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Mount Your Door/Window Sensor
Discover your sensor before mounting it.
The spacing between the sensor and the contact should be between 1/10 inch and ½ inch (.25 cm to 1.27 cm).
Using the supplied double-sided tape, peel one side of the paper strip and place it on the back of the sensor.
Peel the other side of the tape and place the sensor in the location desired.
You can also mount the sensor more securely using the screws in the hardware
kit. Using the drilling template found later in this guide, drill two pilot holes for the
screws. Affix the screws to one side of the object (typically the "stationary" side),
leaving 1/16" (1.6 mm) space between the screw head and the object. Mount the
sensor onto the screws and slide down to lock into place.
Using the holes on the drilling template, mark the position of the holes to be drilled. For drywall or other composite
surfaces, use a 7/ 32" drill bit. Drill a hole for each of the mounting screws and insert a plastic wall anchor into each
hole. For other solid surfaces, use a 1/16" drill bit. Drill a pilot hole for each of the mounting screws.
The magnetic contact should now be placed on the other side of the object (typically the contact is installed on
the side that moves). Open and close the door or window to check that the space between the contact and
sensor is correct.
Install the Magnetic Contact
Either peel the paper strip from the double-sided tape located on the back of the contact, or you can more
securely attach it using screws in the hardware kit. Remove the cover from the contact and insert the screws
through the holes on the top and bottom of the contact. Use the Wall Mounting Drilling template at the end of this
guide to assist you.
Make sure the magnetic contact aligns with the top of the sensor on either the left or right side.
Mounting hole
Mounting hole
1.6 mm (1/16 inch)

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