This video will show you how to install the backup battery inside the Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system. The Honeywell LYNXRCHKIT-SC is rated as a 7.2VDC battery and consisting of 6 AA 1100mah nickel metal hydride batteries that are wired in series. This particular backup battery will give you 4-6 hours of backup battery lifetime if your AC power is no longer working in your home or business. Once your system loses its main AC power the security system will begin using its Honeywell LYNXRCHKIT-SC as a resource. After the main AC power has been restored the Honeywell LYNXRCHKIT-SC will begin to charge itself in the event the AC power goes out again. Upon receiving the Honeywell L3000 system and the Honeywell LYNXRCHKIT-SC battery there will be a 48 hour time period where the backup battery will need to charge so you may see a low battery trouble until this battery is fully charged. The same goes for when the Honeywell L3000 system has lost its AC power. This backup battery can also power your optional AlarmNet internet and or cellular modules. In the event you continue to see a low power trouble at your security system for more than 48 hours it may be time to replace your backup battery. You can figure a lifetime between 5-7 years depending on how many times the Honeywell LYNXRCHKIT-SC has had to solely power your Honeywell L3000 System. 

If you are looking for more than 4-6 hours of security system back up battery time there is a 24 hour backup battery option available for your Honeywell LYNX Touch L3000 wireless security system. The part number for the 24 hour backup battery that can both power your AlarmNet L5100-WIFI, ILP5 4GL or your 3GL cellular communicators it is LYNXRCHKIT-SHA super high capacity battery backup. 

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