How do you reset the glass break sensor on a Honeywell thermostat?

How do you reset the glass break sensor on a Honeywell thermostat?

To reset the 5853 Glass Break Detector, enter a 4 digit user code, then the number 1, the same 4 digit user code again and then the number 1 (twice in a row without pausing). This will clear and reset the alarm.

How do you open a Honeywell 5853 Wireless glass break detector?

More videos on YouTube To change the battery on the Honeywell 5853 wireless glass break detector open the sensor by prying the top open allowing for the front plate to fall down. Go ahead and pull the old battery out, grab your new matching battery and slide the new battery into place.

What is a Honeywell Model 5853?

The 5853 Wireless Glassbreak Detector offers uncompromised performance and unmatched false alarm immunity. The 5853 can be mounted on any wall or ceiling within a 25′ range, with no minimum range limitation. The LEDs indicate test mode, alarms and trouble conditions.

How do you reset a glass breaker?

Additionally, taking the batteries out and putting them back in again can work. For some sensors, it’s necessary to press the button on the glass break sensor a set number of times, pause, then press it again. That resets the sensor and allows it to continue working normally.

How do you change the battery in a broken glass detector?

Go to your glass break detector and use the key to push down the tab on the top of the detector. Pull the detector towards you and off of the base. Remove the old batteries and replace it with the new CR123A batteries. Line up the bottom of the detector and snap back into place.

Do glass break sensors need batteries?

The biggest reason to open a glass break sensor is to replace the batteries. While these batteries can last a long time, they eventually do need to be replaced. At that time, you will want to make sure the batteries are replaced the right way.

What battery does glass break sensor use?

CR123A battery
This Glass Break Sensor takes 1 CR123A battery and the typical battery life for the sensor is 3-5 years. Open the Glass Break Sensor by unscrewing the Philips head screw on the bottom of the Sensor. Replace the CR123A battery. Make sure to follow the polarity requirement.