Wireless Door Sensors and Window Alarm Sensors Frequently Asked Questions

Honeywell 5800MINI vs 2GIG DW20R
The 5800MINI and the DW20 are both door and window contacts. They both communicate wirelessly at a frequency of 345 MHz. However, the 5800MINI is a surface-mount contact, while the DW20R is a recessed contact. They are also made by different companies. Learn more about these two contacts.
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Honeywell 5800MINI vs Honeywell SiXCT
The Honeywell 5800MINI and the Honeywell SiXCT are both surface-mount door and window contacts from Honeywell. They operate in roughly the same manner. However, the two sensors use different communication methods, and they are compatible with different panels. Learn more about these two sensors.
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Honeywell 5800MINI vs Honeywell SiXMINICT
The 5800MINI and the SiXMINICT are both surface-mount contacts from Honeywell. Both are very compact, and they function in the same manner. However, their panel compatibility and communication methods differ. Also the SiXMINICT is encrypted, but the 5800MINI is not. Learn more about these contacts.
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Honeywell 5800MINI vs Honeywell 5816
Two popular surface-mounted door and window contacts are the Honeywell 5800MINI and the Honeywell 5816. The 5800MINI is smaller and more compact than the 5816. However the 5816 can also be used as a wireless transmitter for normally closed hardwired sensors. Learn more about these two contacts.
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Honeywell 5800MINI vs Honeywell 5818MNL
The 5800MINI and the 5818MNL are both wireless door and window contacts from the Honeywell 5800 Series. They both include a sensor and a magnet. Their biggest difference is that the 5800MINI is a surface-mount sensor, while the 5818MNL is a recessed sensor. Learn more about these two devices.
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How Do I Replace Batteries in Honeywell Door/Window Sensors?
Replacing the battery in a Honeywell door and window sensor is a simple process. First determine the type of battery that the sensor uses. Then remove the back cover and the old battery. Finally, insert the new battery into the sensor. Learn more about replacing batteries in a door sensor.
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What is the Best Door/Window Sensor for the VISTA-P Security System?
There are many excellent door and window sensors that work well with a VISTA P-Series security system. Hardwired contacts can be used with no additional add-ons. A wireless contact will require a wireless receiver to be added. Learn more about door and window contacts for a VISTA system.
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What Are the Best Wireless Door/Window Alarm Contacts?
Door and window contacts are some of the most important security sensors that are used with security systems. This type of device will monitor a door or a window and let the user know when it has been opened. We offer many great wireless door and window contacts. Discover which ones are the best.
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What is the Best Door/Window Sensor for the VISTA 21iP?
The best door and window sensor for a VISTA 21iP depends upon the needs of the end user. The user will need to decide if they want their sensor to be hardwired or wireless. They will also need to choose between recessed and surface-mounted contacts. Learn more about door and window sensors.
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How Do I Remove a Wireless Recessed Sensor?
A wireless recessed sensor can simply be pulled out of the door or window frame in which it is installed. The corresponding magnet can also be pulled out of its hole as well. The holes can be kept for a new sensor and magnet or sealed. Learn more about removing wireless recessed sensors.
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