Honeywell 719

Self Contained Alarm Siren

Honeywell 719 self contained alarm siren
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The Honeywell 719 is a self contained alarm siren that combines an alarm speaker and a siren driver in one complete device. While some se...
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The Honeywell 719 is a self contained alarm siren that combines an alarm speaker and a siren driver in one complete device. While some security systems may have a siren driver built into the actual alarm control panel, most security systems require a separate siren driver which produces the audible alarm out of a speaker. The advantage of the 719 self contained alarm siren is that you don’t need (2) separate devices.

The 719 self contained alarm siren works great with the Honeywell VISTA Series alarm control panels. The alarm siren has an operating voltage of 6-12VDC and a power rating of 15 watts. The unit's operating current is 550 mA at 12VDC. There are (3) wires coming out of the 719 siren which you will need to connect to your alarm control panel. The white wire is 12V negative and should be hooked up to terminal 4 on a VISTA Series alarm control panel as terminal 4 is the (-) alarm output terminal. There are actually (2) separate positive wires as the 719 siren is a dual tone self contained siren. The yellow positive wire is for the normal steady alarm tone and the red wire is for the alternative warble alarm tone. Connecting the wire of your choice to terminal 3 on the VISTA Series alarm control panel will determine how the siren sounds during a burglary alarm. No matter which positive wire you choose, the 719 siren will sound the temporal pulse when a fire alarm is tripped. Therefore, you will be able to listen to the alarm siren to know which type of alarm was tripped.

The 719 alarm siren is a very loud siren. When powered by 12VDC, the alarm siren's sound output is 115dB at 10'. The only louder Honeywell alarm siren is the Honeywell 702 self contained siren which has a sound output of 118dB.

The Honeywell 719 alarm siren is smaller than the Honeywell 702 which makes it more discreet. However, just like the 702 siren, you can install the Honeywell 719 inside or outside. The self contained siren is made of weather resistant highly durable plastic. The high impact plastic housing protects the siren from vandalism so you can install the Honeywell 719 with confidence.

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Hi Shane, We actually had some bad information posted before and we just edited it to be correct. You would need to choose steady or warble based on the positive wire you land to your panel's positive bell output.
How does the siren know which alarm is being outputted if both the stead and warble is connected to the alarm output?
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