Wireless Alarm Control Panels Frequently Asked Questions

Do the Honeywell Lynx Systems Require RF Line of Sight?
Honeywell Lynx Systems never use line of sight. RF communication does not require line of sight. Lynx panels use RF to communicate with 5800 Series devices.
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How Do I Program a SiXPIR to the Lyric Gateway?
In order to enroll a SiXPIR with a Lyric Gateway system, you must contact your alarm monitoring company and have them put the Lyric Gateway into learn mode.
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How Do I Connect a Z-Wave Door Lock to My Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
A Z-Wave door lock can be programmed with a Qolsys IQ Panel 2 by auto-enrolling the lock with the system. Make sure to test the lock after learning it in.
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Is a Honeywell 5818MNL compatible with a 2GIG GC3?
As a 5800 Series sensor, the Honeywell 5815MNL is compatible with the 2GIG GC3. No additional add-ons are needed to use the 5818MNL with a 2GIG GC3 panel.
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How do I Install the XCVR2 on my 2GIG GC3 Alarm Panel?
The XCVR2 is not compatible with the 2GIG GC3, instead, install the XCVR3-GC3 to support the Image2-GC3 image sensor. Read on to see how it installs.
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How Do I Add a Remote Keypad to the Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
A keypad can be added to the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 by pairing the keypad with the panel from the installer menu. Only the IQ Remote will work as a remote keypad.
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How Do I Program a SiXFOB to a Lyric Gateway?
The only way to learn-in a SiXFOB with a Lyric Gateway is to have your monitoring company remotely put the Gateway into learn mode and then enroll the device.
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How Do I Add a 5869 to a LYNX Touch or Lyric System?
A Honeywell 5869 can be added to a LYNX Touch or a Lyric system by programming the device to the panel and then installing the device in a desired location.
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How Do You Add a 2GIG AC2-PLUG to the 2GIG GC3?
The 2GIG AC2-PLUG power transformer connects directly to female barrel connection of the 2GIG GC3. Using the AC2-PLUG will make it easier to power the panel.
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What is the Difference Between a Master Code and a Normal User Code?
A master code has the ability to add, edit, and delete other user codes. It can never deleted, only edited. A user code can only arm, disarm, and bypass.
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