Honeywell Home robust 5816OD is a weatherproof, water-resistant outdoor wireless transmitter that provides excellent detection and performance in extreme temperatures. It operates in temperatures from -40° F to 150° F (-40° C to +66° C), (100% RH).
The 5816OD also contains two unique zones. The first loop is a normally closed circuit contact that can have external devices wired directly to it. The second loop is a built-in magnetic reed switch that can be used to protect gates, sheds, detached garages or any other outdoor area with an exit/entry point. It is also an ideal way to protect outdoor equipment when using outdoor rated magnetic pull apart contacts.
Weather-proof and water-resistant housing makes it ideal for harsh outdoor climates -40° F to 150° F (-40° C to +66° C), (100% RH)
Maximum magnet gap 1.75" on wood, vinyl and non-metallic surfaces and 1.25" on steel to facilitate easier installation
Two long life AA lithium batteries, easily replaceable
Built-in reed switch contact loop
Built-in wired closed contact loop (for use with external devices)
Tamper protection-removal of front cover and transmitter from mounting plate
Stainless steel or nylon cable tie mountable (ties not included)
Magnet and magnet spacer included
Paintable plastic housing to match any surface
Name: Honeywell Home 5816OD Wireless Outdoor Contact/Transmitter, Dark Gray, Resideo, Honeywell Home
Category: Honeywell Home, Intrusion, Alarm Contacts, Magnetic Contact Transmitters
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