IQ Panel 4 - Home Automation Programming

Add Z-Wave Light Module

1. Press or swipe down the clock display at the top of the Settings Tray, then press Settings.

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2. PressAdvanced Settings, then enter the default installer code 1111 or 2222.

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3. Press Installation, then Devices.

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4. Press Add Device, then Pair.

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5. Press the Mate button on the light module.

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6. IQ Panel 4 should beep if successful, press Automation, select if the device turns on at Night or Evening, then press OK.

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7. Press Name then select the pre-determined name or press Customer Description to create a name.

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8. If a custom descriptor was selected, enter a custom name. Press the check or keypad icon.

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9. Press the back arrow or home icon to exit.

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Delete Z-Wave Light Module

1. Press or swipe down clock display at top for settings tray, then press Settings.

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2. Press Advanced Settings, then enter the default installer code 1111 or 2222.

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3. Press Installation, then Devices.

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4. Press Clear Device.

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5. Press the Mate button on the light module.

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6. If successful press OK then the back arrow or home icon to exit.

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Programming A Z-Wave Door Lock

1. Press or swipe down the clock display at the top of the settings tray, then press Settings.

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2. Press Advanced Settings, then enter the default installer code 1111 or 2222.

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3. Press Installation, then Devices.

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4. Press Add Device, then Pair.

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5. Remove the battery cover from the Kwikset lock and press the left button.

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Schlage Deadbolt:

1. Enter the six-digit programming code provided in the Schlage documentation.

2. Press the SCHLAGE button then 0, The Schlage button flashes orange for a minute.

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Kwikset Deadbolt:

Open the battery cover, press the left button, then wait for 2 minutes.

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Yale Touchscreen Deadbolt:

1. Touch the screen with the back of your hand or fingers to activate.

2. Enter the 4 to 8 digit Master PIN code then press #. The lock should sound a "happy" tone.

3. Press 7 then # to enroll, lock should sound a "happy" tone

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4. If successful lock settings appear, press Name and select from pre-determined names or press Custom Name to enter your own name

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7. If custom name was selected press Custom Desc, enter a name, press the check or keypad icon, then press Add to save.

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8. Press Add to finish, then press the back arrow or the home icon to exit.

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Programming a CT100 Thermostat

1. Press or swipe down the clock display at the top of the settings tray, then press Settings.

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2. Press Advanced Settings, then enter the default installer code 1111 or 2222.

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3. Press Installation, then Devices.

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4. Press Add Device, then Pair.

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5. At the thermostat, press the Menu button, "r1" displays and Mate appears under the antenna icon.

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6. Press Mate again - MATE begins flashing.

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7. If successful the thermostat displays Link under the antenna icon, then press the Menu button to exit.

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8. The IQ Panel 4 beeps and displays device settings, press Name then select pre-determined name, or press Custom Name to create your own name.

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9. If Custom Descriptor was selected press Custom Desc and enter a custom name, then press the check or keypad icon.

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10. Press the back arrow or home icon to exit.

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Adding Z-Wave Devices

1. Press or swipe down clock display at top for settings tray, then press Settings.

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2. Press Advanced Settings, then enter the default installer code 1111 or 2222.

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3. Press Installation, then Devices.

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4. Press Add Device, then Pair or Include.

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5. Press the Learn or PAIR button on the device.

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Plug-in Lamp or Light/Appliance Module:

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Double click the Mate button.

IQ Siren:

Press the button at the bottom of the siren.

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In-Wall Dimmer or On/Off Light Switch:

Turn the light switch on and off.

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In-Wall Outlet:

Double click the button in the middle of the outlet.

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Thermostats

GE Basic Thermostat:

Remove the top cover then press the MATE button.

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Radio Thermostat CT30, CT100 and CT101:

1. Press the thermostat Menu button - "r1" displays and Mate appears under the antenna icon.

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2. Press the Mate button again. Mate begins flashing on screen.

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3. If successful the thermostat displays Link under the antenna icon, then press the Menu button to exit.

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Trane Remote Energy Management Thermostat:

1. Press the left button twice, scroll down to Z-Wave install, and press Select. Then select Yes.

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2. IQ Panel 4 should beep if successful, press Name, then select the pre-determined name or press Custom Description to create a name.

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3. If custom description was selected, enter custom name, then press the check or keypad icon.

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4. Press the back arrow or the home icon to exit.

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Qolsys IQ Panel 4 - LiftMaster Garage Door Installation

Step 1: Install the 888LM MyQ Control Panel

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1) Disconnect all electrical power to the garage door opener.

2) Remove the existing door control from the wall.

3) Note the polarity of the wires connected to the existing door control. Label the wires appropriately (Red/White).

4) Disconnect the wires from the existing door control.

5) Connect the wires to the new MyQ Control Panel.

6) Mount the MyQ Control Panel to the wall.

7) Reconnect power. The yellow command LED and the red learn LED should quickly blink for up to 5 minutes as the MyQ Control Panel recharges.

8) Test the MyQ Control Panel. Press the push bar to activate the garage door opener.

10) Connect to LiftMaster Internet Gateway (See instructions below).

Step 2: Connect LiftMaster Internet Gateway

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1) Connect ethernet cable to router and the internet gateway.

2) Connect power to the internet gateway.

3) When the internet gateway connects to the internet, the green light will stop blinking and will light solid. If the green light does not light solid, check the power, router, and internet connections to the internet gateway.

4) Write down the serial number on the gateway to be used in the registration process.

Step 3: Register Internet Gateway

Note: You cannot register the Internet Gateway through the Brinks Home App if it is already registered through MyQ/LiftMaster. You must delete the Internet Gateway from your MyQ account before attempting to register it to your Brinks Home App.

1) Log in to your Brinks Home app by using your login credentials

2) Access garage door registration through your Equipment menu, Z-Wave tab, Garage option

3) Follow the instructions to add a gateway

4) Enter the serial number of the Gateway and continue.

5) Select Add New Device to put the Gateway into learn mode

6) Perform either of the two scenarios listed below:

• Scenario #1: After the yellow light is on at the internet gateway, go to the MyQ Control Panel (888LM) and push the learn button twice. The LED on the gateway will turn blue once the device is learned in.

• Scenario #2: After the yellow light is on at the internet gateway, enter menu > program > MyQ device on the Control Panel (e.g. 880LM). The LED on the gateway will turn blue once the device is learned in.

8) Return to the Garage page and click “Check for New Devices.”

9) Repeat steps 6-8 if initially unsuccessful. Also check the model number of your garage door against the complete list of compatible garage door openers, linked below, and make sure the garage door is compatible.

LiftMaster MyQ Garage Door Programming

Identifying the Components:

The 888LM is the Control Panel mounted on a wall usually by the inside garage door.

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The Gateway links the MyQ Garage Door opener to the Internet Router by Wi-Fi.

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Compatibility:

Any LiftMaster or Chamberlain garage door opener with integrated MyQ technology.

There are two types of protocol compatible with the gateway:

A. Security +

If the MyQ logo is not on the opener, there should to be a purple learn button. You will have to use the LiftMaster control panel in this case.

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B. Security + 2.0

There will be a control panel included with the opener, which will have a "Learn" button.

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Connecting the Control Panel to the Garage Opener:

1) Connect the red and white wires to the control panel.

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2) Wait till the control panel finishes charging. When it's done, the yellow LED will remain illuminated. The door can be tested by simply pressing the push button at the center.

Note: Control panels used with Security + 2.0 garage door openers do not have to charge.

Setting Up the Gateway Device through the Brinks Home App website:

1) Connect Gateway to router by Ethernet cable, then power up and wait until the Green LED turns on solid.

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2) Add the Gateway by selecting Get Started.

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3) Enter the Gateway serial number and the account will attempt to connect with the device.

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Learning Control Panel(s) to the Gateway Device:

1) Enable Learn Mode on the gateway. This will cause the yellow LED on the gateway to turn on.

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2) Press the Learn button on the control panel. When this connects to the Gateway the blue LED on the Gateway turns on.

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LiftMaster Compatible Garage Door Openers

Drive 1997-2004 1997-2004 2005-2006 2007-present
Chain 1240R
Chain 1245R 1345
Chain/DS 1246R (DS) 1346 (DS)
Chain 1255R 1355
Chain/DS 1256R (DS) 1356 (DS)
Chain 2245 3245
Chain 1265 2255 3255
Chain 2265 3265
Chain 2565
Chain ATS211R ATS211X ATS2113X
Chain 2575 3575
Chain/DS 2595 (DS) 3595 (DS) 3895T
Belt 2280 3280
Belt 2585 3585 3885T
24VDC Belt 2500(B) 2500D 3500
12VDC Unit 3850 3850T
RJO - 24VDC 3800 3800T
Screw 1000SDR 2110 3110 3240
Screw 2000SDR 2220 3220 3130

Drive 1997-2004 2004 2004 2007-present
Chn/Cble 1200
Chn/Cble CG40 CG40S CG40D HD200D
Chn/Cble 2200 CG42CS CG42D HD200DM
Chn/Cble PD100 7520S 7520D HD400D
Chn/Cble PD200 / PD210 PD210CS HD400DM
Chn/Cble PD600 / PD212 PD212C 248730
Chn/Cble 4200 PD210D 248735
Chn/Cble 6200 PD212D
Chn/Cble PD610 PD610S PD610D
Chn/Cble PD612K PD612S
Chn/Cble 7220 / 7320 PD612D
Chn/Cble 7420 PD752S PD752D
Chn/Cble PD758S PD758D
Belt 8200 WD822D HD600D
Belt 9200 / 9500 WD922D 248739
Belt WD822K WD822S WD832D
Belt WD922K WD922S
Belt WD912K WD912KS
24VDC Belt WD952S WD952D 248754
12VDC Unit WD962D HD900D
Screw 4620 / 4650DI PD420 PD420/422D 995XDM
Screw 4640 / PD460 7902 PD462D 9950D
Screw 9902 / PD420 9950/9960 9950D

1997 - 2005 1997 - 2005 2005+
Chain Drive Sec+ - 390M hz Sec+ - 390M hz Sec+ - 315M hz
Units 139.18050.
139.18051
139.18052
139.18053
139.18057
139.18058
139.18059
139.18060.
139.18063
139.18070.
139.18076
139.18086
139.18096 139.18978
139.18450. 139.18450D
139.18451 139.18451D
139.18452 139.18452D
139.18453 139.18453D
139.18458 139.18458D
139.18470. 139.18470D
139.18473 139.18473D
139.18475
139.18525
139.18555 139.18555D
139.18595
DC Units 139.18400.
Belt Drive 139.18479 139.18887
Units 139.18489 139.18897 139.18489D
139.18585 139.18979 139.18585D
139.18679 139.18987
139.18687

1997 - 2005 2005+
Chain/Cable Sec+ - 390M hz Sec+ - 315M hz
Drive 139.53661 139.53648D
Units 139.53662
139.53670
139.53671
139.53672
139.53673
139.53674
139.53675
139.53677
139.53910 139.53910D
139.53959srt
139.53961
139.53962
139.53966
139.53974
139.53975
139.53976
139.53977srt
139.53978
139.53982
139.53985 139.53985D
139.5398511
139.53989
139.53990 139.53990D
139.5399011
139.53995
139.53997D
Screw Drive 139.53663
Units 139.53927
139.53963
139.53965srt
139.53991
139.53992 139.53992D
139.5399211
139.53930D
Screw Drive 139.53924
Belt Drive 139.53664
Units 139.53914 139.53914D
139.53954
139.53964
139.53984srt
DC Units 139.53918D
139.53919 139.53919D