The Honeywell Lyric Rodgers Canada Security System Kit is not just another all-in-one wireless security system, it's part of a new wireless connected platform. The new Honeywell wireless connected platform has four key components; the Lyric Controller (LCP500-LC), a new line of encrypted SiX-Series security sensors, integrations with the Honeywell Lyric Wi-Fi thermostat and Skybell HD Video Doorbell (DBCAM). The Lyric System is compatible with previous Honeywell 5800-Series manufactured wireless sensors and detectors except for bi-directional devices such as the 5800WAVE wireless siren and 5828/5828V wireless keypads. This allows you to reuse existing devices on the new Lyric platform.
Additionally, the new SiX-Series line of devices is easy to install, easy to maintain and provides a higher level of security. Only Honeywell wireless Six-Series sensor's such as the;
Future Lyric accessories utilize a true 2.4 GHz 128-bit encryption signal to prevent possible intruders from jamming the RF signals.
This Lyric Canada System kit is a wireless security system that includes; Lyric Controller w/battery and transformer (LCP500-LC), Rodgers Cellular Communicator (Lyric-3GC), three door/window contacts (SiXMINICT), one motion detector (SiXPIR), and a 2-way remote keyfob (SiXFOB).
The Honeywell Lyric Controller is the main control panel for both security and home automation. This is where everything can be manipulated such as programming security sensors, arming/disarming, programming Z-Wave home automation devices, setting automation smart scenes, changing system settings and much more.
Honeywell has made upgrades for the DIY installations by internalizing the Z-Wave and WiFi radios into the Lyric Controller and adding a dedicated cellular communicator slot on the side of the control panel where you simply install the Rodgers (Lyric-3GC) cellular communicator. The Lyric cellular communicator can be swapped at any time to increase flexibility in communication providers as some people may transfer their system from Canada to America where you will be required to use an American communicator. To future proof the Lyric System, Honeywell has allotted another radio input for future compatibility in the event there are changes to radio standards. This door is located directly above where the current cellular communicator is to be installed. For DIY installations of the Lyric Canada Security System we recommend adding the (LCP500-DK) which is a desk mount that requires no drilling and the (LT-Cable) which is the 8ft power cable. By using both of these products together the DIY installation becomes much easier.
On the bottom of the Lyric control panel, you will find a USB port which is helpful because you can upload photos to create a slideshow which can be presented on the Lyric Controller's 7-inch touchscreen display. Additionally, the USB port is very beneficial as it allows you to install any software updates to your controller with the use of a user-friendly USB stick. Keep in mind, we can also remotely update your controller's firmware if you have our Lyric alarm monitoring services.
The Honeywell Lyric Controller looks similar to previous alarm control panels such as LYNX Touch and 2GIG Go! Control series but, it's NOT. Honeywell has made upgrades to the Lyric System such as
Batch programming - While Programming SiX series wireless devices into the Lyric System instead of having to individually learn in their serial numbers to connect you can now activate and assign all of the serial numbers by pulling the battery tabs out of your new security sensors. The Lyric Security System is smart enough to assign these sensors to a dedicated zone. Once you have completed pulling the battery tabs out of the SiX series wireless sensors you can go back to the alarm control panel to make adjustments on how you want those sensors to act if triggered. Batch programming reduces the overall time used in the installation and process. Batch programming is only available with the newer Honeywell Six-Series sensors and not with previous 5800 series sensors such as 5816 contacts, 5800PIR motion sensors or 5834-4 wireless key fobs.
Smart Scenes - This is one of the best additions to the Lyric Security System because it consolidates older Honeywell LYNX programming modes called "scenes and rules" into what is called smart scenes. Once a Z-Wave home automation device is learned into the controller all you have to do is go to smart scenes to enable that device into a smart scene which tells that sensor how and when to act. This makes the programming of Z-Wave home automation devices into the Lyric Controller one step easier!
GeoFencing - With activation of Total Connect 2.0 and a Second Generation Honeywell Lyric Wi-Fi thermostat you can set up a Geofence which is you where you set up a perimeter distance for example 500 feet from your location and anytime you cross out of the set Geofence your Lyric System can arm itself, close the garage door and raise your thermostats temperature. At the same time when you cross back over that Geofence within 500 feet of your location, your controller can, for example, lower a thermostat and turn on a front porch light. The GeoFencing feature can be customized to include the accessories of your liking and doesn't have to be configured how we described. In order for the Lyric Security System to be able to control a garage door, you must also have the Honeywell 5877GDPK-KT1. The 5877GDPK-KT1 enables remote control of the garage door and can tell you the current status whether the door is open or closed.
Lyric Lock - The addition of Honeywell Lyric Lock is useful as it dedicates the Six-Series sensors to communicate with only the originally installed Lyric Controller. So, unless deprogrammed from the controller, the Six-Series sensors are joined to the existing Lyric Controller which helps protect your investment.
Front Mounted Camera - The Lyric Security System has added a built-in 2-megapixel security camera on the controller, so that when the system has disarmed a notification with photo can be sent to you in the form of a text message and email notification. In order for the camera feature to work, you must have Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 video surveillance services activated.
Built-in microphone - The Honeywell Lyric Controller can now receive voice commands to control Z-Wave automation smart scenes and other features with the use of the built-in microphone. There are three basic commands the Lyric alarm control panel will understand Hello Lyric, OK Lyric Hello and Lyric home. Once the trigger word has been stated you can follow with your smart scene names such as Arrive home or Bedtime. These Smart Scenes can include an array of devices and simultaneously lock a door, lower a connected thermostat, turn on/off or dim lights, close or open a garage door, etc. These automation smart scenes are limited to the connected Z-Wave devices you have.
A new feature of the Lyric Security System is its integrations with the Honeywell Lyric smart thermostat. The Lyric Thermostat is a second generation Wi-Fi compatible device that can control your home or business temperature from just about anywhere while using your smartphone application that can be found in the Apple App Store or Android's Google Play. The Lyric Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat will alert you when your filter needs to be changed and can be controlled with Apple HomeKit. The main purpose of this thermostat is to save energy and have the ability to set your desired temperature before you arrive whether that is cooler or warmer.
The Lyric System has also added integrations with the Skybell Hd Video doorbell as long as it is the dedicated Honeywell DBCAM version. The SkyBell is a high-definition video doorbell that lets you enjoy new levels of security, control, and convenience wherever you are in the world. With Skybell you can remotely check doorbell activity on the Honeywell Total Connect® 2.0 Remote Services app, and see, hear and speak to visitors at your door from iPhone® or iPad®. When you activate Total Connect Remote Services to be used in conjunction with the Lyric Security System, you can control the security, compatible IP cameras including, thermostats, Z-Wave lighting, Z-Wave locks and receive text and email alerts via most smartphones, tablets, and computers.
•On-Premises video viewing   -Integrated video: System supports one camera, which can be displayed on the touchscreen. Works with compatible Total Connect Video products only (IPCAM-WIC1, IPCAM-WIC2, IPCAM-WOC1)
•WiFi Support Alarm communication to AlarmNet and lifestyle messaging via the user's internet connection -Two-way voice over WiFi -Enables the Total Connect iOS app (available on iTunes) and the app for Android (available on Google Play)
•Integrated Z-Wave provides control and integration of: -Thermostats -Water Valves  :-Door locks -Sirens -Lighting -Scenes, schedules and rules -Local, automatic and remote control via Honeywell Total Connect
•Push/Pull content through Honeywell Total Connect -Weather available in Fahrenheit or Celsius (one day or five day forecasts) -Emergency alerts (tornadoes) - requires Honeywell Total Connect with Information Services Package -Traffic Conditions -News Alerts -Dealer/central station messages (payments due, sales opportunities, community news) -End-user requests for sales or service
•Advanced Protection Logic technology -Alarm can be reported even if the system is tampered with during the entry and communications delay times
•Exit error feature -Detects difference between an actual alarm and exit alarm caused by leaving a door open after the exit delay expires
•Garage Door Control* -Up to four garage doors per system -Automatically control door via scenes, rules and schedules -Unique garage door icon -View and monitor garage door status -Auto-secure feature -Remote notification via Honeywell Total Connect -Locally open/close garage door from touchscreen or compatible mobile device -Remotely open/close garage door via Honeywell Total Connect
*Requires 5877GDPK, consisting of the 5877 relay receiver and Z-Wave strobe/sounder. Not compatible with certain garage doors and garage door openers. Garage door control must have working entrapment protection. See installation instructions for details.