Announcing the Honeywell 5800 to LoRaWAN Radio Bridge

Minneapolis, MN, January 22, 2020 –

Radio Bridge Inc, a leading supplier of wireless sensors in the Internet of Things industry, announces the release of an exciting bridge product for Honeywell 5800 wireless sensors. This particular radio bridge translates wireless Honeywell sensor data and converts the payloads to LoRaWAN.

The new bridge product can be found here:

https://radiobridge.com/products/honeywell-5800-to-lorawan-bridge

“This radio bridge is so exciting because it allows users to purchase ultra-cheap Honeywell sensors, as low as $10 or less on Amazon or eBay, and put them on your existing LoRaWAN network” said Steve Kilts, CEO of Radio Bridge. “The development of this product has been in the works for a few years and is unique to Radio Bridge.”

This technology is not available with other sensor vendors because the Honeywell 5800 wireless protocol is not a published standard. The engineering team at Radio Bridge has leveraged years of wireless sensor experience to create the IP underlying this bridge.

The ultra-cheap Honeywell sensor portfolio includes smoke alarm, PIR motion, glass break, carbon monoxide, water leak detection, door/window, key fobs, and many more. Look for the Honeywell part numbers starting with “58” to verify compatibility.

The bridge is based on Radio Bridge’s new line of outdoor and industrial-grade sensors, also known as The Armored Sensor line, which includes capabilities for a variety of industrial sensing applications. The Armored Sensor line is rugged which means they can be deployed into relatively harsh environments.

The Honeywell to LoRaWAN bridge is currently in beta, and samples are being supplied to select customers. The various sensor types available can be found here:

https://radiobridge.com/blog/connect-honeywell-5800-series-sensors-to-lorawan-with-radio-bridge/

About Radio Bridge
Radio Bridge Inc. designs and manufactures long-range wireless sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry using emerging wireless standards such as LoRaWAN. The portfolio of sensors are all designed for very long-range, low cost, and extended battery life applications. Target industries include building security and automation, smart cities, medical devices, and industrial automation. Radio Bridge is a member of the LoRa Alliance. For more information, visit www.radiobridge.com.