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Honeywell SiXGB FAQ's

Where Do I Install the Honeywell SiXGB?

You should install the Honeywell SiXGB wireless glassbreak sensor on the wall or the ceiling within 25 feet of the desired glass, withing clear view of the desired glass, at least 6.5 feet from the floor, 3.3 f...

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How to Adjust the SiXGB Sensitivity Range?

To adjust the Honeywell SiXGB sensitivity range from the Lyric Controller home screen select Security > Tools > enter the installer code "default installer code is 4112" > Program > Zones > Start...

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Can the Honeywell SiXGB be Automatically Enrolled?

Yes, the Honeywell SiXGB can be automatically enrolled into the Lyric Controller using the batch programming or tampering method. When the Lyric panel is ready to receive the SiXGB information by pressing start...

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How Long does the Honeywell SiXGB Battery Last?

The Honeywell SiXGB has a battery life of 5 years with typical usage. The SiXGB uses 1 3 volt CR123 battery from factory and you can replace using Duracell DL123, DL123A, Panasonic CR123A or Honeywell 466. Th...

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Does the Honeywell SiXGB have Low Battery Detection?

Yes, the Honeywell SiXGB does have low battery detection capabilities. The SiXGB sensor will always report its battery status to the Lyric control panel so the battery level can always be viewed on the ZONES sc...

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What System's Support the Honeywell SiXGB?

The Honeywell SiXGB uses SiX™ Two-Way wireless technology and is for use with Honeywell systems that support SiX series devices such as, the Honeywell Lyric Controller. Once the SiXGB device is enrolled into a ...

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Where is the Date Code on the Honeywell SiXGB?

The Honeywell SiXGB date code is located on a sticker on the back of the circuit board. There is a letter which represents the year and a three digit number which identifies the day. Example: If the stamped dat...

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What are the Dimensions of the Honeywell SiXGB?

The Honeywell SiXGB dimensions are 3.78” Diameter x 1.14” Thick (96 mm Diameter x 29mm Thick). The SiXGB is a bit smaller than previous Honeywell glassbreak sensors which is a nice feature. The Honeywell SiXGB...

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Can the Honeywell SiXGB be Flash Upgraded?

Yes, the Honeywell SiXGB can be flash upgraded and remotely upgraded via AlarmNet 360, or locally upgraded via the Lyric Panel. When the panel is updated all the SiX wireless devices *except key fobs are update...

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What is the Honeywell SiXGB Flex Detection?

The Honeywell SiXGB has a feature called flex detection. The SiXGB flex detection means that it listens for not only high frequencies, but also low frequencies created by the impact of an object hitting the gla...

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