Honeywell’s  5870API  is  a  wireless  asset protection device designed to guard against theft.  It  
easily affixes to any valuable requiring protection within a home or business, including paintings,  
flat screens and other electronics,   family  heirlooms, safes,  machinery,  equipment  and  more.
·        Expensive electronics - TV, home entertainment equipment
·        House safe/gun safe
·        Paintings
·        Antique collectibles
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Honeywell Wireless Asset Protection Sensor
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·        Museums and art galleries (paintings and sculptures)
·        Hospitals and laboratories (medical equipment)
·        Colleges and schools (computers, projectors, laboratory equipment)
·        Construction sites (tools and building materials)
·        Offices (printers, copiers, computers and cash boxes)
The  5870API  is  an  ideal  solution  for  early  warning  notification  or  alarm  verification.   The
5870API  uses  patented Micro-Electro-Mechanical System  (MEMS)  Accelerometer  technology,
which senses acceleration in theX and Y axis.    When affixed to the protected asset,  the device
will trigger a “detect” if an attempt is made to move or disturb the asset.

The 5870API is intended for use with Honeywell alarm systems that support 5800 Series wireless
devices.  The transmitter is fully supervised and can send alarm, tamper, trouble and low battery
conditions to the alarm control panel.

What is Asset Protection?

Asset protection is a focused security solution designed to protect specific, tangible assets.
Usually these assets are things that people consider valuable, have a high probability of theft or
should not be tampered with. The 5870API continues to provide protection even when the panel
is disarmed—letting you protect against burglary and theft at the same time.


Numerous applications in both the residential and commercial markets exist: