Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Test My Honeywell 5806W3?
The Honeywell 5806W3 is tested by pressing and holding the recessed test switch on the device. This will let the user know whether or not the sensor on the device is within the proper sensitivity range. Canned smoke can also be used to test the device. Learn how to test a Honeywell 5806W3.
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What Is the Range of My PIR Motion?
Every passive infrared (PIR) motion has its own range and field of vision. The range for one PIR motion can be considerably different from that of another. It is very important that you use a PIR motion with an appropriate range for the situation. Find out the range of your PIR motion.
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How Do I Put the 2GIG GC3 Into Learn Mode?
The 2GIG GC3 is put into learn mode through system configuration. Learn mode is used to auto-enroll wireless sensors with the alarm system. You must know the Installer Code for the GC3 System in order to access this mode. Learn more about using a 2GIG GC3 Security System and enrolling sensors.
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How Do I Install the Honeywell 5808W3?
The Honeywell 5808W3 Smoke and Heat Detector is installed by first choosing a location for the device and then using the included screws and wall anchors to install the mounting plate. The device can then be attached to the mounting plate. Learn more about installing the Honeywell 5808W3.
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How Do I Install a 2GIG SMKT3-345?
The 2GIG SMKT3-345 is mounted to a wall or ceiling using its mounting plate. After choosing an appropriate location, you will then use the device's included screws and wall anchors to install the mounting plate. The SMKt3-345 attaches to the mounting plate. Learn more about the SMKT3-345.
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How Do I Install an IPCAM-WOC1?
The IPCAM-WOC1 includes a mounting base for easy installation. Once the mounting base has been secured to the wall or ceiling using the included screws and wall anchors, you can then secure the camera to the base. Also attach the included sun shield if desired. Learn how to install the IPCAM-WOC1.
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When Should I Use a Heat Detector Instead of a Smoke Detector?
There are a few situations in which it is better to use a heat detector instead of a smoke detector. This most includes rooms where smoke may be occasionally present. Heat detectors are also used in dusty areas where fine particles may prevent a smoke detector from function properly. Learn more about heat detectors.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5808W3 to the L5210?
The Honeywell 5808W3 is programmed with a Honeywell L5210 through the panel's zone programming menu. The device can be auto-enrolled and have all of its settings adjusted within this menu. The device requires three zones to perform all of its functions. Learn more about programming the 5808W3.
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Which Sensors Work w/ Qolsys Systems?
Qolsys Alarm Systems are designed to interface with alarm sensors that operate at a frequency of 319.5 MHz. This includes any security sensor that is manufactured by Qolsys. The company produces both encrypted and non-encrypted sensors for their systems. Learn more about 319.5 MHz sensors.
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How Do I Test My Honeywell 5808W3?
The Honeywell 5808W3 features a test switch on the device for testing its functionality. A user can also test the device using canned smoke and a hair dryer. The user must remember to place their system on test mode before testing the 5808W3. Learn more about testing a Honeywell 5808W3.
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