Honeywell 5815 vs 5816OD
The Honeywell 5815 is a wireless, 2 zone door window transmitter.
The Honeywell 5816OD is a wireless, 2 zone outdoor transmitter.
The 5815 has 2 loops. Loop 1 is for wired terminals. Loop 2 is the 2 built in reed switches which are in parallel with each other. One is located on one end, and the other is located on the side. Only one at a time may be used.
The 5816OD has 2 loops. Loop 1 is normally closed hardwire contact. Loop 2 is the internal reed switch to be used with a magnet. One loop can be used or both loops can be used at the same time.
Yes, both the 5815 and the 5816OD have tamper detection and will send a signal to the control panel once the cover is removed.
The 5815 dimensions are; 1-1/2"W x 3"H x 7/8"D
The 5816OD dimensions are; sensor 2.01”W x 4.25”Hx 1.4”D, magnet is .89”W x 4.02”H x .92”D
Low Battery Detection
Yes, both the 5815 and the 5816OD has low battery detection and will send a signal to the control panel when the voltage reaches 2.3V.
Surface Mount / Flush Mount
Both the 5815 and the 5816OD are to be surface mounted.
The 5815 will operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.
The 5816OD will operate in temperatures that range from -40 degrees F - 150 degrees F.
No, the 5815 is not weatherproof.
Yes, the 5816OD is weatherproof.
RF Transmitting Range
The 5815 has a transmitting range of 200 feet
The 5816OD has a transmitting range of at least 200 feet
Yes, both the 5815 and 5816OD are supervised for check in signals if programmed as input type RF.
RF Transmitter Supervision
Yes, both the 5815 and 5816OD have RF transmitter supervision and will send a check in signal every 70-90 minutes.
Yes, the 5815 and the 5816OD are UL listed for residential burg and fire.
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