Honeywell 5800COMBO Frequently Asked Questions

Do Carbon Monoxide Detectors Detect Natural Gas Leaks?
A carbon monoxide detector will not detect a natural gas leak. These devices are only for detecting carbon monoxide, unless otherwise stated. Most natural gas companies will put an additive in the gas to help others detect a natural gas leak. Learn more about carbon monoxide detectors.
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What Wireless Sensors Can I Use with the Honeywell Lyric Controller?
When looking for a new wireless sensor for a Honeywell Lyric Controller, you will want to choose a 5800 Series sensor or a SiX Series sensor. Any of these sensors will work well with the Lyric Controller. Check out the Alarm Grid website to find great wireless sensors for the Lyric Controller.
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How Do I Test the 5800COMBO?
When testing the Honeywell 5800COMBO, you will want to start by first contacting your alarm monitoring company and placing your system on test mode. Then, you can individually test the smoke/heat detection and the carbon monoxide detection for the device. Learn more about testing the 5800COMBO.
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What Loop Number Does My Honeywell 5800 Series Wireless Device Use?
Different 5800 Series wireless devices use different, and in some cases, multiple loop numbers. Shown is a list of commonly used devices and their loop numbers.
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What Is the Best Honeywell Sensor for the 21iP?
The best sensor for the Honeywell Vista 21iP depends on what the sensor is used for. There are many great sensors compatible with the Vista 21iP panel.
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What Frequency Do the 5800 Sensors Operate at?
Honeywell's 5800 series wireless devices operate at 345 MHz. This frequency was assigned to them by the FCC, and should operate free of interference in the US.
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Can Apartment Dwellers Install a Security System?
Yes, installing a wireless, self contained security system makes it easy for apartment dwellers to do. Find out why a wireless security system is ideal
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What Loop Should My Honeywell Smoke Detector Be On?
Honeywell Smoke Detectors should be programmed as a fire zone on loop 1. Find out how many loops each Honeywell Smoke Detector has and what each loop supports.
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