Frequently Asked Questions

Can an End of Line Relay Cause Power Failure on a Zone?
End of Line relays are used on 4-wire smoke zones to alert the end-user if the smokes experience power loss, but wouldn’t cause a power failure. Read on!
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Can I Wire a 6150 to an AUX Power Supply?
A 6150 can be wired to a power supply if connecting to the panel’s power output requires too much current. Learn how to connect a 6150 to an AUX Power Supply.
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What Interactive service Works w/ Honeywell Systems?
Alarm users now are more sophisticated, and want the ability to see and control their system remotely. See which services work with Honeywell Systems.
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How do I Remove the Battery from My Honeywell 5811 Sensors?
To remove the battery from a Honeywell 5811 door/window sensor, use a small flathead screwdriver to pop it open. Learn more about the best techniques.
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Does Total Connect Work on My Phone?
Total Connect will work on an iOS or Android device. To learn more about Total Connect, how to access it, and the features it offers, continue reading.
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What Is the Best Outdoor Wireless Motion Sensor?
The best outdoor wireless motion sensor is the one that works the best for your particular situation. Find out the options and decide which one is best for you.
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Can I Use a 3GL GSM on a Honeywell L5100?
No, the 3GL is not compatible with the Honeywell L5100 control panel. There is a 4G compatible GSM. Find out which 4G cellular communicator is compatible.
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Has the Honeywell L5200 Been Discontinued?
The Honeywell LYNX Touch 5200 wireless all-in-one system has been discontinued. It has been replaced with the Honeywell L5210, which provides similar function.
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How do I wire the Trigger on the Lyric Gateway?
The Lyric Gateway has no trigger on the main system and is not compatible with any 5800 wireless relay. Learn about why the Lyric has no trigger input.
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How Do I Install a Honeywell 5809 Heat Detector?
The 5809 series wireless heat detectors work with all panels that support Honeywell’s 5800 series wireless devices. Find out how to install it here!
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