Honeywell L3000: How to Program a 5834-4 with a Panic Button?


This video will show you how to program a Honeywell 5834-4 wireless key transmitter into the Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system while using a panic function key assigned to button four. To program from the L3000 wireless system select 4112 800, * 56, select an available zone between 26-41 and each button will take up a zone so keep that in mind, we used zone 29 in continuance of our Honeywell 5834-4 programming, *, zone type 07, *, C10 report code, *,05 button type, E1 loop press the panic button 2 times, verify the serial number, *, zone description change if needed, *, 00 *99 to exit programming. Now that you are out of programming you can call GEOARM Security to test your Honeywell 5834-4 wireless key transmitter to make sure we are receiving signals correctly.   

By adding the Honeywell 5834-4 wireless key transmitter to your Honeywell LYNX Plus L3000 wireless security system's programming you unlock some convenient features. The Honeywell 5834-4 features four buttons that can be programmed for individual control or can be paired for 2 button controls, which allows for 8 functions for multiple applications like arming, disarming, panics and more. The Honeywell 5834-4 comes programmed in high-security mode for an added layer of protection against cyber-attacks. The triple LED function gives indication that a signal was sent when the user selects a function, indicates if the wireless key is in high-security or normal mode, and notifies you of the battery status. The Honeywell 5834-4 wireless key transmitter buttons are recessed and include easy understanding icons to help alleviate false alarms.

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