Wired to Wireless Security System Converters Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Need to Use End Of Line Resistors With the Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F?
All zones for the Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F must have an end of line resistor. This includes empty zones that are not actively being used. Learn about the Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F.
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Can The Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F Support End Of Line Resistor Learning?
Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F modules produced in week 40 of 2019 and beyond support EOLR learning for resistor values from 1k to 10k. Learn more about the Qolsys IQ Hardwire 16-F.
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What Is a Qolsys Hardwire 16-F?
If you are upgrading to a wireless 319.5 MHz alarm system from a hardwired system, then the Qolsys Hardwire 16-F is for you. Learn about the Qolsys Hardwire 16-F.
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How Do I Replace My Existing Wired Panel With the Qolsys Hardwire 16-F?
Mark the existing wires, then move them from the panel to the 16-F. Enroll the Hardwire 16-F and its zones to the panel and finally, test the zones. Learn about the Hardwire 16-F.
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Will The Lyric Controller Work With Wired Honeywell Sensors?
The only way to make a Lyric Controller support wired sensors is to use a wired to wireless converter. A good device for this is the Honeywell 5800C2W. Learn about wired sensors.
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Why Do I Have a Trouble Condition on One of My 5800C2W Zones?
The Honeywell 5800C2W shows trouble conditions for low battery, supervision loss, AC loss and cover tamper. It supervises on the lowest calibrated zone. Learn about the 5800C2W.
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How Do I Set Up the Honeywell 5800C2W with a Lyric Controller?
Each wired zone should be physically connected to the 5800C2W. Once connected, each wired input should be learned into a wireless zone on the Lyric. Learn to use the 5800C2W.
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How Do I Incorporate a Wired Contact Sensor with a Wireless Alarm System?
There are a few different ways that a wired alarm contact can be used with a wireless system. The most common way is to use a converter. Learn about wired alarm contacts.
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How Many Hardwired Zones Are On a Interlogix Simon XTi or XTi-5?
The Simon XTi and XTi-5 both support two hardwired zones. These zones are part of the 40 total zones that can be supported by the panel. If a user wants to use additional wired sensors, a wired to wireless converter is needed. Learn more about using hardwired sensors with an Interlogix System.
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How Many Hardwired Zones Are On an Interlogix Simon XT?
The Interlogix Simon XT will support up to 40 different zones. Two of these zones can be hardwired or wireless, while the other 38 can only be wireless. Hardwired sensors can also use a wireless transmitter to communicate with the Simon XT. Learn more about using hardwired zones with the Simon XT.
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