Honeywell Lyric User Guide



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Your Honeywell security system is designed for use with devices manufactured or approved by
Honeywell for use with your security system. Your Honeywell security system is not designed for use
with any device that may be attached to your security system's control or other communicating bus
if Honeywell has not approved such device for use with your security system. Use of any such
unauthorized device may cause damage or compromise the performance of your security system
and affect the validity of your Honeywell limited warranty. When you purchase devices that have
been manufactured or approved by Honeywell, you acquire the assurance that these devices have
been thoroughly tested to ensure optimum performance when used with your Honeywell security
system.

Lyric™ Lock
Your system supports advanced features designed to keep it functioning optimally. These
capabilities include: the ability to interact with Honeywell and your dealer’s network for the setup
and programming of its features, support for remote software updates and the ability (when enabled
by your monitoring dealer) to enhance your security by preventing an unauthorized takeover of the
system by another monitoring company. In the event that your dealer has enabled the feature to
prevent an unauthorized takeover and you wish to authorize a new company to take over your
system, you may request that Honeywell remotely disable this feature. Honeywell will require
documentation that you have attempted to contact your existing security dealer and that they have
failed to respond, or failed to agree to your request.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Using This Guide ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Basic Functions ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
About the Control Panel .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
The Tools Menu ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
SECURITY ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Security Features ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
False Alarm Prevention ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Arming the System ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Disarming the System ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Bypassing Protection Zones ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Entry and Exit Delays ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Panic Alarms .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Chimes/Voice ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice)....................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Built-In Camera ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
AUTOMATION FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Working with Z-Wave Devices ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Smart Scenes .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
VIDEO ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Viewing and Naming Cameras ................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
Adding a Camera ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
Video Recovery ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
VOICE COMMAND ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
Basic Setup ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Voice Command Assignment ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Using Voice Command ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Additional Features ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
USERS AND SECURITY CODES ................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
User Codes ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
Duress Code ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
Adding Users and Assigning Codes .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Changing Security Codes or the Duress Code ............................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Deleting a User ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 34
User Settings...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................35
SYSTEM SETTINGS............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 36
Brightness/Volume/Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Wi-Fi Configuration .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Software Updates ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Slide Show ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Date / Time .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Events ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Keypad ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
TESTING YOUR SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................................................................40
Testing Sensors (Walk Test) ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Testing Communications .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Reboot .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Care and Cleaning ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Battery Replacement ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
Communication Module Replacement ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
STATUS INDICATORS AND BUTTONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 44
GLOSSARY............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 45
FIRE/CO ALARM SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 46
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION SMOKE DETECTOR RECOMMENDATIONS.......................................................... 47
REGULATORY AGENCY STATEMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................... 49
LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................................. 53


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OVERVIEW
The Lyric Controller combines a security system with home automation on an easy to use interface.
All functions can be controlled from the Lyric Controller and many Lyric features can be accessed from
internet-connected smart devices.
Security functions can be operated from optional wireless keys and wireless keypads.
Wireless and wired sensors provide burglary protection and smoke and combustion detectors provide
early fire and carbon monoxide (CO) warnings.
Lyric monitors sensors and system status to initiate alarms and generate alerts. The system can also
send alarm and status messages to a central monitoring station via the cellular phone network or the
Internet. Lyric can also provide two-way voice communication with the central station.

Arming Options Use Away mode when no one will be home. Exterior doors and windows are
protected; interior areas can be monitored by motion detectors.
Use Stay mode to protect exterior doors and windows when the house will be
occupied.
Arming modes can be customized to exclude specific parts of the premises.
Selected door/window and movement sensors can be excluded temporarily.
Fire protection cannot be bypassed or suspended.
Panic Buttons Activate police and fire alarms or emergency alerts from the Controller, key fob or
remote keypad. Panic modes can be customized by your installer.
Audio Alarm
Verification
Talk directly to your central monitoring station from the Controller.
Video Monitor and control compatible Wi-Fi cameras. View video from as many as four
cameras simultaneously.
User and Security
Codes
4-digit codes allow Lyric to distinguish between users with different types of access
to system functions.
The Master User is typically a household member who can perform all normal system
functions. Guest and other users each have unique codes.
Voice Commands Use spoken trigger phrases to control Smart Scenes and video cameras.
Automation Automate lights, locks and other compatible devices. Some features can be operated
remotely via remote services such as Honeywell Total Connect.
Smart Scenes Easy-to-program settings of automated security and lifestyle features.
Message center Record and play back voice messages.
Weather Displayed on the touch screen.
News and Traffic Requires remote services.
Remote Keypad Operate security functions from the Lyric Keypad. (Optional)
Remote Services Remote monitoring and control functions from mobile devices or web browser.
Requires remote services.
Built-in Camera Lyric takes a snapshot of the person at the Controller when the system is disarmed.
Requires remote services.

Using This Guide
Throughout the guide, you will see these tips for finding the menus and controls you need.
For example, Home > Security > Tools > Users
Means: On the Home screen, select Security.
On the Security menu, select Tools.
On the Tools menu, select Users.

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Basic Functions
Press the button below the touch screen to return to the Home screen from other functions

Security
Select on the Home screen for Security features.
Arm in Stay mode
Select

and enter a user code.
Arm in Away mode
Select and enter a user code.
Disarm system and
silence alarms
Select and enter a user code.
Repeat to silence alarms/alerts.
Panic
Press on the Controller below the touch screen.
Then, select or

on the touch screen. Other Panic modes
may appear on the screen if they are programmed in your system.

Video
Press on the Home screen to view and configure Wi-Fi cameras.

Control Panel Settings
Press on the Home screen.
Screen brightness Use the Brightness slider.
Voice announcements
volume
Select Voice and use the slider.
System sounds volume Select Chime and use the slider.
Clean screen Touch

to disable all controls for 15 seconds.

Automation Features
Press

on the Home screen to operate and manage Z-Wave devices.
Press

on the Home screen to create and manage Smart Scenes.

Common Master User Functions
Press on the Home screen.
On the Security menu, press

Enter Master User code.
Add, delete or modify
user codes
Press
System tests Press . Select Walk Test or Comm. Test

Voice Commands
Speak trigger phrase
Lyric confirms it has heard a trigger phrase. Confirmation is
optional. Three phrases are available and can be changed later.
Speak voice command
Lyric executes the operation associated with the command,
confirms operation. Five voice commands can be associated with
Smart Scenes. The command “Cameras” launches the Video
function.

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About the Control Panel


The display may vary with your connected devices and services.
• Security system status appears at the top of the screen.
• Communication status appears at top left.
• Time, date and local weather appear at left. Press 5 Day Forecast for extended weather
information.
The Home screen normally shows:
• Security: Arm and disarm the system with various options.
• Automation: Control lights, locks and other devices.
• Video: View and control Wi-Fi cameras.
• Smart Scenes: Customize and automate security and comfort features.
• Notices: View system updates and other information from your security company.
• Settings: Adjust screen brightness and audible indicator volume, hide controls for screen
cleaning.
Press > for Help videos and other features.
Press to return to the Home screen.
Press

for Fire, Police and other emergencies.

Audible Indicators
Beeping sounds accompany entry/exit countdowns, pressed buttons and other functions.
Countdown beeps, voice announcements and chimes volume are adjustable for most of these
sounds.
Alarms are signaled by the Controller’s built-in sounder. Alarm volume is not adjustable.

Software Update Notifications
Software updates for the Lyric Controller are published periodically. Most updates request user
permission. Select Accept, Yes or OK to install the update.
Certain critical updates are installed in the background. After updates of this type, information
about the update is displayed on-screen.

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The Tools Menu
Home > Security > Tools
This menu offers access to most of Lyric’s important settings and maintenance functions.
NOTE The Master User code is required to access Tools.


Features available from this screen include:
Users

Master User can add/remove other users and control users’ access to
features. See Users and Security Codes.
Events

View and export system event logs. See Events.
Advanced

Access to software upgrades, tests and user maintenance functions.
Includes features found in Maintenance and System Settings.
Keypad

Manage mobile devices running keypad apps. See Keypad.
Date/Time

Set the system’s calendar and clock. See Date / Time.
Reminders

Record and schedule voice memos. See
Reminders.
Voice
Command
Use simple phrases to control Smart Scenes or operate Wi-Fi video
cameras. See Voice Command.
Wi-Fi Config

Configure Wi-Fi access points, set security and choose automatic or
manual video recovery. See Wi-Fi Configuration.
Press > on the right side of the screen for more
Slide Show

View selected photos on the Lyric display. See Slide Show.

Return to the Security menu.

Notices
Home > Notices
The Notices icon alerts you to new information from your security company. Press for more
information.





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Messages
Home > Security > Messages
Audio messages for all users can be recorded on the Lyric Controller.
NOTE: Audio Messages on the Controller are deleted when the system’s firmware is
updated.
To work with Messages:
1. On the Security menu, select Message. If there are none are saved, the list shows No
items to display!
2. Press Add New. Recording controls appear.
3. Use the Record, Stop, Play and Delete buttons to record and review your message.
4. Press  to return to the message list.
In the message list, select a message before pressing Play.
The Delete All button requires confirmation. Press Yes when asked Are You Sure?
When messages are stored in the Controller, a star symbol is added to the Message icon.

Reminders
Home > Security > Tools > Reminders
Reminders can be scheduled to display a text note and optionally, play a brief audio message.
Reminders that are set to require acknowledgment remain on-screen and repeat their audio
until dismissed.
NOTES: • Reminders can only be created when the system is disarmed.
• Reminders on the Controller are deleted when the system’s firmware is updated.

To create a Reminder:
1. On the Tools screen, select Reminders. If there are none are saved, the list shows No
items to display!
2. Press Add New and Name.
3. Use the on-screen keyboard and remember to Save your entry.
4. Select Frequency and then Once, Daily, Weekly, Weekday or Monthly.
5. If selecting Once, set a Date and Start Time next.
• If Daily, set a Start Time.
• If Weekday, set a Start Time.
• If Weekly, set a Day of the Week and a Start Time.
• If selecting Monthly, set a Day of the Month and a Start Time.
6. To add an audio message, press Voice and select Yes. Use the Record, Stop, Play and
Delete buttons to record and review the message. When finished recording, press  to
return to the Reminders screen.
7. To require that the Reminder is acknowledged, press Acknowledge and select Yes.
8. Press Save.

To dismiss a Reminder that requires acknowledgment, press OK.
Reminders not requiring acknowledgment appear on the touch screen, play any recorded audio
once and clear automatically.
Reminders can be edited or deleted from the Reminders list.

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SECURITY
Home > Security
IMPORTANT
If the Lyric Controller is beeping rapidly when you enter the premises, an alarm has
occurred and an intruder may still be nearby.
LEAVE IMMEDIATELY and CONTACT THE POLICE from a safe location.

Security Features
NOTES: • For Lyric to report alarms over the internet, your Wi-Fi network MUST have power at
all times.
• You must arm your security system in order for it to sense intrusions.

Sensors and
Zones
Lyric’s sensors are assigned to numbered zones that correspond with areas of your
home. For example, the sensor on an entry/exit door might be assigned to Zone 03,
a device in a bedroom to Zone 06, and so on.
When alarms or trouble conditions occur, the touch screen displays the zone number
and a description of the sensor involved.
Fire
Protection
Fire protection is always active when the system is operating normally. Lyric sounds
an alarm if a fire condition is detected. See Fire/CO Alarm System for important
information about fire protection, smoke detectors and planning emergency exit
routes.
Carbon
Monoxide
Carbon monoxide (CO) detectors, if installed, are always active and sound an alarm if
a CO condition is detected. See Fire/CO Alarm System for more information.
Burglary
Protection
Lyric provides STAY and AWAY burglary protection.
STAY mode protects windows and exterior doors, allowing you to move around
inside your home without setting off an alarm.
AWAY mode protects the entire premises, including interior motion detectors if
present.
Both modes offer an entry delay period that allows you to reenter the home without
setting off an alarm. For long periods such as vacations, the entry delay can be
turned off while arming the system.
Lyric also allows you to bypass selected sensors before arming the system.
The system also features chimes which can alert you to the opening of protected
doors and windows while the system is disarmed.
Security
Codes
At the time of installation, the installer asks the homeowner to choose a personal
4-digit security code, known as the “Master User code”.
Other users can be added, typically with less control over the system than the Master
User. See Users and Security Codes.
A user code is required when arming or disarming and for some other functions.
Alarms Alarms are signaled by the controller’s internal sounder. The touch screen indicates the
zone where the alarm has occurred. After 15 seconds, the sounder stops temporarily
and the system begins voice announcements of relevant zone information.
After the zones are announced, the panel’s sounder resumes sounding. Alarm sounds
and voice announcements alternate until the system is disarmed or until alarm bell
timeout occurs. If the system is connected to central monitoring, an alarm message
is sent.
To silence the sounder, disarm the system. The zone(s) causing the alarm remain
displayed, indicating Memory Of Alarm. See
Clearing a Panic Alarm for more about clearing memory of alarm.
Audio Alarm
Verification
Allows your central monitoring station to listen to or talk with individual(s) on the
premises.

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False Alarm Prevention
Many false alarms are caused by minor problems, such as a door left ajar when exiting the home.
Lyric includes several features to help prevent false alarms. Note that some are optional or must be
programmed by the installer. Disabling these features may increase security, but may also increase
the chance of false alarms.
Your installer can help you decide whether or not to use these features. A brief explanation of false
alarm prevention features follows, along with advice on what to do if false alarms occur.
NOTE: Most of the delay times mentioned here can be customized by your installer.
Exit/Entry
Delays
Programmed delay times allow you to leave after arming the system or disarm it
after entering without setting off an alarm. Exceeding a delay period causes an
alarm.
If this occurs, disarm the system immediately and contact your monitoring
company.
Alarm
Reporting
Delay
Lyric is programmed to wait between sounding a burglary alarm on the premises
and sending an alarm message to your monitoring company. This delay allows you
to disarm the system before an alarm message is sent in error.
Exit Alarms False alarms can be caused by leaving the house and forgetting to close the door. If
this happens, Lyric sounds an alarm and displays an Exit Error.
The alarm reporting delay gives you time to disarm the system before an alarm
message is sent.
Exit Time
Restart
Exit Delay
Restart/Reset
If you leave the premises and enter again before the exit delay has expired, Lyric
restarts the exit delay, giving you more time to leave without causing an alarm.
With 10 seconds left to exit, Lyric begins beeping quickly, indicating that an alarm
will occur if you don’t exit or disarm the system immediately.
If this occurs, disarm the system and arm it again when you are ready to leave. The
Exit Delay can also be restarted by pressing Restart Timer.
False Alarms If the system is disarmed after a burglary or fire alarm occurs, the Controller
displays “Alarm Cancelled”.
After a false alarm, disarm the system and contact your monitoring company. They
will verify your security code or password, preventing unnecessary calls for
emergency response.
Silent Exit Press to mute the beeping sound that accompanies exit countdowns in most
situations. Voice confirmation of arming status is not muted. Silent Exit also
doubles the Exit Delay time (see below).
Quick Exit When the system is armed, touch this button to start an exit delay. This eliminates
the need to disarm and re-arm the system when someone needs to leave the
premises.
Entry Delay Time allowed between a door opening and the system being disarmed with a user
code. Failure to disarm the system during the Entry Delay causes an alarm. Delay
period set by your installer.
Exit Delay Period beginning when the system is armed, during which household members can
exit through protected doors without triggering an alarm. Delay period set by your
installer.

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Arming the System
The Home button beneath the screen shows green when the system is ready to be armed. If the
button is blinking green, the system is not ready to arm.
Before arming your system, all protected doors, windows, and other protection zones should be
closed or bypassed (see Bypassing Protection Zones).
To change the volume of countdown sounds and security status voice announcements, see System
Settings.
NOTE: When a security code is required, a valid code must be entered within 10 seconds of
pressing an Arm button. If an invalid code is entered, or more than 10 seconds elapses,
the Security menu returns and the system is not armed.

Arming states include
Arm Away For times when no one is home, protects all perimeter and interior
zones.
Arm Stay For use when the house is occupied. Protects only perimeter zones.
Arm Custom Arms the system with pre-selected zones excluded (bypassed).
Bypass This feature allows you to arm the system while intentionally leaving
selected zones unprotected.
Arm Night When the house is occupied, protects perimeter zones and pre-selected
interior zones. Other interior zones are unprotected.
Instant Instant mode eliminates the Entry Delay for exterior doors (Entry/Exit
zones). An alarm occurs immediately when an exterior door is opened.
Quick Arm Press to arm the system without entering a user code. Enabled by your
installer.
Auto Stay If you arm the system in the “AWAY” mode but no one exits, the alarm
system will automatically change to the “STAY” mode. This helps to
prevent unwanted alarms when someone remains on the premises.
Disarm the system and Arm Away again when you are ready to leave.
Enabled by your installer.

To begin arming the system
• Select Security on the Home screen. The Security menu appears.
• Select an arming mode. See below.

Arm Away
By default, this mode’s exit delay countdown is accompanied by a beeping sound.
1. Select Arm Away. A keypad appears.
2. Enter a user code. (If desired, click Silent Exit BEFORE entering the user code.)
OR
Select Quick Arm to arm the system without entering a user code.
3. The system beeps twice and announces “Armed Away; exit now”. The exit delay
countdown begins.
Press Restart Timer if you need more time to leave.
4. Leave the premises and close the door before the countdown ends.
5. The system arms in Away mode. (Door and window sensors and interior motion sensors
are active.)


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Arm Stay
By default, this mode’s exit delay countdown is not accompanied by a beeping sound.
1. Select Arm Stay and enter a user code or press Quick Arm.
2. The system beeps three times and announces “Armed Stay; exit now”. The exit delay
countdown begins.
Restart if you need more time to leave.
3. The system arms in Stay mode.

Arm Custom
Use this option to pre-set zones for bypass when arming the system. You can also enable or
disable the entry delay.
1. Select Arm Custom.
2. A list of zones appears. Select the ones you wish to bypass when arming the system.
3. Press Arm Custom at lower right on the zone list screen.
4. A numerical keypad appears.
Select Entry Delay if desired. (See
Instant Mode for more about disabling Entry Delay.)
5. Arm the system by entering a user code.
6. The exit delay countdown begins.
7. Leave the premises and close the door the same way you would when setting Away
mode.
Bypassed zones are left unprotected.
NOTE: The next time Arm Custom is used, the same zones that were previously selected
for exclusion are highlighted on the zone list screen. If desired, select different zones
for custom arming.

Instant Mode
In Instant mode, an alarm occurs immediately when a protected Entry/Exit is opened. There is
no delay during which a code can be entered to disarm the system.
1. Select Arm Custom.
2. The zone list appears. If any zones have been previously set for bypass, deselect them.
3. Press Arm Custom at lower right.
4. When the keypad appears, de-select Entry Delay.
5. Enter a user code to arm the system and leave the premises during the exit delay
countdown.

Arm Night
Arm Night must be enabled by your security professional.
1. Select Arm Stay. A keypad appears.
2. Select Arm Night and then enter a user code.
OR
Select Arm Night and then Quick Arm.
3. The system beeps and announces “Armed Night Stay; exit now”. The exit delay countdown
begins.
Restart if you need more time to leave.
4. The system arms in Arm Night mode.

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Disarming the System
NOTE: Disarming the system also silences audible alarms and trouble alerts.
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE
Key fobs are comparable to your house and car keys. If they are lost or stolen,
another person can compromise your security system and may be able to enter your
home. Immediately notify your Dealer/Installer of a lost or stolen key fob, so that it
can be removed from your system.
To disarm your security system:
1. Select Disarm. A keypad appears.
2. Enter a user code. The system beeps and announces “Disarmed”, followed by any relevant
alerts about system readiness. The announcement “Check system” indicates a faulted
sensor or problems in the panel itself.
In most situations, if a valid user code is not entered within 30 seconds of pressing Disarm, the
Home screen reappears, and the system remains armed.
NOTES: • If a valid code is not entered by the time the entry delay ends, an alarm occurs.
• The Guest Code and the Installer Code can only disarm the system if the system was
armed using that code. If the Quick Arm option has been used, neither the Guest Code
nor Installer Code can disarm the system.
Bypassing Protection Zones
Bypass allows arming the system while intentionally leaving selected zones unprotected.
Bypassed zones will not trigger an alarm.
NOTE: Fire and CO zones and the zone numbers associated with Panic buttons cannot be
bypassed.
To Bypass zones:
1. Before arming the system, press Zones on the Security menu. A list of your system’s zones
appears. Zones with problems are shown in red or orange.
Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list of zones.
2. Select the zone(s) to be bypassed.
3. Press Bypass at the bottom of the screen. A keypad appears.
At the bottom of the screen, you can Bypass All Faulted, which selects all zones with faults
or other issues.
Press Select All at the right side of the screen to toggle through options for selecting
zones.
4. Enter a user code. The zone list reappears, with the Bypass icon shown in the affected
zones.
5. Arm the system as usual.
Bypassed zones are automatically unbypassed when the system is disarmed.
Clear Bypasses returns Security status to its default state so that zones with faults must be
addressed before arming the system.

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Entry and Exit Delays
NOTE: Entry and exit delay times are programmed by your installer. You might wish to note
them here.
EXIT DELAY
ENTRY DELAY 1
ENTRY DELAY 2
Entry Delay
Entry delay allows time to disarm the system when entering the premises. If the system is not
disarmed before the entry delay period ends, an alarm occurs. If programmed, the Lyric
Controller beeps during the entry delay period as a reminder to disarm the system.
Two different entry delay periods can be programmed. The first is for the primary entrance,
typically, the front door. The second can be used for a secondary entrance, where more time
might be needed to walk to the Controller to disarm the system.

Exit Delay
Exit delay begins immediately after the system is armed, providing time to leave through the
designated exit door without causing an alarm. In most situations, the touch screen displays a
countdown of the remaining time. The exit door must be closed before the end of the exit
delay.
Typically, the system beeps slowly when counting down to Arm Away; during the last 10
seconds of the delay period, the beeping speeds up. The exit beeps cannot be silenced.
However, the Silent Exit option may be selected in some arming modes.

Restart Exit Delay
The Restart button appears only if the option has been enabled.
Exit delay can be restarted once.

Exit Alarm
This option helps minimize false alarms sent to the monitoring company. Exit Alarm must be
enabled by your installer.
Exit delay begins whenever the system is armed.
• If an exterior door or protected interior zone is faulted when the exit delay ends, the
system sounds an alarm and starts an entry delay countdown.
• If the system is disarmed before the entry delay ends, the alarm sound stops and the
message Alarm Cancelled is displayed. “Alarm” and any faulted zones are also
displayed.
• No message is sent to the monitoring company. Any open zones must be secured
before the exit alarm condition can be cleared.
To clear the display, press Disarm; a security code is required.
• If the system is not disarmed before the entry delay ends, and an entry/exit door or
interior zone is still open, the alarm sound continues and an Exit Alarm message is
sent to the alarm monitoring company.
• The message Alarm Exit Error is displayed. Faulted zones are also displayed. The
alarm will continue to sound until the system is disarmed or timeout occurs.
To stop the alarm, disarm the system. The message Alarm Cancelled will be displayed.
“Alarm” and faulted zones continue to be displayed.
To clear the display, press Disarm; a security code must be re-entered.
An exit alarm also occurs if an entry/exit door or interior zone is faulted within two minutes
after the end of the exit delay.

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Panic Alarms
Icons on the touch screen are used to manually activate Panic functions.
IMPORTANT
Please note the difference between the Panic

button below the touch screen and
the different Panic icons on the touch screen.
Fire and Police Panic modes are available by default. Other Panic modes may be available,
depending on the options enabled by your installer.
Common Panic Icons

Fire Alerts your monitoring company that a fire condition exists.


Police Alerts your monitoring company that a police emergency exists.


Medical If programmed, alerts your monitoring company to other types of emergency.

Types of Panic Alarms
Silent emergency
(silent alarm)
Sends an alarm signal to the monitoring company, but triggers no audible
alarms or visual displays. Requires connection to a monitoring company.
Audible emergency
(audible alarm)
Sends an emergency message to the monitoring company, if connected. A
loud, steady tone sounds at the Controller and external sounders if
connected, and an alarm is displayed on the touch screen.
Personal emergency
or
Aux alarm
Sends an emergency message to the monitoring company if connected and
sounds at the Controller, but not at external sounders. An alarm icon is
displayed.
Fire alarm
Sends a fire alarm message to the monitoring company if connected. A
unique tone sounds at the Controller and external sounders are activated if
connected. A Fire alarm icon is displayed.
Local alarm
If programmed, activates the sirens and sounders on the premises without
sending a message to the monitoring company.

Activating a Panic Alarm
1. Press and hold the button on the Controller until Panic icons appear on the screen.
2. Press the appropriate Panic icon on the screen.
Depending on the Panic mode selected, an alarm tone sounds and the appropriate alarm icon
appears on the touch screen.
Pressing Police typically sends a silent message to your monitoring company; verify this
default setting with your installer. When you take your finger away from the Police icon, the
touch screen appears to return to a normal state, with the

button on the Controller
blinking. However, the alarm message has been sent.


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Cancelling a Panic Alarm
Depending on the type of panic alarm in effect, a keypad may appear immediately after the
alarm is initiated.
1. Enter a valid user code to cancel the alarm.
2. The audible alarms stop and Alarm Cancel is displayed.
If a silent alarm has been activated and the Home screen is displayed:
1. Select Security on the Home screen. A Disarm icon appears, typically and a Security
status message such as “Not Ready To Arm” may be displayed.
2. Press Disarm. A keypad appears on the touch screen.
3. Enter a valid user code.
4. The normal Security menu returns and the button on the Controller stops blinking.
At a remote Lyric Keypad:
To clear a silent Panic alarm at a Lyric Keypad, press the shield button and enter a user code.

Clearing a Panic Alarm
After a panic alarm is cancelled, the Controller continues to display zone information associated
with the alarm (this feature is known as Memory of Alarm).
To cancel and silence the alarm, enter a user code.
To clear memory of alarm on the screen:
1. Press the Home button beneath the screen.
2. Re-enter the user code.
Memory of alarm can also be dismissed with these steps:
1. Cancel and silence the alarm with a user code as above.
2. On the Security menu, select Zones. The zone number associated with the type of alarm
is displayed.
3. Press Clear Alarms at the bottom of the screen.
4. Enter a valid user code. The Zones screen displays No items to display!
5. Press  to return to the Security menu or press the Home button.

Chimes/Voice
IMPORTANT
The Chime feature is intended for convenience and is not intended for life safety
purposes or pool alarm and does not meet the requirements of UL 2017.

Volume/Mute
Home > Settings
NOTES: • Chime and voice volume/muting can only be changed when the system is disarmed.
• Voice annunciations are controlled by enabling or disabling Chimes.
• Voice annunciations should not be confused with Lyric’s Voice Command or Two-
Way Voice (Audio Alarm Verification) features.
Lyric can give audible notifications when a protected zone opens while the system is
disarmed. With Chimes enabled three beeps (or a selectable tone) sound at the Controller
when a protected zone is opened. If programmed, a voice announcement also sounds.
1. On the Home screen, select Settings.
2. Select Chime to enable chime sounds and voice annunciations. To mute all, de-select.
For chime sounds only, de-select Voice.
3. Adjust volume with the slider.
4. Press Save.


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Setting Chime Sounds
Home > Security > Zones
NOTES: • Chime sounds can only be changed when the system is disarmed.
• Sounds can be changed only for door, window and motion sensors. Sounds
associated with smoke and CO detectors cannot be changed.
Different sounds can be assigned to the sensors in your system.
1. On the Zones menu, press Select All repeatedly to choose Select Chime. A list of
sensors appears.
2. Select a sensor and Lyric displays available sounds.
3. Press repeatedly to choose a sound. (Options include Disabled.)
4. Press  to save your selection and return to the Security menu.

Audio Alarm Verification (Two-Way Voice)
This feature allows your central monitoring station to listen to or talk with individual(s) on the
premises.
NOTES: • System announcements are disabled when this feature is active.
• Fire and CO alarms will prevent Audio Alarm Verification from operating.
• New Fire or CO alarms will terminate Audio Alarm Verification operation.
• Burglar alarms occurring during Audio Alarm Verification operation do not interrupt
operation and are reported immediately after operation concludes.
• Audio Alarm Verification modes are controlled by the central station. See below.
By default, Two-Way Voice starts in Listen Mode; sirens and keypad sounds are discontinued. The
central station operator begins the session, which lasts 5 minutes, and may be extended 5 minutes
without changing the operating mode.

Audio Alarm Verification modes of operation
Listen Mode One-way audio from the premises to the central station. The central
station operator can listen through the Controller’s microphone.
Talk Mode One-way voice communication from the central station to the premises.
The central station operator can communicate through the Controller’s
built-in speaker.
VOX (Voice)
Mode
Two-way voice communication between the Central Station and the
premises.
In Talk and VOX modes, the Controller’s Home button blinks Green.

Built-In Camera
Lyric’s built-in camera takes a snapshot of the person at the Controller when the system is
disarmed. Snapshots can be viewed via remote services.
Built-in camera options vary with the services to which you have subscribed.





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AUTOMATION FEATURES
IMPORTANT
Automation can ONLY be used for lifestyle enhancement. It must not be used for
personal safety or property protection.
Working with Z-Wave Devices
Home > Automation
Z-Wave technology is designed to automate devices in a home control network. The Lyric
Controller is a security enabled Z-Wave device that supports Z-Wave Network Wide Inclusion
(NWI) Mode.
The Controller and Z-Wave devices added to your system are linked together in a wireless
network. Each device in the network is assigned a unique address and cannot be activated by a
neighbor's Z-Wave controller. The Z-wave network supports multiple controllers, allowing Z-wave
remote controls to be used throughout the home.
NOTE: In some cases, a Z-Wave device may not report its status to Lyric when an action is
initiated at the device itself. This varies with the manufacturer.
U
L
Z-Wave automation functionality is supplementary only and has not been evaluated by UL.
Press Automation on the Home screen. The Z-Wave Device Management screen appears, initially
displaying categories of Z-Wave devices. (Note that your Lyric Controller’s display may differ from
these illustrations.)
Switches Water Valves


Thermostats

Locks


Garages

This screen may also display Press to see Failed Devices. See Failed Devices (Failed Nodes) for
more information. Press the down arrow ∨ at right for more options:
Tools Garage Door Setup


Other Devices



Consult your installer about the options available in your system.

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Selecting a device category opens a list of devices in that category. An example of the Switch
category is pictured.

Switch 01





Switch 02

Switch 03
For most devices, status is indicated by the color of the icon.
The Refresh

button at bottom right updates device status indications on the panel.

Operating Z-Wave Devices Manually
1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, select one of the device categories.
2. Select the device you wish to operate. Controls appear.
Lighting controls might offer an On/Off button or a slide control for dimmers.
Thermostats may display temperature set points and energy-saving features. The
options shown will vary with your device.
3. Operate the device as desired.
4. Press  to return to the previous screen.

Adding Z-Wave Devices (Include)
NOTE: When adding a device, it may be necessary to perform the Exclude procedure before
the device can be Included successfully.
1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, press the Down arrow on the right.
2. Press Tools.
3. On-screen buttons appear, including Include Devices, Exclude Devices and Advanced
Tools. (View Failed Devices may also appear.)
4. Select Include Devices.
The panel enters Inclusion mode. Next, the panel displays “Ready to Include device.
Press the function button on device”.
5. Press the device’s Function button within 60 seconds. (Note that the location of the
Function button varies with the device you are adding. See the device’s instructions.)
The panel displays “Device Found! Please Wait”.
6. To include additional devices, repeat step 5.
OR
Press Abort to complete the Inclusion process.
7. Press  to return to the previous screen(s).

Including Light Switches or Outlet Modules
Install the receptacle, wall switch or lamp/appliance module before Including it in your system.
Refer to the device’s instructions for more information about installation.
Z-Wave switches and outlet modules may vary. Refer to the device’s instructions to ensure that
it is Included properly in your system.



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Including Door Locks
IMPORTANT
For security, Z-Wave door locks are encrypted, and enroll at low power transmission
range (approximately 6 feet). This requires Including the lock before its installation in
a door.
Assemble the lock, connect necessary cables and install batteries according to the device’s
instructions.
Be sure the door lock’s orientation/handedness is correct.
Z-Wave door locks vary. Refer to the device’s instructions to ensure that it is Included properly
and to program a user code.
After Inclusion, install the lock within recommended Z-Wave range (see Wireless Range for
more information).
NOTES: • Program the 4-digit User Code into the Controller. When programming user codes
into Lyric, determine if the user will have access to the Z-Wave lock. If so, the user
code will be transferred to the lock.
• If using a lock with Smart Scenes, automatic locking/re-locking features should be
disabled.
• Due to Low Power Inclusion Mode of secure devices, Include the Z-Wave Lock first,
if not using an Inclusion Tool/Remote Control. The lock should be installed before
including other devices.
• During operation, the system will display “JAMMED” and will revert to “Unlocked”
status if a jammed lock is detected.
• When performing a command directly from a thermostat or water shutoff valve,
change of status message may not appear at the control
Including Thermostats
Install and test the thermostat before Including it in your system. Refer to the device’s
instructions for more information about installation.
IMPORTANT
Honeywell is not responsible for property damages due to improper setting of
thermostat modes.
NOTES: • Some thermostats do not update temperature status automatically.
• When using Z-wave thermostat control on the Controller, the thermostat’s
scheduling feature should not be used.
• When the HOLD button on the Controller’s thermostat control screen is highlighted,
Z-Wave scenes driven by Smart Scenes will not affect thermostat operation.
Additionally, if your system is connected to Remote Services, the remote 7-day
schedules will also not affect thermostat operation.
• For threshold monitoring to be configurable on the Remote Services and Z-Wave
thermostat screens, the respective zones will first need to be assigned with a
response type in zone programming. Threshold monitoring is not available on all
thermostats.
• Both Zones for each respective thermostat must be programmed (for example,
Zone 180 & 181 for thermostat #1, Zone 182 & 183 for thermostat #2 and Zone 184 &
185 for thermostat #3).
• When temperature is represented in Celsius, Lyric matches the temperature
increment of the particular thermostat for Heat, Emergency Heat and Cool set
points. Increments can be one degree or half degree, depending on the thermostat.
• If Celsius scale is used in the thermostat, the Controller must also be set to Celsius
scale.
• If the Energy Saving mode is set, the Controller displays Energy Saving
Heat/Cooling Setpoint Temperatures that are programmed at the thermostat.
• An additional “Energy Saving” function in the thermostat is used to set/unset the
Energy Saving mode.


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Lyric Controller Z-Wave Thermostat Functions

Button Function
Mode Select between HEAT, COOL and OFF.
Fan Select between ON, CIRCULATE and AUTO.
HOLD
Allows temporary override of programmed Smart Scenes that may operate
the thermostat.
NORMAL Allows selected thermostat to run programmed Smart Scenes.
NO SCHED Prevents Smart Scenes from operating the selected thermostat
Threshold
Monitoring
Enable/Disable Threshold Monitoring Feature (if available)
Saving Off-
Saving On
Enables/disables the thermostat’s Energy Saving Schedule Function.
EDIT Used to edit Thermostat name.
BACK Used to return to Thermostats screen.
Thermostat Energy Saving Mode

1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, select Thermostats.
2. Select the desired thermostat from the displayed list.
3.
On the thermostat control screen, press the “Saving Off” button OR “Saving On” to
activate or deactivate the thermostat’s Energy Saving Schedule Function when a heating
or cooling operation is selected.

Deleting Z-Wave Devices (Exclude)
To delete (Exclude) a Z-Wave device:
1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, press the Down arrow on the right.
2. Press Tools.
3. Select Exclude Devices.
4. The panel enters Exclusion mode. Next, the panel displays “Ready to Exclude device.
Press the function button on device.”
5. Press the device’s Function button.
The device is excluded from the system and its information is displayed.
6. To delete another device, press Exclude on the right side of the screen.
OR
7. Press  to return to the previous screen(s).

Editing Z-Wave Device Names
1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, select the category that includes the device
you want to rename.
2. Select the device in the displayed list.
The device’s controls appear, showing the device’s default name.
3. Press Edit on the right side of the screen.
A keyboard appears on the touch screen.
4. Press Clear to delete the default name.
5. Enter a custom name, using as many as 14 characters.
6. Save the device’s new name.
7. When you are finished editing, press  to return to the previous screen(s).

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Advanced Tools
1. From the Z-Wave Device Management screen, open Tools.
2. Select Advanced Tools.
3. Enter the Master User code. The Advanced Tools screen appears, displaying these
options:

View Enrolled Devices View Enrolled Controllers
Reset Controller
Pri. Controller Shift to
Secondary
Locking Door Learn
All Devices Off All Devices On
View Enrolled Devices
Press to display Z-Wave device information: System Index/name, Secured or Non-Secured,
device type, device ID, manufacturer, node number.
View Enrolled Controllers
Press to display controller information: Primary or Secondary, Z-Wave Library Rev., Home ID,
device type, device ID, node number, manufacturer, Secured or Non-Secured.
Reset Controller
Press to delete all Z-Wave nodes in the Controller, and reset the Controller’s Home ID. When
prompted, press Yes to confirm.
Note that resetting the Controller does not delete/Exclude individual Z-Wave devices.
Therefore, each device must be Excluded before being added/Included in the Controller again.
Pri. Controller Shift to Secondary
Press to designate another controller (such as a Z-Wave remote control) as the Primary
Controller.
When the panel displays “Shifting”, start the “Learn” function on the secondary controller.
Refer to the secondary controller’s instructions for more information.
NOTE: Both controllers can operate the system’s Z-Wave devices, but only the Primary can
Include/Exclude devices.
Locking Door
Press to have your system arm automatically when a Z-Wave door lock is locked. Press
repeatedly to select Away mode, Stay mode, Arm without Auto-Stay mode or to Disable this
option.
Learn
This function is usually performed on a control panel or Z-Wave remote control being added to
the system as a secondary controller OR on a secondary controller being designated as Primary.
Press after starting the Include or Shift Control function on the primary controller.
All Devices Off
Press to manually turn off all Z-Wave devices. Note that some thermostats will enter Setback
mode.
All Devices On
Press to manually turn on all Z-Wave devices. Note that some thermostats will exit Setback
mode.

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Failed Devices (Failed Nodes)
When the system tries to operate a Z-Wave device that has no AC power or other problems, it
is identified as a Failed Device. The system may take up to a minute after the operation to
detect the failure.
To view Failed Devices:
1. On the Z-Wave Device Management screen, select View Failed Devices.
The panel displays “Failed Nodes Found!”
2. Press OK.
3. The device’s information is displayed. If multiple devices are listed, use the up and down
arrows at right to view the entire list.
NOTE: When troubleshooting, first make sure that power has been restored.
If a device is defective or otherwise unavailable, use the Fix All option.
4. Select Fix All on the right side of the screen. The system displays “This will delete all
failed nodes.”
5. Press Yes to confirm.
Devices deleted with Fix All must be added to the system again. See
Adding Z-Wave Devices (Include).
Failed Z-Wave devices are also indicated by a symbol on the Z-Wave device management
screen or the symbol appearing in gray on the Home screen.

Important Notes About Z-Wave Devices
WARNING: NOT FOR USE WITH MEDICAL OR LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT!
Z-Wave enabled devices should never be used to supply power to, or control the On/Off status
of medical and/or life support equipment.
Wireless Range
This device complies with the Z-Wave
®
standard of open-air, line of sight transmission distances
of 100 feet. Actual performance in a home depends on the number of walls between the
controller and the destination device, the type of construction and the number of Z-Wave
enabled devices installed in the control network.
Note that Z-Wave home control networks are designed to work properly alongside wireless
security sensors, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other wireless devices. Some 900MHz wireless devices
such as baby cams, wireless video devices and older cordless phones may cause interference
and limit Z-Wave functionality.
Things to consider regarding RF range:
• Each wall or obstacle (refrigerators, large TVs, etc.) between the remote and the
destination device can reduce the maximum range of 100 feet by approximately 25-
30%.
• Brick, tile or concrete walls block more of the RF signal than walls made of wooden
studs and drywall.
• Wall mounted Z-Wave devices installed in metal junction boxes will suffer a significant
loss of range (approximately 20%) since the metal box blocks a large part of the RF
signal.

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Additional Z-Wave Information
• The system supports a maximum of 232 nodes. Note that a node is created every time a
device is Included, even if the device is being re-added to the system after being
Excluded. This can cause the number of nodes in the system to exceed the number of
actual devices.
• If the limit of 232 nodes is met and you need to add or re-Include more Z-Wave devices,
use the Reset Controller function. Be aware that resetting the controller deletes all of
the system’s nodes, requiring all devices to be Included again. Node numbers can be
viewed by selecting Automation > Tools > Advanced Tools > View Enrolled Devices.
Remember that the system may require the Master User code for access to Advanced
Tools.
• The system is not aware of door locks being enabled with any temporary user shutdown
feature such as Vacation Mode. The system will continue to unlock a door if
programmed to do so via Smart Scenes.
• Z-Wave door locks with thumbturns: Certain models allow a brief period in which the
thumbturn can be operated manually before the device locks automatically. Locks of
this type are not recommended for use with Smart Scenes.

Z-Wave Compatibility
Z-Wave devices vary; follow the instructions provided with the specific device when including
and excluding devices into your Z-Wave network.
NOTE: Not all Z-Wave devices have been tested. Some functions may produce
unpredictable results.

Door Locks Appliance
Yale® Real Living Push-Button Lever Lock HomeManageables Appliance Module
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Lever Lock Wayne Dalton Small Appliance Module
Yale Real Living Push-Button Deadbolt Lock
GE® Wireless Lighting Control Plug-In
Appliance Module
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt Lock
Cooper In-Wall Duplex Receptacle Module
(Model RF9505-TDS)
Schlage® Link Deadbolt Lock Lights
Schlage Link Lever Lock Leviton®/ViziaRF+® Switches
Kwikset® Smartcode Lever lock Leviton/ViziaRF+ Dimmers
Kwikset Smartcode Deadbolt Lock Leviton/ViziaRF+ Plug-In Appliance Modules
Thermostats GE Wireless Lighting Control Dimmers
Honeywell Z-Wave Thermostat (ZWSTAT) GE Wireless Lighting Control Switches
Wayne Dalton Z-Wave Thermostat
GE Wireless Lighting Control Plug-In Appliance
Modules
Trane® Z-Wave Thermostat Intermatic In-Wall Receptacle (Model HA01)
Residential Control Systems Thermostat (Model
TZ45)
Cooper Plug-in Lighting Switch Module (Model
RFAPM)
Intermatic® InTouch Thermostat (Model
CA8900)
AEON Labs Lamp/Dimmer Module (Model
DSC06106-ZWUS)
Siren
Remotec Lamp Dimmer Module (Model ZDS-
100US)
FortrezZ SSA1/SSA2 Wireless Siren & Strobe
Alarm
Window Shades
Water Valve Somfy® ILT Series
FortrezZ WV-01 Wireless Z-Wave Water Valve

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Smart Scenes
Home > Smart Scenes

IMPORTANT
When Lyric is connected to remote services, Smart Scenes can be created and
modified ONLY via remote services.
Smart Scenes can be created, deleted or edited at the Lyric Controller ONLY by the Master User.
See Smart Scenes and User Access for more about types of users and their levels of access to
different functions.
Three types of Smart Scene can automate combinations of security and lifestyle settings:
• Anytime: Initiated by users.
• Triggered: Initiated by the system in response to user-defined conditions.
• Scheduled: Initiated by the system’s calendar and clock.
Smart Scenes are frequently used in pairs. For example, a Smart Scene might be set to operate
multiple devices, turning on lights and opening blinds or shades. A second Smart Scene could be
used to return these devices to their Off or closed states.
NOTES: • You can modify (Edit), manually start (Run) and review (Show) Smart Scenes prior to
operation.
• Scheduled and Triggered Smart Scenes can be paused with the Hold function.
• Setup details vary with each type of Smart Scene.
• Many buttons in Smart Scenes toggle through different options when pressed
repeatedly.
• The system treats security actions such as Arm Away, Arm Stay or Disarm separately
from changes to lifestyle devices such as lights, locks and thermostats.
• Options that offer operations with both will display them in separate categories called
Security and Devices.

Smart Scenes and User Access
NOTES: • Smart Scenes can be created, deleted or edited at the Lyric Controller ONLY by the
Master User.
• The Master User designates which types of user have access to each Smart Scene.
See Users and Security Codes for more information on different types of users.
Regular users can Run and Show Smart Scenes created for Regular Users and Guests as well as
those designated “All Users”.
Guests can Run and Show Smart Scenes created for Guests as well as those designated “All
Users”.
To work with Smart Scenes:
1. Press Smart Scenes on the Home screen. A keypad appears.
2. Enter a user code to display the Smart Scenes menu. From here, Smart Scenes can be
created or viewed by type.

All Anytime 
Triggered Scheduled



Add New




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The Add New button appears only to the Master User. Other users can Show (view) or Run the
Smart Scenes to which they have access.
Creating a Smart Scene
Creating any Smart Scene involves these settings:
• Name
• The type of trigger that initiates the Smart Scene
• The type of user who can run the Smart Scene
• The resulting action(s) that take place when the triggering events or conditions occur
NOTE: Creating a Smart Scene should begin with giving it a Name of your choosing.
1. Select Add New. (The default name may differ from the illustration.)

Name
Smart Scene 1
Action Type
Anytime

Who can run this Smart Scene?
Master

New Action ∨
Save

2. Press Name.
3. Use the onscreen keyboard to enter a name and Save it.
4. Select the type of user who can run the Smart Scene. Choices include:
• Master
• Regular Users
• Guest
5. Press Action Type to toggle through the types of Smart Scene.
a. Anytime: Go to Step #6.
b. Scheduled: Go to Step #7.
c. Triggered: Go to Step #8.
6. Select Anytime. These options appear:
• Name
• Action Type
• Who can run this Smart Scene? (User)
• New Action
a. Press New Action to define the response when a user runs the Smart Scene.
b. When settings are complete, press  until the Smart Scene is shown with its name
displayed.
c. Press Save. Press  to return to the main Smart Scenes menu.
7. Select Scheduled.
a. Select the type of user who can run the Smart Scene.
b. Select Scheduled to display clock and calendar settings.
c. Set a time when the Smart Scene will start. Be sure to specify AM or PM.
You can select Sunrise or Sunset instead of setting a time on the clock. Selecting
Sunrise or Sunset overrides the clock controls.
NOTE that updated Sunrise and Sunset times may depend on your system’s connection
to the internet or cellular phone network. Ask your installer for more information.
d. Set the days of the week for this Smart Scene to take place.
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f. Select New Action to define the response when the scheduled time occurs (see Step
#8).
g. Press  to return to the Smart Scenes menu.
8. Select Triggered Action. These options appear:
Name
Action Type
Triggered

User
Event Zone Type Restore Zone Type ∨
Trigger Zone or Device
System Operation New Action Save
Smart Scenes can be started by one or a combination of the following options:
• Event Zone Type
• Restore Zone Type
• Trigger
• System Operation
a. Event Zone Type starts the Smart Scene in response to any event (Fault, Trouble or
Alarm) in any protected Zone with a specific zone type. Select the desired option.
Typical zone types include:
• Entry/Exit (front and back doors)
• Perimeter (typically window sensors)
• Interior Follower (typically motion sensors)
• Day/Night (Usually assigned to sensitive areas where immediate notification of an
entry is always wanted.)
• 24 Hour Silent (panic button)
• 24 Hour Audible (panic button)
• Silent Burglary (typically a sensor)
• Fire No Verification (smoke detector)
• Fire With Verification (smoke detector)
• Carbon Monoxide (CO detector)
NOTE: Your system may include Zones that do not offer every Zone Type response.
b. Restore Zone Type starts the Smart Scene when any zone with the selected Zone
Type is restored (returns to its normal state, such as a door closing). The options are
the same as Event Zone Type options.
NOTE: Event Zone Type and Restore Zone Type are separate settings. For example,
a given Smart Scene can be triggered by a Fire Alarm (Fire No Verification as the
Event Zone Type) OR by an open door closing (Entry/Exit as the Restore Zone
Type).
c. Trigger starts the Smart Scene in response to a Fault, Trouble or Alarm in a particular
zone or changes to lifestyle devices.
Choosing security zone events (Fault, Trouble or Alarm) sets the button at right to
display Zone options.
NOTE: Event Zone Type, Restore Zone Type and Trigger are different kinds of
conditions.
For example, a given Smart Scene can be triggered by a Fire Alarm OR by an
Entry/Exit event. Smart Scenes can also be triggered by Trouble conditions
(Trouble as the Trigger in one of the system’s zones).

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Device-related events (such as Light On, Light Off, Door Locked, Door
Unlocked) set the button at right to Device. Choices depend on the
Automation devices installed in your system.
d. Choose a Zone or Device, depending on your selection of a Trigger above.
e. System Operation starts the Smart Scene in response to security-related events. Options
include:
• Arm Away
• Arm Stay
• Disarm
• Any Burglary Alarm
• Bell Timeout (end of the programmed time for which an alarm sounds)
• Start of Entry Delay
• End of Exit Delay
• Any Fire Alarm
f. Select New Action to define the response when the triggering event occurs.
NOTE: The 24 Hour Silent Alarm or 24 Hour Auxiliary Alarm Zone types will not
trigger the selected Smart Scene if the Any Burglary Alarm option has been
programmed.
9. New Action defines the response when the triggering event occurs. This includes users
manually running Anytime Smart Scenes, the time of Scheduled Smart Scenes and the
conditions for Triggered Smart Scenes. You can choose both Security and lifestyle
device responses. The Security choices are:
• Arm the system in Away mode.
• Arm the system in Stay mode.
• Disarm the system.
a. After choosing a Security setting, press  and then Save.
b. If you choose to work with Devices, a list of the system’s lifestyle devices appears.
c. Select one or more devices and set the device’s desired operation. (For example, set
switches to on or off, or locks to locked or unlocked.)
d. After adding a device and its desired operation to the Smart Scene, press Save. Other
available devices are displayed again so that they can be added to the Smart Scene.
NOTE: In most situations, specific Security and Device information is displayed by
pressing the down arrow on the right.
10. Press Save.
11. Press  to return to the Smart Scenes menu.

Hold
Hold allows Scheduled and Triggered Smart Scenes to be temporarily suspended.
A Scheduled Smart Scene can be put on Hold before programmed operations take place.
1. Select a Scheduled or Triggered Smart Scene.
2. Press Hold. The button is highlighted, and programmed operation will not take place.
To remove a Hold:
1. Go to the Smart Scenes menu and enter a user code with access to the desired Smart
Scene.
2. Select the Smart Scene in a list and press Hold. The button is no longer highlighted, and
the Smart Scene’s programmed operation will resume.


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Run
Smart Scenes can be manually started with the Run button. The Smart Scene’s results are
displayed when the programmed operations have been performed.
NOTE: The Run option can be used to check the outcome of a Scheduled Smart Scene at
any time.
Similarly, the outcome of a Triggered Smart Scene can be checked without creating
system conditions.
1. Select a Smart Scene in a list.
2. Press Run. The system performs the programmed operations and the results are
displayed. Successful operations are displayed with device information and a check
mark. Failed operations are displayed with an empty circle.

Show
Use the Show button to see the programmed details of a Smart Scene without running it.
1. Select a Smart Scene in a list.
2. Press Show. The Smart Scene’s category, authorized users and included devices are
displayed.


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VIDEO
Home > Video
The Lyric Controller can display live video from as many as four Wi-Fi-connected cameras.
NOTE: Lyric and its cameras must be on the same Wi-Fi network.

Viewing and Naming Cameras
1. Press Video on the Home screen. Video appears in windows or the cameras appear in a list.
OR
The system may scan for cameras; when the scan is complete, the camera list appears.
From these screens, you can:
• Press  to return to the Home screen.
• View live video.
• Name cameras.
• Add cameras to the system.
2. Select one or more cameras in the list.
• When multiple cameras are available, you may select as many as four.
• Selected cameras are highlighted and the Display option appears.
• You can also press Scan to search for other available cameras.
• Press a camera’s name again to de-select it.
3. Select Display to see video from the selected camera(s).
• Select Camera List to return to the list view.
• With multiple cameras displayed, you can select one to work with by tapping its
video window.
4. Viewing a single camera displays its details, which vary with the camera selected.
For all compatible cameras, you can:
• Name the camera. Select Name above the video display or Edit at right.
• Press Save on the on-screen keyboard.
• Show the camera full-screen by pressing . In the full-screen view, press to
return to the detail view.
Some cameras offer additional options such as pan/tilt and built-in lighting.

Adding a Camera
• Make sure that the camera is on the same Wi-Fi network as the Lyric system.
• Install the camera according to its instructions.
With the camera installed:
1. View or list cameras as above.
2. Press Scan. The system looks for available cameras.
3. When the new camera is found, you can name it as described above.

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Video Recovery
If video from remote cameras is lost or becomes distorted, the system can attempt to reset video
streaming. By default, Lyric automatically begins to recover video about 60 seconds after Wi-Fi
communication has been restored.
The default setting is automatic video recovery. You may set recovery to begin only by user
intervention.
1. Press (Security) on the Home screen.
2. On the Security menu, press Tools. Enter the Master User’s security code.
3. Press Wi-Fi Config.
4. Press the bottom button on the list of Wi-Fi options to toggle between Automatic Video
Recovery and Manual Video Recovery.
Scan Access Points




Manual Configure AP
WPS
Press WPS on the access point, then this WPS
Automatic Video Recovery

5. Press  to return to the Tools menu.

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VOICE COMMAND
Home > Security > Tools > Voice Command
Voice Command offers control of Smart Scenes and Video by speaking simple phrases. User-selected
trigger phrases spoken near the Controller alert the system to listen for further instructions.
Five of the six available Command Phrases can be assigned to trigger Smart Scenes.
The phrase “Cameras” is dedicated exclusively to the Video function. One or more cameras must be
set up for the command to launch Video.
NOTES: • Voice commands cannot disarm the system in a single action. If a Smart Scene that
disarms the system is triggered by voice command, a user code is required.
• Verbal responses from the system are available in English only.
• The controller is designed to hear trigger and commands phrases spoken in a normal
voice from about 10 feet away. Background noise may affect Lyric’s ability to
recognize commands. You may need to speak louder or move closer when there is a
lot of background noise.

Basic Setup
NOTES: • The system should be disarmed before setting up Voice Command.
• We suggest enabling Trigger Feedback until you are familiar with this feature.
However:
• Voice Command can be used without Trigger Feedback.
• You can test voice recognition without setting up Smart Scenes by going to the Home
screen and saying your trigger phrase.
If you have video cameras configured and operating, you can also test voice
recognition by saying the command “Cameras”.

Voice Control Touch to enable or disable Voice Command.
Do not confuse this setting with enabling voice announcements of system
status. See Chimes/Voice.
Enable Trigger
Feedback
Touch to turn on or mute verbal confirmation of your trigger phrase.
Trigger phrases Touch to select Hello Lyric
Hello Lyric Home or
Okay Lyric


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Voice Command Assignment
Voice Commands must be assigned to existing Smart Scenes to function. See for more
information.
NOTES: • Only the “Cameras” command is active without setup. It is not included in the
assignable commands listed below.
• Only one Smart Scene can be associated with a given voice command.
1. On the Voice Setup screen, select Voice Control. The assignable command phrases are
displayed:
Bedtime

Evening Time
Returning Home
Wake Up
Leaving the House

Select
2. Touch a command in the list and press Select. A list of Smart Scenes appears.
3. Select the Smart Scene to trigger with the command phrase and press Save.
4. The list of command phrases appears, showing the associated Smart Scene.
Returning Home
Foyer Lts ON

5. Press  to return to the previous screen.
6. Press  to return to the Tools menu OR press the button below the touch screen to return
to the Home screen.

Clearing or Changing a Voice Command
1. Select a command phrase with an assigned Smart Scene.
Smart Scenes are listed.
2. Press Clear.
OR
Select a different Smart Scene.
3. Press Save.

Using Voice Command
1. After initial setup, speak the selected trigger phrase (“Hello Lyric”, “Hello Lyric Home” or “Okay
Lyric”).
2. Lyric confirms “Hello, please say your command” (if trigger feedback is enabled) and awaits a
command phrase.
3. Speak a command phrase. If Trigger Feedback is enabled, Lyric confirms that it is processing
the command.
4. Lyric runs the assigned Smart Scene or opens the Video function.

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Additional Features
Counter
This screen summarizes the interpretation of trigger and command phrases heard by the
system. Some of the adjustments described below may be necessary.

Count Displays the number of times a trigger or command has been heard by the
controller.
Accuracy The user-set level of sensitivity to spoken trigger and command phrases.
Last 10
Accuracy
Represents the accuracy with which Lyric has interpreted the last 10 voice
commands. These figures are based on internal diagnostics. Accuracy values
range from 1-2000.
Clear Resets the Count and Last 10 Accuracy values for a single trigger or
command phrase.
Clear All Resets the Count and Last 10 Accuracy values for all trigger and command
phrases.
If users need to repeat commands or speak abnormally loudly, Lyric’s responsiveness can be
improved by changing the Accuracy value.
1. On the list shown above, select the desired phrase.
2. Find the phrase’s lowest Last 10 Accuracy number.
3. In the Accuracy column, press the displayed number. A keypad appears.
4. Enter a number moderately higher than the number cited in step #2. For example, if the
lowest Last 10 Accuracy number is 599, set the counter for 800.
5. Press Done.
If the results are unsatisfactory, try entering a higher number. Experiment until the system
works to your satisfaction.
Voice Training
Helps the system familiarize itself with users’ speech. You will be asked to speak trigger and
command phrases separately and in combination.
Log
Displays a record of detected voice commands including date and time.


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USERS AND SECURITY CODES
Home > Security > Tools > Users
Lyric uses 4-digit codes to restrict certain functions to selected users. A special 4-digit code can be
set to trigger the system’s Duress function (see below).
User codes can be used interchangeably when performing system functions (a system armed with one
user's code can be disarmed by another user's code), with the exception of the Guest Code described
below.
All users are automatically assigned a user number, which cannot be changed. Do not confuse these
user numbers with user codes.

User Codes
Master User This code is usually set when the system is installed, and can be changed later.
Typically, the Master User is a household member who can perform all system functions.
Only the Master User can add and remove users or modify their settings. Settings
include assigning security codes and user names.
Only the Master User can create Smart Scenes. Access to Smart Scenes for other users
is controlled by the Master User.
User Typical users are household members and other authorized persons who can arm and
disarm the security system, with controlled access to other system features.
Guest Visitors and others who are authorized to arm/disarm the system only at certain times
or on a temporary basis.
The Guest’s user code can be used to arm the system, but cannot disarm it unless the
system was armed using the Guest code. The Guest’s user number is 47.

Duress Code
IMPORTANT
The Duress function requires connection to an alarm monitoring service.
Household members and authorized visitors can enter this code if forced to disarm or arm the
system under threat. When the Duress code is entered, Lyric controllers and keypads appear to
behave normally, but the system silently notifies your alarm monitoring service. The Duress Code’s
user number is 48.
NOTES: • A security code cannot be assigned more than once. If an existing code is entered, the
system displays the warning User code not accepted! If this occurs, press OK to
return to user settings and assign a different code.
• The system should be disarmed before you work with User codes.
• Limited-access users such as guests and cleaning staff should not be instructed on
system functions other than those they will be using.
• The number of User Codes supported by a Z-Wave door lock can vary between
manufacturers. To ensure compatibility with Lyric, set the length of the Master User
Code on the door lock to be greater than four digits.

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Adding Users and Assigning Codes
1. On the Home screen, press Security.
2. Press Tools, and enter the Master User code.
3. Select Users. Existing Users are displayed, along with the Guest and Duress code listings.
Four asterisks appear on each listing that has a security code already established.
See User Settings for full details.
Master**** Guest****
Duress****

Edit Add New Delete



4. Create and change settings in the menu shown here (the details may vary):

Name
User 3
03

User Code

Z-wave Lock Control
No

a. Create User: Press Add New and a new user screen like the one pictured above appears.
Set the details as desired.
b. Define/Change Guest Settings: Press Guest and then Edit.
c. Set/Change Duress Code: Press Duress and then Edit. Enter a 4-digit code.
5. Save after making settings. The list of user codes reappears.
6. Press  to return to the Tools menu.

Changing Security Codes or the Duress Code
The Master User can change other users’ names and security codes as well as delete users from the
system.
1. Access the Users screen as shown above.
2. Select one of the listed users.
3. At the bottom of the screen, press Edit. User details appear. Note that a user’s number in the
system, seen at upper right in the user details, cannot be changed.

Deleting a User
The Master user can delete secondary users from the system.
1. Select one of the listed users.
2. At the bottom of the screen, press Delete. Lyric requests confirmation.
3. Press Yes.

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User Settings
User Name
Newly-created users are given a default name. To customize a user’s name:
1. Press Name at upper left on the display. A keyboard is displayed.
2. Press Clear to delete the default name.
3. Enter the desired name, using as many as 10 characters.
4. Save. User details appear.
5. Press Save again. The list of users appears, displaying your changes.
User Code
Newly-created users have no security code. To assign a code:
1. Press User Code. A keypad is displayed.
2. Press Clear if you are changing an existing code.
3. Enter a four-digit code.
4. Press Done. User details appear.
5. Save. The list of users appears.
Users and Z-Wave Lock Control
NOTE: This option only appears if Z-Wave devices are connected.
Each user can be given the ability to disarm the system by entering their code to open a Z-
Wave lock.
When creating or editing a User:
1. Set Z-Wave Lock Control to Yes. Z-Wave Unlocking Door appears.
2. Select Disarm.
3. Press Save.
With this setting, entering a valid User code at any Z-wave door lock in the system unlocks the
door and disarms the security system.

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SYSTEM SETTINGS
Brightness/Volume/Cleaning
Home > Settings
Adjust voice and system sounds with the Volume slider. System sounds include zone alert chimes
and countdown beeps.
Adjust touch screen brightness with the Brightness slider.
NOTES: • As the sliders move, Lyric previews changing volume and brightness levels.
• Voice annunciations are controlled by enabling or disabling Chimes.
• Volume settings on this menu do not affect the Voice Command feature.
• Some system event notifications can cancel cleaning mode and return the system to
normal operation.
Press Clean before cleaning the touch screen. Lyric hides the controls and counts down 15
seconds. During this time, a soft, damp cloth can be used on the screen without affecting the
controls.
Wi-Fi Configuration
Home > Security > Tools > Wi-Fi Config
Manage your system’s router here. Remember that the Lyric Controller and all Wi-Fi cameras must
be on the same network.
To View or Join Available Wi-Fi Networks
1. On the Tools menu, press the Wi-Fi Config button. A list of Wi-Fi options appears.
Scan Access Points




Manual Configure AP
WPS
Press WPS on the access point, then this WPS
Automatic Video Recovery

2. Press Scan Access Points. A list of available networks is displayed. Use the up and down arrows
to scroll through the list. Press  to return to the previous screen.
3. Select the desired network and press Edit. The network information is displayed. If a password is
required, press Key and enter the password.
4. Press Save.
5. Press  to return to the previous screen.
Manually Configure Access Point
1. On the list of Wi-Fi options, press Manual Config AP. The Wi-Fi enrollment screen appears.
2. Press SSID Name. An on-screen keyboard appears.
3. Enter the network’s name.
4. Press Save.
5. Press Security. Choose Open, wpa/wpa2, WPA2 or WEP. The Network Type is displayed.
6. If a password is required, press Key, and enter the password.
Note: If using WEP security, the encryption key you create must be 10 or 26 characters
in length. The key must consist of numerical characters 0-9 and letters A-F.
7. Press Join. A confirmation screen appears.
8. Press OK and Save.

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9. Press  to return to the previous screen.
Join a WPS Network
1. On the Lyric Controller, have the list of Wi-Fi options ready. Don’t press any buttons yet.
2. Press the WPS button on the access point device or router.
3. On the list of Wi-Fi options, press WPS. The Controller displays Please Stand by for WPS
Operation.
4. If the operation is successful, the Controller displays Device has been successfully added to
the network.
5. Press OK.
If the operation is not successful, the Controller displays Failed Operation. Device not added
to the network. Press OK.
Automatic/Manual Video Recovery
If video from remote cameras is lost or becomes distorted, the system can attempt to reset video
streaming. By default, Lyric automatically begins to recover video about 60 seconds after Wi-Fi
communication has been restored.
The default setting is automatic video recovery. You may set recovery to begin only by user
intervention.
On the list of Wi-Fi options, toggle between Automatic Video Recovery and Manual Video
Recovery.
Press  to return to the Tools menu.
Software Updates
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced
Lyric Controller
Software updates for the Lyric Controller are published periodically. Most updates request user
permission in an on-screen window. Press Accept, Yes or OK to install the update.
Certain critical updates are installed in the background. After updates of this type, information
about the update is displayed on-screen.
You can see the current version of the Controller’s software by pressing Security > Tools >
Advanced > System Information.
Sensor Firmware
SiX™ series sensors in your system are updated when the Lyric Controller’s software is updated.
Ask your installer about updating your system’s other sensors.
Key Fob Firmware (Wireless Keys)
SiX™ series key fobs: Press Update Keyfob Firmware and follow the on-screen instructions.
Ask your installer about updating your system’s other wireless keys.
Slide Show
Home > Security > Tools > Slide Show
Lyric can display your favorite photos while the Controller is idle.
1. On the Tools screen, press and then Slide Show.
2. Connect a USB drive containing your photos (.jpg format only).
3. Press Load Images.
Lyric copies compatible files from all folders on the USB drive. When loading is complete,
photos are displayed along with slide show options.
4. Remove the USB drive.
To turn off the slide show, press SLIDE AFTER until the button shows Disabled.
Press Save after changing settings.
To remove an image, touch the preview and press DELETE.
Notes: Touch the screen or the Home button to stop the slide show.

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The slide show starts only from the Home screen or the Security menu.
Store up to 30 photos in the Controller.
Date / Time
Home > Security > Tools > Date Time
Lyric’s clock and calendar are normally updated via the Controller’s network connections.
If your Controller is operating with no network connections, use these controls to set date and time
manually. Don’t forget to specify your time zone and Daylight Savings Time if necessary. Be sure to
Save your changes.
If Lyric is reconnected to the cellular phone network or the Internet, the clock and calendar are
updated automatically.
Events
Home > Security > Tools > Events
The Controller keeps logs of system events such as:
• Arm/Disarm
• Alarm, Trouble and Fault
• Changes in status of Z-Wave devices
The controller can display these logs or export them in a variety of file formats.
Viewing Events
1. On the Tools menu, press Events. A list of all events appears.
2. To see events arranged in categories, press All at lower right.
3. Options such as Alarm, Trouble, Fault and Bypass are displayed. Select the desired category.
(Categories may differ with your system’s setup.)
Exporting Events
1. Display events and press Export Logs.
2. When prompted, connect a USB storage device.
3. Select a file format. A progress display appears.
When export is done, the previous screen is displayed.
Keypad
Home > Security > Tools > Keypad
This menu displays the MAC ID of mobile devices connected to Lyric via the Honeywell Controller
app.
The MAC ID is listed here when the app is first configured for use with Lyric.
To disconnect a device, touch its listing on the screen and press Delete at lower right.
Lyric requests confirmation; press Yes to proceed.


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TESTING YOUR SYSTEM
NOTE: TESTING SHOULD BE PERFORMED WEEKLY.
Before testing, the system should be disarmed and all protected doors and windows closed. The
Home button should show green.
No alarm messages are sent to your alarm monitoring company during these tests.
Press Tools and enter the 4-digit Master User code. Press Advanced.
Testing Sensors (Walk Test)
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced > Walk Test
Start by pressing Walk Test.
The Controller’s internal sounder loudly sounds for about a second and Walk Test – Home to Quit appears
on the screen. The Controller then beeps every 30 seconds as a reminder that the system is in Test mode.
Note that Walk Test mode automatically quits after 4 hours.
Doors and
Windows
Open each protected door and window in turn and listen for three beeps from the
Controller. If programmed to do so, each zone’s voice descriptor is heard. Identification
of protection points with problems should appear on the display. Notifications of
problem zones clear when the door or window is closed.
Fire/Carbon
Monoxide sensors
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to test these devices. When a device is
activated, its identification should appear on the touch screen.
Motion Sensors Walk in front of each sensor and listen for three beeps and/or voice descriptors.
The device’s identification should appear on the display when it is activated. The
display clears when no motion is detected.
NOTE: If wireless motion detectors are in use, there is a 3-minute delay between
activations, which helps preserve battery life.
If there is a problem with any sensor (no confirming sounds, no display), notify your service company.
When all sensors have been checked (and doors and windows closed), no zone identification numbers
should appear on the touch screen.
Finish by pressing Home and entering the Master User code.
Testing Communications
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced > Comm. Test
These tests check the system’s cellular network and internet (Wi-Fi/Ethernet) connections.
On the Advanced menu, press Comm. Test. The options may vary with the devices installed in your system.
Select the desired option to test connectivity and/or send test messages to the Central Station.
If the test is successful, Lyric displays Service OK or ACK Received. Details of the test may be shown.
Test Ethernet Checks internet connectivity without sending test messages.
Send Any Sends test messages via all available connections.
Send Cellular
Message
Sends test messages via cellular network.
Send Ethernet
Message
Sends test messages via internet.
Finish by pressing  to run a different test or by pressing Home. Enter the Master User code if prompted.
Reboot
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced > Reboot
Press to restart the Controller if required. The system requests confirmation (“Are You Sure?”). Press
Yes to continue.

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MAINTENANCE
Lyric is designed to require little maintenance. However, testing the system is strongly recommended,
and regular cleaning is suggested.
• Test the system weekly.
• Test your system after any alarm occurs.
See Testing Your System for more information.
Care and Cleaning
• Do not slam sensor-protected doors or windows.
• Keep dust from accumulating on the touch screen and sensors, particularly motion sensors and
smoke or CO detectors.
• The touch screen and sensors should be cleaned carefully with a soft, dry cloth. Do not clean the
components with water or any other liquids.
• We recommend cleaning the touch screen weekly.
Press Settings on the Home screen. Press Clean. During the 15 second countdown, a soft, damp
cloth can be used on the screen without affecting the controls.
NOTE: When the security system is armed, system event notifications will cancel the
cleaning mode and return the system to normal operation. When the system is
disarmed, only certain notifications will cancel cleaning mode.
Battery Replacement
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced > Install Backup Battery
Use only batteries recommended by the installer or specified in the device’s instructions.
Lyric Controller
Replace the battery pack when Low Battery appears on the Security menu with no zone number
specified.

Follow these steps to replace the battery:

1. With the system not armed, select Tools on the Security menu. A keypad is displayed.
2. Enter the 4-digit Master User code.
3. Select Advanced.
4. Press Install Backup Battery.
Follow the on-screen instructions for changing the battery.
5. Return the Controller to its mounted position.
6. Press OK on the menu seen in step 4. The system confirms installation.
7. Press OK. The system returns to the Advanced menu.

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Sensors
Clear sensor low-battery warnings by entering a user code on the Controller. Follow the sensor’s
battery replacement instructions.
NOTE: For SiX™ series smoke sensors, remove the battery and wait for 2 minutes before
installing the replacement battery.
For other SiX™ series sensors and key fobs, remove the battery and wait about 10
seconds before installing the replacement battery.
Communication Module Replacement
Home > Security > Tools > Advanced > Install Cellular Module
Refer to the illustrations below and follow these steps to replace a communication module:


Removing the Bezel


Installing the Communication Module

1. With the system not armed, select Tools on the Security menu. A keypad is displayed.
2. Enter the 4-digit Master User code. The system displays the Tools menu.
3. Select Advanced.
4. Press Install Cellular Module.
Follow the on-screen instructions for changing the module.
5. Press OK on the screen seen in step 4. The system confirms installation.
6. Press OK. The system returns to the Advanced menu.


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STATUS INDICATORS AND BUTTONS
Zone numbers, location and other information may be displayed with status indications. Failure and
Trouble indications appear in red.
ICON DEFINITION ICON DEFINITION ICON DEFINITION

AC Power Loss


Date Time


Switch On
Switch Off

Advanced


Door
Door Open


System

Alarm


Events


Thermostat
Temperature

Alert


Fire or Heat
sensor


Trouble

Arm Away


Fire alarm


Tools

Arm Custom


Flood


User(s)

Arm Night Stay


Garage


Video

Arm Stay


Keypad


Voice Command

Disarm


Locks


Water Valves

NOT READY
to Arm


Medical alarm


Window

Automation


Message


Window Break

Automation
Failure
(Z-Wave problem)


Motion


Window Open

Battery


Notices


Zones

Bypassed Zone


Police alarm



Clean


Reminders



CO Alarm


Settings

Below the touch screen:

Communication
OK


Slide Show

Panic

Communication
Trouble


Smart Scenes


Home

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GLOSSARY

Zone Specific areas of protection in your home. Sensing devices are assigned to these
numbered Zones, with designations such as front door, kitchen window, etc. Zone
numbers appear on the display when an alarm or fault occurs.
Disarm Turns off the security portion of the system. Silences alarms and trouble indicators.
Arm Away Enables all exterior and interior security protection provided by door and window
sensors and motion detectors.
Arm Stay Enables exterior protection; sounds an alarm if protected doors or windows are
disturbed. Allows bypassing of selected zones, permitting movement within the
home without unwanted alarms.
Arm
Custom
Allows authorized users to arm the system with selected zones bypassed or with
entry delays disabled.
Quick Arm Allows household members to arm the system without entering a user code. This
feature can only be enabled by an authorized user.
Quick Exit Allows an outside door to be opened for a set time period. This feature is used for
checking the mailbox, retrieving the newspaper, etc.
Bypass Allows authorized users to exclude selected protection zones when arming the
system.
Panic Special keys on the controller activate sounders on the premises and optionally
send alert messages in various types of emergency. Connection to a central
monitoring service is required for outside emergency calls.
Duress Special code that can be entered into the system instead of a normal user code.
Sends a silent call for assistance while the Controller appears to behave normally.
Requires connection to a central monitoring service.

Z-Wave
Controller
The primary controller is the main device used to set up and control the Z-Wave
network. There can only be one primary controller and it must be used to
add/Include or delete/Exclude devices. A primary controller can be a portable
device such as a hand-held remote, a permanently mounted control panel, a Z-
wave enabled PC or a Z-Wave enabled Ethernet router/bridge.
A secondary controller cannot be used to add or delete devices. If the secondary
controller is the same model as the primary, it will have all of the primary’s
capabilities, but cannot be used to add or delete devices.
Include
Including a device pairs it with the Controller so the two can communicate. In this
document, the term Include is used interchangeably with “Add”.
Exclude
When a device is Excluded, it is removed from the system. Excluding the device
also removes the network pairing from the device’s memory. In this document, the
term Exclude is used interchangeably with “Delete”.
Important Note: A device must be Excluded before it can be moved to another network or re-
Included after a controller reset.





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FIRE/CO ALARM SYSTEM
Your fire alarm system (if installed) is active 24 hours a day, providing continuous protection. In the
event of an emergency, the installed smoke, heat and/or carbon monoxide detectors will automatically
activate your security system, triggering a loud, intermittent tone from the touch screen. The sound
alternates with the voice announcement, sounding every 15 seconds. A “FIRE” or “CO” message will
appear at your touch screen and remain on until you silence and clear the alarm display.
In Case of Fire
1. Should you become aware of a fire emergency before your detectors sense the problem, go to
the Controller and press and hold the Panic button and then select the Fire icon. The alarm will
sound and an alarm will be transmitted to the central station.
2. Evacuate all occupants from the premises.
3. If flames and/or smoke are present, leave the premises and notify your local Fire Department
immediately.
4. If no flames or smoke are apparent, investigate the cause of the alarm. The zone number of the
zone(s) in an alarm condition will appear on the touch screen.
In Case of Carbon Monoxide Alarm
1. If a high level of carbon monoxide is detected you should evacuate all occupants from the
premises and immediately move to a location where fresh air is available, preferably outdoors.
2. From a safe area, contact your central monitoring company for further instructions.
Silencing a Fire/Carbon Monoxide Alarm
1. Silence the alarm by entering the Master User code.
2. To clear the alarm, enter the Master User code again.
3. If the touch screen indicates a trouble condition after entering the Master User code a second
time, check that smoke detectors are not responding to smoke- or heat-producing objects in
their vicinity. Should this be the case, eliminate the source of heat or smoke.
4. If this does not remedy the problem, there may still be smoke in the detector. Clear it by fanning
the detector for about 30 seconds.
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NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
SMOKE DETECTOR RECOMMENDATIONS
With regard to the number and placement of smoke and heat detectors, we subscribe to the
recommendations contained in the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) Standard #72 noted
below.
Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the installation of fire detection equipment in all rooms
and areas of the household. The equipment should be installed as follows: A smoke detector installed
outside of each separate sleeping area, in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each
additional story of the family living unit, including basements and excluding crawl spaces and
unfinished attics.
In addition, the NFPA recommends that you install heat or smoke detectors in the living room, dining
room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), attic, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, basements and
attached garages.
























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Emergency Evacuation
Establish and regularly practice a plan of escape in the event of fire. The following steps are
recommended by the National Fire Protection Association:
1. Position your detector or your interior and/or exterior sounders
so that they can be heard by all occupants.
2. Determine two means of escape from each room. One path of
escape should lead to the door that permits normal exit from the
building. The other should be an alternative escape, such as a
window, should your path to that door be unpassable. Station an
escape ladder at such windows if there is a long drop to the
ground.
3. Sketch a floor plan of the building. Show windows, doors, stairs
and rooftops that can be used to escape. Indicate escape routes
for each room. Keep these routes free from obstruction and post
copies of the escape routes in every room.
4. Assure that all bedroom doors are shut while you are asleep.
This will prevent deadly smoke from entering while you escape.
5. Try the door. If the door is hot, check your alternate escape
route. If the door is cool, open it cautiously. Be prepared to slam
the door if smoke or heat rushes in.
6. When smoke is present, crawl on the ground. Do not walk
upright, since smoke rises and may overcome you. Clearer air is
near the floor.
7. Escape quickly; don't panic.
8. Establish a place outdoors, away from your house, where
everyone can meet and then take steps to contact the
authorities and account for those missing. Choose someone to
assure that nobody returns to the house — many die going back.




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REGULATORY AGENCY STATEMENTS
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) & INDUSTRY CANADA (IC)
STATEMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the
Installation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC
requires the following statement for your information:
This 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 interference to radio and
television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing
device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• 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 the 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 technician for help.
INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEMENT
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
FCC / IC STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC & de RSS-210 des Industries Canada. Son
fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences
nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue y compris les interférences causant une
réception indésirable.


RF EXPOSURE WARNING
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of
at least 7.8 in (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-located or operated in conjunction
with any other transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi-transmitter product
procedures.
MISE EN GARDE
Exposition aux Frequences Radio: L'antenne (s) utilisée pour cet émetteur doit être installée
à une distance de séparation d'au moins 7,8 pouces (20 cm) de toutes les personnes.

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS
If an external cellular radio antenna is used, the antenna may be installed or replaced ONLY by a
professional installer.

TO THE INSTALLER
The external antenna must not exceed a maximum directional gain (including cable loss) of 3.2 dBi at
850 MHz and 2.3 dBi at 1900 MHz.

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SERVICING INFORMATION
Your local Honeywell dealer is the person best qualified to service your alarm system.
Arranging a program of regular service is advisable.

Your local Honeywell dealer is:
Name:
Address:

Phone:


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OWNER'S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST
This form should be completed and forwarded to your homeowner's insurance carrier for possible premium credit.

A. GENERAL INFORMATION:
Insured's Name and Address:


Insurance Company: Policy No.:

Lyric Series Other ____________
Type of Alarm: Burglary Fire Both


Installed by: Serviced by:
Name Name

Address Address

B. NOTIFIES (Insert B = Burglary, F = Fire)
Local Sounding Device Police Dept. Fire Dept.

Central Station Name:
Address:

Phone:

C. POWERED BY: A.C. With Rechargeable Power Supply

D. TESTING: Quarterly Monthly Weekly Other

(continued on other side)

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OWNER'S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST (cont.)

E. SMOKE DETECTOR LOCATIONS
Furnace Room Kitchen Bedrooms Attic
Basement Living Room Dining Room Hall

F. BURGLARY DETECTING DEVICE LOCATIONS:
Front Door Basement Door Rear Door All Exterior Doors
1st Floor Windows All Windows Interior Locations
All Accessible Openings, Including Skylights, Air Conditioners and Vents

G. ADDITIONAL PERTINENT INFORMATION:











Signature: Date:






LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
WARNING!
While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against
burglary or fire or other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to
compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons. For example:
• Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an
alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.
• Intrusion detectors (e.g. passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will
not work without power. Battery operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if
the batteries are not put in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is
cut off for any reason, however briefly.
• Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm
receiver. Even if the signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a
metal object is moved into the path.
• A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.
• While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they
may not activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according to
data published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used
in conjunction with this System may not work are as follows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly
installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the
detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors also
may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second floor detector, for example, may
not sense a first floor or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke
detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires
caused by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper
storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson.
Depending upon the nature of the fire and/or the locations of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it
operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to
prevent injury or death.
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed in
their installation manual. Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do
create multiple beams of protection, and intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by
those beams. They cannot detect motion or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed
doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows. Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or spraying of any
material on the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system can reduce their detection ability. Passive
Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of protected area
approaches the temperature range of 90° to 105°F, the detection performance can decrease.
• Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are
located on the other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices sound on a different level of the
residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even
persons who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm is muffled from a stereo, radio, air conditioner
or other appliance, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn
hearing-impaired people or waken deep sleepers.
• Communication paths needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may
be out of service or temporarily out of service. Communication paths are also subject to compromise by
sophisticated intruders.
• Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time
to protect themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities
may not respond appropriately.
• This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is
designed to last as long as 10 years, the electronic components could fail at any time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate
maintenance. This alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are working
properly.
Installing an alarm system may make one eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a
substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act prudently in
protecting themselves and continue to insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to themselves and
their loved ones to learn about these developments.



TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Honeywell International Inc., acting through its Security & Communications business (“Seller”), 2 Corporate
Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747 warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service, normal wear and tear excepted, for 24 months from the
manufacture date code; provided, however, that in the event the Buyer presents a proper invoice relating to the
purchased product and such invoice bears a date later than the manufacture date, then Seller may at its
discretion, reflect the warranty period as commencing at invoice date. Except as required by law, this Limited
Warranty is only made to Buyer and may not be transferred to any third party. During the applicable warranty
period, Seller will repair or replace, at its sole option and as the exclusive remedy hereunder, free of charge, any
defective products.
Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product:
(i) is improperly installed, applied or maintained;
(ii) installed outside of stated operating parameters, altered or improperly serviced or repaired by anyone other
than the Seller/Seller’s Authorized Service/Repair Center;
(iii) damage is caused by outside natural occurrences, such as lightning, power surges, fire, floods, acts of
nature, or the like; or
(iv) defects result from unauthorized modification, misuse, vandalism, alterations of serial numbers, other causes
unrelated to defective materials or workmanship, or failures related to batteries of any type used in
connection with the products sold hereunder.
Exceptions to Warranty With Respect to Honeywell Products listed below:
Hardwire Contacts and PIRs – Seller warrants parts for hardwire contacts and PIRs in accordance with the terms
of the above limited warranty for a period of five (5) years from the manufacture date code.
EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE
HEREOF. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO
ANYONE FOR ANY (i) CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANY WAY TO THE PRODUCT AND/OR FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER
WARRANTY OR CONDITION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY
WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY SELLER’S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT AND
EVEN IF SELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES. Any product
description (whether in writing or made orally by Seller or Seller’s agents), specifications, samples, models,
bulletin, drawings, diagrams, engineering sheets or similar materials used in connection with the Buyer’s order
are for the sole purpose of identifying the Seller’s products and shall not be construed as an express warranty or
condition. Any suggestions by Seller or Seller’s agents regarding use, applications, or suitability of the products
shall not be construed as an express warranty or condition unless confirmed to be such in writing by Seller.
Seller does not represent that the products it sells may not be compromised or circumvented; that the products
will prevent any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the products will
in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Buyer understands that a properly installed and maintained
alarm may only reduce the risk of a burglary, robbery or fire without warning, but it is not insurance or a
guarantee that such will not occur or will not cause or lead to personal injury or property loss. CONSEQUENTLY,
SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS
BASED ON ANY CLAIM AT ALL INCLUDING A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. However, if
Seller is held liable whether directly or indirectly for any loss or damage with respect to the products it sells,
regardless of cause or origin, its maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of the
product, which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a penalty, and shall be the complete and
exclusive remedy against the Seller. Should your product become defective during the warranty, please contact
your installer to facilitate repair or replacement with Seller pursuant to the terms hereof. Seller reserves the right
to replace any defective product under warranty with new, refurbished, or remanufactured product.

SUPPORT & WARRANTY
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