How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the Lyric Security System?

You can program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the Lyric Security System through the panel's zone programming menu. This menu will allow you to learn-in the sensor and adjust all of its settings and configurations. You will need to know the Installer Code for the system to access this menu.

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Complete the following steps to program a Honeywell 5808W3 to a Lyric Controller:

1. Access zone programming. From the home screen of the Lyric, click on Security > Tools > enter the Installer Code (default 4112) > Program > Zones. This will take you into zone programming.

2. Learn in the device. Click on an available wireless zone to highlight it. Then press the "Edit" button in the bottom-left corner of the screen to enter the settings menu for that zone. Click on the "Serial Number" field in the upper-left corner of the zone settings screen. This will put the Lyric Controller into learn mode. Fault and restore the 5808W3 three times to auto-enroll it with the system. You can fault and restore the device by twisting it counterclockwise to unlatch it from its mounting plate, and then twisting it back clockwise to re-secure it. After the second fault and restore, the serial number should be displayed on the screen. After the third time, the panel should beep three times, and you will be taken back to the zone settings screen.

3. Adjust the settings. Once you have learned in the sensor, you must adjust the settings for the zone.

The Loop Number will determine which function the 5808W3 device will perform. Loop Number 1 is for smoke and heat detection. Loop Number 2 is for maintenance. Loop Number 3 is for freeze detection. Loop Number 4 is not used by the 5808W3. The sensor must be programmed to three separate zones using the three different Loop Number options in order for all three functions to be utilized simultaneously.

The Zone Descriptors are used to name the device. We advise giving the sensor an easy name to remember, such as "Bedroom Smoke" or "Living Room Smoke".

If the zone is being used for Smoke & Heat Detection (Loop 1), set the Device Type to "Smoke Detector". If the zone is being used for Maintenance (Loop 2), set the Device Type to "Other". If the zone is being used for Freeze Detection (Loop 3), set the Device Type to "Temperature".

Set the Response Type based on use of the zone. For Loop 1, choose either "Fire With Verification" or "Fire No Verification". For Loop 2, choose "General Monitor". For Loop 3, choose "24 Hour Auxiliary".

Alarm Report should be set to "Yes" if the zone is being used for Smoke and Heat Detection. Otherwise, set Alarm Report to "No". This will prevent the central station from receiving an alarm event regarding a maintenance signal or a temperature alert.

Turn the Chime option on if you want the system to produce a chime when the sensor is activated. You can choose from various chime options.

Set supervision to "Supervised". This way, the sensor will check-in with the panel periodically to let the system know that it is functioning properly.

After making your selections, press "Save" in the bottom-right corner of the screen to save your changes.

4. Exit Programming. Repeatedly press the return arrow in the upper-right corner of the screen until you are taken back to the home screen.

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