Wireless Heat Detectors 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 Wireless Zone on My Honeywell VISTA-20P?
A wireless zone can be programmed on a VISTA-20P system by using an alphanumeric keypad to access zone programming. From there, you can program the zone.
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How Do I Program the 2GIG SMKT3-345 to the Lyric Gateway 2GIG GC3?
You can add a 2GIG SMKT3-345 combination smoke, heat and freeze detector to your GC3 security system, by accessing the system programming menu for your panel.
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How Do I Program a Wireless Sensor on my Honeywell LYNX Touch?
Wireless sensors can be programmed to a LYNX Touch system through the panel's zone programming menu. You will need the installer code to access the menu.
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Why Does My Security System Need a Honeywell 5800RP?
A wireless Honeywell security system needs a Honeywell 5800RP to extend the range of its radio frequency. This can solve issues such as RF supervision loss.
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Which Sensors are Compatible with 2GIG?
Many sensors are compatible with 2GIG security panels. In addition to the 2GIG brand of wireless sensors, Honeywell 5800 Series sensors can be used as well.
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How Do You Add a 2GIG SMKT2-345 to the 2GIG GC3?
A 2GIG SMKT2-345 can be added to a 2GIG GC3 security system through system programming. You will need the installer code for the system to access this menu.
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What Frequency Do the 5800 Sensors Operate at?
Honeywell's 5800 series wireless devices operate at 345 MHz. This frequency was assigned to them by the FCC, and should operate free of interference in the US.
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How Do I Program a 5800RP to a Lyric Controller or a Lynx Touch?
A 5800RP is programmed to a Honeywell security system by assigning it to a zone. This will provide the panel with notices regarding the status of the 5800RP.
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How do I program a SiXSmoke to a Lyric Gateway?
Since the Lyric Gateway doesn't provide access to user programming, you must contact your alarm monitoring company to program a SiXSmoke sensor to the device.
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