Honeywell 5804BDV

Wireless Bi-Directional Talking Security Key Fob

Honeywell 5804bdv wireless bi directional talking security key fob

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The Honeywell 5804BDV is a four button wireless security key fob which can remotely control Honeywell wireless security systems, and spea...

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The Honeywell 5804BDV is a four button wireless security key fob which can remotely control Honeywell wireless security systems, and speak system status back to the user. The 5804BDV is a bi-directional device, meaning that that it can also receive signals from the control panel in addition to sending signals to a Honeywell security system. Because it is bi-directional, the 5804BDV must be used in conjunction with a bi-directional 5800 transceiver module such as the Honeywell 6150RF, 6160RF, 5883H, LYNX series control panel, or with a combination of a 5800TM wireless transmitter module and a 5800 series wireless receiver. These modules will allow the alarm control panel to communicate wireless signals back to the 5804BDV as well as receiving wireless signals from the bi-directional key fob. The Honeywell 5804BDV wireless talking key fob is functionally similar to the Honeywell 5804BD with the addition of spoken voice descriptions of system status back to the user. Typically, the four buttons are programmed for arm away, arm stay, disarm, and panic, but can be programmed for any zone function of the Honeywell security system it is being used with. The 5804BDV is programmed using the House ID feature. The same House ID must be programmed in the Honeywell wireless security system, and the 5804BDV security key fob. Each button of the 5804BDV key fob should be programmed as an individual zone with a “BR” (Button Type RF) input type in order to ensure that the security system it is programmed to does not display trouble signals when the device is taken out of range.

Using the bi-directional functionality of the Honeywell 5804BDV means that users can check the status of their security system prior to sending an arm or disarm command. To check the security system status, press and release any button momentarily. The 5804BDV will relay that status of the system using both voice messages, and LED indicator activity (as per the System Status Indications Table below). If the security system does not send status back to the 5804BDV key fob after (5) seconds, the device generates a (1) second long tone.

The 5804BDV security key fob is equipped with (2) CR2430 batteries which come pre-installed. A low battery will prevent the yellow LED from flashing when a button is pressed and will also send a low battery trouble signal to the Honeywell wireless control panel. Honeywell 5804BDV System Status Indications Table

LEDLED ConditionSpeechSystem Status
RedOn Steady
On Steady
”System Armed Away”
”System Armed Stay”
”Fire Fire Zone” (Faulted Zone)
”Alarm Alarm Zone” (Faulted Zone)
”Alarm Alarm Zone” (Faulted Zone)
Armed Away or Maximum
Armed Stay or Instant
Fire Alarm in Progress
Armed, Burglary in Progress
Alarm Memory
GreenOn Steady
”System Disarmed Ready to Arm”
”System Disarmed Not Ready to Arm”
Disarmed, Ready to Arm
System Not Ready, Zones Faulted
Yellow (right)Flashing - Indicates RF Transmission
Red & GreenAlternately Flashing - In Enter House ID Mode
In Set Volume Level Mode
- - System AC Loss
Low Battery
AC Loss Condition
Low Battery Condition

Brand: Honeywell

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