Honeywell Lyric Controller - General Support Refresher, 2015



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Lyric™
Introduction
to Lyric and the
Connected
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Lyric Controller

Control 72 Z
-
Wave Automation Devices
-
60 Switch Devices
-
6 Locks
-
6 Z
-
Wave Thermostats

4 Lyric Wi
-
Fi® Thermostats

128 Wireless Zone Capacity*
-
64 SiX™ Wireless Devices, using multiple
inputs to a total of 128 zones.

Built
-
in Camera
-
Requires Total Connect 2.0

Voice Control
-
Trigger sensitivity defaulted to lower
sensitivity.

Event Log
-
6000 Events

10 chimes to hear upon
zone fault.
-
Selectable by
User
or Installer.
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Lyric™
Thermostat

Honeywell's
classic round design

3” diameter polished glass face

1” beveled depth

Motion
-
sense illumination

Simplified touchscreen interface

User
-
friendly
icons

Apple HomeKit
®
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Remote RF Keypads

Lyric Smart Keypad

up to 8

Voice Announcement of Status and Chime.

Encrypted and Supervised

Range

300 Feet

Optional Desk Mount
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Security

New SiX
™ Two
-
way wireless with
built
-
in 256 bit AES
encryption

Network key prevents takeover of transmitters.

Auto enrollment upon power up.

Remote and
Local
Firmware Update.

Provides battery status and signal
strength.
Truly Secure Security
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Lyric Lock

Prevents take
-
over of system and SiX™ Wireless transmitters.

Program mode locked to anyone without a valid Verification Code.
-
Generated via AlarmNet 360, expires at 23:59 daily.
Prevents System Take
-
over
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Video

Built
-
in 2MP Camera
-
Capture photo when disarming.
-
Live look
-
in snapshot capability

Supports Honeywell Total Connect video cameras
-
IPCAM
-
WL, IPCAM
-
PT, IPCAM
-
PT2, IPCAM
-
WO, IPCAM
-
WI2,
IPCAM
-
WI2B, ACU (Analog Converter Unit)

View one, two or four cameras at a time.
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Z
-
Wave Automation

Individual device control from an App or touch screen

Supports a total of 72 Z
-
Wave devices

Supports up to 6 door locks

Supports up to 6 Z
-
Wave thermostats

Supports 60 of any combination of the following:
-
Light modules
-
Light dimmers
-
Appliance modules
-
Shades or Blinds
-
Water valves
-
Strobes
-
Sirens
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Thermostats

Support for 10 Thermostats
-
Support 6
Z
-
Wave
®
Thermostats
-
Support 4 Lyric

Wi
-
Fi
®
Thermostats
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Voice Assisted Smart Scenes

Use your voice to run Smart Scenes

Selectable trigger, i.e. “Hello Lyric” or “Okay Lyric”

Available Commands
-
Wake
up
-
Leaving
the house
-
Returning
home
-
Evening
time
-
Cameras
-
Bedtime
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Zones

128 Wireless Protection Zones
-
New SiX™ Two
-
way Wireless with AES 256
-
bit Encryption
-
64
SiX™ Wireless Devices
-
5800 Wireless

2 Hardwire Sensor Inputs

Emergency Response Button
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Installer Programming

Local programming

Touch screen
-
Intuitive program interface, similar to Lynx Touch series
-
Auto
-
enroll
SiX
™ Wireless Sensors

Local programming

USB 2.0 Type A
-
Load
panel and Z
-
Wave Configuration via
USB memory device

Auto synchronize data with AlarmNet
360
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m.AlarmNet360.com

Cleaner,
intuitive
user
interface

Tablet & Smart Phone
Support
AlarmNet 360
-
Dealer
Focused
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AlarmNet 360
-
One
-
Stop
Shop
14

m.AlarmNet360.com

Cleaner
,
intuitive
user
interface

Tablet & Smart Phone
Support

Manage complete
security system
including devices &
Total Connect

Get the status of
system at
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AlarmNet 360
-
One
-
Stop
Shop
15

m.AlarmNet360.com

Cleaner
,
intuitive
user
interface

Tablet & Smart Phone
Support

Manage complete
security system
including devices &
Total Connect

Get the status of
system at
a
glance

Enroll & configure
sensors
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Create templates for

Package
installations

Most commonly used
settings

Enforcing
standardization across
installations,
reduce
human errors

Reducing
overall
configuration time
Faster Installations ... and More of
Them
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Reduce Truck
Rolls
17

System
Health Check

Remote
Programming

Lyric Lock

Rapid Recover
-
Replacing
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Reduce Truck
Rolls
18

System Health

Rapid Recover
-
Replacing Panels

Remote
Programming

Remotely
Enroll
Sensors

Lyric Lock

Remote
Firmware
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Reduce Truck
Rolls

System Health

Rapid
Recover

Remote Programming

Remotely Enroll
Sensors

Lyric Lock

Remote Firmware
Update

Local Firmware update
via USB
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SiX™ Two
-
way
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SiX™ Overview

SiX™ Design Goals

Network to cover over 300
ft. in an indoor environment
(non
-
line of sight)
-
Varies based on each installation due to environmental
conditions.

Less than 2 second latency

Battery life greater than 5 years
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SiX™ Overview

SiX™ Design Goals

Meets
the 200 second supervision for fire
devices

Network Key prevents “Takeover


Faster Installation with Auto enrollment upon
power
-
up

If one
smoke detector
goes into alarm, then all
detectors and sounders
will
sound (One Go, All Go)
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SiX™ Overview
-
Compatibility

Wireless compatibility
-
SiX™ is designed to co
-
exist with 5800, Wi
-
Fi, Z
-
Wave, GSM,
and CDMA radios
-
NOTE: High Power, external Wi
-
Fi® routers will require physical
separation from all SiX™ devices.
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SiX™ Overview

How does SiX™ work?

How does SiX™ work?
-
SiX™ is a direct sequence, spread spectrum (DSSS), two way
radio using the 2.4GHz RF band.
-
In the 2.4GHz band there are 11 channels available for SiX™

Channels 15 to 25

Channels 11 to 14 are masked to prevent interference.
802.15.4™
SiX™ Wireless
Channel Center
Freq
(MHz)
802.11™ b/g/n
Channel Center
Freq
(MHz)




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SiX™ Overview

How does SiX™ work?

How does SiX™ work?
-
Designed to conserve battery life, SiX™ sensors are normally in
an ultra low
-
power state. (Radio off, LED’s off)
-
Several events can “wakeup” a sensor

Change of state for an external input (reed switch)

Devices will also “wakeup” on a time based interval

Time based wakeups occur every 5 seconds for fire devices, and
every 30 seconds for all other devices.
-
The SiX™ products are part of a synchronized system.
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SiX™ Overview

How does SiX™ work?

How does SiX™ work?
-
As part of a synchronized system, the first step in the signaling
process is as follows:

The access point sends an RF beacon every 250 milli
-
seconds

After the beacon is sent, the access point waits for a reply
from the SiX™ devices in the system.

All SiX™ devices that need to communicate with the panel
(via the access point) must do so when the beacon is sent.

In short, the sensors need to wake up, turn on the radio, wait
for the beacon from the access point.
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

Panel initially scans frequencies upon power up to
determine which channel it will use for SiX™ sensors.

Registration is required because the sensor needs to
determine which SiX™ frequency channel the panel is
operating and to provide a “mailing address” for the
panel to send messages too.

Enrollment starts by placing the panel in to the RF6
Batch programming mode and then by removing the
battery tab located between the battery contact and
battery terminal.
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

When the tab is pulled, the sensor begins to scan each
SiX™ channel for one half of a second looking for RF
activity
.

The
process takes
8
seconds to completely scan the RF
channels,
and during this time the heartbeat LED will
flash
rapidly.
SiX™ Wireless Channel Scan Sequence
Tune to channel 11, wait ½ second for beacon.
No beacon? Move to next channel (12), wait ½ second for beacon.
No beacon? Repeat until channel 25
No beacon found? Go to Sleep
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

When RF activity is detected, the sensor will register
with the panel, be assigned a network ID/address and
the heartbeat LED will illuminate fully for 3 seconds
.
-
Devices with sounders will also emit a short chirp.

If a panel in the enrollment mode has not been detected,
the sensor will stop scanning the RF channels, turn off
the LED, then go into power down mode.

If the LED flashes
once
when tampered, the device
is already paired with another panel
.
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

For sensors that have been enrolled with the panel,
the sensor cannot be used with another control panel
until it has been deleted from the network
-
Can be achieved by deleting from the panel or using AlarmNet 360.
-
Sensor must be powered up and in range of the panel to reset the
sensor, when or after being deleted.
-
Sensor can be brought back within range of the panel at any time
for it to be reset/cleared.
-
Even if panel has been defaulted, the sensor will be reset/cleared
once it checks in with the panel.
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

There is no way to do this
at the sensor after 24 hours
,
and is intended to prevent system “take
-
overs”.
-
This clock stops on this 24 hour time when the battery is
removed.

To reset the sensor within 24 hours of enrollment:
-
Press and hold the tamper switch.
-
Install the battery and continue to hold the tamper switch.
-
After a couple of seconds LED will flash rapidly if it was reset.
-
Release the tamper switch and remove the battery.
-
The sensor is ready to be used in another system now.
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SiX™ Overview
-
Enrollment

Once
the sensor is registered to the panel, it can then
be “learned” into a
loop, called “Service Input”.

Default service input is “Reed”.
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RF Signal Strength is displayed inside Installer Zone Programming.

Good

Indicated with one to four green bars.

Bad

Indicated with four red bars.

Signal strength
color indicates Go/No
-
Go status.
-
Go/No
-
Go Test not required for SiX Wireless devices.

Warning message displayed if any sensor has unacceptable signal
strength when exiting Zone Programming.
SiX™ Wireless Signal Strength
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-
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SiX™ Contact

Intrusion Devices

Features
-
Part Number:
SiXCT
-
Tamper

The
SiX™ Contact has
front
and back case tamper
switches
-
Magnetic Contact
-
REED

Single reed switch on one
side of the PCB that can be
used
with the
presence of a
magnet.
-
Hardwire Loop
-
CONTACT

A single terminal block that
provides an unsupervised
loop input.
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SiX™ Contact

Intrusion Devices

Features
-
Heartbeat LED

Provides two functions
-
Flashes during
enrollment
-
Flashes when the cover
is removed.
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SiX™ Glass Break

Intrusion Devices

What is the SiX™ Glass
Break?
-
Part Number:
SiXGB

Built using the same
technology as the 5853 and
FG1600 Series detectors.
-
Tamper

The SiX™ Glass break has a
cover removal and removal
from surface tamper switch.
-
Audio Event LED’s

Green

Audio Events

Red

Alarm
Events
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SiX™ Glass Break

Intrusion Devices

Features
-
“Heartbeat” LED
-
Periodic and remote self
-
test
and trouble detection
-
Audio range test mode
-
Battery enable pull tabs
-
Low Battery detection
-
Operating temp target 32F to
122F
-
Remote sensitivity adjustment
(no dip switches)
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SiX™ Glass Break

Intrusion Devices

The SiX™ Glass Break
has 3 LED’s which are
visible when the unit is
mounted.
-
Green 1 LED

Indicates device enrollment
and tamper status
-
Red LED

Indicates Alarms during the
test mode
-
Green
2 LED

Indicates events during
testing mode.
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SiX™ Glass Break

Intrusion Devices

SiX™ Glass Break Sensitivity Settings
-
Adjustment:

Always set the sensitivity to the lowest sensitivity that has been
validated for the target application range as validated by the FG
-
701
-
Sensitivity settings:

Adjusted in steps from
Max, Medium, Low,
and Lowest

Selected during programming
of sensor.
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SiX™ PIR

Intrusion Devices

Part Number:
SiXPIR

Features
-
Cover and Surface Tamper
switches.
-
Alarm LED

Red
-
“Heartbeat” LED

Green
-
Quick Mounting
-
Battery enable pull tabs
-
Low battery detection
-
Remote Pet Immunity Setting
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SiX™ PIR

Intrusion Devices

Walk test the SiX™ PIR
-
After power up and
enrollment, the sensor
automatically enters a 10
minute walk test period.
-
PIR will re
-
enter walk test
mode, if the panel is put into
Walk Test or Go/No
-
Go Test
mode.
-
Note: the system must be in
a disarmed mode in order for
the walk test to begin.
e
:
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SiX™ PIR

Intrusion Devices

Flashlight feature
-
Use a bright light beam, and
stand within 4’ (1.2m) of the
sensor.
-
Swing the light beam past the
sensor lens 3
-
5 times,
holding the beam on the
window for .5 seconds on
each pass.
e
:
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SiX™ PIR

Intrusion Devices

Flashlight feature
-
The flashlight feature is
initially only available for the
first
24 hours after power
up, or until the system is
first armed.
-
Each time the flashlight
feature is used, and the
system is disarmed, the walk
test timer restarts for 10 mins
e
:
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SiX™

Keyfob

Part Number:
SiXFOB

Features
-
4 button Keyfob
-
8 button functionality

4 from individual buttons

4 from two button pairs
-
Bicolor LED’s and Piezo
sounder for
system status
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SiX™ FOB Operation
-
Bi
-
directional Keyfob

A single key press should
equal or be more than .5
seconds, then the fob will
report the event to the
Lyric smart controller.

If a short press on a
button (> .1 seconds) the
Keyfob will query the
panel for system status
SiX™

Keyfob
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SiX™

Smoke Detector

What is the SiX™ Smoke?
-
Part Number:
SiXSMOKE
-
The
wireless
smoke/heat
detector
is intended for
use
with
Honeywell controls
that
support
SiX™ series devices
.
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Features:
-
Photoelectric smoke
detection
-
Heat detector

Fixed 135 degrees or rate of
rise of more than 15 degrees
Fahrenheit in one min
.
-
Supervision

Every 60 seconds to meet
the 200 second check in
-
Utilizes two panel zones

Smoke Detection Zone

Heat Detection Zone

If not using Batch Enrollment
mode, the Smoke and Heat
zones must be enrolled
separately.
SiX™

Smoke Detector
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Features:
-
Test
switch

The test switch can be used
to check the functionality of
the circuitry
.
-
Tamper

The
SiX™ Smoke
has a back
tamper (no wall tamper)
-
1 Bi
-
Color LED

Provides
3 functions
-
Flashes during
enrollment
-
Flashes when the cover
is removed
-
Flashes to show the
status of the smoke
detector
SiX™

Smoke Detector
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Features:
-
85db Sounder

Provides 3 functions
-
Chirps after enrollment
-
Temporal 3 during alarm
-
Chirps during a low
battery (after 7 days)

One Go, All Go
SiX™

Smoke Detector
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SiX™

Siren

What is the SiX™ SIREN?
-
This
wireless siren/strobe is
intended for
use with
Honeywell Lyric Smart
Controller
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SiX™

Siren

Part Number:
SiXSIREN

Features
-
Enrolls as a zone
-
Siren Chime Mode
-
Cover and surface tamper
switches
-
“Heartbeat” LED

Green
-
Periodic and remote self
-
test
and trouble detection
-
Low battery detection
-
Operating temp target 32F

122F (0C

50C)
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SiX™

Siren

Mounting
-
The
SiX™ SIREN can be
mounted on the wall or on
the ceiling.
-
The
rear tamper breakout
MUST be mounted to
a stud
,
solid wood, or with a robust
wall anchor
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SiX™

Siren

Testing the siren
-
The
SiX™ SIREN should be
tested immediately after
installation and at least once
a year.
-
Activate Test Mode
remotely
from the Control Panel
-
The Walk Test
Mode tests the
siren sounder
and
LED:

Sounder

the Burglary
warble tone will sound for 3
seconds.

LED

White
LED strobe will
flash for 15 seconds
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Smart Keypad Features

Part Number: LKP500
-
EN

Lyric supports up to 8 Smart
Keypads

9VDC plug
-
in power supply
included

24
-
hour (600mAh) rechargeable
battery

LKP500
-
24B

Mount with
-
in 300 feet of Lyric
Smart Controller

Desk Stand

LKP500
-
DK

Programs in
z
ones 850 to 857

Supervision rate, 60 seconds to
meet 200 second supervision
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AlarmNet 360 Programming
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Account Setup

Load AlarmNet 360
(AlarmNet360.com) and
select Device Programming.

Select “Lyric Controller”, under “Program new device”.
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Customer Info

A new window will open.

Enter Dealer
Company Name
(Central Station only).
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Customer Info

Enter Customers Information, first and last name, phone number
and email address.
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Customer Info

Select Security or Scroll down.

Enter the Location name and address.
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Security Info

When the information is complete, click
“Continue”.
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Security Info

When “Verified” the account info will be greyed out and the panel
type will be displayed.
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Security Info

Select Panel Default table or
Custom Template
.

Select the communicator Supervision Type.
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Total Connect Info

Enable services as desired.

Information Services

Weather and Traffic

Automation Services

Lights, Locks, Thermostats, etc.

Advertising Services

Dealer Messaging to End User

Video Doorbell Service

SkyBell
®
HD Wi
-
Fi Video Doorbell
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Configure
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Configure Panel
Account will be Inactive until it is associated with the Lyric Smart
Controller, via local program entry; click Close to continue.
Red Dot =
Inactive
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Panel Settings

Installer and User Languages
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Panel Settings

Backlight Timeout and RF
Jam

Local Programming Lockout
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Panel Settings

Swinger Suppression,
Report Frequency and
Z
-
Wave Door Lock action
.

Panel Sync
Delay
-
delay before panel settings sync with AlarmNet 360.
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Panel Settings

Quick Arm, Quick Exit, Arm Confirm, etc
.

Chime Mode turns Chime mode on at the panel.
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Panel Settings

Communicator is the next section, as you scroll down the screen.
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Panel Settings

Commands available after Account
Association/Registration.
-
“Get Data” and “Send Data” only affect the Communicator Programming
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Panel Settings

Reporter
is the last of the Settings, this is where report codes are
enabled or disabled.
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User Codes

Select “Users” on the left to see list of all user codes for this panel.
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User Codes

To push this code to Z
-
Wave locks, check “Z
-
Wave Lock Control”

“Door Unlock Auto Disarm” disarms panel when unlocked with
code, when enabled.

Press “Save
and Add Another” or “Save”.
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User Codes

You can search by user number.
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User Codes

When searching by user number, it only
displays that user’s
information
.
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Smart Controller
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Location
Determine the best location for the Lyric Smart Controller.

Consider Z
-
Wave functionality.
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Hardware

Make Electrical Connections
-
Use appropriate wire gauge for distance.
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Wiring

Zones 1 and 2 are
h
ardwired
z
ones

Hardwired zones programmable for Door or Window device types only.
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Powering Up

The Smart Controller takes about 2 minutes to boot.
-
Always remember to connect the battery before the power supply.
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Powering Up

The home screen will be displayed during its boot up sequence and
with “
System Standby...
” at the top.
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Wi
-
Fi
®
Enrollment screen appears next to connect to a network.
-
Select “Scan Access Points” and available networks will be displayed,
with their signal strength.
Note:
The
Wi
-
Fi
®
enrollment screen will be displayed upon boot
-
up for a defaulted
Controller or a Controller that has not been associated with AlarmNet 360
Powering Up
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Wi
-
Fi
®
Settings

Select the network to join and select the “Edit” tab.
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Wi
-
Fi
®
Settings

Select the “Join” tab to connect to the network.
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Wi
-
Fi
®
Settings

Notice the blue check mark on the joined network.
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Manual AP Configuration

To pre
-
configure or connect to a non
-
broadcasting network, select
“Manual Configure AP”.
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Manual AP Configuration

To pre
-
configure or connect to a non
-
broadcasting network, select
“Manual Configure AP”.
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WPS Configuration

To connect to a network using Wi
-
Fi® Protected Setup (WPS).
-
Press the WPS button on the Access Point first.
-
Next, push the WPS button on the Lyric Controller
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WPS Configuration

To connect to a network using Wi
-
Fi® Protected Setup (WPS).
-
Press the WPS button on the Access Point first.
-
Next, push the WPS button on the Lyric Controller
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AlarmNet Communicator
Installation and
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Cell Communicator

The Cell Communicator can be installed while powered up by the
Installer or the End User, by following these steps.

Select the “Security” icon from the home screen.
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Cell Communicator

Select the “Tools” icon.
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Cell Communicator

Enter the Master User Code: 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Cell Communicator

Select “Advanced”.
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Cell Communicator

Next, select “Install Cell”.
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Cell Communicator

Select “Yes” to install a Cell Communicator.
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Cell Communicator

Follow the instructions on the screen, then select “OK”.
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Cell Communicator

Select “OK”, if the Cell Communicator was properly installed.

Retry or Cancel when prompted if cell module was not detected.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Local program mode entry is allowed only when the system is in the
Disarmed state.

To access local programming:
-
With the Installer code

Select “Security”, and then select “Tools”.

Enter the Installer code, “4
-
1
-
1
-
2”.

Select “Programming”.
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Enter the installer code, “4, 1, 1, 2”.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

If an AlarmNet 360 account is already created:

Select “Skip” to begin the association process.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

If no AlarmNet 360 account has been created yet, create one here.

Enter AlarmNet 360 user name and password

Enter AlarmNet City Code, CS Code, and Subscriber number

Select Supervision Time

Daily, Monthly, or Unsupervised

Select “Save” to begin the association
process.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Lyric connects to the server to verify the account information, or find
information linked to the MAC ID.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Select, “Yes” the information displayed matches the customer’s
account.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

AlarmNet 360 account is now being linked.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Accept the End User License Agreement
(EULA
)
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Select “Yes” to accept Firmware Update.

Select “No” to not download new firmware at this time.

Select “Postpone” to delay the firmware download.

This will only be displayed for Non
-
Critical Firmware.
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If firmware is updated, panel will reboot and you must re
-
enter
program mode to complete the association.

Checking online for panel configuration.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Select “Yes” to download panel programming/template from
AlarmNet 360.

Select “No”, if panel has already been programmed locally.
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Associating AlarmNet 360

Panel configuration is now being downloaded.

After downloading the panel configuration, the panel may restart.
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Program Entry

If the Panel Configuration was not downloaded, program
entry
will
be available.

Select “Program” to enter program mode.
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Standard Program Entry

After associating the AlarmNet 360 account, less steps are required
for program entry.
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Navigating Program Mode

Installer Menu

Select “Program” to enter
program mode.

Test Menu

Select “Test” to access
Installer Tools.
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Exiting Program Mode

Select the back arrow “


, found at the upper right corner of the
screen.
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Cellular Communicator Test
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Recommended Cellular Test

To test the cellular communicator, select, “
Comm
Diagnostics”.

Next, page down to the second page of diagnostics.
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Recommended Cellular Test

Select, “Test Communication”.

Next, select, “Send Cellular Message”.
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Recommended Cellular Test

After sending the test message, “Waiting for ACK” will display.

“ACK Received” indicates that the test passed successfully.
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Recommended Cellular Test

If “Send Cellular Message” is disabled, enable it in “Communicator”
programming, or from AlarmNet 360.
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Wireless Sensor and Keyfob
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Wireless Sensor Programming

From the “Edit” screen select “Sensors”.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Select “Add Sensor”
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Add New Sensor screen displays, first select which zone number, if
not using the one preselected .
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Choose the “SiX™” under the “Sensor Type” if manually typing in
the MAC Address
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Wireless Sensor Programming

To learn the device, you must select the blue “Learn” button located
next to the “Sensor Type” box.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

The Lyric Smart Controller will display
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Upon successful enrollment, the screen will display the sensor as
being “Learned” with a green check mark beside it.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

On this zone summary screen, you can now make any needed
changes to the “Device Type”.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

“Response Type” can be edited as needed also.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Zone Description 1 and 2 can be edited.

Listed words can be spoken
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Wireless Sensor Programming

“Chime” can be selected from 10 different sounds.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Glassbreak and Motion Detectors have options that can be edited,
such as, Sensitivity and Pet Immunity.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Smoke Detectors have “One Go/All Go” enable or disable.

Sirens can chime upon faulted zones, when enabled.
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Wireless Sensor Programming

Once completed, click “Save” or “Save and Add Another”.

Same process works for the 5800 Series wireless.
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Batch Wireless Sensor Enrollment

Sensors can be enrolled sequentially and edited afterwards.
-
Works with SiX™ and 5800 Series wireless together.
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

AlarmNet 360 connects to panel and displays
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

Once connected, power up or activate SiX™ and 5800 series
sensors.
WARNING:
Do not close the browser window
when the panel is in Learn Mode,
or the panel will remain in
STANDYBY mode for 10 minutes.
Always use
Done
or
Cancel
to
close.
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

Sensors appear in window as they are recognized.
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

Click to accept each sensor, and modify settings as needed.
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

After all sensors are accepted, select “Done”.
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Batch
Wireless
Sensor Enrollment

Sensors are now enrolled into the Lyric Smart Controller.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

Batch Enrollment can also be done via the Smart Controller.

Select, “Zones” from the first page of Programming.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

Next, select “Start” below “RF6 Batch”.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

Start powering up, or faulting the SiX™ Wireless Transmitters.
-
Local Batch Enrollment mode only supports SiX™ Wireless, not 5800.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

As the transmitters are powered up, they will report their Battery
level and Signal Strength.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

If a zone displays, “Enter Serial No. or Activate Sensor”, simply fault
and restore the transmitter, or wait for communication to complete.
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Batch Enrollment via Smart Controller

When all transmitter have been enrolled, select “Stop” under “RF6
Batch”.
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Panel Synchronization

If zones are modified, select “”Sync” to synchronize changes with
the Lyric Smart Controller.

Changes will be sync’d automatically after “Panel Sync Time”
expires.
-
Default “Panel Sync Time” is 3 minutes.
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Panel Synchronization

Select “Sync Changes” and then “Start Sync” to begin.
-
“Sync Changes” will discover the new differences and apply those
changes to the panel, according to the “Sync Precedence
”.
-
Panel has priority by default selection.
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Search and Filter

Filters help organize and locate specific zones, such as hardwired
or preconfigured.

Filter note appears each time the Sensor page is accessed.

Select the Filter icon to open.
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Search
and Filter

Search by Serial Number or MAC Address.

Filter by:
-
Configured Sensors
-
Default
Sensors
-
Enrolled
Sensors
-
Non
-
Enrolled
Sensors
-
Supervised
-
Unsupervised
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Search and Filter

Configured and Default Sensors selected and filter applied.
-
Displays the zones setup in panel defaults and programmed zones.
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Keyfob Programming

Select “Add Keyfob” to add Keyfobs a single Keyfob.
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Keyfob Programming

Keyfob type may be selected
if manually entering serial numbers,
but is not required for Learning the fob.
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Keyfob Programming

Select “Learn” to begin enrollment.
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Keyfob Programming

AlarmNet 360 connects to Lyric and displays it “System Standby.”

AlarmNet 360 displays the message below.
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To activate the a 5834
-
4
Keyfob, press and release any
button twice.

The green/red LED will light
while it is transmitting.
Keyfob Programming

To activate the a SiX™ Keyfob,
press and release the top 2
buttons.

The green LEDs
will light
alternately LED’s for 8 seconds
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Keyfob Programming

The SiX™ Keyfob will show the Battery level and Firmware version,
after the serial number is enrolled.
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Keyfob Programming

Select a User to be associated with the Keyfob.
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Keyfob Programming

The number of buttons being used can be selected.
-
Example,
8
button fob.
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Button / Loop Assignments

When using button pairs, the following Button Numbers and Loop
Number match up to these buttons.
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Button
5
Button
7
Button
8
Button
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Keyfob Programming

The “Action” for each button can be changed as desired.
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Keyfob Programming

After all changes are complete, select “Save” or “Save and Add
Another”.
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Keyfob
Batch Programming

Select “Keyfob Batch” to add multiple Keyfobs.
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Keyfob Batch Programming

AlarmNet 360 connects to Lyric and displays it “System Standby.”

AlarmNet 360 displays the message below.
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Keyfob Batch Programming

Select, “Done” after all Keyfobs have been enrolled and accepted.
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Keyfob Batch Programming

All Keyfobs will be listed and already synchronized with the panel.
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Editing and Deleting Keyfobs

Select the Edit icon to modify the Keyfob settings.

Select the Delete icon to delete the Keyfob.
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Deleting Keyfobs

To reuse the Keyfob, complete this step after Panel Sync.

After deleting a Keyfob, press any
button on the fob to clear its link to
the Lyric Smart Controller.

Keyfob LEDs will blink rapidly together.

This must be done if the Keyfob is
going to be used on another system.
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SiX™ Wireless Smart Keypad
and
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

Select the Keypads tab on the left, then click “Add
Keypad”
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

New Smart Keypad summary screen is displayed
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

Choose to either enroll the new Smart Keypad MAC address
manually here, or activate the “Learn” function
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

The panel will enter enrollment mode.

Power up the keypad when the enrollment prompt appears.
-
If already powered, press any key on the keypad
to restart pairing.
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

The enrollment process will take about 8 seconds to complete, after
“Pairing with System” is displayed.

“Status” will flash rapidly while pairing with a new system.
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

Enrollment is completed.

Battery level and Signal strength displayed.
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

“Zone Description 1” and “Zone Description 2”

Descriptor or location of keypad
.

Type and select descriptor, or use free form.
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

Notice the zone descriptor to identify where the keypad is located.

Select “Save” or “Save and Add Another” when complete.
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Smart Keypad Enrollment

Enrolled keypad is shown on the Keypads list.
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Smart Keypad

Local
Settings
-
Chime

On
or Off
-
Exit Tone

On
or Off
-
Entry Tone

On
or Off
-
Voice Volume

Med
, High or Off
-
Key Level

Low,
Med
, or High
-
Display Level

Low,
Med
, or High
-
Back
Light (keys)

Always On or
Auto
Off
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Settings Menu
-
Touch
and Hold “Select”
to access menu.

Use “Scroll”, the “0” key, to view options

Use “Select” to view/edit setting.

Use “Scroll” to view/edit options in each
setting.

Use “Select” to save option setting.

Settings and Options
Use Scroll Key To View Options
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Smart Keypad

Installer Settings
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Advanced Menu
-
Touch
and Hold
“3” to access Installer
Settings.

Use “Scroll”, the “0” key, to scroll the menus.

Use “Select” to choose the menu item.

Use “Scroll” to toggle menu options settings.

Use “Select” to select and save the setting.

Settings and Options
Advanced Menu
Use Scroll Key
-
Firmware Versions

App, Touch Screen, Boot Loader, RF6 Protocol
-
Default Keypad

Cancel

Delete (Disabled after 24 hours)
-
Reset Keypad

Cancel

Select Lyric™
My Home
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My Home Controller
Setup

The
My Home Controller
App provides local access to the Smart
Controller and cameras, anywhere within the local Wi
-
Fi® network.

Wi
-
Fi® network connection is required.

Available for Android and iOS

Up to 4 mobile devices can be linked to the Smart Controller.
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My Home Controller
Setup

My Home Controller
app

Apple App Store

Google Play Market

Select the
My Home Controller
app
to begin the enrollment process.

Make a selection for each of the
prompts that follow.
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Lyric Thermostat Enrollment © 2015 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
Enrolling a Lyric Thermostat

Adding a Lyric Thermostat to
the Smart Controller

Login to the Total Connect
2.0 account.
1.
Select the menu icon on the
right side of the Automation
section
.
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Enrolling a Lyric Thermostat
2.
Select “Add Wi
-
Fi®
Thermostat”.
3.
Enter the user’s Lyric login
credentials.
4.
Select Login
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Enrolling a Lyric Thermostat
Total Connect begins logging into
the Lyric thermostat servers.
5.
Select
the desired Lyric
location
.

All
of the users locations will be
displayed. Select the location
with the thermostat to add.
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Enrolling a Lyric Thermostat
6.
Select the Lyric thermostat to
be added.
-
All
of
the thermostats
for that
location will be displayed.
7.
Select
“Save”.
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Enrolling a Lyric Thermostat

Total Connect is configuring the
Lyric thermostat.

Lyric thermostat is now
configured to work on Total
Connect 2.0
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Lyric Thermostat

To view and control the
thermostat on the Smart
Controller, select “Automation”.

Select “Thermostats
”.
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Lyric Thermostat

Select the Lyric thermostat to
view and control.

It may take a few minutes for
Lyric to retrieve all data.

Thermostat Name

May be
modified only in the Lyric
Thermostat App.
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Getting Started

Detailed Installation Videos
http
://Lyric.Honeywell.com/installation/
-
Identifying your home heating and cooling system
-
Removing your existing thermostat
-
Installing your Lyric thermostat
-
Connecting your Lyric thermostat
-
Configuring your Lyric thermostat
-
Personalizing your Lyric thermostat
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Z
-
Wave Devices and Garage
Door Setup © 2015 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
Z
-
Wave Network Guidelines
Recommendations

Single
family dwellings
-
Multi family dwellings are possible but care
should
be taken when
including devices making sure each family has their own network

Optimal home size is
less than 5000 sq. ft.

Optimal building materials are wood and drywall

Maximum
network size is
72 devices
-
60 Switch Devices
-
6 Locks
-
6
Z
-
Wave
Thermostats

Do
not
attempt to transmit signals from one house to another
(detached garage, pool house or barn)
-
instead create separate
networks
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Z
-
Wave Network Guidelines
Recommendations

Do
not
place a Z
-
Waves device more than 30 ft. from the
another
Z
-
Wave device.
-
use repeaters to ensure a robust network

Z
-
Wave
is not recommended for large commercial or industrial
use.
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Z
-
Wave Network Guidelines

Materials affecting signal loss.
Material
Thickness
Worst case signal
attenuation
Glass
.25 inch
10%
Metal
J
-
Box
n/a
20%
Drywall
< 4 inch
30%
Wood
3 inch
30%
Stone
10.5 inch
70%
Concrete
4 inch
70%
Concrete
8 inch
90%
Reinforced Concrete
4.5 inch
95%
Concrete
12 inch
98%
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Z
-
Wave Network Guidelines

Reflections
-
Not all signals are absorbed or attenuated,
some are reflected.
-
Reflections are somewhat unpredictable.

Shadows
-
Some materials block all signals, and can
cause shadows.
-
Use repeaters to correct for shadows.
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Enrolling Z
-
Wave

Select “Automation”.

Select
the page down arrow “
˅
”.
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Enrolling Z
-
Wave

Select “Tools”.

Select
“Include Devices”.
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Enrolling Z
-
Wave

While in Inclusion mode, activate each device to Include.

The controller re
-
enters Inclusion mode after each device.
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Enrolling Z
-
Wave

Three beeps are emitted after each device is included.

Select “Done” when finished Including devices, all Included devices
will be saved.
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Enrolling Z
-
Wave

The Smart Controller will display a list of Included devices with their
Node number and Manufacture info.

Select
the back arrow “

” to return to the Automation Tools.
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Advanced Tools

Select “Advanced Tools” and enter the Installer or Master code.
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Advanced Tools
View Enrolled Devices • View
Enrolled Controllers

Lists
All Included
Nodes or
Primary
and Secondary
Controllers.
-
Node Number
-
Controller Role: (P)
rimary
or
(S)
econdary
-
Home ID
-
Device Type
-
Device ID
-
Manufacturer
Reset Controller

Default the Z
-
Wave controller.
-
Deletes All Nodes.
-
Generates a new random
Home ID.
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Advanced Tools
Primary Controller Shift to
Secondary

Transfers the
role
of Primary
to
another Z
-
Wave
Controller.
-
Both controllers can operate
the Z
-
Wave
devices
.
-
Only the Primary Controller
can
Include/Exclude
devices.
Learn

Includes the panel as Secondary
Controller of another network.
-
The Z
-
Wave Network is
Duplicated.
-
Both
controllers can operate
the Z
-
Wave devices.
-
Only the Primary Controller
can Include/Exclude devices.
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Advanced Tools
Locking Door

Determines how the Z
-
Wave lock
will affect the security system
when it is locked.
-
Disabled

No change in
arming state.
-
Arm Stay
-
Arm Away
-
Arm
Without Auto
Stay
All Devices On • All Devices Off

Turns ON or OFF all Z
-
Wave
switch devices.
-
Some thermostats Enter/Exit
energy savings mode.
-
Some sirens may respond to
this command.
-
Locks ignore this command
.
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Garage Door Setup

Lyric Smart Controller supports up to 4 garage doors.

To monitor the status of the door a sensor must be used on the
door.

For easy installation, use the 5822T Tilt Sensor.

Garage door sensors are assigned to these zones:

Garage Door 1

Zone 127

Garage Door 2

Zone 128

Garage Door 3

Zone 129

Garage Door 4

Zone 130
5822T
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Smart Scenes
Smart Scenes can control:

Automation Devices
-
Thermostats

Z
-
Wave
and
Wi
-
Fi
-
Locks and Garage Doors
-
Lights and Appliances
-
Shades and Blinds
-
Water Valves

Security Actions
-
Arm Away or Stay
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Smart Scenes

View and Run Smart Scenes from the Smart Controller screen.
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Smart Scenes

Create, Edit and Run Smart Scenes from a mobile device with the
Total Connect 2.0 app.
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Smart Scenes

Triggered Smart Scenes can be initiated by the
following:
-
System armed away, stay or disarmed.
-
Burglary Alarm
-
Carbon Monoxide and Fire Alarm
-
Sensor open or close

Triggered and Scheduled Smart Scenes can be
suspended with the HOLD command.
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Smart Scenes

Scheduled Smart Scenes are initiated by a combination of the
following:
-
Sunrise or Sunset
-
Time of Day
-
Day(s) of Week
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Run and Review Smart Scenes

Scene will be available to Run, Hold or Review from the Lyric Smart
Controller.
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Smart Scenes Recap

When using Total Connect 2.0, Smart Scenes can only be created,
edited or deleted from the Total Connect 2.0 app or website.

100 Smart Scenes can be created.

10 Devices or Actions can be added to each Smart Scene.

Smart Scenes can be
activated three
ways:

Activated by a schedule.

Activated by a system event, such as Arm, Disarm or Sensor
open/close.

Activated manually by selecting it.
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Introduction to Voice Command

Voice Command vs. Voice Recognition

Three selectable trigger phrases

Five configurable commands
-
Bedtime
-
Evening Time
-
Leaving the House
-
Returning Home
-
Wake Up

Pre
-
configured command
-
Cameras
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Voice Command

Enable Voice Command

Select Trigger and Feedback
options
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Voice Command
Counter

Voice Counter.

Counter
keeps track the number
of commands and how
accurate
.

Accuracy number can be
changed to eliminate false
activations.

Accuracy number
-
200 to 2000
-
Lower number

understands
more readily.
-
Higher number

discriminates
for clearer speech.

Select the Accuracy number to
change.
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Voice Command
Counter

Enter a number between 200
and 2000.

Select “Done”

Updated Accuracy number
shown.
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Built
-
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Introduction

Resolution
2MP

Sent at 640 x 480 VGA

Requires Total Connect 2.0

Capture two snapshots upon disarming.

Capture two snapshots with Look
-
In.

Snapshot capture requires Wi
-
Fi.

Up to 40 images will be stored if the Wi
-
Fi® connection is lost.

Click the wrench to edit settings.
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Settings

Edit the Camera Name
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Settings

Check box to enable built
-
in camera to capture snapshot upon
Disarming.
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Settings

Camera/Smart Controller IP Address information.

Built
-
in camera firmware version.
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Features
View snapshot history

To view the snapshot history, click the center of the image.
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Features

Search by Date
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Features

Filter by Event Type

Click on any snapshots group to view the images.
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Features

Select “Save” to download and preserve the images.

Use the arrows, Left and Right, to view both images.
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Features
View snapshot history

Request Look
-
in for new snapshots.
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Features
View snapshot history

Request Look
-
in for new snapshots.
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Notifications
My Profile

Select “Text or HTML w/Attachment” to ensure the deliver of the
Notifications with Snapshots attached.

Email or Phone number must be “
P
Validated”
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Notifications

Select “Setup” to create Notifications for the Front Facing Camera.
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Notifications

Select the “Camera” icon, as shown.
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Notifications

Select “Disarmed” to create a notification when the system is
disarmed via the Smart Controller screen.
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Notifications

Select “Built
-
in Camera”.

Camera can be renamed via AlarmNet 360, under Devices of the TC2
Account.
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Notifications

Select “+ Notification” to continue.
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Notifications

Subject of message can be edited for a custom message.

Select “Send To” to modify the destination of the notification.
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Notifications

To create a notification for manually triggered snapshots, select
“Look
-
in”.

Saving in between creating notifications is not required.
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Notifications

Next, select the “Built
-
in Camera” again.
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Notifications

Select “+ Notification” to continue.
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Notifications

Modify Subject and “Send To” as desired.

Notice, the number of notifications created for the event type.
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Notifications

Select “Save” after all notifications have been created.
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-
Fi,
Local and Remote
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Wi
-
Fi® Diagnostics

Signal Strength

Minimum recommended signal strength for Wi
-
Fi® devices:
-
65dBm.

2.4GHz Wi
-
Fi® used only.
Bars
Definition
Signal
Strength
0 Bars
No Connection
-
255
dBm
1 Bars
Poor
Not Recommended
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81 to
worse
2 Bars
Fair
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71 to
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80
3 Bars
Good
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51 to
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70
4 Bars
Excellent
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50 to
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20
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Wi
-
Fi® Diagnostics

Signal
Strength

Common materials affecting signal strength.
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10 to
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15 dB
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8 dB
-
6 dB
-
5 dB
-
5 dB
-
4 dB
-
3 dB
-
3 to
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5 dB
-
3 dB
-
2 dB
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Wi
-
Fi® Site Survey and Analysis

Site Survey using Android Apps
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Wi
-
Fi® Site Survey and Analysis

Apps graph signal stability.

Use graph to see the affects of open and closed doors.
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Wi
-
Fi® Diagnostics

Channel
Selection

Apps recommend best
channel.

Overlapping channels
cause slower data
throughput.

Overlapping channels can
cause loss of connectivity
with good signal strength.

Select most open channel,
1, 6, or 11.
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Wi
-
Fi® Diagnostics

Channel
Selection

For best SiX Wireless performance, do not overlap SiX
Channel and Wi
-
Fi® Channel.




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Wi
-
Fi® Diagnostics

Channel
Selection

Check the System Information screen to determine which
RF6 (SiX) Wireless channel is being used.

To access the System Information screen: Security

Tools

Master Code

Advanced

System Information
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Changing Wi
-
Fi® Channel

Most routers are defaulted to channel 1, 6 or 11.
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Honeywell WAP
-
Plus defaulted to channel 6.

“Auto” channel selection is not recommended.

Use a search engine to locate instructions on specific routers to
change Wi
-
Fi® channel.

Honeywell WAP
-
Plus channel can be changed if no client devices
are linked.
-
Default the Honeywell WAP
-
Plus if channel selection needs to be
changed.

URL

192.168.0.1

Username

admin

Password
-
password
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Changing Wi
-
Fi® Channel

Honeywell WAP
-
Plus
-
Region must be selected before making channel selection.
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Changing Wi
-
Fi® Channel

Arris

Common cable router.
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Changing Wi
-
Fi® Channel

LINKSYS Smart Wi
-
Fi
router.

Select the Wi
-
Fi® symbol

Click Edit next to 2.4GHz
network.

Change channel selection.
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Communicator Status

Communicator

automatically selected
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Communicator Details
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Communicator Status

Communicator
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Reset AlarmNet communicator
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Communicator Status

Communicator
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Request software
v
ersion update from the communicator.
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Communicator Status

QOS

Quality of Service
-
90 Day downloadable history
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Communicator Status

Alarms
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90 Day downloadable History, search by date range.
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Communicator Status

Alarms
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Request Test Alarm
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Panel Diagnostics

Panel Diagnostics
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See important panel health status.
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Panel Diagnostics

Select “Refresh Status” to update panel status.

Select “Reboot Panel” to warm boot the Lyric Smart Controller.
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Panel Diagnostics

Area Status
-
Displays arming and fault status
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Panel Diagnostics

Zone Status
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Signal Strength, Battery Level, Alarm, Fault, Trouble and Bypass state
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Panel Diagnostics

Zone Status Filters
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All, Alarm, Trouble, Bypass, Fault, and Others
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Panel Diagnostics

Event Log
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Search and display by date range and event type.
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Reporting Test

New Report Test
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End
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to
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End test log of tested and untested zones, to the central station.
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Reporting Test

Confirm central station notification
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Check the box after notifying the Central Station of test.
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Reporting Test

Select “Start Test” to begin testing zones.

The Smart Controller will need to be Armed Away to complete this test.
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Reporting Test

All reporting zones listed.
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Red icon indicates Zone Not Tested or Report not Received.
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Reporting Test

Arm system and fault/activate each zone.
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Green icon indicates alarm report received by the Central Station.
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Reporting Test

Select “Stop Test” when all zones have been tested.
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Untested zones will be recorded as Failed.
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Reporting Test

Confirm notification to central station that test is complete.
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Check box and select “Finish”.
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Reporting Test

Reporting Test log records all tests.
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Details will display tested and failed zones.
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Panel Diagnostics

After installation is completed,
the security system should be
carefully tested.

To access the Installer
diagnostic tools,
Select

Security” from the home screen

Select “
Tools”
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Panel Diagnostics

Enter the Installer’s code now,
4
-
1
-
1
-
2 is the factory default
code.

Select “
Test”, to gain access to
the various installer tests
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Walk Test

Entering “Walk Test” allows
each protection point to be
checked for proper operation.

Once the “Walk Test” is active, a
message across the top banner
on the Lyric will display

Exit Walk Test

Select Home
and enter a user code.
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Go / No Go Test

Designed for 5800 Wireless.

The Go
-
No
-
Go tests is used to
verify adequate RF signal
strength from the proposed
transmitter location, and allows
you to reorient or relocate
transmitters if necessary, before
mounting the transmitters
permanently.

Select “
Go / No Go Test


Once the “Go / No Go Test” is
active, a message across the
top banner on the Lyric will
display this as well
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RF Signal Strength is displayed inside Installer Zone Programming.

Good

Indicated with one to four green bars.

Bad

Indicated with four red bars.

Signal strength
color indicates Go/No
-
Go status.
-
Go/No
-
Go Test not required for SiX Wireless devices.

Warning message displayed if any sensor has unacceptable signal
strength when exiting Zone Programming.
SiX™ Wireless Signal Strength
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Diagnostics

The reboot function allows you to restart the system if required. To
reboot the system, Select “Reboot”

A
confirmation screen appears. Select “Yes”. The system will restart
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Firmware Updates
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Remote Firmware Update

Firmware Version and Upgrade found on Account Overview page.

Firmware update options: Remote and USB

Both Panel and Sensor firmware is updated during this process.

Select “Upgrade” to begin.
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Remote Firmware Update

Latest version automatically selected.
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Older versions can also be selected.
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Remote Firmware Update

Job Name can be edited.

Update can be scheduled.
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Remote Firmware Update

Select “Schedule” to start the update at the scheduled time.
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Remote Firmware Update

Job Status can be monitored by selecting the Jobs Status List icon
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Icon also found in the upper right corner of “Device Programming”.
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Remote Firmware Update

Job Status List

Color coded status
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Pending
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Grey
, In Progress
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Blue
, Successful
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Green
, Failed

Red

Select Job to view individual status details.
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Remote Firmware Update

Click job to view detailed status

Job can be deleted before the download begins, or if stalled.
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Remote Firmware Update

Detailed Status
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USB Firmware Update

Download Firmware File
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Same firmware file can be used for all panels of same version.
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Sample Filename:
AIO_01.00.5520
-
0_04.6.3
-
0.tar.gz
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USB Firmware Update

Download Key File
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Unique for each panel.
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Creates a job to be monitored for
completion status.
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Sample
Filename:
00D02D600363.manifest

Files must be downloaded to a
USB memory
into a specific
folder.
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USB Firmware Update

Steps to start the USB Firmware Update
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Insert the USB memory into the Lyric Smart Controller.
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Select “Security”, “Tools”, and enter the system Installer code.
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Select “Program”

Panel will return to the Home Screen, and indicate
System Standby..
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USB Firmware Update

USB memory stick LED may flicker while transferring files.

The Lyric panel will reboot to apply update after transferring files.
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System must be cannot have any troubles or low battery in order to
reboot and apply update automatically.
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Reboot manually if troubles cannot be cleared, after file transfer activity
completes.

Job status will update after reboot and connect to AlarmNet 360
again.
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Sensor and Keyfob Firmware Update

Accessed from the Master Tools, Advanced menu.

See Sensor and Firmware Update selections
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Update Sensor Firmware

Sensor Firmware Update Methods
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Auto update

occurs with panel
firmware update.
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Manual update

started from
Master Advanced Tools

Update sensor
f
irmware as a step
of finalizing any installation.

Update runs in the background.

All Sensors will be listed with MAC
ID and Version Info, including date
of information check.

Select “Start” to begin update.
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Update Sensor Firmware

Update compares device version to latest version to determine
which devices to update.

Primary and Secondary OND (firmware for device) is downloaded.
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Update Sensor Firmware

Upon completion, the screen is updated, as shown.

The system can be operated normally while this update continues.

Return to the “Update Sensor Firmware” screen to check the status.

“Start” is displayed again when update is complete.
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Update Keyfob Firmware

Keyfob Firmware Update Always
Requires User Intervention.

Select “Start” to begin update.

Press and hold all four keyfob
buttons for 5 seconds at once,
immediately after starting update.

Firmware version checked when
buttons pressed.
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Update Keyfob Firmware


Pri
OND for Keyfob” indicates
update started.

Multiple Keyfobs
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Restart Update Keyfob Firmware

Keyfob zones shows Complete.

“Updating finished” displayed.
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Sensor Firmware Update Verification

Each sensor firmware is displayed on it’s Edit screen

Three parts to firmware information
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SA

Updateable Firmware
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SW

Updateable Firmware
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HW

Hardware version, does not update
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Sensor Firmware Update Verification

Sensor Edit screen after firmware update

SA and SW firmware updated versions shown
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What We Covered

SiX™ Two
-
way Encrypted wireless
-
Auto learning
-
Updateable

Hardware, Placement and Installation

AlarmNet 360
-
Account Setup
-
Panel Programming
-
Diagnostics

Lyric Thermostat

Z
-
Wave and Smart Scenes

Lyric Voice Command

Video viewing capabilities

Snapshots upon disarming

Wi
-
Fi,
Local and Remote Diagnostics
Lyric™ Life in Tune
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