Red Flashing Light on a Honeywell Motion Sensor Means Walk Test

Red Flashing Light on a Honeywell Motion Sensor Means Walk Test


Hey, [? DIYers. ?] This
is Bryce from AlarmGrid. And today we’re going to
learning about why the 5800 PR RES motion detector shows
a red light after you insert a battery. This red light is to show you
that it’s in a walk-test mode. A walk-test mode is
basically letting you know that the
motion is working and will be in walk-test
mode for the next 10 minutes initially after
you insert battery. It will blink red
after every time it picks up a motion to let
you know that it is working. So if you insert a battery– there we go. Shouldn’t be that
hard for you guys. And we put the backpack on. You’ll notice that
it will blink red. Once it blinks red, it’ll pick
up– it’ll blink red again every time it picks up a motion. This is to show you
that it is working. So after you program it,
you have the confidence to know that it is working. A common misconception when
you program a motion detector is that it’s not working. But one thing about
motion detector is to save the battery
in wireless motions, they turn off after
every three minutes after they pick up a motion. That is called a
transmission delay. So to give you some
confidence to let you know that it’s working,
they have a walk-test that blinks red every
time to show you that it’s picking up motion. And the transmission
delay is not valid when it’s in walk-test mode. If you find this
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