Honeywell 5800rps vs 5819
The Honeywell 5800rps is a wireless single zone recessed roller plunger. The 5800rps uses a plunger instead of a reed switch with a magnet. Loop 1.
The Honeywell 5819 is a wireless three zone shock processor and transmitter. The 5819 processes external shock sensors as well as provides an internal reed in addition to an input for an external contact, providing 3 separate zones. Loop 1: Normally Closed for external shock sensor, Loop 2: normally closed, built in reed switch, and Loop 3: normally closed contacts.
The Honeywell 5800rps dimensions are ¾” diameter; Wire Antenna: 8" x 1/8"; Cavity depth: 1". The 5800rps requires users to drill a 3/4" diameter, 1 1/4" deep hole. A second smaller hole needs to be drilled at 1/4" hole at least 8 " for the antenna. When installed the antenna must be fully extended and straight for best range. Range will be decreased when used in metal door frames. The 5800rps is to be mounted on the hinged side of a door. The 5800rps is not recommended to be installed on windows as it would require a drilled hole through both the inner and outer part of the frame which could cause damage and leak when it rains.
The Honeywell 5819 dimensions are 4.8"W x 1.5"H x 1"D. The 5819 is to be surface mounted and can be mounted with or without the mounting plate. It is recommended that the mounting plate be used, for ease in removing the unit for servicing should it become necessary. Mounting unit to any metal structure may decrease transmitting range. If shock loop is not being used then it must be strapped out, if not it will extremely shorten battery life.
The 5800rps has operating temperatures that range from 10 degree F - 120 degrees F.
The 5819 has operating temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.
Both the 5800rps and 5819 are supervised, have RF supervision and low battery detection.
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