How Do You Add A 5828 Keypad To The L7000 Lynx Touch?

Remove the front cover of the 5828 keypad. Install 3 (three) AA batteries in the battery compartment. Reattach the cover, attach the keypad to the mounting plate if installing on a wall or place on a desk mount. The House ID code and the System Type must be programmed into the keypad. The same House ID code must be programmed into the L7000 control panel. Programming different House ID codes will not enable communication.

To program House ID code into the L7000 panel, press the “Security” icon on the home front screen. Press “More”, than “Tools”. Enter the installer code 4112 (Honeywell factory default), press “Program”, then “System Type”. Press “RF” code (this will be the House ID). Enter any 2 (two) digit code of choice from 02-31 (zero, two - thirty-one). Press “Done”, then “Save”.

To enter programming on the 5828 keypad, press the number 1 (one) and the number 3 (three) keys at the same time and hold for 5 (five) seconds. The keypad display will alternately flash double zeros (00) and double dashes (--). Press the number 1 (one) to enter the House ID code. Enter the 2 (two) digit House ID code that you previously programmed into the L7000 control panel, (any 2 (two) digit combination from 02-31, (two-thirty-one)). The keypad display will now flash alternately 1 (one) and the 2 (two) digit House code. Press star (*) to continue. Press the number 2 (two) for System Type, press the number 2 (two) again for Lynx, the keypad display will flash alternating from 2 (two) to 2 (two). Press star (*) to continue. Press the number 3 (three) to program Exit Delay. Press 0-9 (zero-nine), keep in mind each number equals 15 (fifteen) seconds. The exit delay time should match the Exit delay programmed in the L7000 control panel. The keypad display with flash alternating 3 (three) and the number selected. Press the number 5 (five) key, then press the number 2 (two). The keypad will flash alternating 5 (five) and the number 2 (two), press the star (*) to continue. Pressing the number 5 (five) will enable wireless protocol. Press the number 6 (six) then either the number 0 (zero) for panic key or the number 1 (one) for single button arming. This must match what is programmed in the L7000 control panel. The keypad display will flash alternating 6 (six) and either 0 (zero) or 1 (one). Press star (*) to continue. Press the number 7 (seven) and then the number 1 (one) to restore factory settings. The keypad display will flash alternating 7 (seven) and 1 (one), press the star (*) to continue.

If installing the 5828V keypad, to enable voice, press the number 4 (four), then the number 1 (one) to enable, 0 (zero) to disable, the keypad will flash alternating 4 (four) and either 1 (one) or 0 (zero). Press star (*) and EXIT programming.

The 5828, 5828V keypads will automatically exit programming after 15 seconds of the last key pressed if there is no activity. Pressing any key will continue a 15 second active time. If the keypad times out before the star (*) is pressed, you will need to re-enter programming and reprogram the option.

Note: This process is basically the same for any LYNX Touch System.

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No, the 6160RF is a wired keypad for a VISTA alarm system and it won't work with an all-in-one wireless LYNX Touch L7000 panel. If you want extra keypads for an L7000, you need to use the 5828 or 5828V wireless keypads.
Does 6160RF keypad work with Lynx 7000 wifi + zwave device?
Yes, thanks for pointing out the mistake. We have updated the language.
Should option 5 actually be 2 instead of 1? The L7000 is a Lynx Touch, not the original Lynx?

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