How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L5210?
You can program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L5210 through the zone programming menu of the panel. You will use this menu to learn-in the sensor and adjust all of its settings and configurations. The sensor will need three separate wireless zones in order to perform all of its functions.
Complete the following steps to program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L5210:
1. Choose a wireless zone. From the home screen of the L5210, choose Security > More > Tools > enter Installer Code (default is 4112) > Program > Zones. This will take you into zone programming. Then use the up and down arrows on the right side of the screen to locate an available wireless zone. Once you have found a zone, click on that zone to highlight it. Then press the "Edit" button in the lower-left corner of the screen to adjust the settings for that zone.
2. Auto-enroll the sensor. For best results, we recommend auto-enrolling the 5808W3 with the L5210 Alarm System. To do this, click on the Serial Number field in the upper-left corner of the screen. This will put the L5210 Panel into learn mode. With the 5808W3 powered on and secured to its mounting plate, fault and restore the device three times. To fault the device, turn the smoke and heat detector counterclockwise to unlatch it from its mounting plate. Then restore the device by turning it clockwise to re-secure it to the mounting plate. After the second fault and restore, the L5210 Panel should display the serial number for the 5808W3 device. After three faults and restores, the panel should beep three times, and you will be taken back to the configurations screen for that wireless zone. This will confirm that you have successfully auto-enrolled the device.
3. Adjust the settings. After auto-enrolling the device, you must adjust its settings so that it will function properly.
Loop Number refers to the function that will be performed by the device. The 5808W3 can use Loop Numbers 1, 2 and 3. In order to have the 5808W3 perform all three functions, the device must be programmed with the panel using three separate wireless zones. Each zone will be assigned its own Loop Number. The functions for each Loop Number are as follows:
- Loop Number 1: Smoke & Heat Detection
- Loop Number 2: Maintenance
- Loop Number 3: Freeze Detection
The Zone Descriptions are used for naming the device. We recommend naming the 58083 something easy to remember, such as "Bedroom Smoke".
Set Device Type to "Smoke Detector" if the zone is being used for Smoke & Heat Detection (Loop 1). Set Device Type to "Other" if the zone is being used for Maintenance (Loop 2). See the Device Type to "Temperature" if the zone is being used for Freeze Detection (Loop 3).
Set the Response Type to an appropriate setting for that Zone. For Loop 1, this is "Fire With Verification" or "Fire No Verification". For Loop 2, this is "General Monitor". For Loop 3, this "24 Hour Auxiliary".
Alarm Report should only be set to "Yes" if the zone is being used for Smoke and Heat Detection. Otherwise, set this to "No", as you do not want to send a distress signal to a monitoring station regarding a maintenance signal or a low-temperature.
Set the Chime if you want the system to produce a chime when the sensor is activated.
Set Supervision to "Supervised". This will have the sensor check-in with the panel to ensure that it is being detected properly.
Once you have finished making your selections, press the "Save" button in the lower-right corner of the screen to save your changes.
4. Exit programming. Keep pressing the return arrow in the upper-right corner of the screen until you return to the home screen. Make sure to choose "Yes" when asked if you want to allow the installer to re-access programming.
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