Note: The sensor has a LED that flashes to show when the
sensor has triggered and transmitted to the main unit.
Step 4 - When testing is complete, unplug the AC
adapter, then plug the AC adapter back in and
reinstall batteries. This returns the Control Center
to standard operation mode.
Note: The Control Center will automatically return to standard
operation mode after 5 hours.
Low Battery Indicator
The Control Center continuously monitors all the
Sensors. If the Control Center does not receive a signal
from any Sensor it will begin rapidly flashing the Zone
LED indicator . This indicates one or more Sensors in
the Zone may have low battery power and are unable
to transmit a signal the necessary distance. If all
batteries and/or Sensors are installed at the same
time into a Zone, it is recommended to replace the
batteries in all Sensors in the Zone.
However, you can check the Garage Door Sensor
status independently by placing the Control Center
in Test mode (see Testing a Sensor on page 9) and
trigger the Sensor separately (i.e. open garage door). If
the Sensor does not trigger an alert then replace the
battery with a new one. Additionally, the red LED on
the Sensor will flash when the Sensor is triggered.