Honeywell SiXCT: Lyric Controller Programming

Honeywell SiXCT: Lyric Controller Programming

hey everybody alarm club security here
and today we’re going to show you how to program a Honeywell SiXCT Wireless door
or window contact into the Honeywell lyric
controller so the first thing you want to do is remove the 60 t from its
manufacturer box inside you’ll find the magnet the cr123a three volts Panasonic
ion lithium battery which you will need and while you’re removing everything
make sure to keep everything in resellable condition in case you need to
return it for whatever reason and inside you’ll also find the installation and
programming guide you can keep the box and some of the other unused items to
the side and this is what you’re left with so from here what you’re going to
want to do is go ahead and enter in the programming so select security tools
enter in the installer code by default which is 4112 you can get
this select program zones and there’s a few different ways that you can learn
the serial number in I’ll show you if you’re just doing one particular one
I’ll go ahead and show you that way also show you if you hit start right this is
going to be the batch enrollment which is pretty cool so you want to just go
ahead and make sure the battery is plugged in and you’ll see the green
light starts to flash at this point you can well us in the enroll mode just go
ahead and hit the tamper button which will activate the serial number and you
can see it has a lot of it to zone three so if you have some other devices at
this point you can go ahead and let’s say yet another contact you do the same
and then it would start loading them in for five six seven eight etc etc so I’ll
go ahead and delete this temporarily and I’ll show you if you’re just doing
one contact you don’t necessarily have to do that
you’re trying to target an actual specific zone so let’s say I want us to
go to zone 4 I select edit serial number change this to RF contact which is for
six series sensors which are encrypted and again you just go ahead and activate
the tamper button and eventually this panel will pick up on the serial number as you can see make sure it’s read slash
contacts select done and we’ve successfully learned in the serial
number so now go through the rest of the programming which is an absolute breeze
sown 1 is the first zone descriptor so if you’re announcing it would at this
point it would just say back door because you don’t have a second to the
scripture so on the lyric panel while you’re typing you want to make sure that
it actually populates in this panel for it to announce so I’ll put pool so if
you’re typing something and it doesn’t announce in this area that means it’s
not going to announce it so keep that in mind
select save so now it will announce back pool door you can play around with that
it’s pretty simple device size you want to keep indoor response type this is
actually how you want this contact to react when activated or triggered while
the system is armed so it’s just a quick rundown entry/exit one is by default at
30 seconds delay you can adjust that which we will have videos on as well but
if you adjust that setting it’s a general setting so it’ll change for
anything that uses entry/exit once but again default 30 seconds entry exit
2 which is more used for like garage doors and things that take longer to get
to the panel to manually disarm so entry exit 2 is 60 seconds default which can
be altered as well it is a general setting and perimeter that means anytime
the system is armed and somebody triggers this particular zone it will
instantaneously go into an alarm resident monitor and all these other
responses and monitors those are those signals are not sent to a central
station so if you have Total Connect active total Kinect 2.0 activated on
your smartphone it’ll just send you a text or an email so for example if you
have liquor cabinet gun state where you want to just receive a notification and
not have dispatches that’s where those will kick in I’ll select perimeter alarm
report yes that means it’s going to send signals to Central Station chime type
you can simply locate the time of your choice for this particular zone
supervision you want to have it supervised that means that the panel is
constantly checking to make sure that this sensor this particular sensor is
within range now what we are going to do is select save go back out of
programming alright and you’ll notice that there’s a tamper so that obviously
is still open so what we want to do is just go ahead and seal it back into
place and at this point this is where one of the most common issues occurs
so there’s actually silence that for now there’s actually two tampers there’s a
front tamper which is filled and there’s a back tamper a lot of people will get
to this process and say oh perfect let me install it and tenders and they’re
still having tamper issues well that’s because with these six
series sensors there’s a back tamper so this is necessary this back tamper even
if you’re using 3m sticky tape and not using the screws we’re actually using
this tamper here you’re going to want this on the back and so that’s a quick
troubleshooting tip lastly just so you know on this SiXCT there’s two slots here
that’s where the actual wireless reed switch is where it picks up on the
magnet you want that you just pretty much want to be able to stick a pencil
through there that’s the gap that you’re going to want in there and
that’s how you program a honeywell SiXCT wireless door windows sensor into the
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1 Reply to “Honeywell SiXCT: Lyric Controller Programming”

  1. This was a drop in replacement for the prior fixed alpha keypad in my ADT security system.>>> The default configuration even worked right out of the box. With the full alpha display, programming the alarm system is much easier, and I now have custom names for each alarm zone. That makes the alarm system much easier to use.

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