
..................................................................... 5, 9
300-04705
..................................................................... 5, 9
5800 Series Transmitter Loop Numbers ...................... 15
5800 Series Transmitters .......................................... 5, 13
5802MN ......................................................................... 13
5802MN2........................................................................ 13
5804 ................................................................................ 13
5804BD .......................................................................... 13
5804BDV ........................................................................ 13
5804E ............................................................................. 13
5805-6
............................................................................. 13
5806 ................................................................................ 15
5816 ................................................................................ 13
5817 ................................................................................ 13

A
AC Power ......................................................................... 9
AC Power Loss ................................................................. 9
ADEMCO Contact ID ................................................ 5, 72
Armed System Test ....................................................... 59
Audio Alarm Verification
(Two-Way Voice Feature) .............................................. 57
Auto Stay Arming .......................................................... 40

B
Babysitter Code ............................................................. 53
Backup Battery
.......................................................... 9, 72
Button Transmitters ..................................................... 13

C
Case Tamper .................................................................... 5
Change Installer Code
................................................... 22
Communication Modules............................................... 10
Communications ID Numbers ...................................... 44
Communications Status ................................................ 43
Installing/Configuring Communication & Home
Automation Modules ................................................. 10
Contact ID Event Log Codes ......................................... 58
Contact ID Reporting .................................................... 72
Contacting Technical Support ...................................... 73
Cross Zone 1/Cross Zone 2 ............................................ 40
Cross Zone Delay ............................................... 40, 41, 42

D
Dashboard Screeen ........................................................ 16
Data Encryption ............................................................ 50
Desktop Mounting ........................................................... 6
Diagnostics..................................................................... 44
Diagnostics..................................................................... 43
Dialer Delay ................................................................... 59
Dialer Test ..................................................................... 59
Dip Switches .................................................................. 13
Disarm ........................................................................... 16
Display Alarm Cancel ................................................... 40
Display Exit Time
.......................................................... 40
Duress Code ................................................................... 53
E
Enroll The WiFi Module ............................................... 47
Enter Installer Programming Mode ............................. 18
Enter/Change The Master Code ................................... 52
Entry Delay1/Entry Delay 2 ......................................... 40
Entry/Exit Burglary ...................................................... 20
Ethernet Information .................................................... 43
Exit Delay ...........................................
5, 17, 20, 40, 59, 70
Exit Door
........................................................................ 40
Exit Warning ................................................................. 40
Exiting Program Mode .................................................. 19

F
Factory Defaults ............................................................ 49
Features ........................................................................... 5
Flexible Callback ........................................................... 50
Follow Me Reminder Feature ....................................... 55
Follow Me System Announcement ............................... 54
Force Bypass
.................................................................. 40

G
Garage............................................................................ 21
Garage Monitor ............................................................. 21
General Programming Information .............................. 18
Go/No Go Test
................................................................ 14
GSM Information .......................................................... 43
GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G GSM Communication
Module
.................................................................. 10, 25

H
Home Screen .................................................................. 16
House Identification ...................................................... 13

I
ILP-5 .............................................................................. 25
ILP5 Ethernet Communications Module ............... 10, 11
Installer Code ................................................................ 52
Installer Menu ............................................................... 17
Installing Wireless Zones
........................................ 14, 15
Installing/Configuring Communication & Home
Automation Modules ........................................... 11, 12

K
Key/Touchscreen Operation .......................................... 52
Keys ............................................................................... 13

L
L5000DM ......................................................................... 6
L5100-WiFi Module
....................................................... 12
L5100-ZWAVE Home automation Module ................... 12
Lack of Usage Notify ..................................................... 40
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Touch-Screen ............... 16
Loading Factory Defaults ............................................. 18
LYNX Touch (L5100CN) Canada Programming Default
Values ........................................................................ 65
LYNX Touch Programming Default Values
................. 62
LYNXRCHKIT-SC .......................................................... 5
LYNXRCHKIT-SHA........................................................ 5
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M
Master Code ................................................................... 52
Master Security Code .................................................... 53
Master User Security Code ........................................... 52
Memory of Alarm ........................................................... 52
Menu Screens ................................................................. 17
Mounting Base ................................................................. 6

N
Navigating Menus ......................................................... 16
Navigation Keys............................................................. 16
News ............................................................................... 21

O
Operator Commands ..................................................... 57

P
Panic Key/Icons
.............................................................. 52
Plug-in Power Supply ...................................................... 9
Power-up in Previous
..................................................... 40
Program Date and Time ................................................ 25
Program Keys ................................................................ 31
Program the Communications Module ......................... 26
Program the Z-Wave Module ........................................ 28
Program Zones ............................................................... 29

Q
Quick Arm ...................................................................... 40
Quick Exit ...................................................................... 40

R
Range
.............................................................................. 13
Reboot ............................................................................. 60
Rebooting the System .................................................... 60
Register by Phone .......................................................... 45
Register Device with Pin ............................................... 46
Register through Alarmnet Direct Website .................. 45
Register through LYNX Touch Diagnostics ................. 45
Registering The LYNX Touch ....................................... 44
Regulatory Agency Statements ..................................... 68
Remote Phone Control ................................................... 55
Remote Programming .................................................... 50
Remote Programming/Control ...................................... 50
Reporter ................................................................... 33, 34
Reset Master User Code ................................................ 53
Resident Monitor Zone Types.......................................... 5
RF Sniffer Test Mode
..................................................... 14
S
Secondary User Codes ................................................... 53
Security Code ................................................................. 40
Security Code Handshake ............................................. 50
Security Codes ............................................................... 52
Setup Communication ................................................... 44
SIA (DC-03) ...................................................................... 5
SIA Event Log Codes ..................................................... 58
Silent Burglary .............................................................. 21
Site-Initiated Remote Programming ............................ 50
Sniffer Mode
................................................................... 59
Sounder .......................................................................... 39
Specifications ................................................................. 72
Station-Initiated Remote Programming ....................... 50
Super High Capacity Battery
........................................ 10
Supervised RF................................................................ 13
System Features .............................................................. 5
System Operation .................................................... 52, 53
System Settings ............................................................. 40

T
Technical Support
.......................................................... 73
Test Communications .................................................... 44
Test Ethernet ................................................................. 44
Test Modes ..................................................................... 59
Testing the System .................................................. 59, 60
Touch-Screen Display .................................................... 16
Traffic ............................................................................. 21
Transmitter Battery Life............................................... 13
Transmitter Input Type ................................................ 13
Transmitter Loop Numbers .......................................... 15
Transmitter Supervision ............................................... 13

U
Unsupervised Button .................................................... 13
Unsupervised RF ........................................................... 13
Update Server ................................................................ 47
User Menu ..................................................................... 17

W
Wall Mounting ................................................................. 6
Weather
.......................................................................... 21
Wireless Buttons ........................................................... 13
Wireless Keypads ................................................ 5, 13, 14
Wireless Zones ............................................................... 13
Wiring Connections ......................................................... 6
World Wide Web Address .............................................. 73

Z
Zone Discovery ............................................................... 60
Zone Programming Default Values ........................ 66, 67
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5100-100-SOC-V1
2K
OHM
EOLR
POWER SUPPLY
CONNECTOR
HARD
WIRED
ZONE
WEEKLY TESTING IS REQUIRED TO ENSURE
PROPER OPERATION OF THIS SYSTEM
PREMISES
TELEPHONE
INCOMING
PHONE LINE
INCOMING
PHONE LINE
H/S T
H/S R
RING
TIP
EGND
EARTH GROUND
HWZ1
TRIG
GND
GND
+9VDC
300-04705 or 300-04065
(300-04063 CANADA)
POWER SUPPLY
9V, 2.7A
STANDARD CAPACITY
BATTERY CONNECTOR
SUPER HIGH CAPACITY
BATTERY CONNECTOR
LYNX TOUCH SERIES SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS
ZONES
POWER
PHONE
TRIGGER OUTPUT (NEG)
(3ma)
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF FCC RULES. 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.
THIS EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL FIRE
PROTECTION ASSOCIATION STANDARDS ANSI/NFPA 70 NATONAL ELECTRIC CODE AND
NFPA 72 NATIONAL FIRE ALARM CODE, CHAPTER 2 (NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION
ASSOC., BATTERY MARCH PARK, QUINCY, MA 02169). PRINTED INFORMATION
ESCRIBING PROPER INSTALLATION, EVACUATION PLANNING AND REPAIR SERVICE IS TO
BE PROVIDED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT.
THE LYNX TOUCH CONTROLS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE
FOLLOWING INTEGRAL RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACKS:
REPLACE EVERY FOUR YEARS
P/N 300-03864-1/LYNXRCHKIT-SC
P/N 300-03866/LYNXRCHKIT-SHA
COMPLIES WITH FCC RULES, PART 68 FCC REGISTRATION
No. AC3AL05BL5000
RINGER EQUIVALENCE: 0.5B
RING
TIP
RING
TIP
TAMPER
SWITCH
TELCO
JACK
EDGE
CONNECTOR
(L5100-WiFi)
EDGE
CONNECTOR
(L5100-
ZWAVE)
GSMVLP5-4G/GSMVLP5CN4G/
ILP5 RECEPTACLE
NOTE:
THE HARDWIRE ZONE CANNOT BEUSED AS A FIRE ZONE.
UL INSTALLATIONS
THE MINIMUM WIRE
SIZE USED FOR
TELEPHONE
INSTALLATIONS
MUST BE #26 GAGE
WARNING
TO PREVENT RISK OF
SHOCK, DISCONNECT
TELEPHONE LINE
AT TELECOM JACK
BEFORE SERVICING
THIS UNIT
LYNX TOUCH SERIES ALSO COMPLIES WITH THE FOLLOWING:
CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION (CSA) C22.1,
CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE, PART 1, SAFETY STANDARD
FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND CAN/ULC-S540
INSTALLATION OF RESIDENTIAL FIRE WARNING SYSTEMS.
CIRCUIT
(ZONE)
CONTROL UNIT
DELAY-SEC
SMOKE DETECTOR
MODEL DELAY-SEC
THIS UNIT MAY BE PROGRAMMED TO INCLUDE AN ALARM
VERIFICATION FEATURE THAT WILL RESULT IN A DELAY OF THE
SYSTEM ALARM SIGNAL FROM THE INDICATED FIRE CIRCUITS.
THE TOTAL DELAY (CONTROL UNIT PLUS SMOKE DETECTORS)
SHALL NOT EXCEED 60 SECONDS. NO OTHER INITIATING
DEVICES SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THESE CIRCUITS UNLESS
APPROVED BY THE LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION.
WARNING
5806W3
10 seconds
30 seconds
02 - 48
ZT16
Be sure to observe
polarity when
connecting the
power supply to
the terminal strip.
IMPORTANT

Notes:
Connection of the fire alarm signal to a fire alarm headquarters or a central station shall be permitted with the
approval of the local authority having jurisdiction. The burglar alarm signal shall not be connected to a police
emergency number. The System must be checked by a qualified technician once every three years






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