SiXFOB - Resideo Honeywell Home 4-Button Remote Alarm Keyfob (for Lyric Controllers)

SiXFOB - Resideo Honeywell Home 4-Button Remote Alarm Keyfob (for Lyric Controllers)
SiXFOB - Resideo Honeywell Home 4-Button Remote Alarm Keyfob (for Lyric Controllers)

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Honeywell SiXFOB Product Description:

The Honeywell Home SiXFOB is a wireless, 4-button, encrypted remote alarm keyfob intended for use with control panels that support SiX-Series devices. In a matter of minutes, the SiXFOB can be programmed and enrolled into the Lyric Controller (LCP500-L) or Lyric Controller Canada (LCP500-LC) all-in-one wireless touchscreen control panel. When setting up, please remember to enroll and update the SiXFOB firmware (via the Control Panel) to ensure the latest version is being used. Due to its SiX-Series Sensor Lock feature, once enrolled, the SiXFOB keyfob cannot be used with another panel until it is removed from the current controller. Each SiXFOB device has a unique MAC number located on the sticker on the unit.

Auto-enrollment of the SiXFOB to a SiX-Series compatible panel is a breeze. When ready to receive the SiXFOB transmitter's information on the KEYS enrollment screen of the controller, press the top two buttons together for about two seconds to cause the transmitter to register it. Then, just press the top two buttons again to complete the enrollment. The Honeywell Home SiXFOB is flash upgradeable and can be upgraded via the control panel in the Master Tools "Advanced" screen. When performing a SiXFOB firmware update, it requires the user to press a button to activate the fob. Press and hold all four keyfob buttons for 5 seconds at once, immediately after starting the update.

The SiXFOB has a built-in piezo sounder for confirmation of arm, disarm, enrollment, or alarm conditions. Likewise, the fob has a red and green LED that provides the status for the enrollment into the control panel, status for arming, disarming, alarm, low battery (no LED) and RF transmission. The SixFob has multi-button operation which can include control of connected Z-Wave smart home automation devices and panic features. With the SiXFOB there are recessed keys which help reduce buttons from accidentally being pressed which cause false alarms.

The SiXFOB uses a 3V lithium coin battery. It is recommended you replace with a 3V 210mAh lithium coin battery manufactured by Maxell CR2032 or Duracell DL2032. The SiXFOB does not send supervision check-in signals but it will still send low-battery signals to the controller. The wireless range of the SiXFOB is 300ft+ (92+ meters) indoor (non-line of site). This distance will vary based on each installation due to environmental conditions.

Product Features:

  • SiX™ Wireless Fob for use with Honeywell controls that support SiX-Series devices
  • Up to 8 Separate Functions Total
  • Up to 4 Multi-Button Functions
  • Tactile keys are recessed to deter false alarms
  • Icons for simple, easy-to-understand functionality
  • User replaceable, long-life lithium batteries
  • Battery life is 3 years (with typical use)

Honeywell SiXFOB Product Specifications:

  • Product Height: 11mm (0.43")
  • Product Width: 65.5mm (2.58")
  • Product Depth: 36mm (1.42")
  • Operating Temperature: 32° - 122°F (0°-50°C)
  • Relative Humidity: 95&per; max., non-condensing
  • RF Frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Battery: Maxell CR2032, Duracell DL2032
  • Approval Listings: FCC/IC, ETL Listed to UL1023 & UL985, cETL Listed to ULC ORD C1023 & ULCS545, C-Tick, SIA CP-01

Honeywell SiXFOB Product Compatibility:

  • LCP500-L
  • LCP500-LC

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I purchased a Lyric security system kit that already came with one of these SiXfob's and i love it i keep in in my bedroom and use it as a panic button nice feature to have!

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