2GIG-DW40-345 - 2GIG Wireless Bypass Door/Window Alarm Contact

2GIG-DW40-345 - 2GIG Wireless Bypass Door/Window Alarm Contact
2GIG-DW40-345 - 2GIG Wireless Bypass Door/Window Alarm Contact
Item# 2GIG-DW40-345

Please Note: The 2GIG-DW40-345 wireless bypass door/window alarm sensor has been discontinued and replaced by the 2GIG-DW10-345 model number.

2GIG-DW40-345 Product Description:

The 2GIG-DW40-345 is a wireless bypass door/window contact which is designed for use on doors that may need to be temporarily bypassed to serve as an entry and exit path to an armed zone. The bypass contact works for those times you want to open a door without making noise while disarming the system.

There is a discreet hidden push button integrated to the top of the case that allows a user to activate the bypass feature to open and close the door once without having to disarm the alarm panel. A special coded message is sent to compatible receivers that can log this local user bypass event. An integrated LED indicates to the user, the state and status of the bypass feature. For higher security, the bypass push button can be disabled and the contact can be used as a micro sized door window contact without the local bypass feature. A message is sent when the magnet is moved away from the contact and another message is sent when the magnet is replaced near the contact again.

The 2GIG-DW40-345 communicates with the 2GIG control panel at the 345Mhz frequency. The bypass contact is equipped with a cover tamper to notify the user if the device has been tampered with. (2GIG panel firmware version 1.14 or higher is required to log the bypass activity.)

Product Features:

  • Wireless signal range: 275 ft (80 m) with 2GIG Panel
  • Code outputs: alarm; alarm restore; supervisory; low battery; tamper; tamper restore; local bypass enabled*; local bypass disabled*
  • Transmitter frequency: 345 MHz (crystal controlled)
  • Unique ID Codes: over one (1) million different code combinations
  • Supervisory interval: 70 minutes
  • ETL Listed

*Local bypass code output messages are logged only on receivers with updated software supporting this feature
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