GENERAL INFORMATION. The ADEMCO Shock Processor Transmitter connects to inertia type shock detectors that are mounted externally to the. Ademco – WHS Shock Processor Transmitter Free PDF Download at Fire Alarm Resources, Your Home for Free Fire Alarm Manuals, Catalogs, Software. GENERAL INFORMATION. The ADEMCO WHS/BRS Shock Processor. Transmitters each feature a built-in shock sensor and are intended for use only.
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A reed switch and tamper, A built-in shock sensor, Adjustable pulse count and response sensitivity settings, Three points of protection to ease installation and provide flexibility. In essence, each “loop” can be a seperate zone. Technically speaking, you can have 3 individual zones with this unit. The is basically just a with the added ability to add shock detectors that require a separate processor. Logged bantham1 Security Pro Posts: Did you miss your activation email? The processes the signals of shock detectors that do not have a built in processor.
SMF – Just Installed! So the is a shock sensor without a shock sensor? Are the Br’s what I need for the shock sensor to work? Write Your Own Review You’re reviewing: Does anybody know what I need? September 21, Honeywell Wireless integrated shock sensor, processor and transmitter.
Honeywell Ademco 5819WHS Wireless Shock Sensor and Processor
I think it might be much easier to get the WHS. I am trying to hook this up wireless and have loop 2 set with the magnetic reed switch. I do see a BR vibration contact online. September 20, I have already switched out a for a v and have programed these into my system.
Sign up for price alert. Add to Wishlist Share. I didn’t know there was in addition to the whs. Be the first to review this product. Sometimes I’m a little slow. Please login or register. The is a transmitter There are shock detectors with built in processors, and there are shock detectors that require a separate processor. It would be easier, but I have 3 s. They both would provide a loop and a reed.
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How do I get the shock portion of the sensor to work? I purchased an ademco shock sensor by accident instead of the whs built in shock processor. You can’t win; you cant’ break even; and you can’t get out of the Game.
Use wdemco this site is subject to certain Terms and Conditions of Use which constitute a legal agreement between you and Sterling Security Service. It says something about an inertia type shock detector?
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Out of stock Regular Price: September 19, Logged garya Security Guru Posts: I appreciate any help I can get. So, no, without adding a shock it won’t do anything that the won’t. You have no items in your shopping cart.
OK, I got it now. Then what would be the difference between the functionality of a with no shock processor and a ?
I guess this question 5819whss answer it: September 22, Honeywell Wireless Shock Processor. What would it be for? On the other hand the doesn’t have the ability to use shocks that require a separate processor, soyes, it the will do something the won’t. I didn’t either till I was reading the instructions about an additional inertia type shock sensor that I need for it to work. Real Knowledge From Real People.
If you can’t do shock sensing with the without adding a shock detector, it would seem that all that would work on the is the read and loop just like the Sorry, Acemco not getting this one yet. A reed switch and tamper, A built-in shock sensor, Adjustable pulse count and response sensitivity settings, Three points of protection to ease installation and provide flexibility The Truth of Thermodynamics: