Honeywell LYNX Touch Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Link Two Honeywell LYNX Systems Together?
It is not possible to pair a Honeywell LYNX Touch System with another LYNX Panel. However, you can add a 5828 as a secondary keypad. Learn about the Honeywell LYNX Touch Systems.
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How Do I Program a Honeywell Alarm With No Master Code?
The Master Code is not required when programming a Honeywell Alarm System. Instead, the Installer Code is used. Learn about Honeywell Alarm Systems.
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How Do I Disable Auto-Stay Arming on a Honeywell LYNX Touch System?
Auto-Stay Arming will have a LYNX Touch revert to Arm Stay mode if no entry/exit zone is faulted during the exit delay period while Arming Away. Learn how to disable this feature.
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How Do I Set My Honeywell Alarm System When I Leave the House?
The standard practice when a user leaves their property is to set their alarm system to Arm Away mode. Learn how you can set your Honeywell Alarm System to Arm Away.
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How Do Wireless Sensors Connect to a Honeywell Alarm System?
Most Honeywell Alarm Systems accept 345 MHz wireless signals. The system will need a compatible wireless receiver. Learn how wireless sensors connect to a Honeywell Alarm System.
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How Do I Change an Installer Code on a Honeywell System?
The Installer Code is used for entering programming and making system changes. We advise keeping the code at its default, but it can be changed. Learn to change your Honeywell IC.
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Are LYNX Touch Panels Compatible with Alarm.com?
Honeywell LYNX Touch Panels do not work with Alarm.com. But they can be used with Total Connect 2.0, which offers similar features. Learn more about the LYNX Touch Panels.
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How Do I Add a Honeywell 5828 to a LYNX Touch?
A 5828 Keypad is programmed with a LYNX Touch by matching the House ID for the keypad and the panel and by setting the System Type to 2 for LYNX. Learn how to program a 5828.
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Why Did My Panel Report Code E339 "Power on Reset"?
A Honeywell Panel will report the message E339 "Power on Reset" when its communicator has been reset. The communicator for a Honeywell System will reset whenever programming changes are sent to the module or when the module is powered off and then back on. Learn more about the E339 message.
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How Do I Program a Motion to Arm In Stay Mode on my Honeywell L5210, L7000?
A motion sensor can be armed in stay mode by setting its Response Type to "Perimeter". This will cause the motion to arm in both arm stay and arm away modes.
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