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Use a flat head screw driver to pry open the top of the 2GIG-DW20R-345 to change tops or access the battery. NOTICE: Before removing the circuit board, notice that it fits inside a channel on the The 2GIG-DW20R-345 is the industry’s most flexible supervised recessed door/window contact, allowing a multitude of applications while hiding the transmitter within a door or window frame. The 2GIG-DW20R-345 uses a replaceable lithium battery and should last 5 years under normal board, ensure you fit it back into the same Use care when installing the battery and observe the correct polarity when the battery is inserted (see Figure 2). Use only the It is important to select the proper placement of the recessed transmitter and magnet. The recommended replacement batteries (see Specifications). transmitter comes with two different tops, however, the screw mount is recommended for securing the sensor to the door frame. The magnet does not have a second top with a flange to WARNING! The polarity of the battery must be observed, as shown (see Figure 2). Improper handling of lithium batteries may result in heat generation, explosion or fire, which may lead to personal injuries. Replace only with screw it into place so you must be extra careful to ensure that the magnet is tightly in place the same or equivalent type of battery as recommended by the manufacturer. (see Specifications) Batteries must not be recharged, disassembled or disposed of in fire. Disposal of used batteries must be made in accor- Install the recommended battery if it is not already installed (see Battery Installation & dance with the waste recovery and recycling regulations in your area. Keep away from small children. If batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor. Select a location on the door or window frame for the 2GIG-DW20R-345 transmitter and magnet to be California Only: This Perchlorate warning applies only to Manganese Dioxide Lithium cells sold or distributed ONLY in California, installed. Use a marker to mark and ensure that the two holes you intend to drill are lined up directly USA. Perchlorate Material-special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. Using an 11/16" drill bit, slowly drill the first hole for the transmitter. The 2GIG-DW20R-345 was specifi- cally designed to be slightly larger than an 11/16" hole so you will need to carefully drill to fit by slowly routing the hole little by little to ensure a snug fit. Use the flanged cap and use the included screws for 450 ft., open air, with 2GIG Wireless Alarm Control Panel mounting the transmitter to the door or window frame. Alarm; Alarm Restore; Supervisory; Low Battery Drill the matching hole for the magnet, directly opposite from the transmitter in the door, also using an Amplitude Shift Keying—On/Off Keying (ASK-OOK) Over one (1) million different code combinations Refer to the 2GIG Installation & Programming Instructions wireless devices for 2GIG contacts. 2GIG panels allow a tamper to be sent to ‘LEARN’ the serial code of the transmitter. The 2GIG-DW20R-345 sends a tamper Fault and Restore when the battery is installed. To learn the contact into a 2GIG panel 0.625 in. (1.59 cm) minimum gap, 0.85 in. (2.16 cm) typical insert the battery while the panel is in ‘LEARN’ mode. If inserting the battery does not learn in the contact to the panel, use the supplied magnet to learn in the contact. Before mounting the sensor, verify that the sensor mounting location provides good RF communication to the panel. To verify, do the following: Put the control panel into sensor test mode. One (1) Panasonic CR2, or equivalent Lithium battery Hold the magnet next to the removable cap on the sensor and then pull the magnet away from Listen for siren or keypad beeps to determine appropriate response (refer to the control panel Two magnetic cap styles (Normal and Screw type), two (2) Phillip’s flat-head screws Note: It is recommended that a system test be performed per the Operation & User’s Guide at least This device complies with FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 15 devices, as well as Industry Canada Rules and Regulations. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note: Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance. *For more warranty and compliance information, visit our website (www.2gig.com). 2009 2gig Technologies Inc. All Rights Reserved

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