Honeywell 5800RL

Wireless Relay Module

Honeywell 5800rl wireless relay module for honeywells wireless s
  • Honeywell 5800rl wireless relay module for honeywells wireless s
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  • Honeywell 5800rl wireless relay module

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The Honeywell 5800RL is a wireless relay module used for adding remote sirens and strobes or remote arm/disarm indicators to any Honeywel...
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The Honeywell 5800RL is a wireless relay module used for adding remote sirens and strobes or remote arm/disarm indicators to any Honeywell LYNX Series security system that has a software revision of 9.0 or higher such as the Honeywell L3000 LYNX Plus or Honeywell L5100 LYNX Touch wireless security systems.

The Honeywell 5800RL is a great addition to a Honeywell LYNX Touch security system as the LYNX Touch does not have enough auxiliary power to activate a hardwired siren or strobe. If the LYNX Touch alarm siren is not loud enough, your only option would be to add a Honeywell 5800WAVE wireless siren or use the 5800RL wireless relay. For people with hearing loss, the 5800RL is ideal as it allows you to attach a strobe so that when the Honeywell LYNX Touch wireless security system goes into alarm mode, the strobe will activate alerting anyone that is home to an emergency. The 5800RL provides (2) separate dry contact, form-C relays that are both rated 2A at 28VAC/VDC. Relay A will stay activated with a burglary alarm so that a connected siren continues to sound the alarm. When the security system is disarmed or after the programmed bell timeout, Relay A will deactivate. When a fire alarm is activated, Relay A will activate as temporal so that your wired siren sounds the temporal alarm alerting you to a fire emergency. Relay B activates when the LYNX Touch security system is armed to turn on an arming indicator LED and unlatches when the wireless security system is disarmed.

There are (3) LEDs on the circuit board of the Honeywell 5800RL wireless relay module located directly above the DIP switches. The red LED indicates the security system is currently armed and will stay off while the system is disarmed. The yellow LED lit up solid indicates that the LYNX Touch security system is currently in alarm mode after a burglary alarm. The yellow LED will flash when a fire alarm has been activated. If the yellow LED is off, no alarms are present. The green LED indicates the 5800RL has proper power. If the green LED is flickering, a wireless RF signal is being processed from the LYNX Touch wireless security system. There is also a separate red LED by itself towards the center of the circuit board which indicates RF interference. If the red interference LED is lit solid, you should relocate your Honeywell 5800RL wireless relay module.

As sirens and sounders need a power supply, you will normally connect an auxiliary power supply to the power terminals of the Honeywell 5800RL wireless relay module. You will need a power supply with enough amperage to power the sirens you have connected. A 16.5VAC transformer will power the power supply which will provide power out to the sounders. We recommend adding a backup battery to the power supply so that your sirens will work even during a power outage. We also recommend housing the power supply and battery inside of a small metal alarm cabinet to keep the installation secure and neat. Once you have made all the necessary power connections, simply use the DIP switches on the 5800RL wireless relay module to match the House ID code of your Honeywell LYNX Touch wireless security system. You can also program the 5800RL’s tamper/supervisory feature by programming a zone with zone type (5) which is trouble by day/alarm by night and input type (3) which is supervised RF. The loop number of the zone should be set to (1) and you will need to enroll the serial number off of the wireless relay module.


Ah, I apologize for that mis-information. We originally thought the 5800RL was going to be supported as the Lyric has the RF House Code programming but unfortunately the Lyric doesn't support any of the bi-directional 5800 Series devices. We've updated that other page to remove that line about supporting the 5800RL.
Thanks, that explains it. I was going by this link:
Unfortunately, the 5800RL is not compatible with the Lyric system.
I am having trouble getting the 5800RL to work with my Lyric. I have tried many different configurations. There is no option for remote sounder. I can get it to auto enroll its serial number but then I get stuck on the other parameters. The 5800C2W works fine (hardwired retrofit). Any help or screen shots would be appreciated.
Assuming it has some sort of relay or contact on it that should work. Cannot make any guarantees. Relay Rating is 2A, 28VAC/VDC. Provides two, dry contact, form-C relays. Relay A activates on an alarm condition, and follows bell time out. Relay A will latch on in a Burg condition and do Temporal pulsing in Fire alarm. Relay B activates when system is armed in any condition, then unlatches when disarmed.
Could one use this relay to activate/deactivate a maglock?
Go for it, if it works, let me know. I assume you basically jump your commons out on the 5800RL then come off NO on relay A, and NC on relay B, but I'm lost as to where things are going on Relay C, and if you have your diode in that position, won't it keep current from flowing to your sounder/LED?
I think I would need to add a 2nd DPST relay, I would supply power to the LED through relay B in series with one pair of contacts on the 2nd relay. When relay A triggers, it will supply current to the coil of the 2nd relay via a diode, as well as to the siren. The 2nd relay would be wired to latch on, but supply the coil from it's own contact. When relay A deactivates, the 2nd relay stays active until relay B deactivates and removes power.
The 5800RL will follow bell timeout on Relay A, so the only way to make it stay activated, would be to turn off bell timeout. There is a trigger on the L7000, which is programmable, however it only provides 3mA of current, so I'm not sure it would be enough by itself to light an LED. You could certainly try it. If it's not enough current, you'd have to add a sensitive relay, such as the RBSNTTL, and trigger it with the output trigger, and break one leg of power through the relay to light your LED.
My old Radionix system had an LED mounted on a plate on the exterior of the house. It was programmed to turn on if the alarm had gone off - as a visual indication that perhaps intruders may still be inside. Unlike the siren, it stayed on until the alarm was disarmed. Can I use this relay to do that? I have a 7000 panel.
You could wire up Relay B to a strobe like this one - to show it the system is armed or disarmed.
Do you have any recommendations for an exterior set of arm/disarm lights that can be used with the 5800RL? I would like to have a visual indication of the system being armed and disarmed when using a keyfob to arm the system when I'm already out of the house
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