Honeywell 5816 vs 5819WHS

The Honeywell 5816 is a wireless 2 zone door window transmitter. The 5816 is a very popular transmitter due to having two unique zones compared to other wireless door window transmitters. The first one, loop 1 is for a wired closed circuit contact and the second loop, loop 2, normally closed built in reed switch is to be used with a magnet. Users can use one zone or both zones at the same time.

The Honeywell 5819WHS is a wireless 3 zone shock processor and transmitter. The 5819WHS is also unique, it actually has a built in shock sensor, loop 1 normally closed, as well as providing an internal reed switch, loop 2 normally closed and an input for an external contact, loop 3 normally closed.

Both the 5816 and the 5819WHS have an RF transmitting range of 200 feet and both are compatible with Honeywell’s 5800RP wireless repeater if extended range is needed. They both operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.

The 5816 and the 5819WHS are supervised transmitters and have RF supervision. Both transmitters have low battery detection and tamper detection. Signals will be sent to the control panel for a low battery or if the case is opened and a check in signal will be sent every 70-90 minutes for RF supervision. Both the 5816 and the 5819WHS operate on battery and have a battery life of 3-5 years.

The dimensions of the 5816 are 1 9/16"W x 3 1/16"H x 1 3/16"D.

The dimensions of the 5819WHS are 4.8"W x 1.5"H x 1"D.

Both the 5816 and the 5819WHS are unique, not only are they both wireless transmitters, each have additional features and provide exceptional protection.

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