How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000?
You can program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000 by putting the system into its wireless enrollment mode and then pressing one of the test buttons on the device. The sensor must be programmed to five separate zones on the L7000 in order for its complete functionality to be utilized.
The Honeywell 5800COMBO is a multi-purpose life-safety sensor that offers smoke/heat detection, carbon monoxide detection and freeze detection. Each type of detection requires its own wireless zone on the system. This means that a 5800COMBO will require three zones on the L7000 to perform every alarm function. Additionally, the device can use fourth and fifth zones for maintenance and supervision. The type of function that a zone for the 5800COMBO will perform is determined by the programmed Serial Number and the Loop Number.
|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)||
Complete the following steps to program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000:
1. Access enrollment mode. Start from the home screen of the L7000 with the system disarmed. Choose Security > More > Tools > Installer Code (default is 4112) > Program > Zones > Add New > Serial Number. This will put the L7000 into its wireless enrollment mode for learning in wireless devices.
2. Enroll the sensor. The 5800COMBO has two test buttons that are used primarily for testing the device. However, these buttons can also be used for enrollment. If you are enrolling the device for smoke/heat detection, freeze detection or maintenance, you will use the Smoke Test button. If you are enrolling the device for carbon monoxide detection, you will use the CO Test button. Press and hold the correct button. The system should recognize the sensor and chime. You will need to activate the appropriate button three times to learn it in. After that, you will be taken back to the zone programming menu for that particular wireless zone.
3. Configure the settings. The Serial Number should have been automatically assigned in the previous step. Smoke/heat, freeze and maintenance all use the same serial number, while carbon monoxide uses a serial number that is one digit higher.
The Loop Number should be set to 1 if the zone is being used for Smoke/Heat or Carbon Monoxide detection. The Loop Number should be set to 2 for smoke maintenance or CO end-of-life supervision. The Loop Number should be set to 3 for freeze. Loop Number 4 does not need to be programmed, but it will act as the tamper loop if the 5800COMBO is removed from its mounting base.
The Zone Descriptors are used for naming the zone.
The Device Type should be set to "Smoke Detector" for smoke/heat, "Carbon Monoxide Detector" for CO, "Temperature" for freeze and "Other" for maintenance.
For the Response Type, if smoke/heat, choose "Fire with Verification" or "Fire no Verification". If CO, choose "Carbon Monoxide". If freeze, choose "24-Hr. Auxiliary". If maintenance, choose "Trouble" or "Day/Night" or "24 Hr. Auxiliary".
Alarm Report should be set to yes, and supervision should be set to yes.
Once all programming options have been properly set, be sure to press "Save" at the bottom right of each zone programming screen.
4. Repeat the process. You will then need to repeat the process for each of the the other functions you choose to use. Once you have finished programming all the zones, keep pressing the return arrow in the upper-right corner of the screen until you are returned to the main screen.
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