Using your computer and the Wireless System Controller, you locally manage your home environment with the Motorola homesight System. When configured, the system can notify you of any new events by sending an e-mail when your Temperature Sensor detects an event (a temperature change) that moves beyond the limits you specify.
Installation Overview Locate the antenna and screw it into the top-right corner of the sensor, just above the air vents, until it is secure. Note: Sharp objects should be stored out of reach of children to prevent injury. Insert the batteries. On the bottom of the sensor, slide open the door and insert two AAA alkaline batteries back of the battery d oor of the sensor indicates the polarity (+ and -) of the batteries.
Feature Locator Bottom Battery compartment Installation Hints Please consider the following points when mounting the sensor: • The homesight Wireless Temperature Sensor is constructed of UV-resistant ABS plastic. Do not install the sensor where it is subjected directly to the elements. •...
Installing Your Wireless Signal Repeater Your sensor can either be mounted on a wall or just sit on a horizontal surface. Wall Mount Your Wireless Temperature Sensor Warning: When mounting near a window, drilling too close to the glass could break the glass, possibly cause it to shatter, and cause injury.
Wall Mount Drilling Template Mounting tools: Screwdriver, electric drill, or awl. On hard surfaces, Motorola recommends that you pre-drill ½-inch-deep pilot holes with a drill bit slightly smaller than the bracket mounting screws before securing the bracket to the surface. When mounting a sensor on soft surfaces like sheetrock, use an awl to punch holes in the material slightly smaller than the plastic anchors included in the hardware mounting kit.
Features and Specifications • Wireless connectivity to the System Controller • Attaches to any flat, non-metal surface • Operates on 2-AAA Alkaline batteries (included) • LED indicator when sensor is triggered Frequency Range: Typical open air range (line of sight): Typical indoor range: Sensor size: Troubleshooting...
The battery is expected to last up to 12 months. This depends on actual use and how often the sensor is triggered. The Motorola Temperature Sensor includes a battery-saving feature that causes the sensor to hibernate when there is no activity and wake up when the sensor is triggered.
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