Honeywell's 5834-4EN Wireless Keys feature sleek, compact designs, LED confirmation that transmission has been sent, tactile, recessed keys that reduce false alarms and more. The enhanced 5834-4EN four-button features a stylish plated, bezel design in addition to the programmable function keys. All models are compatible with Honeywell's 5800 Series wireless products.
The feature-rich 5834-4EN Wireless Keys help security dealers set their offering apart while providing end-users with an extra level of convenience, comfort and peace of mind.
- Eight programmable functions using four buttons (5834-4 and 5834-4EN only)
- LED indicates:
- Transmission was sent
- Low battery condition
- Encryption mode
- Tactile keys are recessed to deter false alarms
- Icons for simple, easy-to-understand functionality
- Supports both Standard and High-Security (Encrypted) modes
- User replaceable, long-life lithium batteries
- Compatible with Honeywell's 5800 Series wireless products
|What's in the box||(1) Ademco Honeywell 4 Button Wireless Enhanced Keyfob|
- It took a while to figure out how to get this to work with my ...Review by Matthew S.
1) Enter programming mode. Frequently this accomplished by pressing: 6321 800 *56
2) Enter the zone number. Zones for wireless key fobs start at 26 and go to 41. Each button on the fob gets a different zone. If you already have 1 key fob then chances are zones 26-29 are already taken, which was my case. So I started with zone 30. Press: 30* (star moves you to the next menu).
3) Enter the "zone type." Some options are: 07 (audible alarm, i.e., panic), 20 (arm-stay), 21 (arm-away), 22 (disarm), 23 (no alarm response). For my arm-stay button, I pressed 20*.
4) Enter the "report code." I made sure it displayed "10" (all I had to do was press 1). This was based on something I read in a tech forum. Press *.
5) Enter the "input type." Since this is a button type, it should be 5. Press 5*.
6) Push the button on your key fob that you want to use. You'll need to hold it down long enough for the light on the fob to turn on. Then you'll need to do it again. In fact, I found I had to push the button 4 times for my system to record it. Then push * on the alarm pad to advance to the next menu.
7) At the enroll mode ("1A LC") screen, press: 0.
That should get you through 1 button on the key fob. You'll need to repeat for each button. Once done make sure you're on the zone screen (you may need to hit the * button a few times to get there), then press: 00. This exits you out of this level of programming but keeps you at the *56 level. You'll then need to press: *99 to get out of programming mode completely.
Now test your buttons to make sure they work. If you need the full programming manual for this particular model, it can be found here: [...], and probably elsewhere.
(Posted on 12/11/13)
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|Unit Dimensions||2.25" x 1.25" x 0.5" (57mm x 31.75mm x 12.7mm)|
|Battery||User replaceable, long-life lithium batteries: 3V, 210mAh, Maxell CR2032, Duracell DL2032|
|Functions||Four buttons with eight programmable functions|
|Transmission Indication||Tactile keys and LED indication that the transmission was sent|
|Encryption||Supports both Standard and High-Security Encrypted modes|
|Compatibility||Compatible with Honeywell's 5800 Series wireless products|