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GE 45131 User Manual

Wireless alarm system window/door sensor
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Wireless Alarm System
Window/Door
Sensor
User's Manual
Choice
Choice
ALERT
ALERT
Control all Sensors
& accessories from
one location
45131

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  • Page 1 Wireless Alarm System Window/Door Sensor User’s Manual Choice Choice ALERT ALERT ™ ™ Control all Sensors & accessories from one location 45131...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Important Safeguards Introduction Installation Assigning a Sensor to a Zone Erasing a Sensor from a Zone Testing a Sensor or your system Low battery indicator Battery warnings F.A.Q.'S FCC Warning 10-11 1-1...
  • Page 3 Before connecting or operating the Window/Door Sensor, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future reference. Congratulations The GE Choice Alert Wireless Alarm System is one ™ of the most affordable and expandable wireless alarm systems available. You’ll discover the system offers many features typically found in custom installed Alarm systems. The Choice Alert system is reliable and easy-to-use. With Choice Alert you can select from a line of Sensors and Accessories;...
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    Important safeguards PreCautions 1. Do not attempt to disassemble the Window/Door Sensor, unless described in the user’s manual. There are no user serviceable parts. . Handle with Care – Avoid striking or shaking. Improper use or storage could damage the Window/ Door Sensor.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The Window/Door Sensor is designed to be used indoors or out. When mounted properly it can monitor doors, windows, gates, cabinets, etc. – any door or window that opens. When the door or window is opened, the Sensor will transmit a signal to the Control Center.
  • Page 6: Installation

    Preparing the Sensor for Installation The Window/Door Sensor consists of two parts – The Sensor (Transmitter) and the Magnetic Contact. Before installing, remove the yellow battery isolation tape from the the Sensor. This activates the Lithium battery inside the Sensor. The approximate battery life is up to two years.
  • Page 7 Depending on what side of the door the Sensors mounted, the Sensor cover can be rotated, but the red marks must always be aligned in order for the Sensor to function correctly. Mount the Magnetic Contact on the door or window (the part that moves). In most applications you can use double sided tape (included).
  • Page 8: Assigning A Sensor To A Zone

    be no greater than ½”. Once the plate is mounted, use the doubled sided tape to attach Sensor to the smooth surface of mounting plate. Be sure to position the Sensor so that the side with the red marking is on the same side as the Magnetic Contact. Once the Sensor and Magnetic Contact are mounted, you’ll need to assign the Sensor to a Zone on the Control Center.
  • Page 9: Erasing A Sensor From A Zone

    Note: Zone 4 is for dedicated alerts only. Sensors in this Zone will not trigger an alarm or chime. Step 4 – Activate the Window/Door Sensor - For the Window/Door Sensor, separate the two pieces or if mounted, open the door or window. Step 2 Select the Zone number 1 2 3 4...
  • Page 10: Testing A Sensor Or Your System

    - The Zone has been triggered for an Alert or alarm. The Sensor/Zone must be reset. - There is loss of signal from the Sensor to the Control Center (such as low battery, or Sensor is out of range). - The system is armed. The Control Center will sound three beeps to indicate it could not erase the Zone.
  • Page 11: Low Battery Indicator

    Sensors at a greater distance. The Lithium cell batteries in the Window/Door Sensor can last up to two years. Model # Description 45129 Control Center 45131 Window/Door Sensor *maximum potential life based upon usage and location Battery Type Battery Life* (4) “AAA”...
  • Page 12 Window/Door Sensor F.A.Q.’S Q. I bought a new Sensor and the Control Center will not recognize it. Why? A. First, make sure the yellow isolation tape has been removed and the battery is new. Second, ensure that the battery is inserted into the Sensor according to polarity(+/-) markings.
  • Page 13 Q. Why does one of my Zones continually flash? A. This can be caused by 1 of 2 conditions. First condition, if it is a rapid flash it means a Sensor in the Zone has a low battery. If more than one Sensor is in a Zone, you will need to test each Sensor by putting the unit into test mode (see pg.
  • Page 14: Fcc Warning

    Any unauthorized changes or modifications to the equipment would void the user’s warranty and may conflict with both state and federal laws. The Choice Alert system complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: 1) The Choice Alert system may not cause harmful interference.
  • Page 15 The product, if used properly, may reduce the risk of burglary, robbery, or other adverse events. However, JASCO is not an insurer, this product is neither insurance nor a guarantee that such an event will be prevented, and users should protect themselves with proper insurance.
  • Page 16 General Electric Company and is used under license to Jasco Products Company LLC, 10 E. Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73114. This Jasco product comes with a 1 year limited warranty. Visit 45131-1 www.jascoproducts.com for details. 01/09/08...

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