Submitted on 10/22/2012 Tariq
Protect all my doors and windows in my house with a 5816. Haven't changed a battery in 4 years and never had a false alarm unless it was my error.
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Walter Robinson
I know when there's an alarm at my house that every second counts. I don't want the police officers coming out to check on my alarm to waste one second finding my house so I put in a red 710 strobe above my garage door. It lights up bright and at night there's no way you can miss it. Now I know the police will get every chance to catch the scum that tries to break in.
Submitted on 10/22/2012 SHANE
CONTROL MY LIGHTS AND THERMOSTAT FROM MY LYNX TOUCH
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Joanne S.
We used to just get the beep beep everytime we opened our door. Now the talkign keypad actually tells us which door is open. Love this keypad!
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Ron L
Had a large steel door that I never protected with my security sytem because the magnetic switches never worked. I just had a heavy duty lock on it and trusted it would work. Now I used this switch and the magnet isnt blocked by the steel door. Fixed a problem I lived with for a long time.
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Harold Johnson
I use these throughout my warehouse and never have issues with false alarms. I have used many different motions in my past (GE, DSC, ELK, etc) but always had issues with false alarms. Great job Honeywell!
Submitted on 10/22/2012 John Schultz
I have a complex system with over 150 zones but was stuck using the old Total Connect 1.0 even though Honeywell had the newer Total Connect 2.0 available. I found this system and it was a snap to switch over. Now I have the much better Total Connect 2.0 service. Well worth the money.
Submitted on 10/22/2012 jorge
added this to my lyxn system because needed keypad at back door. easy to setup and works just like regular keypad
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Omer
Internet monitoring works very well with the Vista21IP
Submitted on 10/22/2012 Kev
When I hooked up my LYNX Touch I accidentally wired the power supply first and then touched the red and black wires. Oops! I had a hard time finding this part until I came across Alarm Grid. Talked to someone there that suggest the LT-Cable along with this and I had a much easier time hooking it up the second time. Dont touch wires!