Honeywell L7000 Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Set The House ID For a Honeywell LYNX Touch?
The House ID Code for a LYNX Touch can be set from 01 to 31. It is used for communicating with bi-directional wireless devices. Find out how to set the House ID for a LYNX Touch.
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How Do I Add a Honeywell 5828 to a LYNX Touch?
A 5828 Keypad is programmed with a LYNX Touch by matching the House ID for the keypad and the panel and by setting the System Type to 2 for LYNX. Learn how to program a 5828.
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How Do I Program the Honeywell 5800COMBO to the L7000?
The 5800COMBO is programmed with two zones on an L7000. One zone is for smoke and heat detection, and the other is for CO detection. Find out how to use a 5800COMBO with an L7000.
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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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How Do I Bypass a Zone Through Total Connect?
Users can bypass zones when arming their system through Total Connect. This can be done from the sensors menu on the main screen. Learn how to bypass zones through Total Connect.
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How do I determine if my SIM needs to be re-seated?
If a communicator is showing no signal where the signal should be good, or if all RSSI LEDs are flashing, the SIM may need to be reseated. Learn when a SIM re-seat may help.
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How do I add/remove text/email alerts in Total Connect?
Log into Total Connect 2.0 from a computer browser or the app. Go to Notifications > List. Enable or disable events as desired. Learn to control text/email alerts in Total Connect!
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What is an Alarm System?
The centerpiece of a security setup is the alarm system. This serves as the control panel for the rest of the setup. When a sensor is activated, it reports to the alarm system. The alarm system will also report out to the user or a central station if ever necessary. Learn more about alarm systems.
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What is a Trouble Condition?
In the simplest terms, a trouble condition is an indication that something is wrong with the system. This could include a low system battery, an unplugged wall adapter, an activated tamper switch or anything else that would indicate something is wrong. Learn more about trouble conditions.
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Which Systems Can Alarm Grid Take Over?
Alarm Grid will support any alarm system that we can take over. To take over a system, the user may need to know the panel's Installer Code and/or Master Code. In some situations, the user will need to replace the system's communicator. Learn more about what systems we can take over.
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