Honeywell's 5818MNL vs 5814
The Honeywell 5818MNL is a one zone, wireless door transmitter. The 5818MNL has a tapered design and is nearly half the size of standard transmitters so it virtually disappears once installed.
The 5814 is a one zone, wireless door window transmitter. The 5814 is ultra small and extremely compact and provides the perfect solution for difficult to reach places.
The 5819MNL - the transmitter is ¾” Diameter and 3” Long, the magnet is ⅜” Diameter and ½” Long
The 5814 - 1 ½” W x 1 3/16”H x ⅝”D
5818MNL - Loop 1, normally closed
5814 - Loop 1, normally closed
RF Transmitting Range
5818MNL - 200 feet
5814 - 100 feet
5818MNL - 32 degrees F - 122 degrees F
5814 - 32 degrees F - 120 degrees F
5818MNL - No
5814 - No
5814 - is a surface mounted transmitter. Mount using double faced tape by affixing it to the back of the transmitter and mounting it in place.
5818MNL - is a recessed transmitter. The transmitter requires a ¾” diameter hole drilled into the edge of the door frame at least 3” deep. The magnet will need a ⅜” diameter hole in the edge of the door at least ½” deep.
Yes, both the 5818MNL and 5814 are supervised transmitters and will send a check in signal to the control panel.
RF Transmitter Supervision
Yes, both the 5818MNL and the 5814 transmitter will send a check in signal every 70 to 90 minutes
5818MNL - No, this is not a feature of this device.
5814 - Yes, the transmitter will send a signal to the control panel once the cover is removed.
Low Battery Detection
5818MNL - Yes, the 5818MNL will send a low battery signal when the battery voltage reaches 1.1V.
5814 - Yes, the 5814 will send a low battery signal when the battery voltage reaches 2.3V.
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