Honeywell Lyric Verizon-CDMA 10-1 Kit

Alarm System, 10 Door/Window Sensors, Motion, 8' Cabl

Honeywell lyricpk10 vz a dual path security system w verizon cel

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The LyricPK10-VZ comes with a WIFI and Z-Wave ready Lyric controller, 10 VERSA-2GIG MINI door/window sensors, 1 SiXPIR, 1 LYRIC-CDMA, the Verizon version of the Lyric communicator, and 1 LT-Cable for easy installation.
  • Z-Wave
  • Home Assistant
  • Apple HomeKit
  • Total Connect
  • Amazon Alexa

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Alarm System, 10 door/window sensors, 1 Motion, 8' Cable
List Price: $902.00
Our Price: $418.99
Verizon Cellular Communicator for the Lyric Security System
Key fobs - Seems like a bad idea to me. Your wife leaves her purse somewhere or has it stolen. The person who has her purse has your address, the keys to your house and the instant off key fob for your alarm. If the car is not too hard to find with the remote, they can even drive your car to your house and open the garage door to give them plenty of privacy to gain entry without getting any attention. Generally speaking, convenience defeats security. KISS
Hi Nigel, I'm glad you found us and I think a Lyric system would be an excellent choice for a DIY install. As long as you plan to get one of our central station monitoring plans (available at the top of https://www.alarmgrid.com/monitoring ), we would include Advanced Protection Logic (APL) as a feature of your monitoring. You can read more about APL at https://www.alarmgrid.com/faq/what-is-advanced-protection-logic-apl but it will protect your Lyric from the type of intrusion you described. Another option is to install an LKP500 keypad (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lkp500 ) by your main entry points and then have the Lyric in a more secure location so that it's less likely to be destroyed during a break-in. Also, keep in mind, you can arm/disarm from a mobile device if you have monitoring service and therefore, you may not need extra physical keypads in the home.
I think many put the main Lyric pad in another room such as a master bedroom, etc. You can put a second keypad near the door, or just use the FOB. There was a feature starting with the 5xxx series for the smash and grab part, forget the proper name. However, when the alarm was armed and sensed a trigger, it immediately sent the alert to the alarm company. Once you disable the alarm, it would send the all clear back to the alarm company. If it does not get the all clear, the alarm company contacts the police, etc.
Hello, Sterling, I'm new to this but have been doing my research. I find Alarmgrid's DIY support approach very appealing, and I'm interested in a Honeywell system. My first question is this, about the Lyric: With so many elements contained in the one wall panel — keypad, controller, and communicator (and siren) — isn't it vulnerable to being destroyed by an intruder? I assume an attack on the panel would cancel an alarm if the Lyric panel was destroyed during the time delay countdown. Some other systems, though less sophisticated in some ways, locate the keypad in an accessible place and a controller in a hidden place (e.g. closet), and this controller, if a sensor is triggered, uses its connected communicator to contact the central station and sometimes also send an alert to your mobile device. Second Question: Is there a way to have the Lyric control panel contact a separate communicator in order to reduce the system's vulnerability to a smash attack on the panel? Thank you, Nigel
Yes, there is a desk mount kit for the Lyric Controller available at https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/lcp500-dk. We have a list of compatible items for the Lyric at https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lyric-controller/compatible but basically any 5800 Series device should work aside from the 5800WAVE siren, 5828 and 5828V wireless keypads and 5800RL wireless relay module. However, with that said, the Lyric does work with the new SiXSIREN (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-sixsiren) and the new LKP500 (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lkp500) wireless keypad.
I have the 5100 and it sits on a desk with that desk mount kit. Does such a kit exist for the Lyric? Also, do you have a link to compatible 5800 devices? I have 5800WAVE sirens and I was told they do not work with Lyric.
Yes the port is on the back side of the keypad. You can snake the power cable in the wall. We recommend purchasing the LT-Cable: https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lt-cable. This offers a convenient way to connect the transformer to the Lyric Controller. The panel does not ship with any cabling.
On the Lyric controller, is the power port on the back (wall) side of the unit? I want the unit to be wall mounted but have no cable or wiring showing.
We offer a Self Gold plan, which can utilize Cellular, or WIFI with Cellular as a backup, and includes Total Connect 2.0 with Automation Services enabled. You can check out all our plans here: www.alarmgrid.com/monitoring
I would like to buy a Lyric alarm system and I want to self monitor. Can self-monitoring be accomplished via cellular communicator? I am concerned that someone could cut the coax internet cable and sever the ability to report via wifi/internet.
thank you, this was very informative.
Yes you can setup the lyric as a secondary controller. Under automation go to tools then advanced tools. After entering your master or installer code you should see a "learn" button. First you will need to place the ST hub in inclusion mode then press the learn function on the Lyric. This should migrate all the z-wave devices to your Lyric panel. Be patient with the process and do not do any testing for at least 5 minutes. This will give the mesh network some time to send all the data over to the Lyric and optimize the mesh network.
I already have Smarterthings hub that controls z-wave GE smart dimmers in my house , is it possible to add lyric controller as secondary controller to control z-wave devices in my home?
Lighting fast response. Thanks
Hi Larry. There is no supported solution for this yet. However we had a customer recently setup a 12VDC transformer with a wired siren connected to a z-wave appliance module: https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/linear-ps15z-2. You can set up a rule to trigger this device on upon alarm and toggle it off after bell timeout.
Hi Sterling. I've been watching your videos, fantastic. I like the Honeywell Lyric controller and want to have exterior hard wired Siren to the system. There is an outlet in my attic. Can I use a Z wave outlet with timer, Z wave relay, or You descussed that an old hard wired system can be intergraded to the Lyric. Could you tell me if this can do done and what products to use. Thanks Larry
There is a siren built into the main Lyric controller which can be used as the only siren for your property's system. If you'd like to add additional sirens for more points of siren annunciation in the property, you can add additional wireless SiXSIRENS (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-sixsiren ). The kits we offer are kits that come to us from Honeywell so to do a "custom" kit, you either start with one of the kits we offer at https://www.alarmgrid.com/browse/wireless-security-systems and then use the Security Products drop down at the top of any page on our site to navigate to the various sensor category pages to add other SiX Series wireless devices (the Lyric also supports 5800 Series sensors as well) to your shopping cart to put together a system that suit your property's needs or you can start with just the Lyric controller itself (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lyric-controller ) and then add the additional sensors you need in a shopping cart. Feel free to email support@alarmgrid.com if you have any additional questions.
I am confused BECAUSE MOST LYRIC KITS come with a SIREN TOO.. please contact me cause i am interested in custom kit
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