Honeywell L5100 vs L3000
Honeywell’s L5100 is a self contained wireless control panel which has a 4.7” graphic touchscreen which will display local News, Weather, Traffic and dealer/monitoring station message when connected to Total Connect. The L5100 has 1 hardwired zone and 63 wireless zones totaling 64 zones. the L5100 supports up to 16 user codes (includes a duress code). The L5100 has an awesome feature call Advanced Protection Logic, also known as APL. APL will send a signal to a monitoring station if the system is tampered with during the entry and communications delay time. The L5100 also has an Exit error feature, this feature detects the difference between an actual alarm and an exit alarm caused by leaving a door open after the exit delay expires.The L5100 provides 4 options for communication. Installing a cell communicator, GSMVLP5-4G, Wifi connection by installing an L5100 Wifi module, dual communication by installing both the cell communicator and the WiFi module or by connecting to a land line. The L5100 control panel is compatible with Honeywell’s 5800 series devices. Honeywell’s 5828 and 5828V are the compatible 2nd keypad choices.
Honeywell’s L3000, also known as Lynx Plus, is also a wireless self contained control panel. The L3000 has a real time clock and alpha keypad display. The L3000 has 1 hardwired zone and up to 24 wireless zones. It also has 16 wireless keyfob zones which can be used for wireless devices provided a total of up to 40 wireless zones. The L3000 supports up to 8 user codes (includes a duress code). The L3000 also provide 4 options for communication. Cell communication, GSMVLP4G, Internet communication 7847i, a land line and for dual communication a cell and land line connection.
Both the L5100 can L3000 are very easy to install and remove and the L5100 can also be paired with LT Cable making installation even easier. Both panels can be wall or desk mounted making them ideal for renters.
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