Wireless Door Sensors and Window Alarm Sensors Frequently Asked Questions

Can L5100 go off sooner than 30 secs after door opens?
Find out the different alarm responses you can program for a 5811 door and window sensor.
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Honeywell 5818MNL vs 5800RPS
These door window contacts are both wireless and recessed, but they one is a magnet and one is a plunger switch which means that they are for different applications.
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Can a Window Sensor be Removed w/o Triggering an Alarm?
Trying to bypass a security system? Wondering if there is a way to remove a sensor without making the alarm go off? Find out if it's possible!
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What are the dimensions of a Honeywell 5811?
Find out the exact size of the magnet for the 5811 wireless sensor to ensure it will fit on your door or window.
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How do I do a Go/No Go test on a Honeywell VISTA-20P?
The Go/No Go test mode is used for choosing the placement of your Honeywell 5800 Series wireless alarm devices, come find out how to access the test mode.
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How many wireless transmitters can a VISTA-20P support?
The number of wireless transmitters supported by a VISTA-20P depends on the wireless receiver that is connected to your VISTA-20P.
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Does the Honeywell VISTA-20P have (48) wireless zones?
Find out how to unlock wireless zone capability with a Honeywell VISTA-20P alarm control panel and how many wireless zones are supported.
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Can I use a Honeywell 5800Micra on wood window frames?
The Honeywell 5800Micra wireless recessed contact is great for protecting vinyl frame windows, but can you use a 5800Micra with a wood frame window?
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How many sensors does a Lynx Plus L3000 support?
How many wireless zones can you program into a Honeywell L3000 LYNX Plus?
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What is the gap allowed between 5811 sensor and magnet?
Learn how large the gap can between the transmitter and the magnet when installing a Honeywell 5811 contact on a door or window.
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