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GE 51209 User Manual

Personal security motion sensor with keypad
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Personal Security

Motion Sensor

with Keypad

User Manual

Do not use in wet locations



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  • Page 1: Motion Sensor

    Personal Security Motion Sensor with Keypad User Manual Do not use in wet locations...
  • Page 3: Low Battery Indicator

    Motion Sensing Alarm With Remote Control Alarm/Chime Switch Indicator Light Wall Mount Motion Sensing Alarm Low Battery Indicator The Motion Sensing Alarm has a low battery indicator light. When the batteries need to be replaced, the indicator will flash slowly. Average battery life for typical usage is up to one year.
  • Page 4: Installing Batteries

    INSTALLING BATTERIES The battery compartment is located on the back of the unit. Remove the battery compartment screw and slide off cover in the direction of the open arrow. Insert (3) AA batteries (not included) . Take care to note the polarity diagram inside the battery compartment.
  • Page 5: Installation

    CREATING YOUR PERSONAL ALARM CODE The -digit keypad allows you to set a personal code for arming and disarming the alarm. Remove the battery compartment screw and slide off cover in the direction of the open arrow. Press the LEARN button once; the red indicator light on the front of the alarm will blink for 1 seconds.
  • Page 6 flexibility to aim the motion sensor in a particular direction. Choose your desired location, such as the corner of the room. This will provide maximum coverage. NOTE: The sensor has a 1-20 ft. detection zone, with approximate angles of 110 degree horizontal x 70 degree vertical.
  • Page 7 Secure ball and socket mount to the wall using either the provided wall anchors or by screwing directly into a wall stud. Once installed securely on the wall, slide insert bracket of mount into the back of the unit and lock in place.
  • Page 8 Slide switch to ALARM mode. Arming the Alarm Arm the alarm by pressing your -digit code. A beep will sound after each button is pressed. When the -digit code is entered correctly the unit’s indicator light will flash green once. If entered incorrectly, the unit will sound and the indicator light will flash red three times.
  • Page 9 in 30 seconds. The siren will sound for 30 seconds (unless disarmed by the remote) and then turn off. In 1 seconds the alarm will check for motion. If motion is detected, the siren will sound again. The cycle will repeat until the unit is disarmed with the remote.
  • Page 10 sounded to deactivate. NOTE: To test, a cloth can be used to cover the alarm to reduce risk of hearing damage. Incorrect Code If an incorrect code is entered the unit will sound a louder beep and the indicator light will flash red 3 times. Re-enter correct code after indicator light stops flashing.
  • Page 11: Care And Maintenance

    • Deactivating the Chime: To deactivate the chime, slide the switch to ALARM. TESTING MOTION SENSOR OPERATION Set alarm to CHIME mode; the chime will sound once. After initial chime, wait 1 seconds and wave hand in front of the sensor. If chime sounds immediately, sensor is working correctly.
  • Page 12: Limitations Of Alarm Products

    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 13 • Replace all batteries at the same time • Replace fully discharged batteries immediately For indoor use only; do not use in wet locations. This Jasco product comes with a 0 day limited warranty. Please contact Customer Service at 800--883 between 7:30AM—:00PM CST or via our website ( if the unit should...
  • Page 14 NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 1 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful...