Honeywell L5210 Frequently Asked Questions

What Does Bypassing a Sensor Accomplish?
Whenever you bypass a sensor before arming, the sensor that you bypass will essentially remain disarmed, while the other sensors will still arm as normal. You must individually set each sensor to bypass each time you arm your system. Learn more about bypassing sensors on a security system.
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What is the Difference Between AlarmNet & Total Connect?
Total Connect is an interactive service for Honeywell security systems that is hosted on AlarmNet servers. Honeywell owns and operates AlarmNet as its primary network for security communications. End users manage their systems through Total Connect. Learn more about Total Connect and AlarmNet.
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Can I Program My Alarm Using Just Total Connect 2.0?
Most alarm system programming is done at the panel and cannot be completed through the Total Connect 2.0 service. Total Connect 2.0 is mostly for interacting with your system once it has already been programmed, not for actually setting up the system. Read on to learn more about Total Connect.
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Do I Need Monitoring if I Have Total Connect 2.0 or Alarm.com?
In order to use Total Connect 2.0 or Alarm.com, you will need to have a security panel that is actively monitored by an alarm monitoring company. Without monitoring service, you panel will not be able to connect with either of these services. Learn more about Total Connect 2.0 and Alarm.com.
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Can I Add Sensors to My Home Alarm on My Own?
Programming sensors to a home alarm system is a task that can be completed by an end user. To do this, the user will need to know the Installer Code for their system. This code will allow the user to access zone programming so that they can program a sensor. Learn more about adding sensors.
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How Long Does a House Alarm Sound For?
The alarm on a security system will sound for as long as the bell timeout is set for. Many panels feature separate timeout settings for fire alarms and burglary alarms. Most panels allow users to easily access these settings through the Installer menu. Learn more about bell timeout settings.
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How Do I Add a Picture to a Honeywell L7000?
Users have no way to add pictures to a Honeywell LYNX Touch system, such as the L7000. Previously, this was done using the Total Connect service. However, Honeywell removed this capability, and now it is impossible to upload pictures to an L7000 panel. Learn more about pictures on the L7000.
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How Do I Setup the Slideshow on My Honeywell LYNX Touch?
The slideshow feature on a LYNX Touch will have a series of images appear on the panel's screen if the system is left idle for a predetermined period of time. To do this, you must have images uploaded to your LYNX Touch system. There is currently no way to upload new images. Read on to learn more.
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How Long Does a Honeywell Siren Sound When it’s Activated?
The length of time that an activated Honeywell siren will sound for depends on the panel's bell timeout setting. Once this duration of time has passed, the siren will stop making noise. It is possible to set different bell timeouts for security sirens and fire sirens. Keep reading to learn more.
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What Sensors Work with a Honeywell L5210 & L7000?
If you are using wireless sensors with a Honeywell L5210 or L7000, you will generally want to use sensors from the Honeywell 5800 Series. All of the 5800 Series sensors will work with these systems. You can also use a 5800C2W to use hardwired sensors if desired. Read on to learn more.
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