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Honeywell Lynx Plus L3000 Quickstart

Download the Honeywell Lynx Plus L3000 Quickstart Guide HERE

Information You Need to Know

Installer Code = 4112
Master Code=1234
Program Mode= 4112+800


Upon 50 seconds of power up, press and hold * and # at same time.

Exit Programming=*99 or 00 depending on where you are at.  If you are in *56 you may hit # until you get to the “A” prompt and then enter 00 to exit out of the *56 mode.

*=Change Data or save and continue
#=View Data

NOTE: When making entries, All Entries must be made within two (2) seconds of each other. We can begin programming from this point.

Start Here: Enter Programming mode by entering 4112 800 and then go to Step 1.

Note: If “20” is already displayed, then you are already in program mode and you can just begin with step 1.

You are in programming mode if “20” is displayed.

Step 1: Default the Entire System (*97)

Default your system by pressing *97 and then enter 1. The system will beep 3 times

Step 2: Installer Code (*20)

To Change the installer code press *20 + new installer code. The system will beep 3 times

Step 3: Exit Delay (*34)

Enter *34 and then the exit delay time.  The system will beep 3 times

Step 4: Entry Delay (*35)

Enter *35 and then the entry delay time.  The system will beep 3 times

Step 5: Zone Programming (*56) (Pages 11/12 in the Programming Guide)

All programming will start in Zone 2. There is no Zone 1.  Each Zone will be programmed completely before going to the next zone (Each step to program each zone is listed in bold under this step).

  • “*” will move you to the next prompt
  • each zone is programmed once at a time
  • Report Codes should be set at “10” except for key fobs

  • Upon entering into *56 A02 will be displayed.  Enter the two digit zone number you wish to work on and press * A = Zone Number (page 19 in the Programming Guide)

    At this point you will enter what zone you would like to program.  After entering the zone number you wish to program, press *


  • Zones 2-25 Transmitter Zones
  • Zones 26-41 Key Fobs
  • Zone 92 Duress
  • Zones 95, 96, and 99 are Panic Zones

  • b= Zone Type (page 19 in the Programming Guide)

    If a zone needs disable and deleted enter “00” and “F” will display for deleting.  You will enter “1” to confirm the delete request.

    At this point you enter the Zone Code you wish to use for this zone, then press *

    00= Not Used 04= Interior follower 08= 24 Hr Aux 21= Arm-Away
    01=Entry/Exit #1 05=Trouble Day/Alarm Night 09=Fire no delay 22=Disarm
    02=Entry/Exit #2 06=24 Hr Silent 10=Interior delay 23=No Alarm Response
    03=Perimeter 07=24 Hr Audible 20=Arm Stay 24=Silent Burglary

    C=Reporting Code

    If the item is mounted anywhere or is a pendant, Use Report Code “10”, then press *

    If the item is a key fob Use “00”


    d=Input Type (Zones 2-25 use codes 3 or 4 and Zones 26-41 use code 5) Enter the type of supervision you would like to use for this zone, then press *


    4=Unsupervised (pendants)

    5=Button Type (key fobs)

    E=Enroll Prompt (E1)

    You have 20 seconds to enroll an item.  The keypad will display E1. To enroll, trip each sensor twice (open and

    close contacts, and/or read the device instructions for tripping directions), and then the keypad will display E1L, then press *

    1AL= Trip sensor (pull contacts apart; look at the instructions on how to trip each sensor) or key fob again to confirm (then 1ALC will display), then press *

    IC= Voice Descriptor

    If you like the voice description of the sensor, press “0” to go to the next step. (To change voice descriptors refer to page 16 of the Lynx Programming Guide)

    Key Fobs are labeled:

    Loops are as follows on the key fobs:

    3 2

    4 1

    When enrolling the key fobs you will repeat the same steps as you did for enrolling the wireless devices, but for key fobs you will start at zone 26 for loop#3, 27 for loop#2, 28 for loop#4, 29 for loop#1.

    Report Codes (RC) for key fobs are to be set at “00”

    See Zone Types above for Key Fob Zone Types: (Zone Types 20-23 are usually for key fobs)

    To enroll each button on your key fob you will press and hold the desired button for 3 seconds, release for 5 seconds, then press the same button again for 3 seconds.  If the keypad has not beeped at this point, continue hitting the key fob until the keypad beeps.


    1. Select Zone to delete then *

    2. Enter 00 at Zone Type then press *

    2. Press * until "F" screen appears

    3. Press 1 to delete serial number only,

    Press 2 to delete serial number and sensor programming

    Step 6: Changing  the Master Code

    To Change the Master Code enter the current Master Code (1234 by default) + the code button (8) + 02 + new master code + new master code again. The system will then beep one time to confirm the new code.

    Step 6: Changing/Adding the User Codes (User numbers are 03-08)

    To Change or add a User Code enter the current Master Code (1234 by default) + the code button (8) + two-digit user number + new user code. The system will then beep 1 time to confirm the new code.

    Time and Date: To set date and time, enter your Master Code (default 1234) + function button + 63, and then follow the voice prompts.

    When Programming your Lynx for Self Monitoring Only

    Enter into programming by entering (4112 + 800). “20” will then be displayed on the keypad. You will then enter the following information (including the *’s). Do one line at a time. Make sure you also press the “*” at the end of each accepted entry, your system will beep 3 times.

    * 41 *

    * 42 + Phone Number to call *

    * 43 *

    * 46 + Phone Number to call *

    * 48 7 7

    * 49 # 10

    * 61 00

    * 62 00

    * 64 00

    * 65 0

    * 66 00

    * 72 00

    * 73 00

    * 76 00

    * 87 1

    * 99 to exit programming. Your system is now ready to call your cell phone or other number when your alarm has been set off.

    NOTE:  When your alarm system calls you, YOU MUST acknowledge you received the call by pressing any touch tone number on your phone.  If you do not acknowledge the alarm, the system will continue to call your phone.