Honeywell 5806W3 Frequently Asked Questions

Are Honeywell Smokes Compatible w/ Google Home?
A Honeywell Smoke Detector will work with Google Home if the panel's interactive service is compatible. Find out if your smoke detectors are compatible with Google Home.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5806W3 to the Lyric Security System?
The Lyric Controller has a wireless enrollment mode for learning-in wireless sensors like the 5806W3 Smoke Detector. Find out how to enroll this device with the Lyric Controller.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5806W3 to the L7000?
The 5806W3 can be enrolled with an L7000 by putting the panel into its enrollment mode and then activating the test button on the 5806W3 three times. Learn more about the 5806W3.
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2GIG SMKT3-345 vs Honeywell 5806W3
Both the 2GIG SMKT3-345 and the Honeywell 5806W3 are wireless life-safety devices. Both devices provide smoke detection, and both devices operate at 345 MHz. But only the SMKT3-345 offers heat and freeze detection as well. They also interface with different systems. Learn more about these devices.
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How Do I Install the Honeywell 5806W3?
The Honeywell 5806W3 Smoke Detector comes with its own mounting plate for easy installation. The mounting plate is secured to the wall using its included screws and wall anchors. The device can then be easily secured to the mounting plate. Learn more about installing a Honeywell 5806W3.
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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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Honeywell 5806W3 vs Honeywell 5809
The 5806W3 and the 5809 are both life-safety sensors from Honeywell. They are both used to alert any building occupants to the presence of a fire, and they will work with the same panels. However, the 5806W3 is a smoke sensor, while the 5809 is a heat sensor. Learn more about these two devices.
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How Does a Fire Detector Work?
There are two primary methods for detecting a fire. These are through either smoke detection and heat detection. For that reason, a "fire detector" is more commonly referred to as a "smoke detector" or a "heat detector". There are also combo smoke and heat sensors. Learn more about these devices.
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What's the Best Place to Install a Smoke Detector?
When choosing a location for a smoke detector, there are some things to remember. For example, it should be placed away from any vents or ducts that might affect its performance. It should also be at least 10 feet away from any kitchen appliances. Learn more about where to place a smoke detector.
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Will a Smoke Detector Detect Heat?
Not all smoke detectors are designed to detect the presence of high heat. These sensors will only detect high heat if that is a specific function of the device. Otherwise, a smoke detector will only detect smoke, and nothing more. Learn more about smoke detectors and their functionality.
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