Modified on: Tue, 25 Jun, 2019 at 5:45 PM
This video will show you how to program a Honeywell 5816 Day/Night into a window using the Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 wireless security system.
To program the Honeywell 5816 Day/Night from the home screen select security, more, tools, installer code "default installer code is 4112", program, highlight an available zone, edit, select serial number, learn in the 7 digit serial number, loop 2, enter zone description, device type window, response type day/night, alarm report yes, select chime type, supervision supervised, save, back, yes, exit to home screen.
Day/Night is used when programming windows where the system is disarmed and the sensor is opened or tripped the alarm system will go into a trouble mode and requires acknowledgement. When the system is armed and the sensor is tripped the alarm system will go directly into an alarm. The day/night setting is not so much about what time of day the system is armed or disarmed, it’s a matter of whether the system is armed or disarmed and the reaction of the sensor.
The Honeywell 5816 window contact is a two zone wireless transmitter with both built-in magnetic reed switches and wired closed circuit contact loop. It Features a standard white plastic case “a brown case is available in packs of three and included is a supervised replaceable battery.
The Honeywell 5816 contacts are one of the larger contacts that Honeywell develops aesthetically but, for overall usage the 5816 contact is a great addition to your wireless security system. The Honeywell 5816 has a large antenna, which gives you a better connection back to the Honeywell L5210 system.
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Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 Frequently Asked Questions "FAQ's"
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