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Honeywell releases 5822T wireless tilt sensor to connected home

Honeywell releases 5822T wireless tilt sensor to connected home
Honeywell has released the 5822T Wireless Tilt Sensor, the newest member of the company’s popular 5800 Series of wireless devices and part of the “connected home” suite of products that combine security and lifestyle benefits.

Honeywell has released the 5822T Wireless Tilt Sensor, the newest member of the company's popular 5800 Series of wireless devices and part of the “connected home” suite of products that combine security and lifestyle benefits. The sensor has been designed to mount vertically on surfaces that tilt horizontally when opened—providing an easy way to secure garage doors or tilt windows. Enrollment is quick and simple, and installers can choose to program the sensor as a monitored or notification-only zone.

Whenever the 5822T sensor detects tilt movement, a notification is transmitted to the control panel. End-users can know if their garage doors or tilt windows are opened or closed right at their security system keypads. When used with Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services, they can check status and receive email alerts or text messages on their smartphones, tablets or other compatible wireless mobile devices.

“The 5822T sensor is an excellent new addition for today's connected home, especially when paired with Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services,” said Alan Stoddard, Senior Marketing Director, Honeywell Security Products Americas. “If a customer gets up in the morning, hurries their kids off to school or leaves home in a rush, it provides added peace of mind knowing that they can receive these critical notifications or simply check their smartphones whenever they want to make sure that their garage doors or windows are shut and that their valuables are safe.”

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