Can I Use 2nd Keypad w/ Honeywell L5200, L5210, L7000?
The Honeywell 5828 and 5828V keypads are fixed English keypads and cannot be used for programming.
The 5828V has a “voice” and can speak when a zone is faulted. The 5828V will also annunciate the zone description and system status. The 5828 will display Alarm, Fire, Away, Stay, Instant, Bypass, Test, Phone, Not Ready, Chime, Bat, Cancelled and NO AC. In addition to annunicating, the 5828V will also display Alarm, Fire, Away, Stay, Instant, Bypass, Test, Phone, Not Ready, Chime, Bat, Cancelled and NO AC.
The 5828 does not have the “voice” feature but does have an internal speaker and provides a loud pulsing tone if a smoke detector goes off, and a continuous tone for a burg and panic alarm.
The 5828 and the 5828V each use 3, 1.5V AA batteries. In an effort to conserve the batteries, the 5828 and the 5828V keypad will go to sleep, and will need to be “awakened” by pressing any button. Once awakened, pressing the * key will provide updated status. It’s recommended to purchase the K0991 AC transformer which plugs into the back of the 5828 or the 5828V and into a wall outlet keeping the keypad awake all the time. This will prevent users from needing to press a key to wake the keypad up.
Installing batteries is recommended as a backup if using the AC transformer, if power is lost for any reason, the keypad will continue to run on batteries.
The 5828 and 5828V has a compatible desk mount, the 5828DM. Pairing the keypad with a desk mount allows a user to move the keypad from room to room. The 5828DM is perfect for renters or anyone who doesn’t want to make holes in a wall to mount the keypad.The 5828DM includes a power supply for the keypad and raises the keypad to a 20 degree angle.
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