Honeywell 5811 vs 5819WHS
The Honeywell 5811 is a 1 zone wireless door window transmitter. The 5811 is a very popular window door transmitter because it’s only ¼ inch so it blends in wherever it’s installed. The full dimensions of the 5811 are -1/8"W x 1-3/16"H x 1/4"D.
The Honeywell 5819WHS is a 3 zone wireless shock processor and transmitter. The dimensions of the 5819WHS are 4.8”W x 1.5”H x 1”D
The 5811 has 1 built in reed switch, loop 1, normally closed.
The 5819WHS built in shock sensor is used to detect forcible attack to the window or door it’s mounted to. The average area of shock protection coverage is 10-12 feet. The 5819WHS is normally closed but under shock conditions goes open-circuit for a moment. Loop 1, normally closed is built in shock sensor, loop 2 normally closed is the built in reed switch to be used with a magnet and loop 3,normally closed is for externally wired closed circuit contacts.
The 5811 comes in either white or brown and the 5819WHS comes in white, the case can be painted to blend in it’s surroundings using a universal paint.
The 5811 has an RF transmitting range of 150 feet and the 5819WHS has an RF transmitting range of 200 feet.
Both the 5811 and 5819WHS are surface mount, supervised, RF supervised, have tamper detector and low battery detection and will operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.
The 5811 operates on one 3V lithium coin cell battery (CR2032) and has a battery life of up to 4 years.
The 5819WHS operates on one 3V, 1300mAH Lithium battery only and has a battery life between 3-5 years.
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