How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L7000?
You can program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L7000 by putting the system into its device enrollment mode and then pressing the test button on the smoke detector three times to enroll it with the system. The settings and configurations for the sensor can then be adjusted as needed,
The Honeywell 5808W3 is a wireless smoke and heat detector that can also be used as a freeze detector. The device will need to be programmed with two separate zones to provide full functionality. The first zone is used for smoke and heat detection, and the second zone is for freeze detection. But if a user only intends on using the device for one of these functions, then only one system zone will be needed. The device operates at a wireless frequency of 345 MHz, making it compatible with virtually any Honeywell Alarm System with a wireless receiver.
Complete the following steps to program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L7000:
1. Open enrollment mode. Start from the main screen of the L7000 with the system disarmed. Go to Security > More > Tools > Installer Code (default is 4112) > Program > Zones > Add New > Serial Number. The L7000 will now be in its enrollment mode for learning-in new wireless sensors.
2. Activate the sensor. With the L7000 in its enrollment mode, the 5808W3 must be activated three times to auto-enroll. To activate the 5808W3, press the test button on the front. You will need a thin object, such as a paper clip or tooth pick, to complete this process. After each successful activation, the panel will confirm by making a chime. You will return to the previous screen once the serial number has been learned-in with the L7000 System.
3. Adjust the settings. Go through the settings and configurations and adjust them as needed. The Loop Number should be set to 1 for smoke and heat detection or 3 for freeze detection. The Zone Descriptors are used to name the sensor. We recommend choosing something easy to remember, such as "Bedroom Smoke" or "Basement Freeze". The Device Type should be set to "Smoke Detector" or "Temperature" depending upon the purpose of this zone. Response Type should be either "Fire with Verification" or "Fire no Verification" for smoke and heat detection, or it can be set to "24-Hour Auxiliary" for freeze detection. Alarm Report should be set to "Yes", and Supervision should be enabled.
4. Save the settings. Press "Save" in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Then repeatedly press the return arrow in the upper-right corner until you are taken back to the home screen. Choose "Yes" when asked if you want to allow the installer to re-enter programming.
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