Honeywell 5834-4 Frequently Asked Questions

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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How Many Wireless Zones Does a VISTA 10P Support?
The Honeywell Vista-10P control panel supports a total of 24 wireless zones. Find out what’s needed to add wireless devices to a Vista-10P control panel.
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How Do I Get a 2GIG GC3 To See A High-Security 5834-4?
A 5834-4 is now set to High-Security mode from the factory, which will not work on a GC3. Read on to see how you can still use the 5834-4 with your 2GIG GC3.
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What Key Fob Should I Use w/ My VISTA-10P, 15P, or 20P?
The recommended key fob to use with Vista-10p, 15p and 20p systems are the 5834-4 and the 5834-4EN. Discover which key fob you prefer.
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How Many Wireless Zones Will a 6150RF Support?
Find out how many wireless zones a 6150RF will support
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How do I Enable/Disable the Loud Beep On a Lyric Gateway?
Learned how to enable/disable the loud beep on a Lyric Gateway
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How do I Add a 5834-4 Key Fob to My Lyric Gateway?
Programming the 5834-4 to the Lyric Gateway
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How do I change my Lyric Gateway's Installer Code?
Changing the Installer Code in the Lyric Gateway
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