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CE3 - Honeywell Code Encryptor 3

CE3 - Honeywell Code Encryptor 3
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Manufacturer:  Honeywell  SKU:  CE3
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Honeywell's Street Smart Series Code Encryptor 3 (CE3) is the best universal remote kit in the industry. It is ideal for systems that just need remotes. The CE3 provides AWAY, STAY and OFF with the touch of a button. It also offers PANIC with a two-button press, all through the data bus. For added convenience, a tricolor LED status light and plate is included to visually alert the user of the status of the keypad.

The Code Encryptor 3 (CE3) provides wireless control for arming/disarming a security system, opening/closing a garage door, and activating a relay output (ex. turning on a alight). The CE3 consists of a receiver and wiring harness, remote control keyfob, and a status LED with optional mounting plate.

Features

  • New sleek remote designed to fit comfortably in hand
  • Tricolor LED status light confirms status of panel including ALARM
  • All-in-one compatibility one part number compatible with DSC, ADEMCO, Caddx NX and Napco
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1. L Schronk on 6/17/2013, said:

On the Vista 20P panel you will need to enable hardware address 17 for the CE3 to be incorporated into the system. Also, if you change the panel master code after installing the CE3 you will need to reinstall all user codes, including the CE3. The panic alarm on the CE3 keyfob will activate zone 99 which must be programmed active in *56 and programmed active on the keypad *57. You can figure all this out from the programming manual and instruction manual for the CE3; but you need to read it several times to understand it. For the Vista panel, this device is NOT plug and play as advertised in the video. However, once programmed correctly, the device works very well. There are two relays in the CE3 controller that the keyfob buttons C and D will control. The range is good, reliable from at least 100 ft. The indicator LED is also a good feature; if the LED is located in a discrete location on an internal wall (it can be installed anywhere you can run a wire in your house), you can read the alarm condition through a window as you drive up. The LED also allows you to confirm that the system is armed properly. For those of us who will return to make sure the iron is off, the LED is great.

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2. L Schronk on 6/17/2013, said:

On the Vista 20P panel you will need to enable hardware address 17 for the CE3 to be incorporated into the system. Also, if you change the panel master code after installing the CE3 you will need to reinstall all user codes, including the CE3. The panic alarm on the CE3 keyfob will activate zone 99 which must be programmed active in *56 and programmed active on the keypad *57. You can figure all this out from the programming manual and instruction manual for the CE3; but you need to read it several times to understand it. For the Vista panel, this device is NOT plug and play as advertised in the video. However, once programmed correctly, the device works very well. There are two relays in the CE3 controller that the keyfob buttons C and D will control. The range is good, reliable from at least 100 ft. The indicator LED is also a good feature; if the LED is located in a discrete location on an internal wall (it can be installed anywhere you can run a wire in your house), you can read the alarm condition through a window as you drive up. The LED also allows you to confirm that the system is armed properly. For those of us who will return to make sure the iron is off, the LED is great.

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3. Jeff Davis on 1/18/2013, said:

The CE3 works great for turning on/off the alarm but I have been unable to get the garage door opener to work. Honeywell customer service is nonexistent for homeowners!

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4. Anonymous User on 1/22/2012, said:

VERY GOOD, RECOMMENDED

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5. Anonymous User on 9/2/2011, said:

It was simple to add to my panel and it is great to have my remote work my security system and my garage door. Good range.

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Receiver  
Power Input 12VDC
Standby power consumption 6.5 mA on standby
Temperature Range -5° F to 140° F (indoor use only)
Frequency 433 MHz
Channels 1 & 2 Data Outputs
Channel 3 Relay N/O, comm (10A)
Channel 4 selectable Form C Relay, (N/O, N/C, comm) 5A
Channel 5
(top two buttons at same time)
Keypad Panic Data Output
(programmable on or off)
Remote Control  
Battery 6V DC Lithium (2x Part #CR-2032) – replace battery once a year

(2) Remote Keyfob
(1) Code Encryptor 3 Receiver
(1) Wire Harness
(1) Mounting Plate
(1) LED Status Indicator

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