REVISED June 29, 2015
For the purpose of the instructions, I am assuming that you are going to move the Zone 1 wireless device to Zone 8 so all programming references are in relation to those 2 zones.
The first thing you need to do is get the zone type and zone attribute information from Zone 1 and transfer it to Zone 8. You will also need to know the ESN of the device assigned to that zone. To do this you need to do the following:
On the keypad enter:
*8, [Installers code] (5555 is default), .
This puts you in zone programming mode and automatically in zone 1.
This section will differ slightly depending on what keypad is installed with your system I will try and cover them all.
If you have an LCD5500Z keypad, on the screen you should see  or  if it is a door or window sensor (it might be something else, but probably not). This is the zone type for Zone 1. Write down or remember this number. When you hit the ‘>’ key on the keypad, the cursor will move from the digit on the left to the digit on the right. When you hit ‘>’ again, it will go to the first digit of the zone type for Zone 2. As you continue to hit ‘>’, it will continue to scroll thru all the zones. After you hit it 14 times (keep track as this will tell you what zone you are on when you see the first unused zone), you should be on Zone 8 and see . Now enter the 2 digit number that was in Zone 1 into this zone.
If you have any other keypad, you will not have the arrow buttons to scroll thru the zones. With keypads without a display , you will have to know what zone types you have for each active zone leading up to the zone you want to program, and enter them in sequentially until you reach the zone you are programming. The Zone LED’s will let you know what values are in the slot you are currently in. There table is attached below. The LCD5501Z should display the zone types on the screen as you go thru them, so just overwrite the values displayed with the same values until you get to  and enter in the value from zone 1.
#,  will display the zone attributes for Zone 1 and will probably look like 1234-678- for zone type 01 or 03. Again, record this.
#,  will display the zone attributes for Zone 8 and ‘should’ look the same, except 8 will likely show as a -. To toggle the value, enter the corresponding key on the keypad, in this case ‘8’. Make sure it appears the same as the Zone 1 did.
At this point we have copied all the zone info into Zone 8 from Zone 1. We have also recorded all the information from Zone 1 manually and duplicated it on Zone 8. At this point, we can change the information associated to Zone 1 with what we want it to be to work as a smoke/fire zone. If things go awry, we have all the information recorded.
#,, will assign zone 1 to zone type 26
#, should display zone 1 attributes and we want to have it display as: ----5----
Now we need to move the wireless ESN from Zone 1 to Zone 8
#, ,  SHOULD display the ESN of the device on Zone 1 if you have an LCD keypad. If it does not you will need to go to the device and record the ESN of the particular device assigned to that zone. It should be a 5 digit number or 5 digit alpa-numeric value. Now overwrite this with 
You should now see [–] so enter  for zone 8, then the 5 digit ESN from Zone 1. If your ESN is alpha-numeric, when you want to enter a letter, press  to enter HEX programming, then the number on the keypad that corresponds to the letter (1=A, 2=B, 3=C, 4=D, 5=E, 6=F), then  again to get back to numeric entry. Each time you need to enter a letter, follow these steps.
should put you back in the installers menu and Zone 1 should now be moved over to Zone 8 and Zone 1 is set up how we need it for the 2-wire smokes to come into Zone 1.
To program PGM-1:
From the installers menu:
, will program PGM-1 as a ‘system event’ output which will trigger on a specified event occurring, in this case, a smoke detector triggering.
#, will get you into PGM attributes, which you want to show as -2-----
Assuming that the zone you have added is not active, you will need to activate it.
#, will display all active zones, if zone 8 is not showing as active, press  to activate
#,# should put you back on the main screen.
Wire the relay as described in the previous example and it should work as you require.
You may have zone labels programmed in your panel, in which case will need to be changed. That is done thru the installers menu as well:
*8, [Installers code] (5555 is default), *, then  for zone 1 and  for zone 8
Hope this helps!