Honeywell 5883H Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Make My Honeywell VISTA Security System Wireless?
A Honeywell VISTA can support wireless sensors if you add a compatible wireless receiver. You can then use the system without wired sensors. Learn how to make your panel wireless.
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How Does RF Supervision Work On a Honeywell VISTA P-Series System?
If you have a wireless receiver and wireless sensors for a VISTA System, then you will want to know about RF supervision. Learn about RF supervision on a Honeywell VISTA Panel.
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Honeywell 5883H vs. 5881EN
To use bi-directional wireless devices with a VISTA Panel, you need to use a 5883H Wireless Transceiver. Find out how a wireless transceiver is different from a wireless receiver.
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Are Honeywell LYNX & VISTAs Compatible with 5800 Sensors?
Honeywell Panels usually accept signals at the 345 MHz frequency. This is the same frequency used by 5800 Sensors, which lets them work with these systems. Learn about sensors.
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How Many Zones are on a Honeywell Receiver?
There are many wireless receivers used with Honeywell Systems. The number of wireless zones they support varies between devices. Learn how many zones are on a Honeywell Receiver.
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Honeywell 5881ENH vs Honeywell 5881ENM
The 5881ENH and 5881ENM are both wireless receiver modules for VISTA Panels. The difference between them is the number of zones they support. Learn about these wireless receivers.
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How Does a Honeywell Wireless Transceiver Work?
A transceiver allows an alarm system to send and receive wireless signals. This is important for using certain system add-ons. Learn how a Honeywell wireless transceiver works.
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How Do I Set Dip Switches on a 5883H Wireless Receiver?
The dip switches for a Honeywell 5883 Wireless receiver are set based upon the receiver and transmitter addresses. Learn how the dip switches on the Honeywell 5883H transceiver are used to set the device address, check or delete encrypted keys and enable the built-in transceiver module.​
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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 do I Add More Zones to My Honeywell VISTA Security System?
Wired and wireless expansion can be accomplished on a Honeywell Vista Panel. Learn which modules are compatible for adding hardwired and wireless zones.
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