Honeywell L5100-WIFI: Installation Video

If you are installing an L5100-WIFI into your L5100, but aren't exactly sure how to accomplish the installation, this video is for you.

Okay so i have a plain telephone line to monitor my system. If i purchase the 5100 WIFI, it will show the weather and allow me to control the system via my iPhone correct? I don't want it to try to use WIFI as its main source for monitoring. Where i live, it was cheaper for me to to plain telephone line vs cellular and my provider only offers plain telephone line and cellular monitoring. Please just email me back. Im not sure if I can figure out how to get back to this thread. You have made great videos and they all helped me install smoke, heat detectors, How ever, i never saw anything on here for the Honeywell 5800 wireless series Window/Door Shock sensor, meaning if you bang on a glass door (5 levels of sensitivity) it will trigger the system if armed. I read they are better then glass breaks because it can stop the damage before it begins. Once again please just email me back about if it will screw up my telephone monitoring, as well as let the panel display local weather. Thanks again! B.
You do not need to be monitored by a central station for Total Connect but you do need to sign up with a company like us that would offer a standalone Total Connect option.
Great videos...... very easy to follow... THANK YOU!. question: do I need to be monitored in order to use total connect, wifi and cellular communication?

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Sterling installs an L5100-WIFI into our Honeywell LYNX L5100 control panel.

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L5100-WIFI: https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-l5100-wifi
L5100: https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-l5100

This video is made by the home security experts at https://www.alarmgrid.com. If you have any questions about the installation or purchasing of any of the products featured in this video, feel free to email support@alarmgrid.com, call us at 888-818-7728, or visit our site and chat with us online today! If you have a alarm system that needs monitoring, check out Alarm Grid's great prices on alarm monitoring! https://www.alarmgrid.com/monitoring.


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Hi, DIYers. Sterling from Alarm Grid here, and today we're going to show you how to install an L5100. That's Wi-Fi Internet alarm communicator into your L5100 links touch control panel. The links touch supports three different communication paths, phone line, Internet, and cellular, and different than the L5000 original links touch, it can actually do a dual path communication option. So you can do Internet and GSM, which is a nice feature. Now, if you are going to do Internet and GSM, you do have to use the L5100 Wi-Fi instead of the ILP5 Internet communicator, and we'll show you why in a second.

Very simple installation. All you're going to need is a screwdriver or something to pop the panel open. You have the two tabs along the top. Insert your screwdriver, pop one tab at a time, the panel begins to beep to show that there's a cover tamper. To silence the tamper, all you have to do is press this unlock key, enter your master code, we have it set default, 1-2-3-4, and now we can pop the next tab, and the panel swings down.

Now, before making any kind of connection here, you do want to power the system down, so we're going to remove our battery, and we're going to remove our LT cable, which is our AC power. You can see that the panel is now dead.

So, as I said before, the GSM unit which we have installed, and we have a video showing you how to do that, so you can check that one out, installs on this side right here. This is also the side that the ILP5 hardwired Internet communicator would install. So, therefore, the L5100 Wi-Fi is the only Internet communicator that you can use in addition or along with the GSM unit.

To install the L5100 Wi-Fi, it is as simple as locating the edge connector on the right side of the board below the speaker. You have a black port on the L5100 Wi-Fi. You simply insert the circuit board onto the edge connector. Push it down with the black port until it's snug. You can see it fits nicely in there, and now you are ready to close up the panel.

Last thing you want to do is power it back up. We always recommend to plug the battery in first, otherwise you may generate a low battery signal. The battery will not power the panel up on its own. It will only hold it up if you lose AC power once it's on. After the battery is on, plug in the LT cable, and you can close your L5100. Once it boots back up, you're ready to go. You simply activate your L5100 Wi-Fi with an alarm net dealer, so that you can get alarm monitoring services and the optional total connect interactive feature.

If you have any issues with your L5100 Wi-Fi installation, please give us a call at 888-818-7728. You can also feel free to email us at support@alarmgrid.com.


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