Honeywell Lyric Security System Frequently Asked Questions

Which Sensors are Compatible with the Lyric Alarm System?
The Lyric Security System will support encrypted Honeywell SiX Series Sensors that operate at 2.4 GHz. It will also support sensors that operate at 345 MHz. This includes any Honeywell 5800 Series Sensor and any 2GIG Sensor. Find out which sensors are compatible with the Lyric Controller.
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How Do I Batch Enroll SiX Series Sensors on a Honeywell Lyric Controller?
It is very easy to batch enroll SiX Series Sensors on a Honeywell Lyric Controller. The first step is to put the Lyric Controller into batch enrollment mode. Then power on the SiX Series Sensor. The sensor will be paired automatically. Learn more about the Honeywell SiX Series Sensors.
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How Do I Remove a Non-Functioning Z-Wave Device from My Honeywell System?
When a Z-Wave device stops functioning, it can be removed from the controller by using the "Remove Failed" or "Fix All" feature. This feature will remove the device from the list of current devices when an exclusion can not be performed. Read on to learn more about removing failed nodes.
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How Do I Enroll a Z-Wave Lock to my Security System?
To enroll a Z-Wave lock into your security system, you will start by clearing the Z-Wave lock from the network. Next, you will put your panel into its Z-Wave inclusion mode. Then, you will activate the inclusion function on the lock itself. To finish, you will install the Z-Wave lock into your door.
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How Do I Add a Wireless Sensor to a Honeywell Lyric Security System?
A wireless sensor is added to a Honeywell Lyric Security System through zone programming. A user will need the Installer Code for the system to access zone programming. From there, the user can learn in the sensor and configure its settings. Learn more about the Honeywell Lyric Controller.
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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 the Difference Between a Wired and Wireless Security System?
Security panels come in two main types. These are wired security systems and wired security systems. A wireless security panel is all-in-one, with a built-in display screen and a wireless receiver. For wired systems, these have to be added separately. Learn more about security systems.
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How Do Home Security Systems Work?
A home security system consists of security sensors that connect with an alarm control panel. When a sensor activates, it sends a signal to the panel to let it know about the issue. The panel can then alert the user or a central station if necessary. Learn more about home security systems.
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Do I Need Dispatch If I Live In An Apartment?
Just because you live in an apartment doesn't mean that you shouldn't have central station monitoring with automatic dispatch. If you want help to be automatically sent out to your home in the event of an emergency, then you must have dispatch. Learn more about central station monitoring.
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Why Did My Panel Report Code E339 "Power on Reset"?
A Honeywell Panel will report the message E339 "Power on Reset" when its communicator has been reset. The communicator for a Honeywell System will reset whenever programming changes are sent to the module or when the module is powered off and then back on. Learn more about the E339 message.
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