Honeywell 5817CBXT Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Add a 4-Wire Smoke Detector to My Wireless Alarm System?
In order to use a 4-wire smoke detector with a wireless alarm system, a special type of wireless transmitter is needed. The transmitter must be capable of supporting normally open life-safety devices with an end of line resistor. Learn more about using a 4-wire smoke with a wireless system.
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Honeywell 5800MINI vs Honeywell 5817CB
The 5800MINI and the 5817CB are both wireless door and window contacts from Honeywell. The 5817CB doubles as a wireless transmitter, but the 5800MINI doesn't. The 5800MINI comes with a magnet, but the 5817CB doesn't. The 5800MINI is more compact than the 5817CB. Learn more about these two devices.
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What Type of Battery Does My Honeywell Wireless Door Sensor Use?
Honeywell wireless door sensors generally use one of three battery types. These are CR123A lithium batteries, CR2032 coin batteries and AAA batteries. A door sensor will typically require a new battery every three to five years. Learn which battery type is right for your wireless door sensor.
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Do Honeywell wireless sensors work on metal doors?
Having issues with your Honeywell wireless sensors with metal doors or jams? Plan to purchase wireless sensors that will reliably work with metal doors and door frames? We got the solution for you!
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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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