Honeywell 5802MN

Wireless Panic Button

Honeywell 5802MN - Wireless Panic Button

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The Honeywell 5802MN is a wireless panic button compatible with all Honeywell wireless security systems. You may wear the 5802MN around y...

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The Honeywell 5802MN is a wireless panic button compatible with all Honeywell wireless security systems. You may wear the 5802MN around your neck with the supplied necklace or you may wear it on your belt with the supplied belt holder. To activate an alarm with your 5802MN panic button, simply hold down the button for (2) seconds. After activation, the 5802MN's red LED will flash several times verifying the signal was sent to the wireless security system.

If you program the 5802MN wireless transmitter as input type supervised RF, the sensor will flash its LED once every 70-90 minutes to show that it is checking in with the security system. If the security system does not receive the signal, an RF supervision trouble will be generated. The 5802MN must then be brought back within range of the wireless alarm system (50' nominal range). If you plan on leaving the house with your 5802MN panic button, you should program it as input type unsupervised RF to avoid troublesome alarm signals.

The wireless zone used with a 5802MN panic button can be programmed for many different responses. You can have it programmed as a silent alarm or an audible alarm. You can even have it programmed to trigger a relay action (such as opening a garage door or turning on a light).

The 5802MN is powered by a replaceable 3V lithium battery (included) that should last 3-5 years. A low battery trouble signal will be generated once the battery begins to fail.

The Honeywell 5802MN wireless panic button is water-resistant but should never be submerged below water.

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