How Many Protection Zones Does A L7000 Panel Have?

Honeywell’s Lynx Touch L7000 is the latest version of the Lynx series. The Lynx Touch L7000 has the largest screen touchscreen, it’s a 7” (seven) graphic color and the most zones.

The Lynx Touch L7000 has 104 zones total. 1 (one) hardwire zone, 79 (seventy-nine) wireless zones, 24 (twenty-four) keyfob zones, 4 (four) garage door zones, 8 (eight) temperature zones and 2 (two) resident monitor zone types. The Lynx Touch L7000 has a total of 80 protection zones.1 (one) hardwire and 79 (seventy-nine) programmable wireless zones.

The 1 (one) hardwire zone supports both open circuit and closed circuit devices. The hardwire panel zone cannot be programmed as fire. Zone 1 (one) is usually used for hardwire.

Zone 2 (two) is primarily the entry/exit door, while zone 3 (three) is the secondary entry, further away from the keypad such as back door, garage door, etc.

Zones 4 (four) - 44 (forty-four) RF protection zones, 45 (forty-five) - 48 (forty-eight) Garage zones, 49 (forty-nine) - 80 (eighty) RF protection zones, 140 (one hundred forty) - 147 (one hundred forty-seven) keyfob zones, 148 (one hundred forty-eight) - 163 (one hundred sixty-three) RF protection zones, 180 (one hundred eighty) - 187 (one hundred eighty-seven) Temperature (ZWAVE), 95 (ninety-five) Fire, 96 (ninety-six) Medical, 99 (ninety-nine) Police keypad panics.

Fire with No Verification can be assigned to any wireless RF zone. This zone is always active and can never be bypassed.

Fire with Verification can be assigned to any wireless RF zone. It cannot be used with heat detectors, combo heat and smoke detectors or fire pull stations. This zone is always active and not be bypassed.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors can be assigned to any wireless RF zone. This zone is always active and can never be bypassed.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide are considered life safety devices which are never allowed to be bypassed.

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On a Honeywell hybrid or wireless system, each wireless sensor is a zone. You can setup the zones however you'd like as each zone is configurable. Depending on which system you have, there are ways to group bypass multiple zones at once even with each device being a separate zone.
Question about zones - Zone 2 would be used for the primary entry/exit door. Zone 3 is for a secondary entry/exit door. Then zones 4 - 44 are for other RF sensors. My question is when I add wireless sensors to the system, for example 5811 window wireless sensors, do I assign each new sensor its own zone? Or do I add like sensors to a single zone? For example: Let's say I have a bedroom with 4 windows. Each window has a 5811 wireless sensor on it. Do I put each of those sensors on the same zone, like zone 4? Or do I put them each on their own zone using something like zones 4, 5, 6, and 7? Assuming I can put multiple sensors on a single zone I can see where that could be beneficial in case I wanted to bypass a zone it would bypass all the sensors in that zone at the same time. I just don't know if it's technically possible to put more than a single wireless sensor in a zone. Thanks

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