Honeywell 5819WHS

Wireless Transmitter with Integrated Shock Sensor

Honeywell 5819whs wireless transmitter with integrated shock sen
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The Honeywell 5819WHS is a wireless shock processor and transmitter with integrated shock sensor. Unlike the Honeywell 5819, this device ...

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The Honeywell 5819WHS is a wireless shock processor and transmitter with integrated shock sensor. Unlike the Honeywell 5819, this device includes the shock sensor needed to protect a pane of glass or other surface from intrusion. The integrated shock sensor will provide a typical area of coverage of 10-12' with a 5-6' radius. The type of glass or surface being protected can affect the coverage area but normally you would only need (1) 5819WHS per pane of glass.

The 5819WHS wireless transmitter also has (2) auxiliary loops beyond the first built-in shock sensor loop (loop 1). The second loop utilizes the built-in magnetic reed switch along with a magnet (not included) to protect any opening from intrusion. The third loop is designed for an external wired, normally closed contact loop which you must connect to the 5819 transmitter's TB2 terminals. Each loop must be programmed as a separate unique wireless zone within your wireless alarm system's zone programming. When mounting the Honeywell 5819WHS, make sure that the embossed arrow on the shock sensor is pointing up when the 5819WHS is mounted. If you will use the transmitter's reed switch and need to mount the sensor in a way that the arrow is not pointing up, you can gently push the shock sensor away from the mounting hole to twist it so that the arrow points up once the shock sensor is reinstalled and the wireless transmitter is mounted.

The 5819WHS wireless shock sensor and transmitter has selectable response time and sensitivity levels. You can set the response time using the internal dip switches. If all dip switches are set to the off position, the alarm response time will be 0.5mSec. If the SW1 switch is set to on, the alarm response time will be 1mSec. If SW2 switch is on, the alarm response time will be 2mSec. If SW3 switch is on, the alarm response time will be 5mSec. If SW4 switch is on, the alarm response time will be 10mSec. Finally, if the SW5 switch is on, the alarm response time will be 20mSec. You can also use the jumper pins to select the sensitivity level of the shock sensor. Jumper 1 uses a pulse count of (1) which is the most sensitive. Jumper 5 uses a pulse count of (8) which is the least sensitive. You should test the shock sensor with different dip switch and jumper settings until the 5819WHS does not trigger false alarms under normal conditions.

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To my knowledge, all of the uni-directional 5800 series wireless devices from Honeywell are compatible with the 2GIG GC2. There just isn't an equipment code made for that sensor, so you'll probably want to use "Other" 0000 and then program with the appropriate loop number.
Does this sensor work with the 2GIG GC2 ( CP21 ) control panel? Want to make sure its 100% compatible before purchasing a security system.
You're welcome, it was a good question, so thank you too! :)
Thanks!
Liz, Check out this FAQ: https://www.alarmgrid.com/faq/how-do-i-test-the-5819whs-to-find-the-best-setting-under-normal-
How do I test the 5819WHS to figure out what the best setting is under normal conditions?
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