Honeywell 5834-4 Frequently Asked Questions

What Do the Buttons on the 5834-4 Key Fob Mean?
A Honeywell 5834-4 Key Fob has four buttons. By default, these buttons are for arming away, arming stay, disarming and triggering a panic. Find out what the 5834-4 buttons mean.
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How Many Zones Does a 5834-4 Take?
A 5834-4 Key Fob will use one zone for each programmed function. The device can perform up to eight different functions, for a total of eight zones. Learn about the 5834-4.
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How Do I Find the Serial Number on a Honeywell Key Fob?
The Serial Number for a Honeywell Key Fob can be found on the back of the device on a sticker. Or it can be found by enrolling it to a panel. Learn how to find a key fob SN.
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Honeywell 5834-4 vs 5834-2
The 5834-4 and 5834-2 Key Fobs are basically the same device. But the 5834-4 has more buttons and can support more commands. Find out the differences between these devices.
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What's the Difference Between ADT Key Fobs & Honeywell 5834-4
An ADT Key Fob is basically the same device as a Honeywell 5834-4. It is ADT's rebranded version of the same key fob. Many users bring these fobs to new alarm companies and use them like a 5834-4. There's no need to "take over" one, since they work with multiple panels. Learn more about key fobs.
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If I Lose My Key Fob Can I Delete it from the System?
If your key fob becomes lost or stolen, you will be able to delete it from your security system. This will prevent the device from being used if it falls into the wrong hands. However, the process for deleting the key fob does vary between systems. Read on to learn how to delete a key fob.
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How Do I Add a Key Fob Serial Number to a Honeywell L3000?
Adding a key fob serial number to a Honeywell L3000 is done through zone programming. Each button on a key fob will be assigned to its own individual zone on the L3000 system. Part of this process involves learning in the key fob using its unique serial number. Continue reading to learn more.
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What Kind of Battery Goes In My Honeywell 5834-4?
The Honeywell 5834-4 uses a 3-volt lithium coin cell battery, such as the Honeywell CR2032. The battery is designed to power the 5834-4 for roughly 3 - 5 years. When the voltage of the battery drops below 2.3 volts, a low battery message will be displayed on the panel whenever a button is pressed.
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How Do I Program a 5834-4 Key Fob to an L3000?
A 5834-4 key fob can be programmed into an L3000 system through the programming menu of the panel. You will need the installer code to access this menu.
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What Battery Does the 5816 Use?
The Honeywell 5816 2 input wireless door/window contact uses the CR123 3 volt lithium battery. Learn about the 5816 and its compatible replacement battery.
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