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Honeywell 5800mini Wireless Door - Window Sensor


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Honeywell 5800mini Wireless Door - Window Sensor

The Honeywell 5800mini is a compact door/window transmitter that can be used with the Lynx Plus L3000, Lynx Touch L5210, Lynx Touch L7000 or the Honeywell Vista 15P and Honeywell Vista 20P that have an attached wireless receiver. These have built-in signal transmission and low-battery LEDs so that you can see when it's working and when you need to change the batteries out.

The transmitter measures in at a miniscule 1" W x 2.2" H x 0.25" D and the magnet measures 0.25" x 0.25" x 1". These make for an excellent choice for those who have installations where a bulkier contact would be too much. These are powered by a CR123 3 volt lithium battery and the batteries have a 2 to 3 year life expectancy before you have to change them. The 5800mini transmitters run on the 345 MHz frequency just as the rest of the Honeywell 5800 series wireless devices do. The LEDs of this device have different meanings. The blue LED helps to ensure proper magnet placement. The green LED means that the transmitter is transmitting. The red LED lets you know that the battery is getting low and needs to be changed.

The Honeywell wireless devices, on average, get you a 200' radius for placement and if you need a wider area or a stronger signal then you can add the Honeywell 5800RP Repeater to the system to push this even further. Honeywell wireless devices are superb if you have to install other sensors and you don't have the ability to run wire. They make a wide range of devices for burglary detection including door/window contacts, motions and glassbreaks and wireless keypads and remotes. Not only do they provide wireless burglary detection, but you can get devices that can be used to monitor environmental conditions such as fire, flooding and temperature.

5800MINI Installation manual
5800MINI Data sheet


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  • Can I mount Honeywell 5800mini outside? On a screen door in a lanai?

    No, these are rated for indoor use only.