Honeywell 5800SS1 Frequently Asked Questions

How Does a Shock Sensor Work?
Shock sensors are designed to detect the shock waves associated with a broken window or door. Once activated, it sends and alert to the system. Learn more about shock sensors.
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What Frequency Do the 5800 Sensors Operate at?
Honeywell's 5800 series wireless devices operate at 345 MHz. This frequency was assigned to them by the FCC, and should operate free of interference in the US.
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How do I Perform a Go No Go Test on a Lyric Gateway?
Performing the Go No Go Test on the Lyric Gateway
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Does a Honeywell L7000 support a Honeywell 5853?
Find out if the 5853 glass break will work with your L7000 LYNX Touch panel
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Honeywell Glassbreak vs Window Sensors
Glass break detectors and windows sensors are both used to protect against a break-in through a window, but they work in very differnet ways.
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Why is my 5800 series sensor losing RF supervision?
An RF Supervision trouble is displayed when an alarm panel doesn't receive a check-in signal from a supervised wireless device for a specified period of time. This condition will also report to the monitoring station if enabled. Find out more about how the RF supervision feature works.
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