Honeywell Resideo VISTA Series Hybrid Alarm Systems
The tried and true Honeywell Home and Resideo VISTA series panels. The VISTA Series hybrid panels are you're standard hardwired and wireless home or small business security system. Featuring The smaller VISTA 15P, the medium size VISTA 20P, and the VISTA 21IP which features built-in communication on...
Honeywell Lynx Touch L5210
The new Honeywell Lynx Touch L5210 wireless security system has a new look over the older L5200. It has a full-color 4.3" touchscreen and a redesigned front panel with two soft keys. With a resolution of 470 x 256 pixels, 16.7 million colors and intuitive icons for navigation; this is one of the ea...
More About Honeywell Resideo Alarm Systems
If you're looking for easy-to-install systems from the biggest name in security, you are in the right place! Honeywell has been a household name for well over a century now, and while their name might be changing, the quality of their products has not. Honeywell security has, over the last year, been transitioning its name to Resideo. This means as time goes on, you will see less Honeywell branding and more products branded as Resideo. This page contains the newest Honeywell/Resideo wireless alarm systems available, the PRO series, as well as the VISTA Series and LYNX L5210 systems that are still available until their discontinuation. See below for more information about Honeywell/Resideo's Wireless security systems, or click on a system to start browsing.
As mentioned above, Honeywell became, and to this day still holds, the biggest name in home security. As time and technology have advanced, so have their products. The newest being the PROA7PLUS, a 7" touchscreen, all-wireless alarm system. The PRO series panels offer an affordable and simple way to secure your home against burglary, fire, and more. Built into the PROA7PLUS is a Wifi/Z-wave card meaning out of the box you have a communication method for services, as well as the means to connect smart home devices. The system uses a new type of wireless called PROSiX. These PROSiX sensors have increased range, better encryption, and look sleek. Up to 127 of the panel's 250 zone total can be filled with the new PROSiX sensors. The other 123, can be used to take over legacy wireless devices using the PROTAKEOVER module. This allows you to use any older wireless technology that you may already have in your home. The immense amount of addable devices do not stop there, though. With the PROA7PLUS's built-in Wifi/Z-wave Plus Module you can pair smart home devices for use at the panel or the Total Connect automation service. This gives you the ability to add 78 Z-wave devices to your PROA7PLUS, and control them right from the screen.
Next up is the VISTA Series hybrid alarm systems. The VISTA systems offer a hardwired base system with the ability to add a multitude of modules to increase their effectiveness for your needs. The VISTA systems can be equipped with zone expanders to increase the number of hardwired zones they are capable of holding. A receiver can also be added to give the VISTA systems wireless capability using the 5800 Series wireless devices. Being a hardwired system, these panels also have built-in landline terminals for signaling an Alarm Monitoring service. Alternately, the VISTA series can communicate via cellular or IP with add-on communicators. Using cellular or IP also gives you the option of adding interactive services depending on the model of communicator you attach to the panel. The VISTA series offers a large selection of keypads that range from your standard button keypad to the TUXEDO touchscreen keypad which also gives you a z-wave hub for smart home devices. With all of the options available, the VISTA series can cover just about any situation you may need it for. Keep in mind though, that the VISTA panels are the most difficult to program out of any Honeywell and Resideo system we offer. Don't let this discourage you though, because we have resources in place, such as quick programming guides and videos to help you get your system up and running.
Along with the PRO series panels is the LYNX 5210 system. While the LYNX 3000, and LYNX 7000 have been discontinued, the 5210 is still being manufactured, for now. The LYNX 5210 comes with a 4.3" touchscreen and uses the older 5800 series wireless devices. Although the LYNX series is an older system, it is still a very reliable way to secure your home or business. With the 5210 you'll have 64 zones available for wireless devices from the 5800 series. The only built-in communication method with the LYNX is a POTS phone line, but by adding additional modules you can communicate via cellular or Wifi connection. In addition to that, there is a Z-wave module to add up to 40 smart home devices to your LYNX system.
For those of you who enjoy the idea of interactive features and z-wave automation from your phone, Honeywell/Resideo offers the Alarmnet services. The base Alarmnet service gives you the ability to send alarm signals to a Central Station, but when upgraded to a higher tier, it adds Total connect 2.0 features. These allow you to use an app or computer portal to interact with your alarm system. At the highest tier, it gives you the ability to automate your smart home devices that are connected to the alarm system's Z-wave radio. This can include anything from shutting lights off when the system is armed, to operating water valves and thermostats by triggering certain conditions. Both the PRO series panels, as well as the LYNX 5210, must use Total Connect for these communication features. They are not compatible with other interactive/automation services. That doesn't stop you from using either panel as a local alarm system though. Any system you buy from us is DIY friendly and completely factory defaulted, meaning it is yours to use however you wish.