Alarm Grid LYNX-EXT

LYNX External Sounder Kit for converting wired sirens into wireless sirens

Alarm grid lynx ext lynx external sounder kit for converting wir

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One of the big problems with Honeywell's wireless series security systems is that only one siren has been designed to work for them. And,...
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One of the big problems with Honeywell's wireless series security systems is that only one siren has been designed to work for them. And, while the 5800WAVE is a high-quality siren, for those that want more flexibiility, the wired sirens can provide quite a few features that the 5800WAVE does not. Whether you are looking for a flush mounted screeching siren, a 2-sound warbling siren, or something that comes with a strobe, using a wired siren with the LYNX Touch series alarms is simple to accomplish.

This kit, constructed by Alarm Grid, consists of Honeywell's 5800RL which is a wireless relay, a metal cabinet enclosure, a 1240 battery, the 1361 Transformer, and the AD12612 power supply. If you would like to secure the cabinet with all the equipment you can purchase the cam lock.

We offer another kit for those that would like to hard wire a relay back to the panel - LYNX-WEXT. This option requires a wired connection back to the trigger output.

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Alarm Control Panel Battery Backup 12V 4.5Ah
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AC Transformer 16.5VAC, 40VA
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Auxiliary Power Supply
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Wireless Relay Module
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Metal Cabinet Enclosure
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The wiring for an RBSNTTL relay is detailed in the installation guide at
Hello, I would like to know if you have a video or diagram that illustrates the connection of the siren 748 to the L7000. I see you have a video using the relay 5800RL, but I have the Altronix RBSNTTL Sensitive Relay 12 / 24VDC, (and Honeywell Ademco 1361, Honeywell AD12612).
No the L7000 requires a monthly subscription for access to the secure app, Total Connect 2.0. We offer no contract monthly plans starting at $10/month. Here are the plans: Feel free to sign up if you are interested.
Hi, I can monitor my L7000 alarm online without having to pay a subscription to any company?
Thank you very much for the information, Sterling
You don't need to wire the tamper terminals on the siren unless you want tamper supervision of the siren. If you do want that, you'll need to wire those two contacts back to the panel's hardwired zone or to a wireless transmitter that can act as a pass through wireless transmitter to send the wired tamper alarm back to the panel wirelessly (a 5816 could be used for instance).
I want to connect the Honeywell 748 siren to an L7000 panel. I have the kit mentioned in your video: ALTRONIX RBSNTTL Sensitive Relay 12 / 24VDC, Honeywell Ademco 1361, Honeywell AD12612, siren 748. I would like to know how to connect the wires of the 748. Where the white wires (tamper switch) of the siren are connected.
This aux power supply outputs 1.2A (aka 1200mA). The 702 draws 1.2A itself and the wave2 draws 500mA. I recommend the 719 ( ) instead of the 702. It is a little less loud but it only draws 550mA which means you could connect 2 of them with the Wave2 and still be under the max output.
Can I wire two Wave2 Sirens and two 702 (big horn) sirens to this all at the same time?
The programming is detailed at the bottom of the pdf at
hi all I want is when the alarm ie any dectaters or any door contacts or panic attacks goes off on the system I want the trigger out put to come on the activated the The Altronix RBSNTTL is an ultra sensitive relay. so can you please help me how to set the RULES step by step on the l7000 thanks
Yes, you need to program it via the Rules section of programming. Chose Type - Trigger Output and set it up for what you are looking for. Is your system monitored currently?
thanks for your reply and one more question how to turn on the trigger out put. ?? do you have to program RULES??? is it possible if you can let me know how to do this please step by step when the alarm or panic is activated so the relay can work thankyou
The trigger output is rated at 1K ohms to ground when closed with a low 3ma output.
hi can any one knows on honeywell l7000 panel you have trigger neavitive and ground connecters what out put you get ?????? between ground and neavtive or what voltage ??? dc ??? please let me know thanks
They just did 3 pin vs. 2 pin so you couldn't get them mixed up. It's still only Positive and Negative.
thanks for your reply the High Capacity. battery does it comes with 3 wires ??? ie I checked on the internet the High Capacity. battery @ 2100 mah has two wires red and black. what is the middle pin is on the pcb on the Honeywell l7000?????
No, it's intended for you to use only one battery or the other, not both. The connectors are different so that you can't plug the standard capacity battery into the High Capacity receptacle, and vise versa.
ok I have ordered the Fortrezz SSA2USR Siren Strobe Alarm Wireless Z-wave Red Lense from USA as soon it's comes as you know that I live in UK london I will try to install it on honeywell l7000 system if it works I will let you know one more question to you on Honeywell l7000 alarm system on pcb you have 2 battery charging conections one is standard battery @ 1100 mah and second is 3 pin @ 2100mah can you intall two batteries on the two connections??? so you can get more hours if power fails???? please let me know thanks
I'm not sure that we've tested that particular model but other Fortrezz Z-Wave sirens are compatible. Did you try including it yet?
hi can anyone help me is Fortrezz SSA2USR Siren Strobe Alarm Wireless Z-wave Red Lense is compatible with honywell l7000 ??? please let me know thanks
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