Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Best Doorbell for the Honeywell Lyric Security System?
The doorbell options for the Honeywell Lyric include the SkyBell DBCAM and DBCAM-TRIM, as well as the 2GIG DBELL1-345. Find out what a smart doorbell can do for a Lyric System.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the 2GIG GC3?
The Honeywell 5808W3 can learn-in with the 2GIG GC3 through its wireless enrollment mode. It will require two zones for full functionality. Learn how to enroll a 5808W3.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the 2GIG GC2?
The 5808W3 learns-in with the GC2 by accessing the System Configuration Menu and then following the steps to learn-in a new sensor. Learn to program the 5808W3 with the 2GIG GC2.
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How Do I Enroll a 2GIG SP1 or SP2 Keypad in AP Mode?
Pairing a 2GIG SP1 or Sp2 Keypad in access point mode can be useful if the area's WIFI connection is rather weak. Learn how to enroll a 2GIG SP1 or SP2 Keypad in AP Mode.
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How Do I Go About Designing a Whole Alarm System?
It is easy to design an alarm system. First pick a panel. Then choose compatible sensors. Then obtain any needed system add-ons. Learn how to design your own alarm system.
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How Do I Add a Lyric HD Camera to Total Connect 2.0?
A Lyric HD Camera can be paired with Total Connect 2.0 through the Total Connect 2.0 Mobile App on an Android or iOS device. Learn how to pair a Lyric HD Camera with TC2.
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Can I Change the Honeywell VISTA 21iP’s PROM Chip?
Honeywell offers the V21iPUPG, which allows an older VISTA 21iP to use Total Connect 2.0 if an external communicator is added. Find out if you can change the VISTA 21iP PROM Chip.
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What Happens On My Lyric Controller When AC Power Goes Out?
When AC power is lost on a Lyric Security System, certain features go dormant in order to conserve battery life. Learn more about how the Lyric System behaves during power loss.
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Do Wireless Motion Sensors have Batteries?
All wireless sensors use batteries to remain powered on. This is important for allowing them to communicate with an alarm control panel. Learn about wireless sensors.
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What is Z Wave Wireless?
Many smart home devices use Z-Wave technology to communicate. Each Z-Wave device is linked to a central hub for both local and remote control. Learn all about Z-Wave.
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