Frequently Asked Questions

How Does RF Supervision Work On a Honeywell LYNX Touch System?
Honeywell 5800 Sensors check-in every 70 to 90 minutes. The LYNX Touch must receive a signal at least once every 12 hours or RF supervision loss will occur. Read on to learn more.
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How Does RF Supervision Work On a Honeywell Lyric Alarm System?
If the Lyric System does not receive a check-in signal from a programmed sensor within a set period of time, then RF supervision loss will occur. Learn about the Lyric System.
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How Does RF Supervision Work On the Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
If the IQ Panel 2 does not receive a check-in from a sensor within a set period of time, then an RF supervision loss condition will be displayed. Learn about the IQ Panel 2.
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How Do I Power My Tuxedo Keypad From an Auxiliary Power Supply?
If you want to use a Tuxedo Keypad without relying on power from the panel, you can use an auxiliary power supply. Learn how to Power a Tuxedo using an auxiliary power supply.
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How Do I Clear a Trouble From My 5853?
A Honeywell 5853 Glass Break Sensor can cause a trouble condition due to a low battery, a loose tamper cover, or a loss of RF supervision. Learn how to clear a trouble on a 5853.
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Does PowerG Prevent RF Jamming?
PowerG Sensors use Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) to overcome RF jamming attacks. These attacks can disable other sensors. Learn how PowerG Sensors prevent RF jamming.
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What Is a Qolsys Hardwire 16-F?
If you are upgrading to a wireless 319.5 MHz alarm system from a hardwired system, then the Qolsys Hardwire 16-F is for you. Learn about the Qolsys Hardwire 16-F.
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Who can monitor an LTEIV-ADT?
The LTEIV-ADT is an ADT proprietary communicator that can only be used with ADT monitoring. It is the equivalent of a Honeywell LTE-IV. Learn about the LTEIV-ADT.
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Who can monitor an LTEIA-ADT?
The LTEIA-ADT is the ADT proprietary version of the Honeywell LTE-IA. You need a new communicator to start service with a different monitoring company. Learn about the LTEIA-ADT.
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Who can monitor an LTEXA-ADT?
The LTEXA-ADT is the ADT proprietary version of the Honeywell LTE-XA. It must be removed if you want to take the system to a different alarm company. Learn about the LTEXA-ADT.
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