Modified on: Tue, 25 Jun, 2019 at 5:44 PM
This video shows you how to program a Honeywell 5802WXT wireless panic button into a Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200 wireless security system? First take your Honeywell 5802WXT and remove it out of its box and write down the 7 digit serial number. Now locate your Honeywell L5200 wireless security system and from the home screen select security, more, tools, enter installer code "default is 4112", program, zones, highlight an available zone, select serial number box, enter in the 7 digit serial number, loop number 1, zone description, device type medical, response type use 24 hour audible, report yes, chime disabled, supervision supervised, save, back, yes exit to the home screen. Make sure to contact GEOARM Security so that we can test to make sure you programmed your Honeywell 5802WXT wireless sensor.
The Honeywell 5802WXT wireless panic button features a sleek, compact with multi-wear accessories. The sensor can be worn around the neck, wristband or as a clip. The Honeywell 5802WXT is also water resistant so it can be worn inside or outside without having to worry about damaging device. These pendants can be programmed as a police, fire, or medical pendant sending a panic alarm to the central alarm monitoring station. The Honeywell 5802WXT push button's on this sensor is recessed to reduce the risk of a false alarms caused by accidentally pushing the button in your pocket. To activate the Honeywell 5802WXT press and hold the button down for two seconds The Honeywell 5802WXT is compatible with all Honeywell 5800 series wireless security systems.
The Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200 wireless security system has been discontinued by Honeywell and will no longer produce these alarm panels. The L5200 has been replaced by the Honeywell L5210 wireless security system the link to the new system has been placed above.
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