Using a 5853 Glass Break Detector with a 2GIG GC3



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hey di wires Jer with alarmgrid here today we're gonna talk about if you can use a Honeywell 50:53 glass break detector with the 2gig gc3 system the answer is yes you can definitely use a Honeywell 50:53 glass break detector with the system because it is meant to be able to work with Honeywell 5800 series sensors now when you go ahead and program me 15:53 glass break detector into the gc3 you want to make sure that you are testing it as well just to make sure that this sensor is picking up any glass breaking make sure that it's working correctly if you wanted to go ahead and do that you can use the Honeywell FG 701 glass break detector simulator there are a couple others that are available as well if you want to go check that out just go take a look at our video at our webpage and we have a couple available but you want to go ahead and use that glass break detector simulator to make sure again that the sensor is working so as a side note about using the 5853 glass break detector it is actually compatible with the honeywell and 2gig version of the closest IQ panel to plus so if you ever had any of those existing around the home you wanted to look at a koala system you can go ahead and use the Honeywell and 2gig version of the koalas panel now before you go ahead and setup any other Honeywell 5800 series sensors with the closest IQ panel to plus or even the 2gig gc3 you want to go ahead and check the RF compatibility dock to make sure that that sensor is listed within that list because if it's not then unfortunately it won't be compatible so you want to make sure that shaking that list before you go ahead and set up any Honeywell 5800 series sensors so if you wanted to go ahead and program the Honeywell 5853 sensor with the 2gig gc3 you're just gonna follow these simple steps so on the main screen at the top right you're gonna look for the 2gig logo if you just tap on that it's going to bring up a keypad so this is gonna put you into the installer toolbox menu now in order to be able to access it you will need the installer code the default installer code for this system is one five six one one it's going to take you to a couple of different options here you're going go into system configuration and then you're gonna go into wireless zones and it's going to show you all your current zones and everything now if you have any current Jones programs they are going to show up as bold pink basically black they can let you know that these zones are being used at the moment and in any zones that are not being used they're going to be in grey and they're going to be a little bit transparent so at least you'll be able to tell which zones are not being used so for this instance zone 2 is not being used so we're just gonna go we're gonna hit the down arrow so you get to it and then you're gonna press edit zone so now that's going to take you to the next window to be able to program a sensor so on the left side these are all the options or all the different settings you can set to be able to program that certain sensor and on the right side it's going to show you the different prompts to be able to set those settings so first we're gonna start in sensor type so this is basically choosing if this is going to be like a door contact which can you be set up as an entry/exit zone or maybe a motion detector anything that is going to be set up as a parameter zone etc so for this instance normally glass break detectors or honeywell 5853 glass break detectors are normally programmed as perimeter sensors so that if the if these were our tripped it's going to immediately trigger the alarm you don't want to have an entry exit delay on this so that if anybody were to break that glass then you have the counts on going out on system and it's just it's not gonna trigger the alarm and so much later so for this instance if you want to program it to a perimeter you can either type in the two digit number for that specified sensor type or you can hit this little menu button right here you know bring a drop-down so for this we're just gonna type perimeter if you knew the two digit number it's just 0 3 once you don't let that you just hit the down arrow takes you to the next area so this is equipment code this is basically determining which sensor this is so if you know the equipment code you can just type it in here or you get to set the Menu button as well and you're gonna have a lot of different options so for this you're gonna scroll until you see the Honeywell 5800 as you can see it is zero five one nine Honeywell glassbreak 5853 so once you've found that then you're just going to hit the down arrow to go to the next screen and then it's gonna be Sierra number so there's two ways of doing this you can either manually type in the serial number which is most of the time located on the inside of the glass pick detector there's going to be a sticker right there this is the full serial number or you can auto enroll the sensor if you want to auto enroll the sensor you're just going to press the learn button and the system will go into a learning mode for this instance we're just gonna do the auto enroll option so whenever you have a glass speck detecting you're trying to auto enroll it there's two ways of doing so you can either hit the tamper button to have the system pick up the tamper switch or you could just either insert the battery so the panel could pick it up or if you have a battery tab you just pull the battery tab so it connects the battery and it does the same exact thing so we're gonna put in learning mode and now it's listening so as I said you can either hit the tamper switch or just put in the battery sometimes is picking up immediately so let's just do it again there I guess all right so sometimes you may have to do it more than once it happens every now and then but when you are Auto enrolling a sensor you just want to make sure that you are matching up the serial number that shows with the serial number that's displayed on the sensor so right now it's a zero five seven three zero eight six we have zero five seven three zero eight six so this is the correct sensor so once you've confirmed that you're just gonna press accept and this is gonna save the settings now just keep in mind very important is whenever you if you go ahead and program a glass break detector using the tamper switch sometimes for the loop number because that is very important sometimes the loop number would change and to it to the loop number that would work for the tamper switch but you want to make sure that is the correct loop number to be able to work with a glass break detector so for instance the glass break detector uses loop number one the tamper switch would sometimes default to loop number four so you want to make sure that it's correct when you're programming the sensor but for now once you've confirmed that the serial number is input just can hit the down arrow you can go to smart areas assignments this is basically setting up the glass break detector to a certain partition so if you have partition one portion to however partitions you have whichever one is set it up to this is where you're going to do that once you've done that you're going to hit the down arrow to equipment age this is basically telling the system whether this is a new glass break detector or an existing one for this we're just going to keep it on new and then as I said the sensor loop so for the glass quick detectives you want to make sure it's loop one if you did enroll it with the tamper switch sometimes it could be set to loop for which there is no loop for showed right here but sometimes you could do that but we're just going to keep it on loop 1 and then transmission delay which is next option this is basically a delay period for sending out the alarm transmission so if this classic detector would have tripped if you have the transmission delay set it won't send out any signals for about 30 seconds if you have it disabled then it'll immediately send out that signal we do sometimes recommend keeping it on enabled it is really up to you whichever one you want to set it to but for this we just can keep it enabled voice to script there this is basically just setting whatever you want this sensor to be named with the zone to be names you can set up to about six different descriptors for that zone so for instance like this one let's say we're gonna throw this to the living room so what you could do is just press edit voice descriptor and you could just type in the word living it's going to automatically pull up the word for you so you could just tap on it and then let's type in a room see how it automatically pulls it up let's say living room glass break you can see it pulls it up again glass breaks so we're at four if you wanted you can set two more words for it to describe it a little bit further once you're done with that you're just gonna press save and then we're gonna take it back to this to the previous screen so once you've confirmed that you can hit the down arrow and then you're going to go to some turn reports this is whether you want this sensor to be able to report out to the Central Station so basically if you don't want it to send out any signals if it were tripped you would disable it if you want it to then you keep it unable so for this we're just going to keep it enabled so next that we have is sensor supervised so this is for the system to detect whether the sensor is communicating properly to the alarm system or if there's an issue and the sensor is not communicating back to the panel so normally the panel is send out a signal to the sensor to be able to see if the sensor is okay if the sensor is not communicating then it's going to trigger a supervision loss on the panel and let you know something is going if the sensor is fine then it's not gonna do anything it'll just act normal as it would so if you wanted to be able to be supervised you'll just keep that enabled if you don't want it to be supervised you'll just disable it but normally you want it enabled so we're just gonna leave them enabled for now and then lastly we have Center chime so if you wanted this sensor to set off a chime on the system or any voice enunciation if the center would be tripped you can set up a certain chime you have different options right here to choose from you can do voice only I could do thing dong shaken to ding-ding a couple of different things on here that you can choose from but normally for a glass pick detector you just want to keep it disabled because this is a sudden perimeter you want this to basically let you know if the glass is breaking it's not gonna be like a normal door contact where you would like to normally hear whether that door is open or not so for this we just can keep that disabled and once you are done going through all of these settings you can either press back to zones you can hit the skip arrow to be able to take you to the next zone to go ahead and start programming that or you could just press return to system configuration so for this we're just gonna tap on that it's going to take it back to this menu and you go ahead and save the options or discard it or anything like that you hit the back arrow and it's gonna bring up this window so this is going to show you all the different settings you just set for this glass break detector we did to set it as perimeter we've gone through all the different options for the sit for the loop and everything once you confirmed everything is good you could just press save if you want to go back to the programming for this you could press go back or if you just want to discard everything just read this card and not save any of the options but for this we're gonna press save once you do that take it back to the main screen it's going to do a quick reboot and now your Center is successfully programs and that is the question whether a 5853 glass break detector works with the 2gig gc3 if you have any further questions about the 2gig gc3 or alarms in general please contact us at support alarmgrid comm or go to our website alarmgrid calm if you found this video helpful please like and subscribe if you don't notifications of future videos please click the belt like on this is Jerry with alarmgrid you ever self a great day


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