Honeywell 5820L vs 5818MNL
Honeywell’s 5820L is a slimline Door/Window Contact Transmitter and is nearly half the size of standard door/window transmitters.
Honeywell’s 5818MNL is a Recessed Door/Window Transmitter, has a tapered design and is nearly half the size of standard transmitters.
The 5820L is a one zone of protection.
The 5818MNL is a one zone of protection
The 5818MNL is a magnetic contact sensor that provides concealed protection for doors or windows, virtually disappears once installed
The 5820L is a is ideal for casement and double-hung windows
The 5818MNL does not have tamper protection
The 5820L has front cast tamper protection with optional back tamper
Both the 5820L and the 5818MNL operate on a 7 digit serial number and a loop number that must be programmed into a wireless zone in the control panel.
When both the 5820L and the 5828MNL senses a fault condition, the transmitter will send a fault signal to the control panel. Neither transmitter will send the restore signal until the physical contact is restored.
The 5818MNL operating temperature range is 32F - 122F
The 5820L operating temperature range is 32F - 120F
Both transmitters range of humidity is up to 95% non-condensing and neither are weatherproof.
Both the 5820L and the 5818MNL function almost identically. The main difference, the 5820L is surface mounted while the 5818MNL is recessed.
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