Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Backdoor Into Programming on a Honeywell VISTA System if I am Locked Out?
If you don't have your system's Installer Code, you may still be able to get in using the backdoor method. Learn how to get into programming on your Honeywell VISTA.
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Why Am I Not Receiving A Password Reset Email for My TC2 Account?
Resetting the password in TC2 requires that the correct information be entered when prompted. If incorrect info is entered, no reset email or text will appear. Learn to reset your password.
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IQ Panel 2 vs IQ Panel 2 Plus Alarm Systems?
The only difference between the IQ Panel 2 and the IQ Panel 2 Plus is that the Plus version has a PowerG card and possibly a different legacy card. Learn about these systems.
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How Do I Program the 2GIG SMKT3-345 to the Lyric Security System?
The 2GIG SMKT3-345 is enrolled with the Lyric by putting the panel in its enrollment mode and then activating the device's tamper switch three times. Learn about the SMKT3-345.
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How Do I Learn the DSC PG9929 Key Fob to the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus?
The DSC PG9929 Key Fob communicates at a frequency of 915 MHz. This makes it compatible with any IQ Panel 2 that has a PowerG Daughtercard. Learn how to program a DSC PG9929.
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What Does the Yellow Light Mean on a GSMX4G?
The GSMX4G has various lights that indicate certain status and conditions. The yellow light indicates that data is being transmitted. Learn about the GSMX4G Communicator.
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What is the Difference Between a Wireless Receiver and a Wireless Sensor?
Wireless sensors send out signals to wireless receivers. A system needs a wireless receiver to support wireless sensors. Learn about wireless receivers and wireless sensors.
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Can 2GIG Sensors Work w/ a Lyric Alarm System?
Any Honeywell Lyric running firmware version MR3 or higher can support 2GIG Sensors. The system can also use 5800 Series Sensors and SiX Series Sensors. Learn about the Lyric.
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Which Alarm System will Alert Me when Temperatures Drop?
If you want to be alerted when the temperatures drop to near-freezing levels, then you should program temperature sensors with your system. Learn more about temperature sensors.
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Is the L5210 Better than the L7000?
While the Honeywell L5210 and the Honeywell L7000 are both very similar systems, the L7000 is actually the superior option. Learn about the Honeywell LYNX Touch Panels.
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