Honeywell 5809SS

Wireless Fixed Temperature/ROR Heat Detector

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The Honeywell 5809SS is a wireless fixed temperature and rate-of-rise heat detector. Both technologies offer their own benefits which is ...
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The Honeywell 5809SS is a wireless fixed temperature and rate-of-rise heat detector. Both technologies offer their own benefits which is why Honeywell decided to keep them bundled in a single sensor. The rate-of-rise heat detection requires a 15F degrees increase within 1 minute. The ambient temperature must be under 100F degrees for ROR detection to activate. Although rate-of-rise offers unique fire detection for open flame fires the fixed temperature sensing is always a good backup for slow, smoldering fires. There is a 135F degrees fixed temperature sensor designed to trigger a fire alarm on your Honeywell alarm system. If the fixed temperature element is triggered this detector will need to be replaced. It is a single use, non-restorable element.

The original 5809 was replaced by the detector to meet new UL 521 commercial/residential standards but is essentially the same heat detector. It is ideal for residential kitchens where burning food may trigger false alarms on a traditional smoke detector.

One 3V lithium battery is specified to power this device for 3 to 5 years. Honeywell requires the following brands to meet this life expectancy: Panasonic CR123A, Duracell DL123, DL123A, or HUIDERUI CR123A.

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Yes this does work with the Lyric.
Does this work with Lyric?
Yes it can be used a standalone unit that will alert you. It just will not be able to report back to a central station.
Does the Honeywell 5809SS work as a stand alone unit without need for a wireless receiver or controller? I'm looking for a heat detector that I can just attach to the ceiling without any additional tech.
On another page, I asked about the loop numbers. I said that my unit autodetected as loop 4 and wondered if that was correct. Sterling's answer was great so I'll copy it below for other's information: "Loop 4 is the pre-programmed loop for the device's tamper detection so if you auto-enrolled the heat detector to your Lyric by removing the head from the base, it would have auto-enrolled as loop 4. When on loop 4, the device would only ever trigger on tamper and never on actual heat detection. Once you re-save it as loop 1, with Device Type as 'Heat Sensor' and Response Type as 'Fire No Verification', the sensor should activate as expected."
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