Can I Get An Alarm Even If I'm Renting?
Both the L5200 and L7000 are wireless self contained systems that are compatible with an optional desk mount and if used, there will be absolutely no holes required to be drilled. No wires and holes make both these systems ideal for a renter as they can easily be removed and moved with the user.
The LT Cable makes it easy to connect the power supply (transformer) to the panel. Both the L5200 and L7000 have a DC plug built into the circuit board and the LT Cable has a DC connector on one end. Plug in the DC connector to the power supply receptacle found at the bottom left of the Lynx Touch circuit board, between the speaker and the terminal block. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to loosen the screws on the transformer. Slide the spade connectors at the other end of the LT Cable underneath the screw heads. Making sure to put the red wire's spade connector under the screw labeled '+' (plus) and the black wire's spade connector under the '-' (minus) screw terminal. Tighten the screws to secure the connection. Plug the transformer into a wall outlet that is not controlled by a on/off switch.
The wireless devices are easy to install with the double sided adhesive that is included with each device.
Both the L5200 and the L7000 have several options to communicate.
The L5200 can be connected to a phone line, gsm cell communicator, internet communicator, wifi module or dual communication (installing both a wifi communicator and gsm cell communicator or connecting to a landline with a gsm cell communicator as back up).
The L7000 is the first of Honeywell control panels that are not compatible with a land line but still have several ways to communicate. The iLP5 internet communicator, a gsm cell communicator, wifi module or dual communication by connecting both the wifi module and gsm cell communicator.
The ILP5 internet communicator and a gsm cell communicator cannot be used as dual because they connect to the same port on the control panel.
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