Honeywell 5800COMBO Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the 2GIG GC3?
For full functionality, the 5800COMBO will use four zones on the 2GIG GC3 - smoke/heat, CO detection, freeze and maintenance. Learn how to program the 5800COMBO to the 2GIG GC3.
Added:

How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L5210?
The 5800COMBO uses four zones on the L5210 for full functionality. These zones are smoke/heat, CO detection, freeze and maintenance. Learn to program a 5800COMBO with an L5210.
Added:

How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the 2GIG GC2?
The 5800COMBO is enrolled with the 2GIG GC2 in the same way as any other wireless sensor. But it can use up to four different zones. Learn how to program the 5800COMBO with a GC2.
Added:

Are Honeywell Smokes Compatible w/ Google Home?
A Honeywell Smoke Detector will not work with Google Home, even if the panel's interactive service is compatible. Find out why smoke detectors are incompatible with Google Home.
Added:

How Do I Install the Honeywell 5800COMBO?
The Honeywell 5800COMBO comes with a mounting plate for installing the device. The plate is installed on the wall, and the sensor is mounted to the plate. Learn how to install the 5800COMBO.
Added:

How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000?
The 5800COMBO is programmed with multiple zones on an L7000. Zones can be used for smoke/heat, CO detection, freeze and maintenance. Find out how to use a 5800COMBO with an L7000.
Added:

2GIG SMKT3-345 vs Honeywell 5800COMBO
Two of the most popular life-safety sensors we offer are the 2GIG SMKT3-345 and the Honeywell 5800COMBO. These devices both offer smoke, heat and low-temp freeze detection. But only the 5800COMBO provides detection for potentially deadly carbon monoxide gas. Learn more about these sensors.
Added:

What's the Best Place to Install 5800COMBO Smoke/CO Detectors?
There are several great locations for 5800COMBO devices. We recommend placing at least one of these devices on each floor of a building. Some great locations include sleeping areas and central locations. But they should be placed away from any vents or ducts. Learn more about the 5800COMBO.
Added:

Honeywell 5800COMBO vs Honeywell SiXSMOKE
The 5800COMBO and the SiXSMOKE are both fire-safety devices from Honeywell. The 5800COMBO provides smoke, heat and CO detection, while the SiXSMOKE only provides smoke and heat detection. However, the SiXSMOKE is encrypted, while the 5800COMBO is not. Learn more about these two devices.
Added:

Can Honeywell 5800COMBOs be Interlinked?
An unfortunate downside of the Honeywell 5800COMBO is that multiple units of these devices cannot be interlinked. This means that there is no way to set-up a "one go, all go" function with 5800COMBO devices. However, this can be done on Honeywell SiXSmokes. Learn more about the 5800COMBO.
Added: