HS351S

Wireless family home alarm with intelligent control

Ideal for larger family homes, the HS351S family home alarm comes with accessories to protect three rooms on the ground floor, as well as three entry doors or windows. The included keypad provides sophisticated features such as At Home Zoning Mode for greater peace of mind, and the contactless tags and remote control key fob make it simple to control your alarm system.

Up to 200m Wireless Range
Door & Window Sensor
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that work with the HS351S Wireless family home alarm with intelligent control

Easy To Install

Honeywell Home Alarm Kits have been designed to be easily installed, with all the accessories pre-linked and ready to go out of the box. All fixings and batteries are also included, so there’s nothing more to buy, and there’s even optional screw-free installation on most accessories with the included sticky pads. All this is backed up by our 2 year product guarantee.

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Pack Contents:

  • 1 x Wireless Keypad
  • 1 x Wireless Battery Siren
  • 3 x Wireless Motion Sensor (PIR)
  • 3 x Wireless Door and Window Sensor
  • 1 x Wireless Remote Control Key Fob
  • 2 x Contactless Tags
  • 1 x 4 colour dot stickers for Contactless Tag ID
  • 3 x Security Window Stickers
  • 8 x LR6 (AA) 1.5V Battery
  • 4 x LR20 (D) 1.5V Battery
  • 9 x LR03 (AAA) 1.5V Battery
  • 4 x CR2032 (3V) Battery
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide, 1 x Safety & Guarantee
  • 1 x Declaration of Conformity

Frequently asked questions

General
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I have a Honeywell Wireless Doorbell Kit. Can I integrate it with a Honeywell Home Alarm Kit?

Yes, Honeywell Wireless Doorbell and Home Alarm Kits can work together using Honeywell ActivLink® technology. It is possible to:

  • Link the wireless push button to the alarm keypad to enable the keypad as an additional doorbell sounder.
  • Link the wireless doorbell to the alarm keypad to enable the doorbell as an additional internal siren.
The Siren is not sounding the alarm when the keypad alarm is triggered in the home. The LED indicators on the Siren are flashing, so I know that there is still battery power. What could be wrong?

The Siren could be in Service mode.

  1. Check to see if the Siren is in Service mode. First, enter Test mode on the keypad by pressing the disarm button on the keypad, followed by swiping a contactless tag or entering your PIN code. The keypad will respond by playing a melody.

     

  2. Now press the number 8 on the Keypad. If the Siren does not respond, it means that it is still in Service mode.

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  3. Now press number 9 on the Keypad. The siren will produce 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps to confirm that it is now in Operating mode. Press the disarm button again on the keypad to exit Test mode. The keypad will play a melody once again to confirm.

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If the above does not work, the Siren has not been linked to the Keypad.

  1. Remove the battery cover on the rear of the Siren and locate the row of dip switches. Ensure that dip switch 5 is set to the OFF position as shown in the diagram.

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  2. Enter Programming mode by pressing the Programme button followed by swiping a contactless tag or entering your PIN code. The keypad will play a melody to indicate success.

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  3. Locate the Learn button on the back of the Siren as shown in the diagram. Press and hold the Learn button for 5 seconds until the Siren emits a short beep and the indicator LEDs start flashing.

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  4. Within 30 seconds, press the 'Arm' button on the keypad. The Siren will produce 2 short beeps to confirm that it is now linked to the Keypad.

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  5. Press the Programme button on the keypad once more to exit Programming mode. The keypad will play a melody to indicate success.

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I have a Honeywell Quick Start Alarm Kit (Siren-based alarm), and none of the Remote Controls are linked. How do I link the remote control key fob to the Siren?
  1. Unscrew and remove the battery cover on the Siren

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  2. Locate the row of DIP switches and ensure DIP switch 5 is set to 'ON'

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  3. Locate the 'LEARN' button inside the battery compartment of the Siren.
  4. Press and hold the 'LEARN' button for 5 seconds

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  5. The Siren will emit a single short beep and both the Comfort LEDs and the Learn LED will flash together slowly once every 2 seconds. The Siren will remain in Learn Mode for 30 seconds.



  6. Press the Disarm button on the remote control key fob once

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  7. The Siren will respond by beeping.
How do I know when to change the batteries?

All battery-powered devices in your Honeywell home alarm system have a low battery indication as follows:

  • Door and window sensors - The LED on the sensor will flash x3 when opening the door/window.
  • Motion sensors - The LED in the window of the sensor will flash x3 after detecting a person's movement.
  • Remote control - The LED will flash x3 after pressing any button.
  • Keypad - The low battery indicator icon ka_low_battery will illuminate. 
  • Battery Siren - For Siren alarm kits or when in Control Unit mode, the Siren will produce 3 beeps after the disarm button is pressed. When the Siren is in Siren mode, the batteries will need replacing when the comfort LEDs stop flashing.

Typical household batteries should last up to 12 months for the keypad and 18-24 months for all other devices.

Battery SirenUp to 18 month
Door Window Contact DetectorUp to 2 years
PIR Movement DetectorUp to 2 years
Remote ControlUp to 2 years
KeypadUp to 12 months
How do I change the batteries on the internal wireless motion sensors or wireless door and window sensors?

Siren alarm kits

  1. For all Quick Start alarm kits (Siren based alarm kits), using any linked Remote Control, first place the Siren into Service mode by pressing and holding the disarm button ka_disarm for 5 seconds. The siren will produce 2 short beeps followed by 1 long beep to confirm that it is now in Service mode.

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  2. You can now remove the battery cover from the wireless motion sensor or door and window sensor. Replace the batteries.

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  3. Place the siren back into Operating mode by pressing and holding the disarm button ka_disarm again for 5 seconds. The siren will produce 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps to confirm that it is now in Operating mode.

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    For more details, refer to page 18 and 19 of the instruction manual for 'Siren Alarm Kits' from the Downloads section below.

Keypad Alarm Kits

  1. For all Keypad based alarm kits, enter Programming mode by pressing the Programme button followed by swiping a contactless tag or entering your PIN code. The keypad will play a melody to indicate success.

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  2. You can now remove the battery cover from the wireless motion sensor or door and window sensor. Replace the batteries.

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  3. Exit programming mode by pressing the Programme button again.

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    For more details, refer pages 30 - 32 of the instruction manual for "Keypad Alarm Kits" from the Downloads section below.
If I use an optional 5V micro USB adaptor to power my keypad, what happens to the batteries in the keypad?

The batteries in the keypad will act as back up power in the event of a mains power failure.

The batteries in my keypad seem to be draining at a very fast rate.

The expected battery life for the Keypad is typically 12 months, based on arming and disarming the system 3 times a day and triggering an alarm once per month.

However if a substantial amount of programming/operation is performed using battery power, this will reduce the battery life.

It is advisable to use a micro USB adaptor to power the device during substantial programming, setup or operation. A typical 5V micro USB power adaptor such as a phone charger is compatible. Note: the connector is located inside the battery compartment.

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How do I change the batteries on the Keypad?
  1. Enter Programming mode by pressing the Programme button followed by swiping a contactless tag or entering your PIN code. The keypad will play a melody to indicate success.

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  2. Remove the Keypad from the wall bracket by pushing it up and towards you.

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  3. Unscrew the battery cover and replace the batteries, ensuring the polarity is correct.

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  4. Replace the battery cover and secure the Keypad on the wall bracket.

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  5. Exit programming mode by pressing the Programme button again.

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    Note: If the Tamper alarm is triggered when refitting the Keypad to the wall, then press the 'Disarm' button followed by entering the PIN code or using a Contactless Tag to silence the alarm.
How do I change the batteries on the Battery Siren?

If you have a remote control key fob

  1. If the battery is not completely drained, using any linked Remote Control, first place the Siren into Service mode by pressing and holding the disarm button for 5 seconds. The siren will produce 2 short beeps followed by 1 long beep to confirm that it is now in Service mode.

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  2. Loosen the lower screw and take the Siren off the wall. Loosen the two screws and open the battery compartment. Replace the batteries, refit the battery cover, tighten the screws and replace the Siren onto the wall, making sure to tighten the lower screw.

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  3. Place the siren back into Operating mode by pressing and holding the disarm button  again for 5 seconds. The siren will produce 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps to confirm that it is now in Operating mode.

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If you do not have a remote control key fob

  1. Enter Test mode by pressing the disarm  button on the keypad, followed by swiping a contactless tag or entering your PIN code. The keypad will respond by playing a melody.

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  2. Now press the number 8 on the keypad. The siren will produce 2 short beeps followed by 1 long beep to confirm that it is now in Service mode.

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  3. Loosen the lower screw and take the Siren off the wall. Loosen the two screws and open the battery compartment. Replace the batteries, refit the battery cover, tighten the screws and replace the Siren onto the wall, making sure to tighten the lower screw.

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  4. Press the number 9 on  the keypad. The siren will produce 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps to confirm that it is now in Operating mode.

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  5. Press the disarm button again on the keypad to exit Test mode. The keypad will play a melody once again to confirm.

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What replacement batteries do I need for my system?
Keypad8 x 1.5V AA (LR6) Alkaline
Battery Siren4 x 1.5V D (LR20) Alkaline
Solar Siren1 x 6V 2100mAH NiMH
Door window contact detector1 x 3V CR2032 Lithium
PIR Movement Detector3 x 1.5V AAA (LR03) Alkaline
Remote Control1 x 3V CR2032 Lithium

For AA, AAA & D type batteries, it is recommended to use alkaline type batteries, because this type has a more stable voltage, and lasts longer than the lower cost zinc-carbon type. For an approximately 10% increase in battery life, you can also use Lithium batteries.

What Guarantee does Honeywell offer on the range of Doorbells, Alarms and accessories?
Honeywell offers a 2 year Guarantee on all Doorbell kits, Alarm kits, and accessories.
Where can I get a copy of the installation guide?
The Quick Start Guides and Installation Manuals are available from this website. Please refer to the relevant product page or further down in this Support Section.
What should I do with the old batteries?
All old batteries must be disposed of safely using the facilities available in your region.