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Honeywell Ademco 5834-4 Four-Button Wireless Key Remote

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Product Description

A Four-Button Wireless Key for use with 5800 Series wireless devices

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004W0EQIG
  • Item model number: 5834-4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 10, 2011

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It took a while to figure out how to get this to work with my ADT system, which uses an Ademco Lynx Quick Connect touchpad. Of course, ADT never provided a programming manual for it. If you're trying to use the device with that system, here's the way to do it:

1) Enter programming mode. Frequently this accomplished by pressing: 6321 800 *56
2) Enter the zone number. Zones for wireless key fobs start at 26 and go to 41. Each button on the fob gets a different zone. If you already have 1 key fob then chances are zones 26-29 are already taken, which was my case. So I started with zone 30. Press: 30* (star moves you to the next menu).
3) Enter the "zone type." Some options are: 07 (audible alarm, i.e., panic), 20 (arm-stay), 21 (arm-away), 22 (disarm), 23 (no alarm response). For my arm-stay button, I pressed 20*.
4) Enter the "report code." I made sure it displayed "10" (all I had to do was press 1). This was based on something I read in a tech forum. Press *.
5) Enter the "input type." Since this is a button type, it should be 5. Press 5*.
6) Push the button on your key fob that you want to use. You'll need to hold it down long enough for the light on the fob to turn on. Then you'll need to do it again. In fact, I found I had to push the button 4 times for my system to record it. Then push * on the alarm pad to advance to the next menu.
7) At the enroll mode ("1A LC") screen, press: 0.

That should get you through 1 button on the key fob. You'll need to repeat for each button. Once done make sure you're on the zone screen (you may need to hit the * button a few times to get there), then press: 00. This exits you out of this level of programming but keeps you at the *56 level.
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Its all about convenience and getting multiple things done through the same device. I have set up one 5801 remote in addition to this 5834. Currently using 5834 only for the basic features like arm in stay and away mode and disarm but totally intend to program garage door open / close. Could program current functions in less than 10 minutes. Will update the review once other functions are programmed. For a few bucks more, this one is a better buy over 5801.
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I have been using this remote for several months now, and it works great. Very convenient since we don't have to enter our code at the keypad. You will need to have a wireless RF transmitter on your alarm system in order for this remote to work. ADT usually installs the Ademco/Honeywell alarm systems, and brands them as ADT, so if you have an ADT system, and your remote is lost or stops working, this is a good replacement.
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This item arrived as per schedule. It works well, no issues. Like the shape of a car remote. Is very handy. Occasionally, need to press button 3 times. Price was 50% of he one avl with the home security company
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My ADT system came with one of these. They wanted an absurd amount of money for a second one, and even more to have a tech come out and program it. This is the exact same item and it works fine once you program it, BUT ...
... the "instructions" that come with it are obscure, to say the least. My advice is to watch the video at [...] and write down the exact keystrokes. If you have a Honeywell Vista 10p 15p or 20p (most recent ADT systems are one of these), and if you do as shown in the video your remote will be programmed into your alarm system. BUT ...
... it won't work yet. Don't despair. There is a paragraph at the bottom of the "instructions" that come with your keyfob titled "Assigning a Wireless Key to a User". The column on the right ("On Vista-20P/15P/10P/Vista-21iP and variants) has further instructions. I have no idea why, but if you then follow those instructions your keyfob will work. Note, in those instructions the 4-digit master code is the code you use as owners of your alarm system, the two-digit zone number is the first zone number you used when you followed the instructions in the video, and the user number is something you assign (but make sure it's not a number already in use -- for example, if you have given unique codes to 2 people plus your master code, use a number above 5. You can't use 01, 02, 03, or 33). You only have to do this once. That is, you only have to do it for one zone number that you used when you followed the instructions in the video.

Some day a company will come along and make home security a lot easier to set up and will do it using the style and standards of ease of use expected in modern electronic systems.
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We had a complete wireless system installed a couple years ago. It is based on a Honeywell touch pad system. We had the panel installed upstairs near our bedroom so we have always used fobs for entry/exit. My wife was a bit rough with her fob and it stopped working. Took it apart and found the battery holding tabs were broken. I tried to fix it, but it didn't last. Called my alarm company about a replacement, but they wanted close to $100 for the service visit and a new fob. Bought this instead and programmed it into the system myself, which was really easy (as long as you have the installer code for your system). The serial is printed on a sticker on the back side, I just entered that in and saved. The new remote worked perfect and is identical to the original one that my company sold me.
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