The Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 Wireless Security System features a 4.3 inch high definition touch screen display with words and icons that are very large which makes it easy for you to navigate and understand the menu driven navigation system. This system has 2 hard button keys which makes it easy to access the home screen and emergency functions if necessary.

The activation of Total Connect 2.0 with these systems can offer you some very nifty add-on features such as emergency tornado warnings and traffic alerts. The Honeywell L5210 display will allow you to view up to one camera on the actual display as long as you have the L5100 WIFI CARD internalized. Supported cameras are as follows IPCAM-WO, IPCAM-WI2 and the ACU “analog converter unit. If you only wish to view the camera from your smart device than any of the Honeywell L5210 wireless kits that support TC 2.0 will work beautifully with your supported cameras.

The Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 Integrated Z-Wave Support offers up to three thermostats “HVAC system or battery powered” with 1°F and 0.5°C set points, four door locks “jammed locks reported to Honeywell Total Connect remote services”, forty devices including lights, switches and lamp modules, twenty scenes, twenty rules event based actions, twenty schedules, time-based actions, sunrise/sunset lighting control, randomized lighting control.

The Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210 wireless security system has one hardwired zone, sixty four programmable wireless zones plus sixteen wireless zones dedicated to key fobs and supports wireless bidirectional keypads. The Honeywell L5210 supported communication methods are as follows Phone line/ VOIP, Internal GSM radio, Internal Wi-Fi module, Internal ILP5 Internet module and dual path communication where the Wi-Fi is set up as the primary communication path and the cellular is the backup.

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