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Lyric
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Controller
Installation and Reference Guide

























































































Ref: LCP500-L/LCP500-LC
800-18076 11/15 Rev. D





Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTIONRECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION


The Following Recommendations for the location of f
ire and burglary detection devices help provide pro
per
coverage for the protected premises.
Recommendations for Smoke and Heat Detectors
With regard to the number and placement of smoke/he
at detectors, we subscribe to the recommendations
contained in the National Fire Protection Associatio
n's (NFPA) Standard #72 noted below.




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


For additional protection the NFPA recommends that y
ou install heat
or smoke detectors
in the living room,
dining room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), attic
, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, basement
s 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 elec
trical 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) lon
g.


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

THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TE
MPORAL PULSE
THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TE
MPORAL PULSE
THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TE
MPORAL PULSE
THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TE
MPORAL PULSE
SOUNDING OF FIRE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.
SOUNDING OF FIRE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.SOUNDING OF FIRE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.
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 lo
cated 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 communications are out of order (if
connected to an alarm monitoring station).
This Honeywell security system is designed for use
with devices manufactured or approved by Honeywell
for use with the
system. The security system is not designed for us
e with any device that may be attached to the syste
m's control or other
communicating bus if Honeywell has not approved suc
h device for use with the system. Use of any such
unauthorized device
may cause damage or compromise the performance of t
he security system and affect the validity of the e
nd user’s Honeywell
limited warranty. When you install devices that ha
ve been manufactured or approved by Honeywell, you
give the end user
the assurance that these devices have been thorough
ly tested to ensure optimum performance when used w
ith this
Honeywell security system. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Table of Contents

System Features
System FeaturesSystem Features
System Features ...................................
...................................................
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...... 5
Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the
the the
the C
CC
Control
ontrolontrol
ontrol ............................................
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...................................... 7
Backup Battery Installation .......................
...................................................
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................................................. 7

Battery Selection .................................
...................................................
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7
Installing the Rechargeable Backup Battery ........
...................................................
...................................................
...................... 7
Replacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery .........
...................................................
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................... 7
Wall Mounting .....................................
...................................................
...................................................
...................................................
.......... 8
Desktop Mounting ..................................
...................................................
...................................................
...................................................
.... 9
Replace the Back Plate .............................
...................................................
...................................................
.......................................... 9
Install the Desk Stand ............................
...................................................
...................................................
.............................................. 9
AC Power ...........................................
...................................................
...................................................
...................................................
........... 10
Wiring Overview ...................................
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...................................................
..... 10
Make Electrical Connections .......................
...................................................
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..................................... 10
Communications Modules ............................
...................................................
...................................................
.............................................. 11
Communications Module 24-Hour Standby power .......
...................................................
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......... 11
Install and Configure Communications Module .......
...................................................
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......................... 11
Installing the Cellular Module ....................
...................................................
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....................................... 11
Checking Signal Strength ..........................
...................................................
...................................................
....................................... 12
Wireless Zones
Wireless ZonesWireless Zones
Wireless Zones ....................................
...................................................
...................................................
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...... 13
General Information ...............................
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... 13
Zones .............................................
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......... 13
Range .............................................
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......... 13
Transmitters ......................................
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... 13
House Identification ..............................
...................................................
...................................................
.............................................. 13
Transmitter Supervision ...........................
...................................................
...................................................
......................................... 13
Transmitter Input Types ...........................
...................................................
...................................................
......................................... 13
Transmitter Battery Life ..........................
...................................................
...................................................
.......................................... 13
RF Transmitter Loop Numbers .......................
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................................ 14
Mechanics
Mechanics Mechanics
Mechanics of
of of
of Programming
ProgrammingProgramming
Programming .......................................
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............................ 15
Navigating Menus ..................................
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.... 15
Touch-screen Display ..............................
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...................................................
........................................... 15
Keypad Lockout ....................................
...................................................
...................................................
................................................ 15

Navigation Keys ...................................
...................................................
...................................................
................................................. 1
6
Home Screen .......................................
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...................................................
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16
Security Screen ...................................
...................................................
...................................................
..................................................
17
Master User Tools Screen ..........................
...................................................
...................................................
....................................... 17
Programming ........................................
...................................................
...................................................
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....... 18
Enter Installer Programming Mode ...................
...................................................
...................................................
............................ 18
Loading Factory Defaults ..........................
...................................................
...................................................
................................................ 19

Select a Default Configuration.....................
...................................................
...................................................
................................... 19
Exit Programming Mode ..............................
...................................................
...................................................
.............................................. 19
Upgrade Lyric Controller Firmware .................
...................................................
...................................................
..................................... 19
Zone Response Type Definitions
Zone Response Type DefinitionsZone Response Type Definitions
Zone Response Type Definitions ....................
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................................... 20
General Information ...............................
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.. 20
System Operation
System OperationSystem Operation
System Operation ..................................
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. 22
Key/Touchscreen Operation .........................
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......................................... 22
Panic Key/Icons ....................................
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..... 22
Security Codes ....................................
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....... 22
Installer Code ....................................
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...................................................
. 22
Master Code .......................................
...................................................
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...................................................
. 22
Enter/Change the Master Code by Installer .........
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................... 22
Secondary User Codes ..............................
...................................................
...................................................
........................................ 22
Reset Master Code .................................
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............................................. 23
Security Code Notes ...............................
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........................................... 23
System Displays ...................................
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..... 24
Zone Status Displays ..............................
...................................................
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...................................................
. 24
Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice Feature) ..
...................................................
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................. 25
Activation.........................................
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.... 25
Operator Commands .................................
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........................................ 25
Event Log .........................................
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............ 26
Contact ID Event Log Codes ........................
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Table of Contents
(Continued)




Central Station Messages ..........................
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.......................................27
Testing the System
Testing the SystemTesting the System
Testing the System ................................
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28
Test Modes ........................................
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.. 28
Testing the System ................................
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............................................. 28
Armed System Test .................................
...................................................
...................................................
........................................... 28
Zone Discovery Mode ...............................
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........................................ 29
Rebooting the System ..............................
...................................................
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........................................ 29
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LL
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Programming Default
Programming Default Programming Default
Programming Default Values
ValuesValues
Values ............................................
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...... 30
Zone Assignment/Alarm Response Types ..............
...................................................
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................. 31
Zone Response Type
Zone Response Type Zone Response Type
Zone Response Type Matrix
MatrixMatrix
Matrix ............................................
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.................... 32
Regulatory Agency Statements
Regulatory Agency StatementsRegulatory Agency Statements
Regulatory Agency Statements ......................
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Limi
LimiLimi
Limitations
tations tations
tations of
of of
of t
tt
this System Statement
his System Statementhis System Statement
his System Statement ..............................
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Agency
AgencyAgency
Agency

Notices
NoticesNotices
Notices ...........................................
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SIA Quick Reference Guide
SIA Quick Reference GuideSIA Quick Reference Guide
SIA Quick Reference Guide .........................
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......................................... 35


Specifications
SpecificationsSpecifications
Specifications ....................................
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....... 36
Contacting Technical Support
Contacting Technical SupportContacting Technical Support
Contacting Technical Support ......................
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...................................... 36


Glossary
GlossaryGlossary
Glossary ..........................................
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Index
IndexIndex
Index .............................................
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Summary
Summary Summary
Summary of
of of
of Connect
ConnectConnect
Connections Diagram
ions Diagramions Diagram
ions Diagram ......................................
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Warranty Information
Warranty InformationWarranty Information
Warranty Information .............................
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............................. Rear Cover


















Lyric
LyricLyric
Lyric

Lock
LockLock
Lock


This system supports Lyric Lock, an advanced featur
e designed to keep it functioning optimally. Lyric
Lock
capabilities include: the ability to interact with
Honeywell and your company’s network for the setup
and
programming of system features, support for remote
software updates and the ability (when enabled) to
enhance the end user’s security by preventing unaut
horized takeover of the system by another monitorin
g
company.
In the event that the end user wishes to authorize
another company to take over the system, the end us
er may
request that Honeywell remotely disable Lyric Lock.
Honeywell will require documentation that the end
user
has attempted to contact your company three times a
nd that your company has failed to respond, or fail
ed to
agree to the end user’s request. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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System Features
System FeaturesSystem Features
System Features


The Lyric Controller is a self-contained, rechargea
ble wireless control/communicator that features eas
y
installation and usage. A built-in speaker provides
voice annunciation of system status along with voi
ce
descriptors of each zone. An internal module allows
the controller to communicate with the Central Sta
tion via
the Internet or (if installed) Cellular Wireless.
ETL

Lyric
Lyric Lyric
Lyric Controller
ControllerController
Controller

is not intended for UL985 Household Fire applicat
is not intended for UL985 Household Fire applicatis not intended for UL985 Household Fire applicat
is not intended for UL985 Household Fire applicatio
ns u
ions uions u
ions unless a 24
nless a 24nless a 24
nless a 24-
--
-hour backup
hour backup hour backup
hour backup
battery
battery battery
battery (
((
(p/n
p/np/n
p/n

300
300300
300-
--
-03866
0386603866
03866-
--
-AIO
AIOAIO
AIO) is installed.
) is installed.) is installed.
) is installed.





System Features
System FeaturesSystem Features
System Features


7.0-inch Color Graphic Touch Screen



Message Center (for user recorded messages)



Voice Announcement of System and Zone Status



Ten User-selectable Chime Sounds



Automatic Stay Arming



Night Stay Arming



48 User Codes (Installer, Master, Guest, Duress)



Panic Functions (Police, Fire, Medical)



Programmable Reminders



Video Camera Control (requires Wi-Fi® connection)



Supports Mobile Devices (Tablet, iPAD, etc.) that d
uplicate functions of the Lyric Controller (i.e.;
Security, Web Content Home Automation and Video Con
trol)



Built-in Camera (enabled via AlarmNet 360™ and Tot
al Connect)

Home Automation
Home AutomationHome Automation
Home Automation




Integrated Z-Wave Support


Control up to 72 Z-Wave Home Automation Devices in
cluding:
-
Thermostats (up to 6)
-
Door Locks (up to 6)
-
Devices (outlets, switches, lamps/appliances) (up t
o 60)


Supports Z-Wave Network Wide Inclusion (NWI) Mode


100 programmable Smart Actions


Up to 150 scheduled events


Supports Garage Door Feature (5877 Relay Receiver)



Video Doorbell compatibility
Zones and Devices
Zones and DevicesZones and Devices
Zones and Devices




Two Hardwire Zones (EOLR, N/C, N/O)


4 Panel Panic Zones


128 Wireless Protection Zones (5800 and SiX™ Series
transmitters)


Four Garage Door Zones


32 Wireless Buttons (Wireless Key) Zones (5800 and
SiX Series transmitters)


Supports SiX Series Devices
-
Sensor Location Feature
-
Signal Strength Validation Feature
-
Frequency Agility


Eight (SiX Series) Wireless Keypad Zones


12 Temperature Zones


Resident Monitor Zone Types


Built-in Case Tamper


Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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System Features
System FeaturesSystem Features
System Features

(Continued)



Communication
CommunicationCommunication
Communication


ADEMCO Contact ID


Integrated Wi-Fi Support


Cellular (GSM, LTE or CDMA) Central Station commun
ication


Wi-Fi Central Station communication


Two-way Voice Communication


Supports AlarmNet 360 Remote Services
System Power
System PowerSystem Power
System Power




Primary Power: Plug-in Power Supply, 110VAC to 9VDC, 2
.5A output p/n 300-04705V1 (300-4063V1 in
Canada)


Backup Battery: Rechargeable Nickel-metal Hydride
Battery Pack rated at 7.2Vdc. LCP500-4B (p/n
300-03864-AIO) or LCP500-24B (p/n 300-03866-AIO)
Alarm Output
Alarm OutputAlarm Output
Alarm Output




Built-in Sounder


Steady Output for burglary/panic


Temporal (3) Pulse Output for fire alarms


Temporal (4) Pulse Output for carbon monoxide alarm
s


Audio Alarm Verification (AAV)
Programming
ProgrammingProgramming
Programming




Options stored in EEROM


Can be uploaded, downloaded or controlled via Alar
mNet 360 using capable Cellular or Wi-Fi
Communications Module


Flash Downloading
Other Features
Other FeaturesOther Features
Other Features




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


Keypad Lockout (detects invalid code entries and l
ocks out keypad for a 15 minute period)


Event Log Storage (total 6,000 events)


RF Jam Detection


Advanced Protection Logic™ (APL) (Minimizes the like
lihood of the system being disabled before
notification can be sent to the Central Station ind
icating that the premises have been compromised.)


Lyric Lock (Customer Retention Logic) Dealer selec
table Lockout (anti-takeover) feature


Displays Local Weather (requires Total Connect Ser
vice)


Dealer/Central Station Messages (requires Total Co
nnect Service)


Dealer Information Display - allows Dealer to uplo
ad the following via AlarmNet 360:
- Dealer Logo
- Dealer Contact Information
- Dealer Picture



Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control
the Controlthe Control
the Control


Backup
Backup Backup
Backup Battery Installation
Battery InstallationBattery Installation
Battery Installation


The Lyric Controller is equipped with an integral,
replaceable, rechargeable battery pack rated at 7.2
Vdc. In the
event of an AC power loss, the system is supported
by the long life backup battery that is supervised
for
connection and for low voltage conditions. If the b
attery is missing, or a low battery condition is de
tected, a
“low battery” message is displayed and a report is
sent to the Central Station. In addition, the syste
m will beep
once every 45 seconds to audibly indicate a low bat
tery condition (press any key to stop the beeping).
Select
the appropriate battery pack, based on the installa
tion’s requirement, and install the battery pack. F
ollow the
steps and refer to the figure below to install and
connect the battery.
Battery Selection
Battery SelectionBattery Selection
Battery Selection


Select the appropriate battery pack, based on the i
nstallation’s requirement, and install the battery
pack.
Battery Part Number
Battery Part NumberBattery Part Number
Battery Part Number

Battery StandbyTime
Battery StandbyTimeBattery StandbyTime
Battery StandbyTime

Low Battery Notification
Low Battery NotificationLow Battery Notification
Low Battery Notification

LCP500-4B (300-03864-AIO)

4-hours (minimum)

Approximately 1-hour before battery depletion

LCP500-24B (300-03866-AIO)

24-hours (minimum)

At least 1-hour before battery depletion
Installing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
Installing the Rechargeable Backup BatteryInstalling the Rechargeable Backup Battery
Installing the Rechargeable Backup Battery


1. Insert the battery pack into controller’s rear c
ase.
2. Install the battery retainer.
3. Secure the battery retainer with the provided sc
rew.
4. Connect the battery pack connector to the recept
acle on the back of the controller.
5. Align the slots on the back of the controller wi
th the hooks on the wall mount as shown below.
6. Once attached, insert the screw to secure the co
ntroller to the wall mount.
7. Plug the power supply into a 24-hour, 110VAC unsw
itched outlet. Upon power-up, the “System Standby!”

screen will be displayed.

SCREW
lyric-031-V1
SCREW
LCP500-4B
STANDARD CAPACITY
BATTERY PACK
(p/n 300-03864-AIO)
RETAINER
OR
RETAINER
LCP500-24B
HIGH CAPACITY
BATTERY PACK
(p/n 300-03866-AIO)










Rechargeable batter
Rechargeable batterRechargeable batter
Rechargeable batteries may take up to 48
ies may take up to 48ies may take up to 48
ies may take up to 48-
--
-hours to fully charge. The “Low Battery” message
hours to fully charge. The “Low Battery” message hours to fully charge. The “Low Battery” message
hours to fully charge. The “Low Battery” message
should clear within four hours or by entering Test
Mode.
should clear within four hours or by entering Test
Mode.
should clear within four hours or by entering Test
Mode.
should clear within four hours or by entering Test
Mode.


Replacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
Replacing the Rechargeable Backup BatteryReplacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
Replacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery


1.

When battery replacement is required, at the Insta
ller Programming Tools Menu select “Test” OR at the
Master User Tools Menu screen select the “Advanced”
icon.
2.

Select “Install Backup Battery” and follow the dis
played steps to replace the battery or follow the s
teps
below.
Remove the battery
Remove the batteryRemove the battery
Remove the battery


1.

Unscrew the screw securing the controller to the w
all mount (if used).
2. Release the catch that secures the controller to
the wall mount.
3.

Rotate the controller away from the wall and lift
it from the wall mount, being careful not to damage
the
wiring. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control
the Control the Control
the Control (Continued)



4.

Disconnect the battery pack connector from the rec
eptacle on the back of the controller.
5. Remove the screw that secures the battery retain
er and remove the battery retainer.
6. Remove the battery pack from the back case.
Install the replacement battery
Install the replacement batteryInstall the replacement battery
Install the replacement battery


1. Install a replacement battery pack LCP500-4B (p/n
300-03864-AIO) OR LCP500-24B (p/n 300-03866-
AIO) into the back of the controller.
2. Install the battery retainer.
3. Secure the battery retainer with the provided sc
rew.
4. Connect the battery pack connector to the recept
acle on the back of the controller.
5. Align the slots on the back of the controller wi
th the hooks on the wall mount as shown below.
6. Once attached, insert the screw to secure the Ly
ric to the wall mount.
NOTE:
NOTE:NOTE:
NOTE: If a Cellular Communication Module is being
installed, verify the module’s signal strength befo
re
selecting a final mounting location. Refer to
Checking the Signal Strength
in the Communications
Module section.
Wall Mounting
Wall MountingWall Mounting
Wall Mounting


NOTE:
NOTE: NOTE:
NOTE:

When selecting a location for the Lyric Controller
, be sure to provide a separation of at least 10 fe
et
between 2.4GHz devices such as Wi-Fi Routers/Access
Points.
For wall mounting follow the steps and refer to the
figure below.
1. Feed the field wiring through the appropriate o
penings in the wall mount.
2. Attach the wall mount to a sturdy wall using th
e four provided screws.
3. If required, install an additional mounting scre
w in the case tamper.
4. Align the slots on the back of the controller wi
th the hooks on the wall mount as shown below.
5. Once attached, insert the screw to secure the Ly
ric to the wall mount.



lyric-036-V1
INSERT SCREW
(IF APPLICABLE)
WALL
MOUNT
WALL
SURFACE
TAMPER
SCREW
(OPTIONAL)
MOUNTING
SCREW (4)
TYP.


Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide
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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control
the Control the Control
the Control (Continued)


Desktop Mounting
Desktop MountingDesktop Mounting
Desktop Mounting


NOTE:
NOTE: NOTE:
NOTE:

When selecting a location for the Lyric Controller
, be sure to provide a separation of at least 10 fe
et
between 2.4GHz devices such as Wi-Fi Routers/Access
Points.


For desktop mounting the Lyric Desk Stand (LCP500-DK
) is installed in place of the wall mount. The desk
Stand
can be installed in two positions that provide a vi
ewing angle of 30 degrees or 60 degrees. Follow the
steps and
refer to the figures below.
Replace the Back Plate
Replace the Back Plate Replace the Back Plate
Replace the Back Plate


1. Remove the screw securing the rear cover to the
controller.
2. Remove the rear cover.
NOTE
NOTENOTE
NOTE: If using the high-capacity (24-hour) backup
battery (Kit LCP500-24B, battery p/n 300-03866-AIO),

remove the battery retainer clip. The clip is not r
equired when the desk mount is installed.
3. Feed the field wiring through the appropriate op
enings in the rear cover included with the
Lyric Desk Stand
(
LCP500-DK).
4. Install the new rear cover.
5. Install the screw to secure the rear cover to th
e Lyric Controller.
lyric-050-V0
SCREW
REMOVE
INSTALL

Install Desk Stand
Install Desk StandInstall Desk Stand
Install Desk Stand


1. Align the slots on the back of the controller wi
th the hooks on the desk stand as shown below.
2. Insert the stand into the slots on the rear case
to provide the desired viewing angle and slide up
to lock in
place.
lyric-052-V0
STAND LOCATION 60
STAND LOCATION 30 Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control
the Control the Control
the Control (Continued)


AC Power
AC PowerAC Power
AC Power


The Lyric Controller is powered by a 110VAC, 60 Hz/
9 Volt DC, 2.5 Amp Plug-in Power Supply, 300-04705V1

(300-04063V1 in Canada). Refer to the wiring table
below for wire gauge and length.
WIRING TABLE
WIRING TABLEWIRING TABLE
WIRING TABLE


MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN POWER
MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN POWER MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN POWER
MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN POWER
SUPPLY AND CONTR
SUPPLY AND CONTRSUPPLY AND CONTR
SUPPLY AND CONTROLLER
OLLEROLLER
OLLER


WIRE
WIRE WIRE
WIRE
GAUGE
GAUGEGAUGE
GAUGE


Up to 8 feet (2.44 m)

# 22

Up to 13 feet (3.96 m)

# 20

Up to 20 feet (6.1 m)

# 18



Use only the 300
Use only the 300Use only the 300
Use only the 300-
--
-04705V1
04705V1 04705V1
04705V1

(300
(300(300
(300-
--
-04063V1
04063V1 04063V1
04063V1
Canada) Power Supply. Do not plug the
Canada) Power Supply. Do not plug the Canada) Power Supply. Do not plug the
Canada) Power Supply. Do not plug the
power supply into the AC outlet unti
power supply into the AC outlet untipower supply into the AC outlet unti
power supply into the AC outlet until after
l after l after
l after
all wiring connections have been made
all wiring connections have been madeall wiring connections have been made
all wiring connections have been made.
..
.

Wiring Overview
Wiring OverviewWiring Overview
Wiring Overview


The following summarizes the electrical connections
associated with the Lyric Controller. Follow the s
teps and
refer to the figure below when making connections.
Refer to the Summary of Connections diagram for
additional information.
Make Electrical
Make Electrical Make Electrical
Make Electrical Connections
ConnectionsConnections
Connections


1. Temporarily hang the controller from the hook on
the wall mount.
2. If used, connect the hardwire sensors/contacts t
o the HWZ1/HWZ2 (+) and GND (-) terminals.
3. Remove the Power Supply Sleeve from the Power Supp
ly.
4. Route the wiring through the Power Supply Sleeve
(if used).
5. Connect the wires to the +9VDC and GND terminals
on the Power Supply and reinstall the Sleeve.
lyric-059-V0
3
1
2
4

6. Align the slots on the back of the controller wi
th the hooks on the wall mount as shown below.
7. Once attached, insert the screw to secure the co
ntroller to the wall mount.
8. Plug the power supply into a 24-hour, 110VAC unsw
itched outlet. Upon power-up, the “System Standby!”

screen will be displayed.
lyric-035-V1
USB PORT
DETAIL A
BATTERY
RECEPTACLE
TAMPER
TERMINAL
BOARD
HWZ2
GND
HWZ1
+9VDC
GND



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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control (Continued)
the Control (Continued)the Control (Continued)
the Control (Continued)


!



The
The The
The LYRIC
LYRICLYRIC
LYRIC-
--
-CDMA
CDMACDMA
CDMA

Communications Module is only available in the con
tinental United States,
Communications Module is only available in the cont
inental United States,
Communications Module is only available in the cont
inental United States,
Communications Module is only available in the cont
inental United States,
Alaska and Hawaii
Alaska and HawaiiAlaska and Hawaii
Alaska and Hawaii.
..
.


Communication Modules
Communication ModulesCommunication Modules
Communication Modules


The Lyric Controller supports Central Station repor
ting using wireless/cellular and
Wi-Fi
communications
devices. They also support upload/download programm
ing capability via the Internet. This allows site
maintenance independent of Central Station monitori
ng, and modification to sites globally via the Inte
rnet. Refer
to the Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077) for informa
tion regarding programming and registration.
Additionally, an internal Z-Wave module allows the
Lyric Controller to support Home Automation functio
ns.
(refer to the Lyric User Guide (p/n 800-16078 for a
dditional information.) The controllers are compati
ble with
the following AlarmNet Communication Modules:

Model
ModelModel
Model

Description
DescriptionDescription
Description

LYRIC
-
3G


GSM Cellular Communications Module

L
YRIC
-
3G
C (Canada)


GSM Cellular Communications Module

LYRIC
-
CDMA

CDMA Cellular Communications Module

LYRICLTE

(Series)

LTE Cellular
Communications Module


Communications Module
Communications ModuleCommunications Module
Communications Module

24
2424
24-
--
-Hour Standby Power
Hour Standby PowerHour Standby Power
Hour Standby Power


If 24-hour standby is required, the Super High Capa
city battery (p/n 300-03866-AIO) must be installed.

!

RF Exposure
RF ExposureRF Exposure
RF Exposure


WARNING: The
WARNING: The WARNING: The
WARNING: The
Lyric
Lyric Lyric
Lyric Controller
ControllerController
Controller

must be installed to provide
must be installed to providemust be installed to provide
must be installed to provide

a separation distance of at least 7.8
a separation distance of at least 7.8 a separation distance of at least 7.8
a separation distance of at least 7.8
in (20 cm) from all persons and not co
in (20 cm) from all persons and not coin (20 cm) from all persons and not co
in (20 cm) from all persons and not co
-
--
-located or operated in conjunction with any other
located or operated in conjunction with any other located or operated in conjunction with any other
located or operated in conjunction with any other
transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi
transmitter except in accordance with FCC multitransmitter except in accordance with FCC multi
transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi
-
--
-transmitter product procedures.
transmitter product procedures.transmitter product procedures.
transmitter product procedures.



Install
InstallInstall
Install

and Configur
and Configurand Configur
and Configure
ee
e

C
CC
Communication
ommunication ommunication
ommunication Module
ModuleModule
Module
Follow the steps and refer to the figure below to i
nstall the Communications Module.
Installing the
Installing the Installing the
Installing the Cellular
Cellular Cellular
Cellular Communications Module
Communications ModuleCommunications Module
Communications Module


1. At the Installer Programming Tools Menu screen se
lect “Test” OR at the Master User Tools Menu
Programming screen select “Advanced”.
2. Select

“Install Cellular Module” and follow the prompts d
isplayed on the controller or follow the steps belo
w.
3. Remove controller side cover (bezel).
4. Remove the screw securing the module to the cont
roller (if installed).
5. Remove the existing Cellular Communications Modu
le (if installed).
6. Install the Cellular Communications Module into
the controller.
7. Ensure that the Communications Module is properl
y seated into the controller.
8. Insert the side cover (bezel) into the controlle
r.
9. Slide the side cover (bezel) down to lock it in
place and secure the Communications Module.
10. Select OK to complete the installation.
N
NN
NOTE
OTEOTE
OTE:
::
: The Communication Path will be dynamically adjuste
d when a Cellular Communication Module is
installed or removed.
11. Enable the Communications Module, configure al
arm reporting and module supervision and register t
he
device. Refer to the “Program Communicator” and “Com
munications Diagnostics” sections in the
Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077). OR Log on to the
AlarmNet 360
TM
website (http://alarmnet360.com).

The
The The
The
Communications Module
Communications ModuleCommunications Module
Communications Module

must be registered
must be registered must be registered
must be registered with
with with
with AlarmNet 360
AlarmNet 360AlarmNet 360
AlarmNet 360

before downloading or
before downloading or before downloading or
before downloading or
alarm reporting can take place.
alarm reporting can take place.alarm reporting can take place.
alarm reporting can take place.









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Installing
InstallingInstalling
Installing

the Control (Continued)
the Control (Continued)the Control (Continued)
the Control (Continued)


Communication Modules
Communication ModulesCommunication Modules
Communication Modules





PUSH UP THEN SLIDE OUT
SLIDE IN THEN PUSH DOWN
COMMUNICATION
MODULE
lyric-060-V0
2
1
2
1
1
2









Checking Signal Strength
Checking Signal StrengthChecking Signal Strength
Checking Signal Strength


When choosing a suitable mounting location, check t
he communications module’s signal strength to
ensure proper operation. For most installations, us
ing the module’s internal antenna, mounting the
Lyric controller as high as practical, and avoiding
large metal components provides adequate signal
strength for proper operation. To check signal stre
ngth, perform the following test.



Check Signal Strength
Check Signal StrengthCheck Signal Strength
Check Signal Strength


1. With the System in the Installer Programming mo
de, select the “Comm. Diagnostics” button and
then select the “Cellular Information” button. The
Cellular Information will be displayed and
signal strength is displayed in bars (1 -5 bars).
2. Verify that adequate Signal Strength (greater th
an 1 bar) is available. If necessary, relocate the
Controller to obtain better signal strength (select
“Cellular Information” again to refresh the
reading).
3. If adequate signal strength cannot be achieved,
with the internal antenna, an external antenna
can be employed. A kit with an adapter cable, clamp
, and bracket will be required. A connection
diagram with the adapter kit and a typical antenna
is provided with the kit.

Signal strength
Signal strengthSignal strength
Signal strength


4-5 bars ..........................................
.......... Excellent
2-3 bars ..........................................
.................. Okay
1 bar .............................................
....................... Poor



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Wireless Zones
Wireless ZonesWireless Zones
Wireless Zones


General Information
General InformationGeneral Information
General Information


Zones
ZonesZones
Zones
The Lyric Controller supports up to 128 total wirel
ess zones using 5800 and SiX Series transmitters, a
nd wireless
keys.
Range
RangeRange
Range


The built-in RF receiver can detect signals from wi
reless transmitters within a nominal range of 200 f
eet.
Transmitters
TransmittersTransmitters
Transmitters


5800 and SiX Series transmitters have built-in seri
al numbers that must be entered into the system usi
ng the
“Zones” programming section, or input to the contro
ller via AlarmNet 360. Each transmitter's zone numb
er is
also programmed into the system in the “Zones” prog
ramming section. Some transmitters, such as the 581
6 can
support more than one "zone" (referred to as loops
or inputs). On the 5816, for example, the wire conn
ection
terminal block is loop 1; the reed contact is loop
2. Each loop must be assigned a different zone numb
er.
For 5800 Series wireless keys such as the 5804E, 58
34-4 and 5878, you must assign a unique zone number
to
each individual button used on the transmitter. Ea
ch button on the transmitter also has a pre-designa
ted loop
or input number, which is automatically displayed.
Si
SiSi
SiX
XX
X

Series
SeriesSeries
Series

Frequency Agility
Frequency AgilityFrequency Agility
Frequency Agility


Communications between the Controller and SiX Serie
s transmitters is automatically monitored by the pa
nel.
When excessive environmental interference (i.e; fro
m Wi-Fi routers) is detected, communications betwee
n the
panel and the SiX Series sensors is automatically s
witched to another quieter channel to allow clearer

communication.



ETL
ETLETL
ETL

The 5816
The 5816 The 5816
The 5816 Transmitters do n
Transmitters do nTransmitters do n
Transmitters do not have EOL
ot have EOL ot have EOL
ot have EOL supervision of their loop wiring
supervision of their loop wiringsupervision of their loop wiring
supervision of their loop wiring, which
, which , which
, which m
mm
must
ustust
ust

not exceed 3 feet.
not exceed 3 feet.not exceed 3 feet.
not exceed 3 feet.


The
The The
The 5800PIR
5800PIR5800PIR
5800PIR-
--
-OD,
OD,OD,
OD,

5800SS1,
5800SS1,5800SS1,
5800SS1,

5804E,
5804E,5804E,
5804E,

5814,
5814, 5814,
5814, 5821, 5877
5821, 58775821, 5877
5821, 5877

and
and and
and 5878
58785878
5878

wireless transmitters
wireless transmitters wireless transmitters
wireless transmitters have no
have nohave no
have not been
t been t been
t been
evaluated by
evaluated by evaluated by
evaluated by ETL
ETLETL
ETL.
..
.

House Identification
House IdentificationHouse Identification
House Identification
If a RF House ID (RF House Code) is required to est
ablish proper communication, the same two-digit cod
e (01–
31) must be programmed in the Lyric, and the device
. Refer to the “System Type” programming section in
the
Lyric Controller Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077).
An RF House ID is not necessary for 5800 Series
transmitters and the entry should be left at “0” (d
efault) in those cases.
Transmitter Supervision
Transmitter SupervisionTransmitter Supervision
Transmitter Supervision


With the exception of some transmitters/keypads tha
t may be carried off-premises (5804E, 5834-4 and
SiXFOB), each transmitter is supervised by a check-
in signal that is sent to the receiver at 70–90 min
ute
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 "Supervisi
on" will be displayed. The supervision for a partic
ular
transmitter in the system that may also be carried
off the premises may be turned off by entering it a
s an
“Unsupervised” type. For additional information, re
fer to the “Zones” programming section in the Lyric

Controller Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077). 5800 a
nd SiX Series transmitters have built-in tamper
protection and will annunciate as a fault condition
if covers are removed. In Canada the RF supervisio
n period
is 3-hours for Fire zones and 12 hours for all othe
r zone types.
Transmitter Input Types
Transmitter Input TypesTransmitter Input Types
Transmitter Input Types


Each transmitter has one or more unique factory-ass
igned input (loop/5800 Series or service/SiX Series
) ID
codes. Each of the inputs requires a programming zo
ne

(e.g., a 5804E's four inputs require four button zo
nes).
Transmitters can be entered as one of the following
types (see transmitter’s instructions for appropri
ate
Supervision type):

Type
TypeType
Type

Description
DescriptionDescription
Description

Supervised

Sends periodic check
-
in signals, as

well as fault, restore, and low battery signals. Th
e
transmitter must remain within the receiver's range
.

Unsupervised

Sends all the signals that the
Supervised
type does, but the
controller

does not supervise the
check-in signals. The transmitter may therefore be
carried off-premises.

Button

S
end
s only

fault signals.
D
o not send low battery signals until
being
activated. The
transmitter is unsupervised and may be carried off-
premises. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Wireless Zones
Wireless ZonesWireless Zones
Wireless Zones

(Continued)


Transmitter Battery Life
Transmitter Battery LifeTransmitter Battery Life
Transmitter Battery Life




Batteries in the wireless transmitters may last fr
om 4–7 years, depending on the environment, usage,
and
the specific wireless device being used. Factors s
uch as humidity, high or low temperatures, as well
as
large swings in temperature may all reduce the actu
al battery life in a given installation. The wirele
ss
system can identify a true low battery situation, t
hus 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 te
sted for battery life. The 5804E, 5834-4, 5878 and
SiXFOB button transmitters have replaceable batteri
es.
RF
RFRF
RF

Transmitter Loop Numbers
Transmitter Loop NumbersTransmitter Loop Numbers
Transmitter Loop Numbers
(Refer to this information when programming 5800 Se
ries transmitters)


The following illustration shows the compatible tra
nsmitters, their associated input types and loop de
signations.

lyric-053-V4
5 8 7 7
5 8 0 0 S S 1
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 7 8
ENROLL AS
BUTTON
LOOP 1
(LOW SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 2
(HIGH SENSITIVITY)
5 8 9 8
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
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
SiXFOB
LOOP 1
LOOP 2
LOOP 3
LOOP 5
LOOP 4
5 8 0 0 P I R - O D
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 0 0 P I R / 5 8 0 0 P I R - C O M
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 0 0 P I R - R E S
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 0 0 C O M B O
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 0 0 M i c r a
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 0 0 C O
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
(LOW
SENSITIVITY
LOOP 2
(HIGH
SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 3 (TEMP)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
(HEAT/SMOKE)
LOOP 2
(MAINTENANCE)
LOOP 3
(LOW TEMP)
SERIAL #2
LOOP 1
(CO)
LOOP 2
(END OF LIFE)
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP 1
5806/5806W3/5807
5808/5808LST/5808W3
E N R O L L A S S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5809
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
5814
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5804E
ENROLL AS
BUTTON
5 8 1 5 W G / 5 8 1 5 W G - B R
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 1 1
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 4
LOOP 1
LOOP 2
LOOP 3
5 8 1 8 M N L
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
LOOPS
1 - 3
LOOP 1
5 8 1 6 M N
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
ALTERNATE POSITION
FOR LOOP 2
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
5 8 2 1
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 2 0 L
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 1 9 S ( W H S & B R S )
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 2
(REED)
5 8 1 9 S
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 1 9
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
5 8 1 6
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5 8 2 2 T
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
LOOP 1
(HIGH
SECURITY)
LOOP 2
(STANDARD
SECURITY)
LOOP 3 (TILT MODE)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
5834-4
ENROLL AS
BUTTON
5870API
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5869
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
5 8 5 3
E N R O L L A S
S U P E R V I S E D
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 1
2
1
ON
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 1
(INTERNAL
SHOCK
SENSOR)




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



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

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

(3) 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 Insta
llation Instructions for complete details. The syst
em
will confirm the enrollment of the encrypted device
by beeping two times.
(4)

The 5800PIR-OD, 5800SS1, 5804E, 5814, 5821, 5877, a
nd 5878 wireless transmitters have not been
evaluated by ETL. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide






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Mechanics of Programming
Mechanics of ProgrammingMechanics of Programming
Mechanics of Programming



Navigating Menus
Navigating MenusNavigating Menus
Navigating Menus



Touch
TouchTouch
Touch-
--
-screen
screenscreen
screen

Display
DisplayDisplay
Display


The LYRIC Controller’s Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
touch-screen displays variable icons and text on “
screens”.
The screen displays status icons and associated tex
t, the current time and date, system status informa
tion and
menu choices. The Menu area includes a list of comm
ands, or choices that apply to the current selectio
n. The
status area provides information about various syst
em events and a colored bar also provides an indica
tion of
system status. A “Home Screen” is displayed wheneve
r power is applied to the system. In addition, the
Home
Function key is lit Green when the system is ready
or flashes when it is not. When the system is armed
the Home
Function key is lit Red.

lyric-009-V2
Ready To Arm - Chime
Notices
Automation
Settings
Video
Smart Scenes
66F
Mostly Sunny
5-Day Forecast
December 31, 2014
Security
12:00PM

L
LL
Lyric
yricyric
yric

Controller
ControllerController
Controller



Key
KeyKey
Key

Description
DescriptionDescription
Description


Panic key
Panic key Panic key
Panic key -
--
-

Initiates panic alarm options when selected for 4
seconds.


Home key
Home key Home key
Home key -
--
-

Used to exit from a screen or return to the home s
creen











Keypad Lockout
Keypad LockoutKeypad Lockout
Keypad Lockout


In the event that 24 numeric keys (0-9) have been e
ntered within a 15-minute window and a valid comman
d is
not executed, the system stops processing additiona
l numeric key presses for a period of 15 minutes. E
ntering
any numerical keys during that period will cause th
e control to emit a single long beep. CID Code 461
Wrong
Code Entry will be entered in the Event Log and tra
nsmitted to the Central Station. When the 15-minute
lockout
window expires, a Restore message is sent to the Ce
ntral Station and entered into the Event Log. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Mechanics of Programming
Mechanics of ProgrammingMechanics of Programming
Mechanics of Programming

(Continued)
(Continued)(Continued)
(Continued)



Navigation Keys
Navigation KeysNavigation Keys
Navigation Keys


Navigating through the screens is accomplished by l
ightly touching the icons or menu items on the touc
h-
screen. Once activated, the controller advances to
the next screen. Selecting the “Home” (cancel) key
or the “


key will return you to the previous screen at any t
ime unless System Programming mode is active. By to
uching
(selecting) an icon or key the system, depending on
the function, advances to another screen, toggles
between
options or scrolls through multiple options that ca
n be selected. The system provides a prompt when a
specific
input is required.
Note:
Note: Note:
Note:

You may find it convenient to adjust the volume se
tting before entering the Program Mode. This will
allow you to clearly hear the feedback announcement
s or system beeps from the system’s built-in
speaker. To adjust the volume, select “Settings” on
the Home screen. Adjust the volume using the slide

displayed on the Settings screen and then select “S
ave” to accept.



Home Screen
Home ScreenHome Screen
Home Screen


System Status is displayed at the top of screen. In
addition to the system status, the Home Screen dis
plays the
current date and time and Security, Automation, Vid
eo, Smart Scenes, Notices Settings and Help Videos
icons
on two pages. When Total Connect Services are conne
cted and web content is enabled, the current weathe
r
forecast and a 5-Day Forecast button are displayed.
Selectable options are displayed on two pages. Sel
ect the
“>” and “
” key to exit the current screen.
2. Select the “

” key again to return to the Security Screen
3. Select the “

” key again OR select the Home button to return to
the Home Screen.

Upgrade Lyric Controller Firmware
Upgrade Lyric Controller FirmwareUpgrade Lyric Controller Firmware
Upgrade Lyric Controller Firmware


1. Enter Installer Programming mode, then select “Up
date Firmware”.
2. After a brief delay, if an update is available,
a popup screen is displayed.
3. Select “Yes” to update the Lyric Controller Firm
ware, “No” to cancel the update or “Postpone” to del
ay the
download for six hours.
NOTE:
NOTE: NOTE:
NOTE: If “Postpone” is selected, the popup screen wi
ll be displayed again in six hours.
Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

- 20 -

Zone Response Type Definitions
Zone Response Type DefinitionsZone Response Type Definitions
Zone Response Type Definitions


General Information
General InformationGeneral Information
General Information


During programming, you must assign a zone type to
each zone, which defines the way in which the syste
m
responds to faults in that zone. Zone types are de
fined below.
Type
TypeType
Type

Function
FunctionFunction
Function

Characteristics
CharacteristicsCharacteristics
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, Stay or N
ight
Stay mode.


No entry delay when armed in Stay or Away Instant m
odes.


Exit delay begins regardless of the arming mode sel
ected.

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 Aw
ay
Instant mode.


Exit delay begins regardless of the arming mode sel
ected.

Perimeter
(Burglary)

Usually assigned to all sensors or contacts
on exterior doors and windows



Instant alarm, when armed in Away, Stay, Stay No D
elay,
Night Stay or Away Instant mode.

Interior, Follower

Usually assigned to a zone covering an area
(i.e.: foyer, lobby, or hallway) that must be
passed upon entry (after faulting the
entry/exit zone) to reach the keypad.
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 through an unprotected area.



Delayed alarm (using the programmed entry/exit tim
e) if
entry/exit or interior-with-delay zone is faulted f
irst.


Instant alarm in all other situations.


Active when armed in Away or Away Instant mode.


Bypassed automatically when armed in Stay, Night St
ay 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, Night Sta
y , Stay
Instant, or Away Instant (night) mode.


Provides a latched trouble sounding from the keypad
and, if
desired, a Central Station report when disarmed (da
y).

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 Sta
tion
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.)

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 arme
d in the
Away, Stay, Stay No Delay, Night Stay, or Away Inst
ant mode.



Report sent to the Central Station.

Local Alarm

Usually assigned to a zone containing an
Emergency button (audible emergency).



Follows sounder timeout.


Provides alarm sounds at the keypad.


No reports to the Central Station.

Interior with Delay


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

Bypassed when the
controller is armed in the Stay or Stay Instant
mode.



Entry delay #1 (with programmed entry time) when ar
med in
the Away mode.


Entry delay begins whenever sensors in this zone ar
e
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.

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. (Pulse Temporal 4).

Trouble

Used with Other response type.



The system will provide a trouble sounding from the
keypad
(and a Central Station report, if desired).

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 (Temporal Fire) when this zo
ne type is
alarmed.
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Zone Response Type Definitions
Zone Response Type DefinitionsZone Response Type Definitions
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Type
TypeType
Type

Function
FunctionFunction
Function

Charact
CharactCharact
Characteristics
eristicseristics
eristics

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
cannot be used with heat detectors,
combination heat/smoke detectors or fire
pull stations. This zone type is always active
and cannot be bypassed.



Alarm sound will pulse (Temporal Fire) when this zo
ne type is
alarmed and the alarm has been verified.


System verifies alarm by delaying reporting and ala
rm
sounding for 30 seconds after alarm is detected. If
the zone
remains faulted after 30 seconds a fire alarm is pr
ovided. If
any other fire zone is faulted during the 30 second
delay
window a fire alarm is immediately provided for tha
t zone.
An alarm for original fire zone will also be provid
ed, if that
zone is still faulted. If there are no fire alarms
after the 30
second delay expires, the system will open a 60 sec
ond
window. If any fire zone is faulted during that win
dow a fire
alarm will immediately be provided for that zone.

Arm–Stay

Special-purpose zone type used with 5800
and SiX Series wireless keys.



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
and SiX Series wireless keys.



System is armed in the Away mode when the zone is
activated.

Disarm

Special-purpose zone type used with 5800
and SiX Series wireless keys.



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 and no display on scree
n.


System can still be armed.
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 o
ne-time
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 z
one
announcement when faulted.


Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on
LCD.


System re-triggers audible sounding every ten secon
ds until
acknowledged.

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 z
one
announcement when faulted.


Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on
LCD.


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 z
one
announcement when faulted.


Activity Zone No. and Zone Descriptor displayed on
LCD.


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


Fault/Restore events are not logged by the system.

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, Stay or Night Stay
mode.


No Entry Delay when armed in Away or Stay Instant m
odes.


System can be armed with zone in the faulted state.
When the
zone is closed it will automatically be inclusive w
ithin
protection points. If the point is subsequently vio
lated, it will
initiate an alarm.
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 autom
atic
“Garage Door” Open/Close status.


Will not initiate an alarm condition on the control
ler.


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



Does not report alarms to Central Station.


Zone will chime if enabled.


System can be armed if this zone type is in fault.

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System OperationSystem Operation
System Operation


Key/Touchscreen
Key/TouchscreenKey/Touchscreen
Key/Touchscreen

Operation
OperationOperation
Operation


The touchscreen icons allows the user to arm and di
sarm the system, and perform other system functions
, such
as bypassing zones. Zone and system conditions (ala
rm, trouble, bypass) are displayed on the LCD. When
an
alarm occurs, the console and external sounder (if
installed) will sound, and the zone(s) in alarm wil
l be
displayed. Pressing any key will silence the keypad
sounder for 10 seconds (only once). Disarming the s
ystem
will silence both console and external sounders. W
hen 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 selecting the Disarm button and
entering the Security Code. The console also featur
es
chime annunciation, and three panic key icons for s
ilent, audible, fire or personal emergency alarms.
These keys
can notify the Central Station of an alarm conditio
n, if that service is connected.
Panic Key
Panic KeyPanic Key
Panic Key/Icons
/Icons/Icons
/Icons


There are four panic icons that are displayed (if p
rogrammed) when the “Panic” key is selected for
approximately four seconds. The panic key screen w
ill timeout if a selection is not made within ten s
econds.
The keys can be used to manually initiate alarms an
d send a report to the Central Station. Each can be

individually programmed for 24-hour silent, audible
, personal or fire emergency responses. The panic f
unction is
activated when the respective keys is pressed. The
panic functions are identified by the system as fol
lows:
Zone
ZoneZone
Zone

Function
FunctionFunction
Function

995

Fire Emergency

996

Medical Emergency

998

Local Alarm

999

Police Emergency
Important:
Important:Important:
Important: For the silent panic functions to be of
practical value, the system must be connected to a
Central
Station.
Security Codes
Security CodesSecurity Codes
Security Codes


Installer Code
Installer CodeInstaller Code
Installer Code



The installer programs the 4-digit Installer Code i
nitially as part of the programming procedure. The
factory default Installer Code is 4
44
4-
--
-1
11
1-
--
-1
11
1-
--
-2
22
2, but may be changed in the Installer Code program
ming field.
The Installer Code is the only code that allows ent
ry into Installer Programming mode.
Master Code
Master CodeMaster Code
Master Code


In normal operation mode,

the Master (Security) Code is used to enter the 4-
digit User Security Codes and enter
the Master User Tools Menu mode.
E
EE
Enter/
nter/nter/
nter/Change
Change Change
Change the Master
the Master the Master
the Master Code
CodeCode
Code

b
bb
by I
y Iy I
y Installer
nstallernstaller
nstaller.
. .
.




The factory default Master Code for the Lyric Contr
oller is set to 1-2-3-4. The Master Code is used t
o enter the
4-digit User Security Codes.


SCREEN
SCREENSCREEN
SCREEN

ACTION
ACTIONACTION
ACTION

Ready To Ar m - Chime
lyric-018-V2
Voice Command
Advanced
WiFi Config
Back
Keypad
Date Time
Users
Reminders
Events

1. After entering the User Tools/Programming Menu, s
elect the
“Users” icon on the User Menu screen. The system di
splays the
User Code Programming screen.
2. Select “Master”, then select “Edit”.
3. Enter a new 4-digit Master (Security) Code on th
e displayed
keypad. The system displays the new code on the lef
t side of the
screen.
4. Select “Done” when you are finished.
5. The system returns to the Master Code Programming
screen.
Secondary User Codes
Secondary User CodesSecondary User Codes
Secondary User Codes


In normal operation mode, the Master (Security) Cod
e can be used to assign up to 46 secondary 4-digit
security
codes, including a Guest Code and a Duress Code. T
he Master Code can also be used to individually rem
ove
secondary codes from the system. Refer to the Lyric
Controller User Manual for additional information.

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System Operation

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Reset Master Code
Reset Master CodeReset Master Code
Reset Master Code




1.

After Entering the Installer Programming Mode, sele
ct “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 “12
34”.
3.

If confirmed, the Master Code will be reset back t
o “1-2-3-4”. This will be logged in the System Even
t Log as
“User: 1 Reset Master Code, E655”. The system retur
ns to the second page of the Installer Programming
Tools menu.
OR
If the reset failed, the system will display: “Com
mand Failed. Unable to Reset Master Code”. This wil
l only
occur if the code 1-2-3-4 has been assigned to anot
her User in the panel.
Security Code Notes
Security Code NotesSecurity Code Notes
Security Code Notes


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


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


The Guest Code can disarm the system only if it wa
s used to arm it. In addition, the Guest Code
cannot disarm the system if it was armed by pressin
g and holding a Quick-Arm button.


Duress code sends a special code to the Central St
ation 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 secondary user codes are se
nt as User No. 2 and 3-48 respectively, in
Contact ID® format (with the appropriate user numbe
r).

Important Security Notice
Important Security NoticeImportant Security Notice
Important Security Notice


Please inform the User about the security importanc
e of their wireless key (key fob), and what to do
if it is lost.
Explain that the wireless key is similar to their k
eys or access card. If lost or stolen, another pers
on
can compromise their security system. They should i
mmediately notify the Dealer/Installer of a lost
or stolen wireless key. The Dealer/Installer will t
hen remove the wireless key programming from the
security system.
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System Operation

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System
SystemSystem
System

Displays
DisplaysDisplays
Displays


The following icons will be displayed on the Home s
creen along with specific zone status information (
if
applicable) to indicate system status.
DISPLAY
DISPLAYDISPLAY
DISPLAY

DEFINITION
DEFINITIONDEFINITION
DEFINITION


DISPLAY
DISPLAYDISPLAY
DISPLAY

DEFINITION
DEFINITIONDEFINITION
DEFINITION


DISPLAY
DISPLAYDISPLAY
DISPLAY

DEFINITION
DEFINITIONDEFINITION
DEFINITION


AC Loss



901 Expansion
Module Tamper


Temperature


Alarm
(Intrusion)



950 Comm.
Trouble



Other


Ready To Arm



988 RF Jam
(5800 Series
Wireless Device)


Automation
Icon
(Z-Wave Node
Failure OR Z-
Wave Controller
Not Ready)


Armed Away



990 RF Jam
(SiX Series
Wireless Device)


Garage Door
Open


Armed Stay



998 Local
Alarm



Wi-Fi source
present and
signal strength


Armed Night
Stay


Door Open



No Wi-Fi
source


Armed Custom


Window Open





Restart Timer



Fire
OR
Heat Sensor



Battery Low



Environmental



Bypassed
Zones



Flood



CO Alarm



Glass Break



Reporter
Failure



Medical Alarm



Low Batt
850 Keypad



Keypad


900 Cover
Tamper



Motion



Zone Status Displays
Zone Status DisplaysZone Status Displays
Zone Status Displays


The icons associated with the programmed zones are
displayed on the Zones screen. The icon’s color
indicates the zone status (i.e.; yellow icon indica
tes the zone is faulted and a red icon indicate the
zone
is in alarm). In addition a bypass icon is displaye
d alongside the icon for a bypassed zone.
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Audio Alarm Verification (Two
Audio Alarm Verification (TwoAudio Alarm Verification (Two
Audio Alarm Verification (Two-
--
-Way Voice Feature)
Way Voice Feature)Way Voice Feature)
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 p
olice and fire departments. All Lyric Controllers a
re capable
of supporting the Two-Way Voice feature. The Lyric
Controller does not make system announcements when
the
Two-Way Voice feature is active.
If a Wi-Fi connection is being used for Two-Way Voi
ce (AAV), sufficient bandwidth must be available.


AAV requires a continuous Wi-Fi upload/download ba
ndwidth of 90kbps for proper operation.


Wi-Fi bandwidth less than 90kbps may result in deg
raded performance.
Activation
ActivationActivation
Activation



Fire and CO alarms will
Fire and CO alarms will Fire and CO alarms will
Fire and CO alarms will prevent the
prevent the prevent the
prevent the Lyric
Lyric Lyric
Lyric Controller
ControllerController
Controller

from sta
from stafrom sta
from starting
rting rting
rting an AAV session. A new Fire or
an AAV session. A new Fire or an AAV session. A new Fire or
an AAV session. A new Fire or
CO alarm will end an AAV session that is in progres
s.
CO alarm will end an AAV session that is in progres
s.
CO alarm will end an AAV session that is in progres
s.
CO alarm will end an AAV session that is in progres
s.


The controller sends the “alarm message” followed b
y a “Listen-in-to-Follow message” (Contact ID® code
606)
to the Central Station. The Listen-in-to-Follow mes
sage causes the Central Station’s digital receiver
to
temporarily hold the phone line for approximately 1
minute. When the controller 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 controller
transmits
a beep acknowledgment to the Central Station, once
per second. The beep alternates between two tones a
nd
indicates that the controller is waiting for a sess
ion command from the Central Station operator. Onc
e a
command is issued the beep acknowledgement is disco
ntinued, however, if a command is not issued within
two
minutes the system will “time out” and the call wil
l be terminated.
Operator Commands
Operator CommandsOperator Commands
Operator Commands
The Central Station operator begins the session, wh
ich last 5 minutes, by entering one of the valid AA
V
commands shown in the table below. The session may
be extended 5 minutes, without changing the operati
ng
mode, by pressing the [7] key on the touch-tone pho
ne. Selecting another operating mode also resets t
he
session an additional 5 minutes. During the last m
inute of the 5 minute, session, the controller gene
rates two
beeps every 30 seconds to alert the Central Station
operator that the session is about to time out. Th
e Central
Station operator may then extend the session by pre
ssing the [7] key on the touch-tone phone. If the
session is
not extended, the phone line is disconnected and th
e session is ended. Sessions may be ended at any ti
me by
pressing the [9] key on the touch-tone phone. The
AAV modes are described as follows:
Note:
Note: Note:
Note: When entering AAV commands make sure the Cent
ral Station receiver has been disconnected
from the phone line, otherwise AAV commands may not
go through.
Key
KeyKey
Key

Function
FunctionFunction
Function
1

Talk Mode: Pressing the [1] key on the touch tone p
hone, enables one-way voice communication
from the Central Sation to the violated premises, a
nd allows the operator to communicate through
the controller’s built-in speaker. In this mode the
controller’s Panic button is lit Red and the Home
button is alternately lit Red and Green.
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 via the controller’s built-in
speaker and microphone. In this mode the controller
’s Panic button is lit Red and the Home button is
alternately lit Red and Green.
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 i
s the start up default mode of the voice feature an
d
allows the operator to listen through the controlle
r microphone. This mode does not affect the existin
g
LED pattern.
7

Extends the session 5 minutes without changing its
operating mode.
9

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Event Log
Event LogEvent Log
Event Log


The Lyric Controller Series event log is capable of
recording and displaying up to 6,000 system events
. These
events are stored locally in the controller, in chr
onological order, and transmitted to the Central St
ation. When
the maximum number of events is reached in the Even
t Log, the system will overwrite the oldest event f
irst. The
type of events that can be recorded is selectable a
nd is programmed in the System Type programming fie
ld.
The event log can be reviewed by entering the Insta
ller Programming or Master User Programming mode and
selecting “Events”. Refer to the Lyric Controller U
ser Manual for additional information. The Events a
nd CID
Codes displayed vary according to the options that
are programmed. The tables below provide definition
s of
the events/codes that may be transmitted to the Cen
tral Station and/or displayed by the controller.
Note:
Note:Note:
Note: In the unlikely condition that the backup bat
tery becomes fully discharged when AC power is lost
, any system activity
performed after the low battery notification will n
ot be saved in the event log. Additionally, the con
troller will revert to
the status condition as before the low battery noti
fication.



Contact
Contact Contact
Contact ID
IDID
ID
®
®®
®


Event
Event Event
Event Log
Log Log
Log Codes
CodesCodes
Codes
CID
CID CID
CID
Code
CodeCode
Code

Definition
DefinitionDefinition
Definition

Event Log Disp
Event Log DispEvent Log Disp
Event Log Display
laylay
lay

110

Alarm,
Fire

Fire

121

Alarm,
Duress

Duress

122

Alarm,
Silent

Silent

123

Alarm,
Audible

Audible

131

Alarm, Perimeter

Perimeter

132

Alarm, Interior

Interior

134

Alarm, Entry/Exit

Entry/Exit

135

Alarm,
Day/Night

Day

/

Night

137

Alarm
,
Tamper

Tamper

145

Expansion Module Tamper

Exp

Module Tamper

146

Silent Burglary

Silent Burglary

150

24
-
Hour
Non
-
Burglary

24 H
r Non
-
Burglary

162

Carbon Monoxide
Detect
ed

CO

Detected

301

Trouble, AC Loss

AC Loss

302

Trouble, Low System Battery

System Low
Batt
ery

305

Trouble, System Reset

System Reset

308

System shutdown

System shutdown

316

System Tamper
*

System Tamper

341

Trouble, Case Tamper

Cover Tam
per

344

Trouble, RF Receiver Jam Detect

RF Jam Detect

350

Long Range Radio Reset

Long Range Radio Reset

353

Trouble, Long Range Radio Transmitter Fault

Comm. Trouble

354

Failure to Communicate Event

Failure to Communicate Event

373

Trouble, Fire Trouble

Fire
Trouble

374

Trouble, Exit Error Alarm

Exit
Error Alarm

380

Trouble, Sensor

Sensor
Trouble

381

Trouble, Loss of Supervision RF

Superv Loss
-
RF

383

Trouble, Se
nsor Tamper

Sensor Tamper

384

RF Low Battery

RF Low Battery

385

Trouble
,

Smoke
Detector
Hi
gh Sensitivity

Smoke
detector
Hi
gh

s
ens.

38
6

Trouble
,

Smoke
Detector
Low

Sensitivity

Smoke
detector Low sens.

401

Open/Close by User

Arm Away/Disarmed

403

Op
en/Close Automatic

Automatic O/C

(or Scheduled Arming)

406

Cancel

Cancel

407

Remote Arm/Disarm

Remote Arm/Disarm

408

Quick Arm

Quick
Arm Away

441

Armed Stay

Arm Stay/Disarmed

455

Auto
-
Arm Failed


Auto
-
Arm
Failed

459

Recent Close

Recent Clos
ing

461

Wrong Code Entry

Wrong Code Entry

570

Zone/Sensor Bypass


Zone Bypass

601

Manual Trigger Test Report

Manual Trigger Test Report




*With APL enabled, AlarmNet 360 will generate a spe
cial comm. fail message (E316) if it does not hear
from a unit within 15
minutes after a delayed alarm is delivered. This me
ssage is meant to alert the Central Station that th
e system has been
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Contact
Contact Contact
Contact ID
IDID
ID®
®®
®

Event
Event Event
Event Log
Log Log
Log Codes
CodesCodes
Codes



CID
CID CID
CID
Code
CodeCode
Code
Definition
DefinitionDefinition
Definition
Event Log Display
Event Log DisplayEvent Log Display
Event Log Display


602

P
eriodic Test Report


Periodic test report

606

Listen
-
in to follow


Listen
-
In


607

Walk Test

Walk Test Mode

623

Event 90% Full


Event Log 90% Full

627

Program Mode Entry

Program mode entry

628

Program Mode Exit

Program mode exit

654

System Inactivity


System Inactivity

655

Reset Master Code

User Code

759

Resident Monitor Zone Response


Resident Monitor

760

Resident Response Zone Response

Resident Response

761

General Monitor Zone Response

General Monitor

762

General Response Zone Response

Gen
eral Response

1401

Local Alarm

Local Alarm

3000

Binary Switch Off

Switch Off

(Z
-
Wave Device)

3001

Binary Switch On

Switch On

(Z
-
Wave Device)

3100

Multi Level Switch Change Level (Off)

Multilevel Switch Off

(Z
-
Wave Device)

3101

Multi Level Switch Chan
ge Level (On)

Multilevel Switch On

(Z
-
Wave Device)

3200

Garage Door Close

Garage Door Close

3201

Garage Door Open

Garage Door Open

3300

Door Lock Unlocked

Door Unlocked (Z
-
Wave Device)

3301

Door Lock Locked

Door Locked (Z
-
Wave Device)

3302

Door Lock
Jammed

Lock Jammed (Z
-
Wave Device)

3400

Thermostat Mode Off

Thermostat Mode
off

3401

Thermostat Mode Heat

Thermostat Mode
heat

3402

Thermostat Mode Cool

Thermostat Mode
cool

3403

Thermostat Mode Auto

Thermostat Mode
auto

3404

Therm
ostat Mode Aux /Em Heat

Thermostat Mode
aux
/
em
Heat

3405

Thermostat Fan Mode Auto

Thermostat Fan Mode
auto

3406

Thermostat Fan Mode Manual On

Thermostat Fan Mode
manual
on

3407

Thermostat Fan Mode Circulate

Thermostat Fan Mode
circulate

3408

Thermostat Set Heat Point

Thermostat Set
heat
point

3409

Thermostat Set Cool Point

Thermostat Set
cool
point

3410

Thermostat Hold

Thermostat
hold

3411

Thermostat No Scheduli
ng

Thermostat
no
scheduling

3412

Thermostat Normal Mode

Thermostat
normal
mode

3500

Low Battery

Low Battery (Z
-
Wave Device)

3501

Low Battery Restore

Low Battery Restore (Z
-
Wave Device)

4000

Voice Command Success

Displays Variabl
e Voice Command Text

4001

Voice Command Failed

Displays Variable Voice Command Text

4002

Voice Trigger Success

Displays Variable Voice
Trigger

Text

4003

Voice Trigger Fail

Displays Variable Voice
Trigger

Text

5000

Critical Panel
Firmware
Update Downloa
ded

Critical Panel Update Downloaded




Central Station Messages
Central Station MessagesCentral Station Messages
Central Station Messages


The following Contact ID messages are sent by the C
ontroller’s cellular or Wi-Fi devices for the condi
tions listed.
Alarm Condition
Alarm ConditionAlarm Condition
Alarm Condition

Alarm Code
Alarm CodeAlarm Code
Alarm Code

Restore Code
Restore CodeRestore Code
Restore Code

Powe
r On / Reset

E339

00

950


Primary Communication Path Supervision

E350

C0

951

R350

C0

951

Secondary Communication Path Supervision

E350

C0

952

R350

C0

952

Communications Failure

E359 00 950

R359 00 950

Communications Failure Reminder

P359 00 950


New R
egistration

E360 00 000


Authorized Substitution Registration

E361 00 000


Unauthorized Substitution Registration

E362 00 000


Test

5555

55

559


Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Testing the System
Testing the SystemTesting the System
Testing the System


TO THE INSTALLER
TO THE INSTALLERTO THE INSTALLER
TO THE INSTALLER


Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annual
ly) by the installer and frequent testing by the us
er are
vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any a
larm system.
The installer should assume the responsibility of d
eveloping and offering a regular maintenance progra
m to
the user as well as acquainting the user with the p
roper operation and limitations of the alarm system
and its
component parts. Recommendations must be included f
or a specific program of frequent testing (at least

weekly) to ensure the system’s proper operation at
all times.

Test Mode
Test ModeTest Mode
Test Modes
ss
s


The “Test” button provides access to the following
functions and test modes:
Option
OptionOption
Option

Function
FunctionFunction
Function


Walk Test

Refer to the User Manual for additional information

RF Sniffer Test

Refer to the Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077) for a
dditional information.
Go-No-Go Test

Refer to the Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077) for a
dditional information.
Diagnostics

Provides access to the Reboot Feature. Refer to the
paragraph in this section for additional
information regarding this feature.
Zone Discovery

Provides access to the Zone Discovery mode. Refer to
the paragraph in this section for
additional information regarding the Zone Discovery
feature.
Install Cell
User feature that allow the Master User to install
or replace a Communications Module.
Refer to the User Guide (p/n 800-18078) for additio
nal information.
System
Information
System Information is displayed. Select OK to retur
n to the previous screen.
Install Backup
Battery
User feature that allow the Master User to replace
the backup battery. Refer to the User
Guide (p/n 800-18078) for additional information.
Testing the System
Testing the SystemTesting the System
Testing the System


After installation is completed, the security syste
m should be carefully tested, as follows:
1. With the system in the disarmed state, check tha
t all zones are intact. If the “ready” LED or “Home
” button
is not lit, select the Zones icon to display the fa
ulted zone(s). If necessary, restore faulted zone(s
) so that
the “ready” LED or “Home” button lights. Fault and
restore every sensor individually to assure that it
is
being monitored by the system.
Armed System Test
Armed System TestArmed System Test
Armed System Test


Alarm messages will be sent to the Central Station
during the following tests 1 and 2.

Notify the
Notify theNotify the
Notify the

Central
Central Central
Central
Station
Station Station
Station in advance that tests will be in progress.
in advance that tests will be in progress.in advance that tests will be in progress.
in advance that tests will be in progress.


1. Arm the system and fault one or more zones. Afte
r 15 seconds (if optional Alarm Report Delay is sel
ected),
silence alarm sounder(s) by disarming the system. C
heck entry/exit delay zones.
2. Check the keypad-initiated alarms that are in th
e system by selecting the Panic key. If the system h
as been
programmed for audible emergency, the keypad will e
mit a steady alarm sound, and “ALARM” and zone
number will be displayed. Silence the alarm by ente
ring the Security Code.
If the system has been programmed for silent emerge
ncy, there will be no audible alarms or displays, b
ut a
report will be sent to the Central Station.
3. Notify the Central Station when all tests are fi
nished, and verify results with them.
4. To test the wireless part of the system and the
RF receiver, perform the two additional tests descr
ibed in
the Programming Guide (p/n 800-18077): Sniffer mode
and Go/No Go Test.
Note:
Note: Note:
Note:

System Test mode and Go/No Go Test will be automat
ically terminated after 3-1/2 to 4 hours if the
installer or user does not manually terminate it. T
his ensures that fire and panic zones will not rema
in
disabled. However, Sniffer mode does not automatica
lly expire. You must manually exit Sniffer mode by
selecting the Home key and entering the Master Code
, to return to normal operation. During the final 5

minutes the system will emit double beeps indicatin
g that the end of Test mode is nearing. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide





- 29 -

Testing the System
Testing the SystemTesting the System
Testing the System

(Continued)
(Continued)(Continued)
(Continued)


Zone Discovery
Zone DiscoveryZone Discovery
Zone Discovery

Mode
ModeMode
Mode



Zone Discovery mode require
Zone Discovery mode requireZone Discovery mode require
Zone Discovery mode requires Installer supervision
when in use. The system is not fully operational
s Installer supervision when in use. The system is
not fully operational
s Installer supervision when in use. The system is
not fully operational
s Installer supervision when in use. The system is
not fully operational
for fire or life safety while Zone Discovery Mode i
s active.
for fire or life safety while Zone Discovery Mode i
s active.
for fire or life safety while Zone Discovery Mode i
s active.
for fire or life safety while Zone Discovery Mode i
s active.


Zone discovery mode can be used to remotely view al
l zones that have been programmed in the system for

operation. The zones must have a response type prog
rammed. All programmed zones will be displayed.
Enter Zone Discovery
Enter Zone DiscoveryEnter Zone Discovery
Enter Zone Discovery


1. With the System in the Installer Programming mod
e, select the “Test” button and then select the “Zo
ne
Discovery” button. The “Zone Discovery” button will
be highlighted indicating that the mode is active.

Exit Zone Discovery
Exit Zone DiscoveryExit Zone Discovery
Exit Zone Discovery


1.

Select the Home key and enter the Master Code. 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 be
eps once and returns to the home screen.
Rebooting the System
Rebooting the SystemRebooting the System
Rebooting the System


The Reboot function allows you to restart the syste
m if required. To reboot the system perform the fol
lowing:
1. With the System in the Installer Programming mod
e, select the “Test” button and then select the
“Diagnostics” button.
2. The system advances to the next screen. Select t
he “Reboot” button. A confirmation screen appears.
3. Select “Yes”. The system will restart.
Note:
Note:Note:
Note: After the reboot sequence is complete it is
recommended that you perform a “Walk Test” to verif
y that
all transmitters are operational in the system.
.
Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

- 30 -

Programmin
ProgramminProgrammin
Programming Default
g Default g Default
g Default Values
ValuesValues
Values


Program Function
Program FunctionProgram Function
Program Function


Default Value
Default ValueDefault Value
Default Value



Program Function
Program FunctionProgram Function
Program Function


Default Value
Default ValueDefault Value
Default Value


Installer Code
4112

Test
Enabled
System Type


Test Restore
Enabled
RF Jam
RF Jam Log

Bypass
Enabled
RF House Code
0

Bypass Restore
Enabled
Events - Log All
Press to Log All

AC Loss
Enabled
Events - Log Alarm
Enabled

AC Loss Restore
Enabled

Events - Log Bypass
Enabled

Low Battery
Enabled
Events - Log Open/Close
Enabled

Low Battery Restor
e
Enabled
Events - Log Trouble
Enabled

RF Low Battery
Enable
d
Non Security
Enabled

RF Low Battery Restore
Enabled
Remote Access Serial
Disabled

Options
Multi Mode Serial
Disabled

Number of Reports
2 Rep
orts
Date Time


Alarm Report Delay
30 Sec.
Calendar
January 1, 2013

First Report Offset
6 Hrs
Enter Time
12:00 PM

Report Frequency
Never
Time Zone
Eastern (EST)

Sounder

Day Light Savings time
Yes

Burglary Alarm Sound
Ye
s
Start Month
March

Burglary Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
Start Week
Second

Fire Bell Timeout
4 Minutes
End Month
November

Arm Confirm
RF Key fob
End Week
First

System Settings

Communicator


Entry Delay 1
30 Seconds
Communications Path
WiFi

Entry Delay 2
30 Seconds
APL
Enabled

Exit Delay
60 Seconds
City ID
Blank

Backlight Timeout
No
CS ID
Blank

Quick Arm
Yes
Sub ID
Blank

Quick Exit
Yes
Supervision
30 Days

Restart Exit Time
Yes
Old Alarm Time
10 Minutes

Force Bypass
No
Remote Acc. Comm.
Disabled

Exit Warning
Yes
Multi Mode Comm.
Disabled

Auto Stay Arming
Yes
WiFi Fault Time (min)
00

Lack Of Usage Notify
Disa
bled
Use DHCP
Yes

Power-Up In Previous
Yes
NIC IP Address
255.255.255.255

Display Alarm Cance
l
Yes
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.255

Display Exit Time
Yes
Gateway IP Address
255.255.255.255

(A) Cross Zone
Delay
None
DNS Server IP Address
255.255.255.255

(A) Cross Zo
ne 1
Disabled
Cellular Fault Time
60

(A) Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Cellular Rollover
No

(B) Cross Zone Delay
None
Cellular 24 Hour Test
No

(B) Cross Zone 1
Disabled

Zones
(See Zone Programming Default Configuration)

(B) Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Keys
(See Zone Programming Default Configuration)

(C) Cross Zone Delay
None
Reporter


(C) Cross Zone 1
Disabled
Report Selection

(C) Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Arm Away
Enabled

(D) Cross Zone Delay
None
Arm Stay
Enabled

(D) Cross Zone 1
Disabled
Disarm
Enabled

(D) Cross Zone 2
Disabled
Exit Error
Enabled

Z-Wave

Recent Closing
Enabled

Z-Wave
Enabled
Event Log Full
Enabled

Temperature
Fahrenheit
Trouble
Enabled

Language

Trouble Restore
Enabled

Installer Language
English

Alarm Restore
Enabled

User Language
English
Alarm Cancel
Enabled

RF Keypad
(See Zone Programming Default Configuration) Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide







- 31 -
Programming Default
Programming Default Programming Default
Programming Default Values
ValuesValues
Values

(Continued)
(Continued)(Continued)
(Continued)

Zone Assignment/Alarm
Zone Assignment/Alarm Zone Assignment/Alarm
Zone Assignment/Alarm Response Types
Response TypesResponse Types
Response Types


Zone
Number

Loop
Number

Device Type

Response Type

Alarm
Report

Chime

Supervision

Arm
Night

Zone Descriptor

1

---

New

Not Used

Yes

Disabled

E
nd of Line

n/a

n/a

2

---

New

Not Used

Yes

Disabled

End of Line

n/a

n/a

3

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes

Standard

Supervised

n/a

Front

4

2

Door

Entry Exit 1

Yes

Standard

Supervised

n/a

Back

5

2

Window

Perimeter

Yes

Standard

Supervised

n/a

n/a

6

1

Motion Sensor

Interior With Delay

Yes

Disabled

Supervised

No

n/a

127

1

New

Not Used

No

Standard

Su
pervised

n/a

Main

128

1

New

Not Used

No

Standard

Supervised

n/a

Main

129

1

New

Not Used

No

Standard

Supervised

n/a

Main

130

1

New

Not Used

No

Standard

Supervised

n/a

Main

131

3

Key Fob

Arm Away

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

1
32

2

Key Fob

Disarm

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

133

4

Key Fob

Arm Stay

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

134

1

Key Fob

No Response

No

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

135

3

Key Fob

Arm Away

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

136

2

Key Fob

Disarm

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

137

4

Key Fob

Arm Stay

Yes

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

138

1

Key Fob

No Response

No

Disabled

Button

n/a

n/a

2
80

---

Temperature

Monitor

Ye
s

Disabled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

2
81

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low

Temp

n/a

n/a

2
82

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

283

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low Temp

n/a

n/a

284

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disa
bled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

285

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low Temp

n/a

n/a

286

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

287

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low Temp

n/a

n/a

288

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

289

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low Temp

n/a

n/a

290

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

High Temp

n/a

n/a

291

---

Temperature

Monitor

Yes

Disabled

Low Temp

n/a

n/a

850

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/
a

851

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

852

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

853

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

854

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

855

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

856

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

857

---

Keypad

n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

9
95

---

Fire

Fire No Verification

Yes

Disabled

Panic Trigger

n/a

n/a

996

---

Medical

Not Used

Yes

Disabled

Panic Trigger

n/a

n/a

998

---

Local Alarm

L
ocal Alarm

Yes

Disabled

Panic Trigger

n/a

n/a

999

---

Police

24
-
Hour Silent

Yes

Disabled

Panic Trigger

n/a

n/a











Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

- 32 -

Zone Response Type
Zone Response TypeZone Response Type
Zone Response Type

Matrix
MatrixMatrix
Matrix






Device Type
Device TypeDevice Type
Device Type


Response Type
Response Type
Response 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

Local Alarm
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











Flood














x



x











Environmental











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

x

x



SiX
SiXSiX
SiX

Series Device
Series DeviceSeries Device
Series Device

Signal
Signal Signal
Signal Strength
StrengthStrength
Strength


Signal strength for the enrolled SiX Series Devices
is displayed on the Zone Programming Screen for the

individual Zone that is programmed. Signal strength
information is provided below.

Icon
IconIcon
Icon



Description
DescriptionDescription
Description



Signal Strength
Signal StrengthSignal Strength
Signal Strength







Four

Green Bars

Greater than
-
27dBm


Three Green Bars

Greater than
-
45

dBm


Two Green Bars

Greater than
-
63 dBm


One Green Bar

Greater than
-
81 dBm


Four

Red Bar
s

Less than
-
81dBm (below threshold)


NOTE:
NOTE: NOTE:
NOTE:

The threshold for passing the Go/No-Go test is -84
.5dBm. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide







- 33 -
Regulatory Agency Statements
Regulatory Agency StatementsRegulatory Agency Statements
Regulatory Agency Statements








Federal Communications Commission (
Federal Communications Commission (Federal Communications Commission (
Federal Communications Commission (FCC
FCCFCC
FCC)
))
)

Part 15
Part 15Part 15
Part 15


The user shall not make any changes or modification
s to the equipment unless authorized by the Install
ation Instructions or
User's Manual. Unauthorized changes or modificatio
ns could void the user's authority to operate the e
quipment.
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENTCLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT


This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements
and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requ
ires the following
statement for your information:
T his equipment generates and uses radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance
with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause int
erference to radio and television reception. It has
been type tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class B compu
ting device in accordance with the specifications i
n Part 15 of FCC Rules,
which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential install
ation. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cau
se interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by tu
rning the equipment off and on, the user is encoura
ged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following me
asures:

If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor
antenna installed.

Reorient the receiving antenna until interference
is reduced or eliminated.

Move the radio or television receiver away from th
e receiver/control.

Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to
the receiver/control.

Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet
so that it and the radio or television receiver are
on different branch circuits.

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

FCC
FCCFCC
FCC

IC
ICIC
IC

Statement
StatementStatement
Statement




This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and
Industry Canada’s license exempt RSSs. Operation i
s subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not c
ause harmful interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause und
esired operation.
Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles
de la FCC et exempt de licence RSS d’Industrie Can
ada. Son
fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions suivantes:
(1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d' interferenc
es nuisibles. (2) Cet
appareil doit accepter toute interference reçue y c
ompris les interferences causant une reception indé
sirable.

!

RF Exp
RF ExpRF Exp
RF Exposure Warning
osure Warningosure Warning
osure Warning


The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be in
stalled to provide a separation distance of at leas
t 7.8
in (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-loca
ted or operated in conjunction with any other
transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi-tra
nsmitter product procedures.
Mise en Garde
Mise en GardeMise en Garde
Mise en Garde


Exposition aux Frequences Radio:
Exposition aux Frequences Radio:Exposition aux Frequences Radio:
Exposition aux Frequences Radio: L'antenne (s) util
isée pour cet émetteur doit être installée à une
distance de séparation d'au moins 7,8 pouces (20 cm
) de toutes les personnes.






IMPORTANT NOTES
IMPORTANT NOTES IMPORTANT NOTES
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS
ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNASABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS
ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS


If an external cellular radio antenna is used, the
antenna may be installed or replaced ONLY by a prof
essional
installer.
TO THE INSTALLER
TO THE INSTALLERTO THE INSTALLER
TO THE INSTALLER


LYRIC
LYRICLYRIC
LYRIC-
--
-3G/3GC:
3G/3GC: 3G/3GC:
3G/3GC: The external antenna must not exceed a maxi
mum directional gain (including cable loss) of 6.0
dBi at 850 MHz and 2.5 dBi at 1900 MHz. Under no c
onditions may an antenna gain be used that would ex
ceed
the ERP and EIRP power limits as specified in FCC Part
s 22H, 24E and 27, and IC RSS-130, RSS-132, RSS-133
, and
RSS-139.
LYRIC
LYRICLYRIC
LYRIC-
--
-CDMA:
CDMA: CDMA:
CDMA: The external antenna must not exceed a maximu
m directional gain (including cable loss) of 9.3
dBi at 850 MHz and 8.2 dBi at 1900 MHz. Under no co
nditions may an antenna gain be used that would exc
eed
the ERP and EIRP power limits as specified in FCC Part
s 22H, 24E and 27.
LYRICLTE
LYRICLTELYRICLTE
LYRICLTE-
--
-A:
A: A:
A: The external antenna must not exceed a maximum d
irectional gain (including cable loss) of 3.25
dBi at 850 MHz, 5.5 dBi at 1700 MHz and 2.5 dBi at
1900 MHz. Under no conditions may an antenna gain
be
used that would exceed the ERP and EIRP power limits
as specified in FCC Parts 22H, 24E and 27.
LYRICLTE
LYRICLTELYRICLTE
LYRICLTE-
--
-C:
C: C:
C: The external antenna must not exceed a maximum d
irectional gain (including cable loss) of 0.6
dBi at 850 MHz, 5.5 dBi at 1700 MHz and 2.5 dBi at
1900 MHz. Under no conditions may an antenna gain b
e used
that would exceed the ERP and EIRP power limits as s
pecified in IC RSS-130, RSS-132, RSS-133, and RSS-1
39.
LYRICLTE
LYRICLTELYRICLTE
LYRICLTE-
--
-V:
V: V:
V: The external antenna must not exceed a maximum
directional gain (including cable loss) of 7.31
dBi at 780 MHz and 7.35 dBi at 1700 MHz. Under no c
onditions may an antenna gain be used that would ex
ceed
the ERP and EIRP power limits as specified in FCC Part
s 22H, 24E and 27. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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WARNING
WARNINGWARNING
WARNING


THE
THE THE
THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM


While this System is an advanced design security sy
stem, it does not offer guaranteed protection again
st
burglary, fire or other emergency. Any alarm system
, whether commercial or residential, is subject to
compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reas
ons. For example:
• Intruders may gain access through unprotected ope
nings or have the technical sophistication to bypas
s an alarm
sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.
• Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detec
tors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devi
ces will not
work without power. Battery-operated devices will n
ot 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 bloc
ked or reflected by metal before they reach the ala
rm receiver.
Even if the signal path has been recently checked d
uring 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 emerge
ncy button quickly enough.
• While smoke detectors have played a key role in r
educing residential fire deaths in the United State
s, they may not
activate or provide early warning for a variety of
reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according t
o data
published by the Federal Emergency Management Agenc
y. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in
conjunction with this System may not work are as fo
llows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly in
stalled
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 si
de of closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not se
nse 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 sensin
g limitations. No smoke detector can sense every k
ind of fire
every time. In general, detectors may not always wa
rn about fires caused by carelessness and safety ha
zards like
smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, i
mproper 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 ant
icipated, may not provide sufficient warning to all
ow all
occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or de
ath.
• 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 cre
ate multiple
beams of protection, and intrusion can only be dete
cted 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 rang
e of
90° to 105°F (32° to 40°C), the detection performan
ce can decrease.
• Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or ho
rns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if the
y are located
on the other side of closed or partly open doors. I
f warning devices are located on a different level
of the
residence from the bedrooms, then they are less lik
ely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. E
ven persons
who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm
is muffled by noise from a stereo, radio, air cond
itioner or
other appliance, or by passing traffic. Finally, al
arm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hea
ring-
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 li
nes are also subject to compromise by sophisticated
intruders.
• Even if the system responds to the emergency as i
ntended, however, occupants may have insufficient t
ime 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 eq
uipment is
designed to last as long as 10 years, the electroni
c components could fail at any time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functi
oning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequat
e
maintenance. This alarm system should be tested wee
kly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are w
orking
properly. The security keypad (and remote keypad) s
hould be tested as well.
Wireless transmitters (used in some systems) are de
signed to provide long battery life under normal op
erating
conditions. Longevity of batteries may be as much a
s 4 to 7 years, depending on the environment, usage
, and the
specific wireless device being used. External facto
rs such as humidity, high or low temperatures, as w
ell as large
swings in temperature, may all reduce the actual ba
ttery life in a given installation. This wireless s
ystem, however, can
identify a true low battery situation, thus allowin
g time to arrange a change of battery to maintain p
rotection for that
given point within the system.
Installing an alarm system may make the owner eligi
ble for a lower insurance rate, but an alarm system
is not a
substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owne
rs and renters should continue to act prudently in
protecting
themselves and continue to insure their lives and p
roperty.
We continue to develop new and improved protection
devices. Users of 7
alarm systems owe it to themselves and their loved
ones to learn about these developments.
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A
AA
Agency
gencygency
gency

Notices
NoticesNotices
Notices

1. For Residential Burglar Alarm installations with
line security, total exit delay time must not exce
ed 60
seconds. For Burglar Alarm installations without li
ne 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 tech
nician on-site (unattended downloading) is not
permissible for ETL installations.
4. As SIA limits for delay of alarm reporting and s
ounding can exceed UL Standard limits for commercia
l and
residential applications, the following requirement
s per UL681 are provided:
The maximum time that a control unit shall be prog
rammed to delay the transmission of a signal to a
remote monitoring location, or to delay the energiz
ing of a local alarm sounding device to permit the
alarm system user to enter and disarm the system, o
r to arm the system and exit shall not exceed:
a) 60 seconds for a system with standard line sec
urity 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 transmi
t an alarm signal to a remote monitoring location
.



SIA Quick Reference Guide
SIA Quick Reference GuideSIA Quick Reference Guide
SIA Quick Reference Guide





Programming Section
Programming SectionProgramming Section
Programming Section

Feature
FeatureFeature
Feature

Range
RangeRange
Range

Shipp
ShippShipp
Shipping Default
ing Defaulting Default
ing Default

SIA Requirement
SIA RequirementSIA Requirement
SIA Requirement


Installation and Setup Guide or Programming Guide
Installation and Setup Guide or Programming GuideInstallation and Setup Guide or Programming Guide
Installation and Setup Guide or Programming Guide


Reporter
ReporterReporter
Reporter/


Report Selection


Exit Error

Not selectable

Enabled

Enabled
Recent Closing

Not selectable

Enabled

Enabled
Alarm Cancel

Enabled or Disabled

Enabled

Enabled
Repor
ReporRepor
Reporter
terter
ter/Options

Number of
Reports

1 to 6 Reports

2 Reports

2 Reports
Alarm Report
Delay (Abort
Window)

15, 30 and 45 seconds

30 seconds

30 seconds*
System Settings
System SettingsSystem Settings
System Settings

Entry Delay # 1

None, 15, 30, 45, 60 and
90 seconds and 2, 3 or
4 minutes

30 seconds

30 seconds minimum
Entry Delay # 2

None, 15, 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

Yes (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
ZonesZones
Zones

Fire Alarms

Zone Type “Fire with
Verification” must be
selected for Fire Zone
95

Disabled

Disabled
User Guide
User GuideUser Guide
User Guide


User Functions/
User Functions/User Functions/
User Functions/


User Access

Duress

Duress Code is
Programmed by Master
User as User 48

Disabled

Disabled
System Functions/
System Functions/System Functions/
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 Alarm Report Delay (Abor
t Window) should not exceed 1 minute.
** Refer to the User Guide for procedures on Testin
g the System. Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide

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Specifications
SpecificationsSpecifications
Specifications


Lyric
Lyric Lyric
Lyric Controller
ControllerController
Controller

Series
Series Series
Series Residential Burglar and Fire Alarm Control P
anel
Residential Burglar and Fire Alarm Control PanelResidential Burglar and Fire Alarm Control Panel
Residential Burglar and Fire Alarm Control Panel


Physical:
Physical:Physical:
Physical:




Dimensions:


8.5” (216mm) W x 6.65” (169mm) H x 1.3” (33mm) D


Electrical:
Electrical:Electrical:
Electrical:





Voltage Input:
110VAC, 60 Hz/9 Vdc from plug-in 2.
5A power supply
Rechargeable Backup Battery: Nickel-metal hydride
battery pack rated at 7.2 Vdc

(LCP500-4B rated at 1100 mAh)

(LCP500-24B rated at 3700 mAh)
Communication:
Communication:Communication:
Communication:


Formats Supported:
ADEMCO Contact ID® Reporting,

10 characters/sec

SIA/DCS Format, 2225Hz Handshake, Data Tones, 2025
/2235Hz, baud
Hardwire Zone
Hardwire ZoneHardwire Zone
Hardwire Zones
ss
s:
::
:
2K ohms, End of Line Resistor (EOLR), Normally Op
en (N/O) and Normally
Closed (N/C)
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ts














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Contacting Technical SupportContacting Technical Support
Contacting Technical Support





PLEASE, before you call Technical Support
PLEASE, before you call Technical SupportPLEASE, before you call Technical Support
PLEASE, before you call Technical Support, be sure
you:
, be sure you:, be sure you:
, be sure you:




READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!


Check all wiring connections.


Determine that the power supply and/or backup batte
ry are supplying proper voltages.


Verify your programming information where applicabl
e.


Note the proper model number of this product, and t
he 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 f
or us to serve you quickly and effectively.




Technical Support: ..............................
...................................................
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00-323-4576
Technical Support Hours ...........................
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..................................................
...................................................
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Glossary
GlossaryGlossary
Glossary




AES – Advanced Encryption Standard
APL – Advanced Protection Logic



dBM – decibels milliwatt (power ratio)
CDMA - Code Division Multiple Access is a channel a
ccess method used by various radio communication
technologies that allows many users to occupy the s
ame time and frequency allocations in a given band/
space.
DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, which pro
vides a mechanism for allocating IP addresses
dynamically so that addresses can be reused when ho
sts no longer need them.
DNS – Domain Name System, which is a distributed hi
erarchical naming system used to resolve domain nam
es
(e.g., www.yahoo.com) into numerical IP addresses (e
.g., 204.17.25.1).
Ec/Io – Signal to noise ratio of the current channe
l for CDMA (Measured in dB).
Eb/No – Signal to noise ratio of the current channe
l for UTMS (3G) (Measured in dB).
ESN – Electronic Serial Number (32 bit number that
identifies a CDMA device)
Gateway IP Address – A gateway (sometimes called a r
outer) is a computer and/or software used to connec
t
two or more networks (including incompatible networ
ks) 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, whic
h is an international standard for digital mobile p
hone
systems used for cellular communication.
HSDPA – High-Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSPA – High-Speed Packet Access
ICCID – Integrated Circuit Card Identifier (SIM Car
d serial number)
IMEI – International Mobile Equipment Identity numb
er
IP – Internet Protocol
IP Address – A unique number consisting of four part
s separated by periods, sometimes called a "dotted
quad.,"
for example: 204.17.29.11, assigned to every comput
er/workstation connected to the Internet. IP number
s can
be "static" (assigned and unchanging) or "dynamic,"
assigned via DHCP at each and every startup.
ISP – Internet Service Provider
KBPS – Kilobits per second
MAC ID – Media Access Code; located on the module l
abel.
MEID – Mobile Equipment Identifier (56 bit number t
hat identifies a CDMA device)
NIC – Network Interface Card
RSCP – Received Signal Code Power (Ratio of RSSI and
Ec/No)
RSSI – Received Signal Strength Indication
SCID – SIM Card ID
Subnet Mask – A Subnet is a portion of a network th
at 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 us
ed for the subnet address.
UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service
WAC – Wi-Fi Accessory Configuration
WEP – Wired Equivalent Privacy
WPA – Wi-Fi Protected Access
WPS – Wi-Fi Protected Setup





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––


Index
Index Index
Index –
––




24-Hour Silent ....................................
.......................... 22
300-03864-AIO .....................................
....................... 7
300-03866-AIO .....................................
....................... 7
300-04063V1 .......................................
......................... 10
300-04705V1 .......................................
........................ 10
5800 Series Transmitter Loop Numbers ..........14
5800 Series Transmitters ..........................
.............. 13
5802MN ............................................
............................... 13
5804E .............................................
.................................. 13
5816 ..............................................
..................................... 13
5834-4.............................................
................................. 13
5878 ..............................................
.................................... 13
AC Power ..........................................
............................. 10
AC Power Loss .....................................
......................... 7
ADEMCO Contact ID .................................
............... 39
Armed System Test .................................
.................. 28
Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice
Feature)...........................................
........................... 25
Babysitter Code ...................................
....................... 22
Backup Battery ....................................
................ 10, 39
Button Transmitters ...............................
.................... 13
CDMA Cellular Communications Module ........... 11
Communication Modules .............................
............. 11
Contact ID Event Log Codes ........................
26, 27
Contact ID Reporting ..............................
................. 39
Contacting Technical Support ......................
.........41
Devices ...........................................
.................................. 2
Duress Code .......................................
.......................... 22
Enter Installer Programming Mode ..................
... 18
Enter/Change The Master Code ......................
.... 22
Entry Delay .......................................
........................... 20
Entry/Exit Burglary ...............................
................... 20
Exit Delay ........................................
................20, 28, 38
Exit Programming Mode .............................
............. 19
GSM Cellular Communications Module ...............
11
Home Screen .......................................
.......................... 16
House ID Code .....................................
......................... 13
House Identification ..............................
..................... 13
Installer Code ....................................
........................... 22
Installer Tools Menu Screen .......................
............. 18
Installing Wireless Zones .........................
................14
Key/Touchscreen Operation .........................
........ 22
Keypad Lockout ....................................
...................... 15
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Touch-Screen .... 15
Loading Factory Defaults ..........................
.............. 19
LYRIC-3G ..........................................
............................... 11
LYRIC-CDMA ........................................
.......................... 11
LYRICLTE
..................................................
....................... 11
Master Code .......................................
.......................... 22
Master Security Code ..............................
................. 22
Master User Tools Screen ..........................
............. 17
Memory of Alarm ...................................
.................... 22
Navigating Menus ..................................
............... 15, 17
Navigation Keys ...................................
....................... 16
News ..............................................
................................... 16
Operator Commands .................................
.............. 25
Panic Key/Icons ...................................
....................... 22
Plug-In Power Supply ..............................
................. 10
Range .............................................
.................................. 13
Reboot ............................................
................................ 29
Rebooting the System ..............................
............... 29
Regulatory Agency Statements ......................
.... 36
Reset Master User Code ............................
............. 23
RF House Code .....................................
....................... 13
Secondary User Codes ..............................
.............. 22
Security Codes ....................................
........................ 22
Security Screen....................................
........................ 17
Programming Default Tables .................. 30, 3
1, 32
Sixfob ............................................
................................... 13
SiX Series Transmitters ...........................
................. 13
Sniffer Mode ......................................
........................... 28
Specifications ....................................
.......................... 39
Super High Capacity Battery .......................
........... 11
Supervised RF .....................................
......................... 13
System Features ...................................
................... 5, 6
System Operation...................................
................... 22
System Standby Screen .............................
.............. 18
Technical Support .................................
..................... 41
Test Modes ........................................
........................... 28
Testing the System ................................
............ 28, 29
Touch-Screen Display ..............................
................. 15
Traffic ...........................................
.................................... 16
Transmitter Battery Life ..........................
................ 13
Transmitter Input Type ............................
................ 13
Transmitter Loop Numbers ..........................
.......... 14
Transmitter Supervision ...........................
................ 13
Unsupervised Button ...............................
................. 13
Unsupervised RF ...................................
...................... 13
Upgrade Controller Firmware ......................
........ 19
User Security Code ................................
....................22
Wall Mounting .....................................
.................... 8, 10
Wireless Keys .....................................
.......................... 13
Wireless Zones.....................................
........................ 13
World Wide Web Address.............................
......... 41
Zone Discovery ....................................
....................... 29
Zone Programming Default Values....................
34
Zone Response Type Definitions ....................
.... 20
Zone Response Type Matrix .........................
........ 35 Lyric Controller Installation and Reference Guide







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lyric-SOC-V5
NOTE:
THE HARD WIRE ZONES CANNOT BE USED AS FIRE ZONES.
WEEKLY TESTING IS REQUIRED TO ENSURE
PROPER OPERATION OF THIS SYSTEM
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., BATTERYMARCH
PARK, QUINCY, MA 02169). PRINTED INFORMATION
DESCRIBING PROPER INSTALLATION, EVACUATION
PLANNING AND REPAIR SERVICE IS TO BE PROVIDED WITH
THIS EQUIPMENT.
REPLACE EVERY FOUR YEARS
THE LYRIC CONTROLLER IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE
FOLLOWING INTEGRAL RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACKS:
LCP500-4B (STANDARD CAPACITY)
LCP500-24B (HIGH CAPACITY)
LYRIC 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
03 - 126
ZONE TYPE -
SUPERVISED
FIRE WITH
VERIFICATION
USB PORT
BATTERY
RECEPTACLE
TAMPER
TERMINAL
BOARD
2K OHM
EOLR
2K OHM
EOLR
HARD
WIRED
ZONE
POWER SUPPLY
300-04705V1
(300-04063V1 CANADA)
HARD
WIRED
ZONE
HWZ2
GND
HWZ1
+9VDC
GND
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS
IF AN EXTERNAL CELLULAR RADIO ANTENNA IS USED, THE ANTENNA MAY BE INSTALLED OR REPLACED ONLY BY A PROFESSIONAL INSTALLER.
FOR LYRIC-3G/3GC, THE EXTERNAL ANTENNA MUST NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM DIRECTIONAL GAIN (INCLUDING CABLE LOSS) OF 6.0 DBI AT 850 MHZ AND 2.5 DBI AT 1900 MHZ.

FOR THE LYRIC-CDMA, THE EXTERNAL ANTENNA MUST NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM DIRECTIONAL GAIN (INCLUDING CABLE LOSS) OF 9.3 DBI AT 850 MHZ AND 8.2 DBI AT 1900 MHZ.
FOR THE LYRICLTE-A, THE EXTERNAL ANTENNA MUST NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM DIRECTIONAL GAIN (INCLUDING CABLE LOSS) OF 3.25 DBI AT 850 MHZ, 5.5 DBI AT 1700 MHZ AND
2.5 DBI AT 1900 MHZ.
FOR THE LYRICLTE-C, THE EXTERNAL ANTENNA MUST NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM DIRECTIONAL GAIN (INCLUDING CABLE LOSS) OF 0.6 DBI AT 850 MHZ, 5.5 DBI AT 1700 MHZ AND
2.5 DBI AT 1900 MHZ.
FOR THE LYRICLTE-V, THE EXTERNAL ANTENNA MUST NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM DIRECTIONAL GAIN (INCLUDING CABLE LOSS) OF 7.31 DBI AT 780 MHZ AND 7.35 DBI AT 1700 MHZ.


LYRIC RESIDENTIAL BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARM CONTROL PA
NEL
SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS

Notes:
Notes:Notes:
Notes: Connection of the fire alarm signal to a fir
e alarm headquarters or a Central Station shall be
permitted
with the approval of the local authority having jur
isdiction. The burglar alarm signal shall not be co
nnected to a
police emergency number. The System must be checked
by a qualified technician once every three years



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