The wireless Door Sensor from Comporium protects common intrusion points such as windows and doors. It communicates with the Interactive Touchscreen, reporting openings and closings of doors, windows, or any other area that needs to be monitored for opening and closing activity. This provides additional protection of property, with timely alerts, instantly when an intrusion attempt begins.
With an exceptionally long-lasting battery, the Comporium Door Sensor delivers enduring security. The robust communication link enables long-range transmission and strengthens protection against interference.
- Dimensions: 2.6"x1.2"x0.4"
- Battery Life: 6 years
- Battery Type: One (1) 3V, CR2450 Lithium Battery
- Weight: 0.71oz
- Operating Temperature: 32°F to 122°F
- Operating Environment: Indoors
To pair a device to the Interactive Touchscreen:
- Remove the battery pull tab from the device
- From the Interactive Touchscreen, navigate to Settings by swiping down from the top of the the screen
- From Settings, navigate to Advanced Settings and enter your Master Code
- If you do not know your Master Code, from the Alarm.com mobile app, navigate to Users and choose the user labeled "Master".
- Tap "Panels" to view the 4 digit master code.
- Tap Security Sensors
- Tap Auto Learn Sensors
- Activate your sensor by moving the magnet close to the sensor and then away from the sensor. The Interactive Touchscreen will confirm once the device has been paired successfully.
- Once the sensor is recognized, change the Source Type to "Power G" (if it is not automatically changed) and rename your sensor.
- Choose the preferred chime type and sensory type by tapping "Add"
- Entry/Exit Sensors will being a countdown when triggered while the system is armed.
- Perimeter Sensors will sound the alarm immediately if the system is armed
- Apply the provided adhesive tape and mount your sensor in the desired location. Be sure to line up the arrows on the magnet and sensor.
- Download the Physical Installation Guide
Deleting or Removing a Device
Refer to the Alarm.com Knowledge Base for more information.