Wireless Door Sensors and Window Alarm Sensors Frequently Asked Questions

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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What is a DIP switch on an alarm sensor?
Learn what a DIP switch is for an alarm device and how to use them.
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How long do batteries last in wireless alarm sensors?
The average life of a battery in a wireless alarm sensor has many contributing factors.
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Is an L5100 compatible with 5800 series sensors?
What sensors are compatible with the Honeywell L5100? Is it the whole line of Honeywell 5800 Series wireless devices?
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What are recessed door sensors?
Click here to learn what a recessed door sensor or recessed door contact is.
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