Posts Tagged ‘training’

You Asked, We Listened – New Step-by-Step Lyric Videos

Moses Boodoosingh by Moses Boodoosingh | 08.15.2017

Over the past year or so, we’ve rolled out our exciting new Lyric platform. By now I’m sure you’ve had the opportunity to learn about these sleek new control panels, the cool SiX two-way sensors and our AlarmNet 360 business management cloud platform.  We’ve designed the platform for fast installations, protecting your accounts, remote diagnostics […]

Learn How to Add a Reader in the Pro-Watch Software

Cristian Sanchez by Cristian Sanchez | 11.03.2015

A new how-to training video joins the Access & Video Technical Support channel! This time, we’re going over the process of adding and configuring a basic reader in the Pro-Watch software. Whether you’re looking to learn a new system, or need some brushing up on your Logical Devices, we’ve got your back with this short training […]

Register for New Instructor-Led Classes on Discover

Christine Kelly by Christine Kelly | 07.30.2014

Are you looking for a way to get product training from Honeywell trainers in a town near you? If so, the Honeywell Discover Online Training Program, now known as the Honeywell Discover Learning Management System, has been expanded to give you what you need. We will be conducting additional new training classes led by a team of qualified […]

Installation Tips for 5800 Outdoor Transmitters: Part One

Joe Blalock by Joe Blalock | 05.01.2014

With the capabilities of Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services, now is a great time to offer your customers the benefits of 5800 Series outdoor wireless transmitters. For example, while they are at home, your customers can have a driveway motion sensor (5800PIR-OD) that when activated can alert them that someone is in the driveway. Honeywell […]

A Tech Talk About Intrusion Panel Earth Grounding

Steve Filippini by Steve Filippini | 03.13.2014

While conducting technical training classes for field technicians, we often debate the need to provide an earth-ground for our intrusion control panels. The common misconception is that the earth-ground is primarily used for protection against lightning strikes. In fact, many of the dealers I deal with do not ground their panels because they believe adding […]