How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L5210?
You can program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L5210 by putting the system unto its wireless enrollment mode and then pressing one of the two test buttons on the 5800COMBO. For full functionality, the 5800COMBO will need to be programmed with four separate zones on the L5210 System.
The Honeywell 5800COMBO performs multiple functions as a life-safety sensor. The device provides smoke/heat detection, carbon monoxide detection and freeze detection. It can also utilize a fourth zone for alerting the user when maintenance is needed. The function that a given zone performs is determined by the programmed Serial Number and Loop Number.
Complete the following steps to program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000.
1. Open enrollment mode. Start from the home screen of the Honeywell L7000 System. Make sure the system is disarmed. Choose Security > More > Tools > Installer Code (default 4112) > Program > Add New > Serial Number. The L5210 will then enter its wireless enrollment mode for learning-in new wireless devices.
2. Enroll the device. On the front of the 5800COMBO, there are two buttons that are primarily used for testing the device. One is labeled for Smoke Test, and the other is labeled for Carbon Monoxide Test. But these buttons can also be used for programming the sensor. Press and hold the Smoke Test button if you are programming the sensor for smoke/heat detection, freeze detection or maintenance. Press and hold the Carbon Monoxide Test button if you are programming the sensor for carbon monoxide detection. The system will beep when it has recognized the input. You must activate the corresponding button three times for the sensor to learn with the system. You will then be taken back to the previous screen, and the serial number will be filled-in.
3. Adjust the settings. Proceed with configuring the zone settings.
The Serial Number should be filled-in after completing Step 2. The smoke/heat, freeze and maintenance functions all have the same Serial Number. But the carbon monoxide function has a Serial Number that is one digit higher at the end.
Set the Loop Number to Loop 1 if the zone is being used for smoke/heat detection or carbon monoxide detection. Set the Loop Number to Loop 2 if the zone is being used for maintenance. Set the Loop Number to Loop 3 if the zone is being used for freeze. Loop 4 is not used with the 5800COMBO.
The Zone Descriptors are used to identify the zone when the sensor is activated. The panel will speak out the Zone Descriptor so that the user can identify the zone.
Device Type should be set to "Smoke Detector" for smoke/heat, "Carbon Monoxide Detector" for carbon monoxide, "Temperature" for freeze or "Other" for maintenance.
The Response Type option should be set to either "Fire with Verification" or "Fire no Verification" for smoke/heat, "Carbon Monoxide" for carbon monoxide , "24-Hr. Auxiliary" for freeze or "Trouble" for maintenance.
Make sure Alarm Report is set to "Yes" and Supervision is "Enabled".
4. Save the changes. Press "Save" in the bottom-right corner of the screen to save any changes that were made. Then keep pressing the return arrow in the upper-right corner until you return to the main screen. Make sure to select "Yes" when asked if you want to allow the installer to re-enter programming. Then repeat the process starting from Step 1 to program the other functions for the 5800COMBO if needed.
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