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Wireless Temperature and Flood Sensor for Honeywell Lynx or Vista Panels

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This is the Wireless Temperature and Flood Sensor for Honeywell Lynx or Vista Panels. (Also for Safewatch Pro 3000, Quickconnect Panels, and TS Panels) It requires a flood probe and a 2.2M Ohm resistor(it comes with it) if you want to use it for flood. You will probably also want some of this wire and a few of these wire connectors. It does not require anything to use it for temperature unless you want to monitor the temperature of a refrigerator or freezer. Then it requires a temperature probe. There is a new flood sensor that sits on the ground that can accomplish this also without having to wire anything and also one that comes with the probe already attached.  See description for more info…

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This is the Wireless Temperature and Flood Sensor for Honeywell Lynx or Vista Panels. (Also for Safewatch Pro 3000, Quickconnect Panels, and TS Panels) It requires a flood probe and a 2.2M Ohm resistor(it comes with it) if you want to use it for flood. You will probably also want some of this wire and a few of these wire connectors. It does not require anything to use it for temperature unless you want to monitor the temperature of a refrigerator or freezer. Then it requires a temperature probe. There is a new flood sensor that sits on the ground that can accomplish this also without having to wire anything and also one that comes with the probe already attached.

These are the different uses of the Wireless Temperature and Flood Sensor.

  • A. Cold Temperature (Freeze) Detector – It detects if the temperature drops below 45°F (7.2°C) for 10 minutes or more.
  • B. Warm Temperature Detector – It detects if the temperature is above 75°F for 10 minutes or more.
  • C. Hot Temperature Detector – It detects if the temperature rises above 95°F for more than 10 minutes.
  • D. Refrigerator Failure Detector – If the temperature rises above 42°F(5.5°C) for 30 minutes or more. It has this as a longer time in case someone opens and closes the door alot.
  • E. Freezer Failure Detector – If the temperature rises above 10°F(-12.2°C) for more than 30 minutes.
  • F. Flood Sensor – If the external probe is in contact with 1/4 inch of water for more than 3 minutes it will trigger the alarm.

Please ensure you have wireless zones available before purchasing. Typically, you will need a technician to add this to your system or you will need to purchase the phone tech support for us to help you. If you have a Safewatch Pro system you need to have an alpha keypad. (the screen is wider than the buttons below it)

Specifications:
  • Power: 3V lithium battery (Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A) CAUTION: Risk of fire, explosion, and burns. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 212°F (100°C) or incinerate. Dispose of used batteries promptly. Keep away from children.
  • Operating Temperature: 14°F (-10°C) to 104°F (+40°C)
  • Operating Voltage: 3.2VDC
  • Dimensions: 3.1” length, 1.6”wide, 1.0” depth
  • Sensor Parameters:
    • Cold Temperature Detector 45°F
    – When temperature drops below 45°F for >10 minutes
    • Warm Temperature Detector 75°F
    – When temperature rises above 75°F for >10 minutes
    • Hot Temperature Detector 95°F
    – When temperature rises above 95°F for >10 minutes
    • Refrigerator Failure Detector 42°F
    – When temperature rises above 42°F for >30 minutes
    • Freezer Failure Detector 10°F
    – When temperature rises above 10°F for >30 minutes
    • Flood Sensor
    – When 1/4″ inch of water is covering the 470PB or FP280 probe
    • “Swinger Suppression” (Hysteresis) of 3°F
    – Temperature difference between fault and restore points
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