Modified on: Tue, 25 Jun, 2019 at 5:44 PM
This video will show you how to change the date and time on the Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system. To change the date and time from the keypad select the master code "default is 1234", #, 6, 3, enter hour, add, select am or pm, add, enter minutes, add, select month, add, select day, add, select year, add and now you have changed the date and time on the Honeywell L3000 wireless system.
The Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system is a combination control panel, keypad and siren. The Honeywell L3000 can support up to 40 wireless zones and one hardwired zone. Most families prefer to have their own individual disarm codes which is perfect because the Honeywell L3000 will allow for up to 8 different user codes. The Honeywell L3000 offers you the availability to go back and view 84 previous system events. On the alpha numeric keypad there is a full real time clock that can be adjusted if need be. Inside the Honeywell L3000 wireless security system you will find an alarm backup battery that can provide power in the event the power goes down for up to 6 hours. The Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system reports to the central station with full Contact ID via GSM or Telco communications.
One of the most convenient features of the Honeywell L3000 wireless security system is its capabilities of activating Honeywell AlarmNet Total Connect 2.0 "TC 2.0" applications when the GSMVLP-4G is used. Once TC 2.0 has been synced with your Honeywell L3000 system you can begin arming/disarming, receiving notifications and manipulating user profiles remotely from anywhere in the world.
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