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Honeywell Lynx Plus L3000 Self-Monitoring Phone Number Programming

How to program a Honeywell Lynx Plus L3000 for self-monitoring dial out

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Hi, my name is Jason with And in today's video, I'm going to show you how can do self-monitoring with a Honeywell Lynx Plus L3000 using a phone line. Before we get started, make sure you guys hit the subscribe button, really helps us out. So let's go ahead and go to the table where we have our L3000 already ready to go and we'll get started.

Programming the Lynx Plus for self-monitoring is not overly difficult, but there are quite a few steps. So, if you need a written ops sheet on how to do this, we do have it at the end of our quick start guide for the system. But, if you have this video on your panel and you can follow along you can do that or just for a general guide on how to do it.

So the first step is obviously to go into installer programming. To do this you will use your installer code followed by 800. And then once it gets into programming you should see 20 installer code.

So the first section we are going to go to is *41. Now this field, we just need to make sure that there's nothing programmed by hitting (*). We'll then jump to the second telephone number field 42. So here you just enter your phone number as you would dial it from your house phone. So, if you're having to call your cell phone, or whatever number, exactly as you would dial it. So I'm just gonna enter, you know, a generic number here.

And then once you enter the number you are just gonna hit (*). And here again, we wanna make sure that everything is deleted out of the section by pushing (*).

And next, we're going to go to *46. This is where we'll input the number again. So, the same number that you used in field 42 and then you'll hit (*).

Now we're going to skip to field 48 by entering *48. Here we are going to enter 7 twice. It will give us the three beeps and then go to field 49. Here we're going to enter #10 and then we'll jump to *61 and then we're going to enter 00. It will then take us directly to 62 where we'll enter 00 again. 63 we'll leave and we'll jump to *64 and enter 00. It will take us directly to 65 where we'll enter a single 0.

66 we enter 00 again. And then we want to jump to *72, enter 00, and the same for 73.

And then jump to *76, where we will enter 00 and then jump to *87, where we will enter 1. And that's all the programming, so we'll just hit *99 to exit.

At this point, you would then just want to test the system by arming it and the way we recommend doing the testing, arm the system, wait a full two minutes, and then set the alarm off. You can use an instant zone if possible, it just makes things go quicker, and then just wait for the system to call your phone number. It should do it fairly quickly, but you may wanna give it up to a minute.

Once you answer the phone call from the system, you must acknowledge it by touching one of the numbers on your phone. Otherwise, the system will try to keep calling you thinking it hasn't actually reached anyone yet.

And another issue that you may run into with cell phones is that you need to use the long tone format on the phone, which you can find in your phone settings. But other than that, that is all there is to it.

Make sure you check out the links below for a written-out guide on how to do this process. They were a lot of steps so it's easy to miss something. If you did like the video and it helped you out, make sure to hit the Like button, and thanks, and I'll see you in the next video.