: Honeywell WG-WH Stubby Recessed Magnetic Contact Switch (2 Pack): Camera & Photo. The Honeywell WG is a miniature recessed contact with 12” wire leads. You can use the WG recessed contact to protect doors and windows from. The Honeywell WG-M is a 3/8” diameter recessed magnet which can be used with many of the Honeywell recessed door and window contacts including the.

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Add to Cart Qty: Perfect for windows or doors where wiring is not an issue especially during pre-drywall construction.

Honeywell 951WG Recessed Magnetic Contact – White

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Door and Window alarm yoneywell are essential to any home or business security system. Exact replacement of 23 year old original, damaged in remodeling job.

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Use of this site is subject to certain Terms and Conditions of Use which constitute a legal agreement between you and Sterling Security Service. They work great and are small enough to fit in my thin framed windows.

The magnet acting on the sensor 951eg a circuit, and when the sensor is separated from the magnet, a signal is sent to the alarm control panel, signifying uoneywell entry breach. Finished home the typical case where the walls are already up and painted or wallpapered where you want to install a concealed magnetic contact in a first floor double-hung window where there is an unfinished basement or crawlspace or accessible ceiling in a finished basement.


Alarm Contact switches are magnetic switches used to protect doors and windows for the most part. Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website, to manage access to your account, and for other purposes described in our privacy policy.

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Compact Ideal for re-install use Verified purchase: Protection for both openings! Use a stud finder to make sure you are not lined up with a stud holding the window up!

Bought this part to replace a broken one on a 16 year old alarm system. Make sure there are no wires, pipes etc. Before securing the magnet into the sash however, slide a pencil point stick out of the hole and slowly close the window marking the spot on the bottom sill which perfectly lines up with the location of the magnet when the window is closed.

See details for additional description. Each contact consists of a sensor, which is attached to the frame of the door or window, and a magnet, which is placed on the door or window itself. Works Every Time Ive had bad contacts before but these are just reliable. If not tape wire to the other end drill end of the bit and pull the bit and wire down to the basement instead.


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