Honeywell ADEMCO 5828V User Manual
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The 5828 and 5828V are wireless keypads that can be
used to operate and get status from your security
system. The 5828 and 5828V have the following
features (voice annunciation features apply only to the
N Can be used to arm/disarm, and perform other
N Can display and/or annunciate system status.
N Can automatically display and/or annunciate a
change in system status if AC powered (e.g., for an
alarm, the keypad will announce the type of alarm
(fire or burglary) and location (e.g. kitchen window).
N Message Center can be used to record and play back
a voice memo to yourself, or leave a message for a
N Can be battery- or AC-powered (AC-powered units
have several advantages, described below).
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5828V Keypad with Front Cover Removed
These keypads include 12-operational keys, as well as
four Special Function keys that are backlit for ease of
use when the keypad is active. To access the keypad
keys, simply open the swing-down door by applying
outward pressure on the door release slot on the right
Panic alarms are activated by pressing the key pairs
shown in the table below. Special Function keys A, B,
and C, can be programmed by your installer to provide
the same alarms by pressing a single key and holding it
down for 3-seconds, or can be assigned other system
operations. (Check with your installer for the
availability and assignment of these keys).
Panic Alarm Key-
Pairs/Special Function Keys
 & [
✱] or A
✱] & [#] or B
 & [#] or C
The keypad’s built-in sounder pulses for fire alarms,
and sounds continuously for burglary and audible
HOW TO GET SYSTEM STATUS
Turn on the keypad by pressing any numbered key.
Status will be displayed within a few seconds.
Additionally, on AC powered units, the keypad is
automatically updated when a change in system status
takes place (arming, disarming, trouble, etc.).
HOW TO PROGRAM OR CHANGE YOUR 4-DIGIT
In order to Quick Arm the system using this keypad,
you will need to program your own 4-digit security code
into the keypad. This code must match a code that has
already been programmed into your control panel. To
program the 4-digit code, perform the following steps:
Press the 7 INSTANT and 9 CHIME keys at the
same time until the display flashes double dashes
(- -), then release.
Enter the 4-digit security code that matches a valid
user code already programmed into your control
panel. Do NOT use the Duress Code. There will be
no display of the numbers you pressed.
Press ✱ READY to accept your entry. The keypad
will display the system status.