Overview: This wireless door/window transmitter, made by Visonic, is
designed for use with advanced, high-security alarm systems, such as the
Smarthome SecureLinc Wireless Home Security System (item # 72673903W). It can be
used to protect doors and windows using a built-in magnetic contact that
operates in conjunction with a magnet to detect the opening and closure of a
door or window. It is powered by a replaceable, long-life 3V Lithium battery.
The transmitter sends a "low battery" message to the receiver to alert you to
change the battery.
Auxiliary Input: The transmitter has an auxiliary hard-wired
input, programmable as either NC (normally closed) or EOL (end of line), for use
with additional sensors, such as pushbuttons, detectors, door contacts, etc. An
on-board DIP switch allows you to disable the magnetic-operated reed switch if
only the auxiliary input is needed.
PowerCode: When activated, the magnetic contact and the
auxiliary input initiate an individual 24-bit PowerCode ID message, which
identifies it to the target receiver as a separate transmitter. Each ID code is
randomly selected from 16-million possible combinations, and is therefore unique
and virtually impossible to accidentally reproduce. In addition, a smart,
anti-collision algorithm prevents signal jamming by simultaneous transmission
from multiple devices. Periodic transmission of supervision signals is used to
confirm system connectivity at all times.
Tamper Switch: The unit has a tamper switch which is activated when
the cover is removed. A tamper report is sent every 3 minutes until the tamper
switch is restored.
Supervision Message: A periodic supervision message is transmitted
automatically. The target receiver is thus informed, at regular intervals, of
the unit's active participation in the system.
LED: An LED lights whenever alarm or tamper events are reported. The
LED does not light while a supervision message is being transmitted.
- Operating Frequency: 315 MHz
- Power Supply: 3V Lithium battery, CR-2
- Battery Life Expectancy: 3 years (typical use)
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