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Honeywell L5100PK - LYNX Touch with (3) 5816WMWH Door/Window Transmitters, (1) 5834-4 Four-Button Wireless Key and (1) 5800PIR-RES Wireless Motion Detector

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  • Lynx Touch Wireless Alarm Kit: 5816WMWH , 5834-4, 5800PIR-RES
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Honeywell L5100PK - LYNX Touch with (3) 5816WMWH Door/Window Transmitters, (1) 5834-4 Four-Button Wireless Key and (1) 5800PIR-RES Wireless Motion Detector + Honeywell L5100-WIFI - L5100 Wifi Module for Lynx Touch 5100 + HONEYWELL INTRUSION 5800PIR-RES WIRLESS PIR, RESIDENTIAL
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Technical Details

  • This kit contains: 1 - Lynx Touch L5100 Master Control 1 - 5800PIR-RES Wireless Motion Detector 2 - 5816 Standard Wireless Door/Window Transmitters with Magnet and Spacer 1 - 5834-4 Wireless Keychain Remote 1 - RJ31 jack and cord set 1 - Rechargeable Back-up Battery Pack 1 - 9VAC Transformer 1 - LYNX Touch User Guide 1 - LYNX Touch Programming Guide 4 - Alarm Warning Decals

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008D2Q5QK
  • Item model number: L5100PK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2012

Product Description

Honeywell L5100PK LYNX Touch with (3) 5816WMWH Door/Window Transmitters, (1) 5834-4 Four-Button Wireless Key and (1) 5800PIR-RES Wireless Motion Detector

Customer Reviews

The key FOB is great.
Shane
This system is easy to install, easy to program and YouTube has video instructions.
JB
Contacted Square Trade and they told me to contact Honeywell for repairs.
scooter guy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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I am extremely pleased with this alarm system. I installed it by the entry door to the garage as that is the way we enter the house normally. I pulled a power cable and phone cable up through the wall from the basement. I installed the door/window switches on the front door, garage entry door, and the patio door. I put the motion sensor in the main living room, and ordered another one for the master bed room. My house has only 4 sets of windows in the whole house and one set in the garage. They are two double hung windows, side by side, with only about 1-1/2" between them. I ordered 5 of the Honeywell 5814 low profile window sensors and put one in the middle of every window pair. I added a Honeywell magnetic reed switch contact to every one of the window sensors to catch the right side window. It made for a nice tidy installation, that is totally covered by the vertical blinds on the windows, and it does not interfere with opening and closing the blinds. I purchased two Honeywell 5853 glass break sensors, and put one in the center of the living room, and one in the bedroom, both mounted on the ceiling. These glass break sensors will sense glass breakage from up to 25 feet away. By carefully placing them where I did, it will cover the glass from the living room windows, the patio door, and even the side lites by the front door. I also purchased the Honeywell FG-701 glass break tester to test the glass breakage sensors.

Next I purchased the Z-wave module and the wireless internet module. I installed them, and found a reasonably priced monitoring company called AlarmRelay.com that will monitor the system via internet for $13.95/month, and give me total connect so I can see what is going on via my android phone. They will monitor for $8.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Geerling TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 22, 2013
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I was recently in the market for a home security system, and the two top contenders for me were the 80-649-3N-XT - GE SIMON XT Security System and the Honeywell Lynx Touch 5100 systems.

I liked both of these systems for a few reasons:

1. They were sold in low-cost prepackaged kits, with everything needed to set up a basic home security system.
2. They come from name-brand security and automation system vendors.
3. They work with many different monitoring services (so I can choose one I want, and not get stuck in a contract with a particular vendor).
4. They have large ecosystems of extra sensors, accessories, and communications modules, and they'll be flexible in the future.
5. And finally, they're wireless, meaning I don't have to run tons of cables through my old home to set up the system.

** Included Hardware and Build Quality **

This kit comes with the touch control panel, three wireless door sensors, a wireless motion sensor, a backup battery, a remote key fob, a 9V power transformer, and all the required mounting hardware for either stick-on mounting or screw-in mounting.

Everything worked perfectly and was put together well. The only thing missing was low-power cabling to go between the screw terminals on the 9V AC adapter and the inside of the touch control panel.

** Installation **

Installation was straightforward, but took some time. Additionally, the included instructions are not organized well for a regular homeowner trying this as a DIY project.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By JV on March 25, 2013
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As a DIY person I've installed a couple of a GE Simon XT systems. These are very easy and straightforward to install. I decided to try the Honeywell Lynx 5100 to see if the sensors were more reliable that then ones of the GE product (high sensor failure rates ). This may end up being a good system but, for a do it yourself person, this is horrendous. The kit comes with a one page quick installation guide that is hopelessly lacking. It also comes with a programming guide that is more a default table of settings than a real installation guide. I had to search online for the real installation guide but this one seemed to be developed by the same person who developed the other guides, quite lacking.
Installing the system is straight forward once you spend hours figuring out what is what. Ex; a "zone" is really a sensor. So when you are programming "zones" you are not really programming a zone but a sensor. Everything with the installation guide is similar.
The system has no direct output for an external siren so you have to add on either a wireless siren or a wireless relay to connect a wired siren (good luck with the installation guide for that one).
Seems everything with this system is an add-on. Wireless modules, IP modules, phone jack module, even this "Kit" comes without a wire to connect to the external power adapter (at least they included the power adapter).
Once programmed the Lynx 5100 seems to work OK though, thanks to a very confusing manual, I don't think I'm taping to all the capabilities of this system.
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