Honeywell 5814 vs 5819WHS
The Honeywell 5814 is a wireless, 1 zone door window transmitter.
The Honeywell 5819WHS is a wireless, 3 zone shock processor and transmitter.
The 5814 has 1 loop, internal reed switch, normally closed.
The 5819WHS has 3 loops - loop 1,normally closed is the built in shock sensor. Loop 2 is the built in reed switch, normally closed and loop 3, normally closed is for external contacts.
RF Transmitting Range
5814 - 100 feet
5819WHS - 200 feet
5814 - 1 ½”W x 1 3/16”H x ⅝”D
5819WHS - 4.8”W x 1.5”H x 1”D
Yes, both the 5814 and the 5819WHS have tamper detection and will send a signal to the control panel once the cover is removed.
Operating Temperatures / Weatherproof
Both the 5814 and the 5819WHS operate in temperatures ranging from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F. Neither transmitter are weatherproof.
Yes, both the 5814 and the 5819WHS are supervised for check in signals if programmed as input type RF.
Yes, both the 5814 and the 5819WHS will send a check in signal every 70 to 90 minutes as input type 3 RF.
Low Battery Detection
Yes, both the 5814 and the 5819WHS will send a low battery signal when the battery voltage reaches 2.3V.
Surface or Flush Mount
Both the 5814 and the 5819WHS are surface mounted transmitters.
Battery Type and Battery Life
The 5814 operates on one 3V coin battery and should last 3-5 years.
The 5819WHS operates on one 3V, 1300mAH Lithium and should last 3-5 years. If the shock loop is not being used then it must be strapped out, if not it will extremely shorten battery life.
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