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Honeywell 5800COMBO Installation And Setup Manual

Combination smoke/carbon monoxide (co) detector w/built-in wireless transmitter (features voice and 360 degree viewable led ring)
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5800COMBO - Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector w/Built-in Wireless Transmitter
(features voice and 360 degree viewable LED ring)
This device is intended for use with Honeywell control panels that support 5800 series devices. Before installing detectors, please
thoroughly read these installation instructions and read the Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems Insert (P/N 800-15144 5/13) and System
Smoke Detectors Application Guide (P/N SPAG9101 7/12).
FEATURES
• Multi-Criteria Sensing:
uses four
sensing elements to react faster
while minimizing false alarms:
- Photoelectric smoke sensor
detects airborne smoke particles
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensor
detects smoldering fires
- Infrared (IR) sensor measures
ambient light and flame
signatures, such as flame flicker
- Thermal detection monitors for
dangerous rise in temperature
Low Temperature sensing:
senses ambient temperature
and reports if temperature goes
below 41°F (5°C).
POWER UP and LANGUAGE SELECTION
• Remove battery pull tabs. Be sure batteries are seated
properly to avoid a low battery condition after 15 seconds.
• Upon power up, Green LED Blinks every 2 secs / Sounder
is Silent. After power up, the detector prompts for
language selection.
• Select the desired language.
English: Press the Smoke (•) test button
Spanish: Press the CO (••) test button
ENROLLMENT
IMPORTANT:
The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensors each have unique serial numbers and must be enrolled in separate zones.
Enroll the Smoke Sensor
1. Remove the detector from the base plate (tamper switch must be faulted
when enrolling).
2. Put the control panel in Zone Programming mode.
3. Assign a zone number for the smoke detector zone.
Loop = 1; Zone Type = 09 (Fire) or 16 (Fire with Verification)
Input Type = 03 (Supervised RF)
When prompted for the serial number, press and release the Smoke Test
button for 1 second. The sensor sends two transmissions for enrollment.
Alternatively, you can manually enter the smoke sensor serial number
found on the unit's label.
4. If Maintenance monitoring is desired:
VISTA-15P/20P/21iP, LYNX Touch, & Lyric: A
using the Smoke Detector serial number.
Loop = 2 (maintenance); Zone Type = choose a zone type based on
desired operation (ex.24 hr Trouble, Monitor, or Auxiliary)
Input Type = 03 (Supervised RF)
VISTA-128/250 Series: Enable "Smart Contact" option in zone
programming menu for the assigned smoke detector zone.
5. If Low Temperature reporting is desired, program a separate zone for this
smoke detector serial number
Loop = 3; Zone Type = choose a zone type based on desired
operation (ex.24 hr Trouble, Monitor, or Auxiliary);
Input Type = 03 (Supervised RF).
WARNING:The fire protection zone must always be enrolled as Loop 1.
Otherwise, fire alarms will not be reported by the control.
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
• CO Detector End-of-Life
reporting (detector needs
replacing)
• Smoke detector maintenance
reporting (detector needs
cleaning)
Low Battery Detection
ssign a separate zone number
Table 1: Operation Modes
LED Windows
Status LED
MODE
(Top)
Blink Green,
Power Up
every 2 secs
Single Blink
Normal
Green every
(Standby)
10 secs
Smoke
Blink Red
Alarm
every 10 secs
Thermal
Blink Red
Alarm
every 10 secs
Blink Red
CO Alarm
every 10 secs
Powered
Dark
Down
RESETTING THE LANGUAGE
1. Press and hold both the Smoke and CO test
switches simultaneously for 10 seconds, then
release. The green light flashes rapidly.
2. Press and hold both buttons again for one
second and release. The sensor begins
speaking a Welcome message.
3. Select the desired language by pressing the
corresponding Smoke (English) or CO
(Spanish) test button.
Enroll the CO Sensor
1. Remove the detector from the base plate.
2. With the control panel in Zone Programming mode, assign a zone
number for the CO detector zone.
Loop = 1; Zone Type =14 (CO alarm); Input Type = 3 (Supervised RF)
When prompted for the serial number, press and release the CO Test
button for 1 second. The sensor sends two transmissions for
enrollment. Alternatively, you can manually enter the CO sensor serial
number, which is the smoke serial number plus 1 (ex. if smoke s/n is
0000781, the CO s/n is 0000782).
3. If End-of-Life monitoring is desired:
VISTA-15P/20P/21iP, LYNX Touch, & Lyric: automatically sent
VISTA-128/250 Series: program a separate zone for the CO serial no.
Loop = 2; Zone Type = choose a zone type based on desired
operation (
ex.24 hr Trouble or Auxiliary
Speaker
Sounder
(Side)
Voice welcome,
instructions after first
Dark
Silent
time power up or
after default
Dark
Silent
Voice smoke
Blink red
Temp-3
warning
Voice smoke
Blink red
Temp-3
warning
Voice CO
Blink blue
Temp-4
warning
Dark
Silent
); Input Type = 03 (
Supervised RF
Silent
Silent
)

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  • Page 1 INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE This device is intended for use with Honeywell control panels that support 5800 series devices. Before installing detectors, please thoroughly read these installation instructions and read the Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems Insert (P/N 800-15144 5/13) and System Smoke Detectors Application Guide (P/N SPAG9101 7/12).
  • Page 2 MOUNTING After enrolling and before mounting permanently, conduct Go/No Go test (see controller’s instructions) to verify adequate signal strength. Adjust the device location as necessary. 1. Using two supplied screws and anchors, mount the base. 2. Attach the smoke detector to the mounting base with a clockwise motion. 3.
  • Page 3 Keep used batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries properly. LED INDICATORS The 5800COMBO has a multi-color top LED: Remove old batteries. Wait 10 seconds and then replace with four new Green = Supervisory indication; blinks during power on, batteries.
  • Page 4 CO ALARM ACTIVATION This detector is NOT: Per UL standard 2075, the 5800COMBO detector has been A substitute for the proper servicing of fuel-burning appliances or • tested to the sensitivity limits defined in UL standard 2034.