The Honeywell Lyric LKP500-EN is the secondary keypad that is compatible with systems that work with SiX Series encrypted technology such as the Honeywell Lyric Controller. The Lyric keypad is small in size, which makes it perfect for mounting in those hard-to-fit places. The sleek and stylish product design, allows the keypad to blend into any decor. The installation of the LKP500-EN is easy with choices of either wall-mounting or optionally using a Lyric LKP500-DK desk stand kit which is great if you are planning on DIY installing on tabletops, nightstands or kitchen counters.
We recommend adding multiple LKP500-EN wireless Lyric Keypads spread out by the most frequently entered and exited locations such as front doors, garage doors, and master bedrooms. The Lyric keypad allows you quickly arm and disarm the Lyric security system as well as listen to system status updates with its built-in speaker. One of the greatest benefits of the Lyric LKP500-EN keypad is its panic button features for police, fire, and medical purposes. The Lyric Controller will allow up to 8 LKP500-EN to be programmed at any given time.
The LKP500-EN product includes:
• An external 110VAC input/9VDC output power pack and cable (Included) • Battery pack (7.2VDC) provides 24-hour backup power (Included)
Product Height: 4.65 inches (118-mm) Product Width: 3.70 inches (94-mm) Product Depth: 0.95 inches (25-mm) Product Weight: 0.55 pounds (0.26-kilograms) Power Requirements: Plug-in power supply, 110VAC mains to 9VDC with 1.0A output Backup Batteries: 4-hour (600 mAh), rechargeable NiMH cells rated at 7.2VDC Operating Temperatures: 32°F-122°F (0°C-50°C) Buttons: Security, Emergency Response Connectors and Modules: Backup battery module Input and Output: Speaker Antennas: SiX™ Technology antenna to support Lyric wireles sensors Sounds: 10 chimes alert users to sensor status (e.g. a door opens or closes) Voice Announcement:Announces system and sensor status and more in English (e.g. armed away or front door open) Emergency Response: Dedicated emergency response button for users to request assistance from authorities Emergency Alerts: A loud alarm or sound for break-ins (when system is armed), potentially unsafe levels of carbon monoxide or smoke, and tornado warnings