Honeywell Compatible Chrome Keyfob
The Honeywell Compatible Chrome Keyfob is a four button wireless remote that has an elegant and simple design. This keyfob has four programmable buttons as well as a replaceable lithium battery. And since it’s compatible with Honeywell, you can use it with any Honeywell device.
The Honeywell Compatible Chrome Keyfob is a four-button wireless remote that has an elegant and simple design. This keyfob has four programmable buttons as well as a replaceable lithium battery. And since it’s compatible with Honeywell, you can use it with any Honeywell device.
Honeywell Compatible Chrome Keyfob Features:
• Elegant, high-quality design and materials
• Perceived quality to the customer, feels durable, is durable
• Four programmable buttons
• Replaceable lithium battery
• 5-year battery life
• FCC and IC compliant
• Single best answer to consumer ease of use problem
• Honeywell version ETL certified
Each product has a unique serial number printed on the back and each button has a unique loop number assigned to it as indicated below. You must assign each button to an individual zone and configure it as a BR (button type) input. Once prompted for the serial number, press and release the desired button twice to assign that button to the zone. Refer to your specific alarm control panel or receiver instructions for details.
- Aux (Loop 1) – Press this button to activate the auxiliary function assigned to this button. Refer to your specific panel instructions for the available options
- Disarm (Loop 2) – Press this button to disarm your system. You do not have to enter your access code when you use this key to disarm the system
- Away Arming (Loop 3) – Press this button to arm your system when no one will be home. All the sensors in the systems will be in armed mode.
- Stay Arming (Loop 4) – Press this button to arm your system while you are still at home. All the doors and windows will be armed but the motion detectors will remain in standby mode.
Assigning Users to Remotes (Panels)
When a zone is configured to arm or disarm the system with a wireless remote, that zone must be assigned to a user code in the control panel for it to operate. Refer to the User Code programming section of your specific control panel for details on assigning users to buttons.