Frequently Asked Questions

Will a Key Fob Panic Alert Total Connect?
When you activate a panic using a key fob, you are triggering an alarm on the system. This alarm will show-up on Total Connect. Learn more about Total Connect and system alarms.
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How Many Zones are on a Honeywell Receiver?
There are many wireless receivers used with Honeywell Systems. The number of wireless zones they support varies between devices. Learn how many zones are on a Honeywell Receiver.
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How Do I Adjust the Sensitivity of My Honeywell SiX Motion Detector?
For a Honeywell SiXPIR Motion Sensor, there are two sensitivity options. Turn pet-immunity off for high-sensitivity, or turn it on for low-sensitivity. Learn about the SiXPIR.
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How Do I Put a 5834-4 Into High Security Mode?
A Honeywell 5834-4 Key Fob has both a low-security mode and a high-security mode. The high-security mode uses rolling code encryption. Learn about this mode and how to use it.
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Which Image Sensor Is Compatible With My Panel?
Are you wondering if a particular image sensor is compatible with your system? How many are supported? Is a daughtercard needed? Learn all about image sensor compatibility.
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Which Battery Packs are Compatible with the Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
If you need a replacement battery pack for an IQ Panel 2, then you get a Qolsys IQ2 Battery. The pack can keep the system running for up to 24 hours. Learn about the IQ Panel 2.
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How Do I Walk Test a 2GIG GC3?
You should perform a Walk Test after installing new sensors to make sure that they work properly and do not cause false alarms. Find out how to perform a Walk Test on a 2GIG GC3.
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How Do I Walk Test a 2GIG GC2?
The 2GIG GC2 System has an option in the Installer Toolbox for performing a Walk Test. This way, you can test sensors without setting off an alarm. Learn to Walk Test a GC2.
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What is a Walk Test?
You should perform a Walk Test after installing a new motion sensor to make sure it responds properly and won't cause false alarms. Learn about Walk Tests and how they work.
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Will Linear's Z-Wave Products Work with Honeywell LYNX Touch Systems?
By adding a Honeywell L5100-ZWAVE Module to a Honeywell LYNX Touch Panel, the system can support Linear Z-Wave devices. Learn how to use Z-Wave with a Honeywell LYNX Touch.
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