Honeywell 5820L vs 5819
The Honeywell 5820L is a wireless, 1 zone door window transmitter.
The Honeywell 5819 is a wireless, 3 zone shock processor and transmitter.
The 5820L has 1 loop normally closed.
The 5819 has 3 loops. Loop 1, normally closed for an external shock sensor (connects to inertia type shock detectors that are mounted externally to the transmitter case and are not included). Loop 2, normally closed built in reed switch and loop 3, normally closed is for a wired circuit contact.
The 5820L is very slim with dimensions of 3"H x .5"W x .8"D.
The 5819 has dimensions of 4.8"W x 1.5"H x 1"D.
Cover Tamper Detection
5820L - Yes, the 5820L has front and rear tampers. The front cover tamper is always enabled. To enable the rear tamper, install a third screw into the tamper plate within the back plate. Both tampers use the same switch.
5819 - Yes, the 5819 will send a tamper signal to the control panel when the cover is removed. It will send loop 4.
Operating Temperatures / Weatherproof
Both the 5820L and the 5819 are not weatherproof and operate in temperatures that range from 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F.
RF Transmitting Range
The 5820L has an RF transmitting range of 150 feet.
The 5819 has an RF transmitting range of 200 feet.
Supervision And RF Transmitter Supervision
Yes, both the 5820L and the 5819 are supervised transmitters and will send in a check in signal every 70-90 minutes.
EOLR Zone Supervision
No - this is not a feature of the 5820L or the 5819. The hardwired input loop3 on the 5819 requires a normally closed contact with no eolr.
Low Battery Detection
5820L - Yes, the 5820L will send the low battery signal when the battery voltage reaches 1.1V
5819 - Yes, the 5819 will send the low battery signal when the battery voltage reaches 2.3V
Surface Mount / Flush Mount
Both the 5820L and 5819 are to be surface mounted.
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