Lyric Security System: Delete Key Fob

A comprehensive explanation of how to delete a key fob quickly from your DIY security system in case it’s lost or stolen.

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If your key fob is lost or stolen, Immediate action is vital because your home and property are vulnerable to unauthorized access. Fortunately, it’s an easy procedure as this tutorial will show you.

A key fob is a smart addition to your Lyric Security System because it allows you to control the unit remotely. You can view its current status whether it’s armed or disarmed. You can also see if the Controller is ready to arm. But its value is in the control it offers the user.

You can arm or disarm without entering a master code for immediate action. You can disarm it when you come home for hands-free operation. Likewise, you can arm the system if you forget when you’ve left the house. Our video on disarming/arming explains how to activate the system manually from the Controller.

The key fob comes with an additional safety feature to trigger an emergency panic alert if you are approached by a stranger outside of your home. These are all excellent reasons to consider adding one to your home security system. However, they also represent a vulnerability. The same convenient features that you enjoy puts your home’s protection at risk if it is lost or stolen.

You have the ability to both install or delete a key fob through the control panel going through the Tools menu using the installer code. Adding a new device is shown in a separate video. The user-friendly interface on the Controller makes it easy to remove a lost advice to keep your home safe and secure.

You can also view all the key fobs you have installed on your security system along with their respective serial numbers for quick identification. The video shows the critical procedure of removing a device if needed.

It’s vital to remove a key fob from your system as soon as you discover it’s been lost. Fortunately, it’s simple process with only a few steps. Once the key fob is removed, it is immediately disabled. It can no longer control any functioning of your home security system to arm or disarm the Controller.

Alternatively, you can have a device removed remotely by contacting your monitoring provider. Again, prompt action is vital as soon as you know the device is gone to delete it instantly. Our team is available 24/7 for immediate assistance.

The key fob is a welcome addition to the components of your security system because it offers the convenience of remote operation. However, it comes with a price if the device is lost or stolen. It’s easy to remove one to keep you and your family safe whether you do it manually through the control panel or with the assistance of your provider.


Hi DIY-ers, Sterling with Alarm Grid here. And today, we're going to show you how to delete a key fob from your Honeywell Lyric system. So key fobs, such as the 5834-4 or the new Lyric key fob as well, is going to be supported by this system. So, any of the 5800 series key fobs and the new Lyric key fob are all supported by this system, and no matter what key fob that you have, key fobs are a great way to one touch arm or disarm the system. So, put them on your key chains, are very handy, you can arm, disarm, to away or stay, with a touch of a button and not need to know a code.

They're good for handing out to friends or neighbors that may need temporary access to the house without giving away your secure user codes. You can even set it up to set off a panic button from the fob, so that if you're approaching the home and someone attacks you, or have any reason to sound the alarm in the house, because you hear things outside the house that are suspicious, you can press a button on the fob to set off the panic. So, a whole host of reasons that you would use the fob and a really nice security addition to your system for convenience sake.

However, by making it convenient, it's also a potential security risk, and it's important to understand that. If someone got hold of your keys, okay? They now have a key to your door. They can unlock your door and come in, and if this is on your key chain, they now have a device, without knowing your code, they'll be able to disarm your system, unlock your lock and have full access to your house. So it's very, very, important that you know where this is at all times, and if you were to lose it, that you know that it's very easy to delete the key fob from the system. So that if someone did get a hold of this fob, as long as you've deleted it, they can't come and disarm the system with a touch of a button.

So we hope you never lose your fob, and if you do, we want you to know that there is a way to keep the security, and then that way, if you're thinking you didn't want to use a fob, because you were worried about that kind of risk, maybe you'd be able to use the convenience features and still account for the security issues. So, to delete a fob, it's very simple. We're going into programming, by hitting tools and 4112, which is the default installer code. We're going to zip past this AlarmNet 360 prompt, this is a prompt you'll see, only if your system has not yet been enabled for monitoring. You just say, "No," if you're not monitored. We hit program and keys, and you can see we only have one key fob program so far, it is this 5834-4 that we just programmed in a prior video.

And to delete it, can't get much easier. Highlight it so it's blue, click delete, and yes you're sure. Now, no items to display. If we know a criminal or somebody got a hold of our fob, because the fob has been deleted from the system programming, when we come back to the home screen, this device that previously was arming and disarming our system is not doing anything at all. It's still in high security mode, but because it's been deleted from the programming, there's no way that someone would be able to break in, or to disarm the system and gain access to the property without you knowing about it. And that deletion can be done locally, if you know you lost it and you can get home and do it.

Or if you're monitored and you're not home, and you want to get that thing deleted as soon as you lose your key fob or as soon as you know that you've lost your key fob, your monitoring provider should have the ability to delete that remotely on a 5834-4 sensor. We hope you've enjoyed that video on how to delete a key fob from your Honeywell Lyric security system. If you have any questions on deleting your fobs from your system, please let us know, And make sure to subscribe to our channel, so you're kept up to date on all of the videos that we'll be releasing, about all of the great features on this new Honeywell Lyric security system.