Honeywell 5818MNL vs 5819
The Honeywell 5818MNL is a one zone, wireless recessed door transmitter. The 5818MNL is easy to install and program. The 5818MNL is recessed so it does require a 3/4" diameter hole to be drilled and at least 3" deep. The magnet requires a 3/8" diameter hole and at least 1/2" deep. This 5818MNL transmitter operates on a 7-digit serial number and a loop number that must be programmed into a wireless zone in the control panel as loop 1, normally closed. The dimensions of the 5818MNL are ¾” Diameter and 3” Long and the Magnet is ⅜” Diameter and ½” Long and although it’s small it has an RF transmitting range of 200 feet. The 5818MNL is supervised, has RF supervision and low battery detection. When the 5818MNL senses a fault condition, it will send a fault signal to the control panel. The 5818MNL will not send the restore signal until the physical contact is restored. The 5818MNL is UL listed for residential burg. The 5818MNL will operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 122 degrees F but is not weatherproof.
The Honeywell 5819 is a three zone, wireless shock processor and transmitter. The 5819 is surface mounted so it is very easy to install and is also easy to program. The 5819 has three unique zones. The first is for a wired, normally closed shock sensor loop 1. The second is for a closed contact loop 2 using the unit's built-in magnetic reed switch with a magnet and the third is for a wired closed circuit contact loop 3. The dimensions of the 5819 are 4.8”W x 1.5”H x 1”D and has an RF transmitting range of 200 feet. The 5819 is also supervised, has RF supervision, low battery detection and tamper detection. Just like the 5818MNL, when the 5819 senses a fault condition, it will send a fault signal to the control panel. The 5819 is not weatherproof and will operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.
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