Lynteck LS5000 Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit

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  • Wire free for quick and easy installation and setup and wired for additional security
  • Contains 1 wired PIR sensor and 1 wireless PIR sensor and expandable up to 24 sensors
  • Long operating range of up to 80 metres

Product overview

• Wire free for quick and easy installation and setup and wired for additional security
• Contains 1 wired PIR sensor and 1 wireless PIR sensor and expandable up to 24 sensors
• Long operating range of up to 80 metres
• Up to 4 zones can be programmed allowing you to arm/disarm the alarm in different parts of your property

Special Features
• Can be expanded using wired and wireless units

Wired or wireless
The sensors supplied with the Lynteck LS5000 Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit are a mix of wired sensors, which do not have a signal to be blocked or jammed and wireless sensors, which do not need to be wired in and have their own independent power supply for the best of both worlds. The alarm kit can be connected to a range of additional sensors and accessories giving you the flexibility to protect every part of your property. The alarm kit can be expanded to utilise up to sixteen wireless sensors, four standard wired sensors, four two wire sensors and up to four wireless controllers.

Easy to Setup and Ready to Go
The Lynteck LS5000 Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit comes supplied with everything for a comprehensive alarm system. This includes one sensors which can be used on either doors or windows, two PIR sensors, one wired and one wireless and wireless key fob.

Programmable zones allow you to partially arm the alarm. For example using programmable zones you could arm the alarm for the downstairs of the property while you are in bed upstairs. The Lynteck LS5000 Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit allows you to set up to four zones.

Compatible accessories
Lynteck TW402 Additional Wired PIR Sensor N48CL
Lynteck MRS101 Additional Wired Door & Window Contact N49CL
Lynteck LS1600 Additional Wireless PIR Sensor L54BH
Lynteck LS1601 Additional Wireless Door & Window Contact L53BH
Lynteck LS1606 Additional Wireless Key Fob L52BH

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Found this unit to lack clear instructions firstly the purchase was not clearly stating batteries were extra in the panel and bell box When wiring a mixed system of wired and wireless positioning of zone wire, removal of link instructions on the purchase and fitting of resistors were a situation of time trial error this in turn cost time money. connection of bell transmitter again was not clear in the control box Once this was over come the programming was a two person situation, the range of five meters is doubtful in a traditional built house with say granite walls. Product quality high worth the buy
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good reliable system-years of trouble free use I have had this in constant operation for a few years now and it has proved extremely reliable and effective. It's good that I was able to use the original hard wired pir's which were already installed and also to use the wireless where cable runs were trickier. Only negative is that you have to keep buying replacement remotes as they are not as tough as the system and get broken in your pocket easily(would have been 5 stars only for this annoyance). Don't let that put you off though-its easily installed and programmed.
Date published: 2014-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the second part of my review of the LS5000. Start with the lower section then come back here for the end of the review. Also during downloading the .PDF I discovered the comment about the unit not working with a dialler which I also thought strange as I ordered a dialler at the same time as the main unit and it too was connected and working fine. The help line man was surprised to hear this but assumed it must be another function put right with the new version. In the manual the connection is labelled RX TX but when you take the lid off the unit you will find it labelled ФЗЈDiallerФЗШ (RX TX is just the technical name). I put the positive wire to this connection and after consulting another alarm engineer I put the negative wire into the negative connection of 12VDC AUX. You might want to check that with the help desk as I am no expert but mine does work fine. The dialler can take three phone numbers and phones my wife, myself and then my eldest son (he lives half an hour away from the house). When a phone is answered it plays a recorded message then moves on to ring the next number and it does all this five times. This could cause 15 calls and with roaming charges could be expensive but it is easy to stop the process at any time just by pressing any keypad key twice during the call (make sure your recorded message is long as some modern smart phones require a few presses to make a keyboard appear on the screen). The great thing about a dialler is the NOT getting a call. Each day on holiday you get up in the morning, check your phone, find there are no missed calls from home and go off for the day knowing that your house is perfectly safe. There are a couple of points to consider before getting a dialler. It needs plugging into a land line phone socket, it needs 12V power and it needs to be hidden. The 12V can come from the LS5000 (12DC AUX connections again) which is what I did or you can buy a separate 12V transformer. The last option seems silly to me as there has to be a cable between the LS5000 and the dialler to trigger it so why not get one with two extra wires in it and use them for the power and save the cost of a transformer. Another problem with a transformer is that you will need a mains electricity socket to plug it in to and if there is a power cut the dialler will then not work. A dialler getting it's power from the LS5000 will run from the backup battery in the unit during a power cut. The dialler needs to be hidden as making 15 calls takes time and if a burglar finds it and smashes it there aren't going to be any calls. (Bell/siren boxes have their own battery backup and will continue to sound even if the main unit is smashed). A word about sensors. Door/window sensors and PIR's are very good but they only trigger the alarm once the burglar is in your house. Shock sensors will trigger an alarm while they are still trying to get in. As soon as a door is kicked or a window hit or a tool is jammed into the frame a shock sensor will trigger the alarm. They do need to be carefully adjusted for sensitivity (small dial inside the sensor that is turned with a screwdriver) otherwise the alarm will go off every time the postman lets the letterbox bang or a window rattles in the wind. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any system that has wireless shock sensors and you will have to wire them to the main unit if you choose to install some. You do need PIR's too. The more professional burglars are just as likely to remove roof tiles and gain entry that way rather than forcing there way through doors or windows . Having started this review by saying a good way to install an alarm system is to do the minimum and get it working in a day that's not how I installed the LS5000. After connecting the unit to the mains electricity I connected the sensors and the dialler (one phone number only) but NOT the bell box. This meant that any alarm
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not only is this a very good unit but I had fun installing it too. The other review (so far) for this alarm box is for the old version. There is no fitting of resistors any more and if you buy a dialler (N50CL - ?ъ39.99) it will phone your mobile when an alarm is triggered. But let's get back to basics first. I bought this unit to replace my previous alarm box which lasted for 16 years (no complaints there!). When I installed the original I knew nothing about alarms but had a friend who had his own TV repair business, installed alarms and was also a camera man for video projects. I put the alarm box on the landing wall and connected it to the mains electricity then he installed the bell box, the front door sensor, the keypad next to the front door and showed me how to install the PIR's, shock sensors and door/window sensors and left me to it. This is a great way to install an alarm as it was up and running in a single day. It did require the burglars to break in via the front door to set off the alarm but it was working in a very limited way. From that situation I gradually added other sensors as time allowed (mostly weekends but occasionally an evening) until the full system was working. The thing that takes all the time is the lifting of floor boards and drilling holes through joists and walls to run all the cables. If you have a professionally installed system all they will do is staple wires to your ceilings, skirting boards and around your door frames and make your house look a mess. The reason I am telling you all this is to give you some idea of the work involved in installing an alarm system and it also explains why I enjoyed installing the LS5000 ФЗф all the wires were already in place. If you are still considering buying one of these I suggest your next move is to go to the manufactures web site, download the manual and see if you can understand it. The LS5000 it's self is slightly smaller than my old box which required new holes drilling to fit it to the wall and has also left an old hole on display and wall paint that isn't quite as faded as the rest of the landing but that will all have to wait until the next time I decorate. The description of the unit indicates it can handle 24 sensors but it's not as simple as that. If you know the difference between wiring in parallel and wiring in series it can handle a lot more. There are 4 zones for the old 6 or 4 wire sensors (the ones already in my house), 4 zones for the new 2 wire sensors and it can also handle 16 wireless sensors. The total of 24 sensors is just the the sum of the zones plus the number of wireless sensors. The manual explains how to wire a pair of 2 wire PIR's to one zone adding another 4 to the total and I have my 15 old sensors wired in series into the 4 zones. There is a problem with wiring more than one sensor to a zone and that is one of identification. All my old PIR's are wired to one zone, all my shock sensors are wired to one zone and all but one of my door/window sensors are wired to one zone (the entry/exit door has to be on zone 1 with no other sensors connected to that zone). The alarm box can only indicate which zone has caused a response therefore I have to go around the house and check all the sensors connected to that zone before I can find the problem. This is most annoying at night when I try to arm the system before going to bed and it just bleeps at me. The cause of this is that I have left a window or door open somewhere but all the system will tell me is which zone has the problem. I then have to search the locations until I find it. If I only had one sensor per zone I would know immediately where the problem was. This isn't a problem for the wireless sensors as they are all identified individually. With the main unit comes one door/window sensor (wireless), a 2 wire PIR, a wireless PIR and a remote control key but no battery so you...
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very stylish incredible system. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY! Easy to install. It is very adaptable with the ability to mix wired and wireless accessories. Want home security ? Then this system is a must!
Date published: 2014-11-11
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Battery Requirements:

2 x AA, 2 x AAA,1 x 27A

Can an additional key pad or dog detector be added at a second entry point?

Asked by: Eeeee
Unfortunately additional key pad or dog detectors can not be added.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-04-12

Can the LS5000 be used as a wired system? The technician has wired this system and now it goes off every time the system is activated. This doesn't happen immediately but within the given time frame. The technician seems baffled by this.

Asked by: GillyP
This service is for frequently asked questions and does not allow two way communication, In order for us to best assist you with your technical issue please contact us on the details below: 0333 400 9500 or email
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-03-03

Does this system (Lynteck LS5000) allow for the connection of an existing wired bell box which has a continuously flashing light

Asked by: Chris135
Yes the main panel has provision for connection of standard wired devices such as an external bell box, the unit also supports a tamper circuit.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-03-03

Does this kit be connected to my mobile phone.

Asked by: Steve
The kit is just a standard alarm and has no phone connections.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-01-26

How far can the wireless sensors work from the keypad?

Asked by: Susie
Approx 30-40 meters through walls.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-07-17

can you get other PIR's and door/window connectors for this product?
Asked by: Steve
Additional wireless PIRs and door contacts are sold under Maplin codes L54BH and L53BH. RW
Answered by: RW
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can i connect my existing wired bell box to the ls 5000 panal using the existing wires.
Asked by: Terry Knight
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: CF
Date published: 2015-07-17

does the control panel have an anti tamper facility that sets of the alarm if the wire is cut?
Asked by: Dave Freeman
Yes, this product does include that
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17
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