Honeywell L5200PK-5811

Basic Wireless Home Security Kit with Wafer Thin Sensors

Honeywell l5200pk 5811 base system with 5811 sensors and no comm

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This kit includes 1 5800PIR-RES motion detector, 3 5811s, a 5834-4 key fob, and the L5200 system itself. It does not come with any of the available communicators. Consider, also, including the LT-Cable with any kit, as it makes DIY installations much more simple. This kit is the same as the L5200PK, except that it comes with 3 5811 door and window sensors instead of the bulkier 5816 sensors.

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This kit comes complete with almost everything a person needs to be monitored with a state-of-the-art wireless security system including Honeywell’s aesthetically pleasing, wafer-thin 5811 door and window sensors. This kit is perfect for the security minded and aesthetically conscious buyer.

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Wireless 4 Button Security Key Fob
List Price: $50.00
Our Price: $28.99
Wireless Pet Immune Motion Detector
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Wireless Thin Door Sensor and Window Sensor
LYNX Touch Wireless Home Security System and Alarm Control Panel
The L52000 and the L7000 are capable of the same sorts of automation features. You can see a list of the differences between the two units Here: https://www.alarmgrid.com/faq/honeywell-l5200-vs-l7000.
Is the 7000 capable of this feature?
Not sure if you are still in the market, but we are now offering a device that integrates your existing wired smokes. It is called the Encore FF345 - https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/encore-ff345. It is a listening device that will trip by the sound of a smoke detector as long as its mounted within 6 inches of a smoke. Check out the user guide here: https://www.alarmgrid.com/documents/encore-firefighter-ff345-installation-manual-and-user-guide
Hi Ash, I'm sorry that you are disappointed with the automation capabilities of the LYNX Touch L5200. You can created scenes/rules to activate the lights off system actions, zone faults, and schedule times but you are correct in that you can't add the second layer or logic that would allow a scene/rule to only run after a delay period. You may find a home automation system like the Vera is a better option for your more advanced Z-Wave needs. The L5200 can act as a Secondary Controller so that you could include all the Z-Wave devices into the LYNX for security/automation integration and then you could send those same Z-Wave devices down to the Vera for the more advanced Z-Wave needs.
Honeywell did a poor job on z wave automation capability in Lynx5200 as it is very basic. Does not allow to add any timer feature to turn on/off a light after a preset delay. I had a 15 year old Honeywell system that has this feature which I can link to my Motion sensors to turn on / off lights. Not very happy.
Unfortunately, there is no way to integrate wired smokes with LYNX Touch systems. That may change but as it stands now there is no way to do it. You would need to install a 5808W3 ( https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-5808w3 ) if you are looking to integrate smoke detection with the LYNX Touch system.
Assuming I have a smoke detector system that has a relay in it that will activate either a NC or NO pair or wires. Can these be wired into the Lynx 5200 to create an alert if the smoke alarms trigger? I am considering the self-monitoring option, to send text or email alerts.
If you use a wireless or wired relay module and a power supply, you can hooked up nearly any wired siren to a LYNX Touch. This document details the connections - https://www.alarmgrid.com/documents/honeywell-lynxtouch-external-sounder-install-guide
Can I hook up the Amseco SSX-52S to Honeywell L5200PK-5811
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