Programming Options Accessible Via Installer Code on the Lyric Alarm

Programming Options Accessible Via Installer Code on the Lyric Alarm


Hey, DIYers, Jarrett
with Alarm Grid here. Today we’re gonna
be discussing what is in the installer programming
on the Honeywell Lyric system. Now there are going
to be different menus in the Honeywell Lyric. Basically you’re going
to go into these menus to make major changes
to the system settings, or the configurations
for the panel. Now if you are trying to access
the installer programming you will need the installer
code for the system. Now the installer code or
the default installer code for the Honeywell Lyric is 4112. Now it is recommended that
you don’t change the installer code for the system,
because if you were to change
the install a code and you happen to forget it, or
if you were maybe to lose it, then there is no way to
read access the installer programming for the
Honeywell Lyric panels. So you definitely want
to keep that in mind. Now if you did want to
access the installer programming for the Lyric
you follow these steps. So first you going
to press Security, and then you’re going
to go to the Tools. This is going to
bring up a keypad, and this is where you’re
going to type in the installer code, which just 4112. Now you don’t want to get
the installer code mixed up with the master code. The default master code for
the Honeywell systems is 1234. Now you can change the
master code if you want to. It is normally changed
for security purposes. But you definitely
want to keep them installer code at the default.
You don’t want to change that. Now if you were to
go into Tools and you typed in the master code,
instead of the installer code it’s going to actually take
you to the Master Tools menu, instead of the
installer programming. So to show you the Master Tools
menu, what you’re going to do is you’re going to
tap Tools, and you can type in the master
code, which is 1234. And you’re going to see the
different options in here. So you’ll have users
in the top where if you had family
members or anything, and you wanted them to
be able to have a code to arm and disarm the system,
if you had somebody coming over, and you wanted to give
them a temporary code that’s where you would
go into the Users. If you wanted to
change the master code you’re going to go into
this option as well. Then on the bottom you’ll
have date and time. Now you are going
to see they ask for date and time in the
installer Tools menu as well, but you can change it in
the Master Tools menu too. So to change the date
and time you’re just going to go in there. You’ll have the month on the
top, you’ll have the year, and then obviously, the big
option for choosing the day. So then you’re going to
have events on the top. Basically if you wanted to see
when the system is being armed or disarmed, or if there were
certain faults in the system, or sensors being trips, you can
go in here and check that out. This will also tell you
when the programming has been accessed as well. So that’s where you
would want to go to check all that stuff out. Then you have reminders. So if you wanted to set certain
reminders on the system you’ll jump into here,
you’ll press Add New and then set up all
the settings for that. You have Advanced where you have
system information on the top. This will tell you the
firmware version of the alarm system or the Lyric. This will tell you
the SIX AP version too, the 5800 RF
version number as well. So if you need to check
that information out, you just go into there. You’ll have a Walk Test. So if you had a sensors
programmed to the system, and you wanted to see if
they’re all working correctly and stuff, you’re just going
to go into a walk test. Then you’ll have
Install Cellular Module. So obviously, if you
had a cellular module, and you needed to
install in the system, instead of powering it down
and everything like that, you could just jump into
the Master Tools menu and tap that option. You have Comm Tests, so
if you were going here you could test the Ethernet, you
can send a cellular message if you wanted too, or even
send an Ethernet message. You’ve installed backup
battery, so obviously if you’re installing a backup
battery, you’re going to jump in here as well. Instead of go into the process
of powering down everything, you could just go into the
Master Tools menu to do so. You have the option to
reboot the system if you ever needed to. You have Update Central
Firmware to update the former 46 sensors and everything. Six You will have Update
Key Fob Firmware, so if you hit the Honeywell
SIXFOB you’re going to jump into here to update
the firmware for that Honeywell SIXFOB. And you have Reset
Home Kit at the bottom. So you would go into that
option, or the Master Tools menu to set up the home kit. Then you have Voice Command
right underneath where you can set up voice
commands with the Lyric. You can tell it to arm and
disarm, and stuff like that. You have Keypad on the top. This shows you the
different keypads that you have programmed to the
system, LKP 500 for instance. You have WiFi config
at the bottom. So you will see this option
in the Installer Tools menu as well, but it’s going to
be in a different section of the Installer Tools menu,
and I’ll show you that later. But you do have the option
to configure the WiFi in the Master Tools menu. You’ll just tap on it, and then
you have Scan Access Points, you can manually configure
the AP, WPS, and everything like that. So next, you’re going
to hit the right arrow, and you’re going
to see a slideshow. So if you wanted to setup
like a picture slide show with the Lyric you could
set that up in that menu, and you have SkyBell setup. So if you had a
SkyBell doorbell camera you’re going to want to go
in the Master Tools menu and set that up in there. So next I’m going to show
you the Installer Tools menu. So to access the
Installer Programming you’re going to press Tools, and
you’re going to type in 4112, and then you’re going to
hit Program on the top left. And it’s going to take you
to all the different options in the installer Programming. So for the first option
you have Installer Code. So if you were to want to
change the installer code you’re going to
tap that, and it’ll give you the option to
change the installer code if you wanted to. Then you have System
Type on the top right, which you can have it set
for the RF jam log and stuff like that. And the RF house code. Then you have the option
for a date and time. So you wanted to change
the date and time you just tap on that, you’ll see the
option to be able to do so. And then you’ll see
Communicator right next to it, which
this is the options to see the communication path,
or set the communication path. And basically, the
other communication settings for the Lyric system. Then you have the Zones, where
if you were configuring sensors and stuff, and you have
to basically program them to specific zones, you’d
go in there to do that. Then you have Comm
Diagnostics, which this is where you can set
up the link to the WiFi. You can pull up
WiFi information, you can do is test
communication for the system. You can see the MAC address
and the CRC for the Lyric. So then you will
have keys next, which if you’re programming key
fobs to the Honeywell Lyric, then you’re going to want to
go into Keys because these are these specific key zones
that is programmed, or that are used for
the Honeywell Lyric. So you’re just going
to go in there, and then if you wanted
to set up a key fob then you’re going
to press Add New, So then you have Reporter,
which if you’re on here, this is the option to be able
to set the Honeywell Lyric to be able to basically report
out to your central station, or alarm that 360. So if you go to Report Selection
you have all these options. If you go to Options then you
have the reports and everything like that. Then you have Sounder, where
you would go into there, and this is where
you can basically set up the burglary settings,
and the bell timeout settings too. Then you have System
Settings, where this is where you’re going to
play with the entry/exit delay if you wanted to, or the entry
delay if you wanted to do that. And you can change the
options for Auto Stay arming, bypassing, and
everything in regards to that. Then you’re going to
hit the down arrow. You’re going see
Default Config, where you can basically, completely
default the Honeywell Lyric panel. Then you have Z-Wave, where
you can just tap on that. You can either enable
Z-Wave or disable it. You have the option
for temperature, if you want to change it
to Celsius or Fahrenheit. Then you have Reset Master
Code, where if by any chance you didn’t have the
master code to the system, but you did have
the installer code you could just go into
the Installer Programming and reset the master code. Then you have language where
it’s obviously the language for the Honeywell Lyric. And the RF keypad,
so if you did want to program key pads, or the LKP
500 with the Honeywell Lyric, you’re going to
go into RF Keypad. And then SIX Programming. So if you had the
SIX series sensors, then you’re going to
go into SIX Programming to basically enroll those
sensors with the Honeywell Lyric. And that is what’s in
the Installer Programming on the Honeywell Lyric panel. If you have any questions
about the Honeywell Lyric or alarm systems in general,
please contact us at support at alarmgrid.com, or go to
a website alarmgrid.com. If you found this video helpful,
please like and subscribe. If you want notifications
of future videos please click the bell icon. This is Jarrett with Alarm
Grid, have yourself a great day.

Related Posts

Wired Alarm Panels ( Burglar & Intruder Alarm)

Hi Friends My name is Mahesh Kumar Singh I want to tell about what my new product is What is
The Walking Zomboid | A Project Zomboid Narrative Story
HOW TO: Pair iPhone Bluetooth to Subaru (All 2013 models)

HOW TO: Pair iPhone Bluetooth to Subaru (All 2013 models)

Hi, I'm Tannis Bachman. I'm here today at Bachman Subaru in Louisville, Kentucky, with James. He's going to show you
Traditional Syrian Ice Cream in the USA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *