Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Program Z-Wave Devices to an L5100?
The Honeywell Lynx Touch L5100 control panel requires a L5100-ZWAVE module to support Z-Wave devices. Find out how to include a Z-Wave device to the L5100.
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How Many Wireless Zones Does a VISTA 10P Support?
The Honeywell Vista-10P control panel supports a total of 24 wireless zones. Find out what’s needed to add wireless devices to a Vista-10P control panel.
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How do I Reset the Honeywell 5869 Panic Switch?
Reseting the Honeywell 5869 Panic Switch is fairly simple, provided you have the proper equipment. Please read further into the article for more information.
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Will a Repeater Extend the 5828's Range?
A 5800RP will increase the range of a 5828 keypad to a maximum of 100 feet from the panel. The 5800RP must be within 50 feet of both the keypad and the panel.
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How Many Z-Wave Devices Does the Lyric Controller Support?
The Lyric panel has built in capabilities to program in Z-Wave devices. The panel can support up to 72 devices, to learn more please continue reading.
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How Do I Connect A 5800WAVE To My 2GIG GC3?
The GC3 panel supports most Honeywell 5800 series wireless devices, but does not support the 5800Wave wireless siren. Read on to find compatible alternatives.
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How Do I Change the Battery on My Honeywell L7000 Security System?
The backup battery is located directly behind the touchscreen inside the Honeywell Lynx Touch L7000 keypad. Find out the best approach to replacement here.
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How do I Get Into Programming on My L5200?
To enter programming on the L5200, you will need to know you installer code and enter into the tools option in the panel. Learn more about programming below.
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Which Keypads Work with a VISTA 21iP?
The VISTA alarm systems are compatible with multiple different wired and wireless keypads. Learn about the keypads we offer that are compatible with the system.
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How to wire the trigger on the 2GIG GC3?
The GC3 has one open collector output, which can be programmed to activate under various system conditions. See how the Open Collector output works on the GC3.
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