How Do I Program a Honeywell 5800COMBO to a Honeywell Lyric Controller?
You can program a Honeywell 5800COMBO to a Honeywell Lyric Controller by putting the system into its wireless enrollment mode for learning-in new sensors and then pressing one of the device's test buttons. The Honeywell 5800COMBO will require five wireless zones for complete functionality.
The Honeywell 5800COMBO is a wireless life-safety sensor. This multipurpose device offers support for smoke/heat detection, carbon monoxide detection and low-temperature detection. Each function uses its own wireless system zone. To perform all of these functions, the 5800COMBO will need three system zones. The sensor can also use two additional zones for maintenance and supervision. The function for each zone is set based on the Serial Number and Loop Number. The Smoke Sensor Loops use the main device Serial Number. The CO Sensor Loops use a Serial Number that is one digit higher. So if the Smoke Serial Number is 1234567, then the CO Serial Number will be 1234568. The table below shows all of the Loop Numbers and Serial Numbers.
|SMOKE Sensor Loops - Serial Number 1||CO Sensor Loops - Serial Number 2|
|Loop 1 - Heat/Smoke Alarm (Program as Fire)||Loop 1 - Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm - (Use CO Zone Type 14)|
|Loop 2 - Maintenance (Program as 24 Hr. Trouble or 24 Hr. Auxiliary)||Loop 2 - End-of-Life (Trouble) (Program as 24 Hr. Auxiliary)|
|Loop 3 - Low Temperature - Freeze Warning (Program as 24 Hr. Auxiliary or Day/Night)||
|Loop 4 - Tamper (Automatically enrolled, no special programming required)||
If you would like to program a Honeywell 5800COMBO to a Honeywell Lyric Controllers, complete the following steps:
1. Enter enrollment mode. Start from the main screen of the Lyric with the system disarmed. Go to Security > Tools > Installer Code (default 4112) > Program > Zones > Add New > Serial Number. This will put the Lyric into its wireless enrollment mode.
2. Enroll the sensor. Since the Honeywell 5800COMBO is part of the Honeywell 5800 Series, you should make sure the RF Type is set to 5800. This option is found directly above the "Done" button the lower-right corner. Once you have done that, you can use one of the device's test buttons to transmit a signal to the Lyric System. Use the Smoke Test button to enroll for smoke/heat, maintenance or low-temperature. Use the CO Test button to enroll for CO detection or end of product life detection. Press and hold the appropriate button for a few seconds. The panel should beep to confirm that it has recognized the sensor. Then press and hold the test button a second time. The panel should beep twice and display the Serial Number. Finally, press and hold the button a third time. The panel should beep three times, and you will be taken back to the previous screen.
3. Adjust the settings. Go through and configure each setting. The Serial Number should already be set if the last step was performed correctly. Smoke and heat detection, freeze detection and maintenance all use the device's primary Serial Number. Carbon monoxide detection and end of product life detection use a Serial Number that is one digit higher.
Set the Loop Number to 1 if the zone is being programmed for smoke/heat or CO detection. Set the Loop Number to 2 if the zone is being used for maintenance or end of product life detection. Set the Loop Number to 3 for freeze detection. Loop Number 4 does not need to be used, but it will have the zone act as a tamper detection zone if the device is ever removed from its mounting base.
You can use the Zone Descriptors to name the zone. The Lyric System will speak out this name whenever the sensor activates.
Set the Device Type to "Smoke Detector" for smoke/heat detection. Set the Device Type or "Carbon Monoxide Detector" for CO detection. Set the Device Type to "Temperature" for low-temperature or freeze detection. Set the Device Type to "Other" for maintenance.
Set the Response Type to either "Fire with Verification" or "Fire no Verification" for smoke/heat. Set the Response Type to "Carbon Monoxide" for CO detection. Set the Response Type to "24-Hr. Auxiliary" for low-temperature or freeze detection. Set the Response Type to "Trouble", "Day/Night" or "24-Hr. Auxiliary" for maintenance.
Set Alarm Report to "Yes". Set Supervision to "Yes".
Once you have finished programming, choose "Save" in the bottom-right corner.
4. Program each zone. If necessary, start the process from the beginning, and program each of the needed functions for the 5800COMBO device. When finished, repeatedly press the return arrow in the upper-right corner until you return to the main screen.
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