Honeywell 5800RP Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the Maximum Distance a Honeywell 5800PIR-COM Can Be From the Panel?
The Honeywell 5800PIR-COM can transmit signals a maximum distance of 200 feet in open air. A wireless repeater can increase this range. Learn about the Honeywell 5800PIR-COM.
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Can I Use More Than One Repeater on a Wireless Alarm System?
It is not possible to repeat wireless alarm signals more than once. This why using more than one repeater with a system is usually not beneficial. Learn about wireless repeaters.
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How Many Repeaters Can I Add to a Honeywell System?
Technically, one wireless repeater can be added to a Honeywell System for each available wireless system zone. But most systems won't need more than one. Learn about repeaters.
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How Do I Add a Repeater to My 2GIG Wireless Alarm System?
A wireless repeater will allow you to extend the signal range of wireless sensors used with your 2GIG Wireless Alarm System. Learn about alarm system repeaters.
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Can I Mount a Honeywell 5800RP Outside?
The Honeywell 5800RP is not weatherproof, and it cannot be used outside. The device must be used inside, and it requires an electrical outlet. Learn more about the 5800RP.
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What is the Best Honeywell Motion Sensor?
Honeywell offers several security sensors that are designed to detect motion. The best one really depends on the type of setting that it will be used in. Once you consider the application of the sensor, you will be able to determine the best one for your needs. Learn more about motion sensors.
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What is the Range of a Honeywell 5816OD Outdoor Wireless Sensor?
The Honeywell 5816OD is an outdoor sensor that will operate at a range of approximately 200 feet away from the security panel. This range can be extended using a wireless repeater if needed. A great wireless repeater is the 5800RP. Continue reading to learn more about the Honeywell 5816OD.
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What Sensors Work with a Honeywell L5210 & L7000?
If you are using wireless sensors with a Honeywell L5210 or L7000, you will generally want to use sensors from the Honeywell 5800 Series. All of the 5800 Series sensors will work with these systems. You can also use a 5800C2W to use hardwired sensors if desired. Read on to learn more.
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Honeywell 5828V vs 5828
The only difference between the Honeywell 5828V Keypad and the Honeywell 5828 Keypad is that the 5828V Keypad has a voice feature. This means it will read out the zone descriptors whenever a zone is faulted. The 5828V can also be used to record an audible voice message that can be played back later.
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How Many 5881s Can I Hook Up to My VISTA Wired Security System?
The Vista P series panels support only 1 wireless receiver. The standalone receivers come in three capacities, Low, Medium, and High. A Low receiver supports up to 8 zones, Medium supports up to 16, and High supports as many as the panel will allow. Choose your receiver based on the zones needed.
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