Honeywell L5210: Introduction to the Wireless Alarm System

This video is to introduce the all new Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 wireless alarm system. This system features a 4.3 inch high definition touch screen display with words and icons that are very large which makes it easy for you to navigate and understand the menu driven navigation system. This system has 2 hard button keys – which makes it easy to access the home screen and emergency functions if necessary. The activation of GEOARM’S total connect 2.0 with these systems can offer you some very handy add-on features such as emergency tornado warnings and traffic alerts. The L5210 display will allow you to view up to one camera on the actual display as long as you have the L5100 WIFI CARD internalized. Supported cameras are as follows ipcam-wo, ipcam-wi2 and the ACU “analog converter unit”.  If you only wish to view the camera from your smart device than any of the L5210 wireless kits that support tc2.0 will work beautifully with your supported cameras! With this system you will get a high level of functionality with z-wave Technology. This means you can control and automate your thermostats, garage doors, lights, locks, sirens and water valves from the actual panel itself or while using the Honeywell total connect 2.0 applications. Don’t forget to activate your APL or advanced protection logic also known as SMASH PROOF (This feature CAN BE ADDED TO INTERNET, CELLULAR OR DUAL PATH VERSIONS ONLY.

HERE ARE THE HONEYWELL L5210 HIGHLIGHTED FEATURES

–              Randomized lighting control– This is perfect if you are going out of town and want to set a light schedule to make it seem as if you are home at night (you must have the home automation card and services for this feature to work.)

–              Rf jam detection- the system will alert you of a trouble if Someone tries to tamper with the radio frequency.

–              Night stay mode – CLICK THE BOX ON YOUR SCREEN TO view A VLOG ARTICLE for more information

–              Exit error feature which is where the system is able to differentiate between an actual alarm and an exit alarm where a door was left open after the exit delay process.

THE 5210 BASIC SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SYSTEM

–              64 programmable zones with an additional 16 dedicated key fob zones

–              32 user codes including (installer, master and 30 secondary codes, including duress and guest)

–              A View able event history which will store up to 128 previous events

–              Neat feature 10 select able chime types – to differentiate zones by sound

For overall user friendliness GEOARM SECURITY is able to program your system remotely so no need to physically program your alarm system anymore which means less time and hassle!

The Five packages are as follows

– Phone line AND VOIP

– Wi-Fi

– Broad band

–  Cellular

– And Dual path version

The most reliable versions will be the cellular and dual path system’s because the internal cellular module is powered off of the panels’ backup battery so in the event the power goes out your system can still report to us. For the easiest DIY installation GEOARM offers the L5000dm desk mount and the LT cable both of these items in tandem will simplify any DIY installation. (Perfect for apartment or condo rental’s where you don’t want to damage the units.) For more information on the Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 wireless security system contact us at geoarm.com or by calling us at 1-877-443-6276

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 Honeywell LYNX Touch L7000 5834-4EN: DIY How to Program Sensor?

Today we are going to show you how to program a 5834-4EN 4 button key transmitter into the LYNX Touch L7000 wireless security system. The first thing we are gonna do is select security, more, tools, default installer code ” 4112″. Now you want to select the button that says program, select the button labeled keys. Now you will see that there are no items to display select add new. Make sure the key type that is selected is 4 button because this transmitter has 4 buttons. Now you will want to assign a user we will use master for now. Now its time to learn the serial number in once that is selected. Use button one or the “arm away” button to learn the serial number in. You will be pressing this button in 3 sequences.

Press and hold the arm away button once, the system will acknowledge. Press the arm away button once again, now you will see the serial number and the loop number appear. Verify that the serial number and loop number are learned correctly with the 5834-4EN programming guide located inside the manufacturer box. Once you have verified this information click the arm away button one final time and this will bring you back to the programming section. Now you want to look at the bottom 4 boxes in this guide these will be the actions for the buttons. To the top left is arm away or button 1, button 2 is for disarm, button 3 is for arm stay “deactivating motion detectors”. The last box or button 4 comes un programmed. What we like to do at GEOARM security is program this as a 24 hour audible panic. To do this click the no response button, locate 24 hour audible siren and select that. After the completion of this select save and it is time to back out of programming to test your key fob buttons to verify all of your keys work the way you like them to.

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 Honeywell L5200: DIY How to Reset the Installer Code?

A common mistake diyers make while using there Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200 wireless security system is they access the programming mode and end up locking themselves out when done. This occurs because when exiting programming mode the system will always ask you if you would like the installer to access programming mode again. Typically you are supposed to say yes and then back out. Some people tend to rush through programming and end up saying no. This will not allow you to get back into programming mode.  This video will show you how you can correct this issue. As the video shows you want to make sure your system’s back up battery is unplugged. Once this has been completed you than want to unplug the transformer for a few seconds. Go ahead and plug the transformer back into the outlet. The system will go through a startup procedure this is normal. Once the system loads you will see the red standby notice at the top of the screen. At the time you see this hold down the unlock key for three seconds,  you will notice the digital keypad pops up. From this point you will enter clear 0,0 at this point your system will take you to the area where you enter programming. Now you should be able to select program, if it allows you to do this you have completed the process successfully! Just make sure anytime in the future when leaving programming mode that you always say yes to allow installer back into programming!

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 Honeywell’s APL “Advanced Protection Logic”

Hey Everyone Brad Finger here with GEOARM Security. Today we will be talking about Honeywell’s proprietary APL or (Advance Protection Logic.) which is available with LYNX Touch and LYNX Plus L3000 Wireless Security systems.The L3000 must have a revision number of 21.10 or higher to utilize this feature.
Now,In most homes people will set there most frequent points of entry on delay mode. This is where you enter your home and the system gives you around 30 seconds to disarm before it goes into an alarm. Since the brains of the system are all consolidated into the panel there is a risk in placing your panel near one of these delayed zones. If an intruder was to break into your home through one of these delay zones they could run in, grab the system, and either smash it or throw it in a bucket of water rendering the system. Luckily with professional monitoring through GEOARM and the activation of the APL your system will send a ping to our central monitoring station every time one of these delay doors is opened letting us know the system is ok. Once you enter your 4 digit disarm pass code we will receive another signal letting us know you have disarmed your system and it is still in tact. If we don’t receive this final ping we will than treat it as an alarm and reach out to the emergency contact list provided by the client and dispatch if protocol calls for that. In our opinion this feature is a very important feature to activate on your system. If you have any questions please contact us 1-877-443-6276 and be on the look out for many more video blogs to come your way!
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 Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200: How to Wire the Transformer to the Wireless Security System?

Today we will show you how to wire the transformer into the Honeywell LYNX Touch L5200 wireless security system. You will need the L5200 transformer, the alarm panel itself, a 22 gauge by 2 wire, and lastly a flat head screw driver. Depress the two tabs on the top of the system, be very careful laying the system down because you do not want to damage the 4.7 inch touch screen display. You will see both ends of the wire will be prepared differently. The end that is meant to get wired into the transformer will have less conduit exposed and more of the actual copper exposed. With the extra copper exposed you will see that you than want to take the ends and make two hooks with the ends, this will help you when you wrap them around the screws on the transformer. The other end of the wire will be going through the back mounting plate. On this side of the wire you will see their is more of the conduit exposed and less copper, this is so when you place the wire ends into the terminals there is less of a chance to have any copper exposed which could short your panel out. After you have place the red wire around the positive terminal on the transformer go ahead and do the same for the black wire to the negative terminal on the transformer You can go ahead and place the transformer down for the time being. Now go ahead and run the wire through the area as shown on the video and wire the red wire into the 9vdc this is where your red wire will go and GND is where your black wire will go. Now close your system up make sure the two depressions snap together and your all ready to give your wireless security system power!

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