The GE Interlogix TX-E121 is a wireless command button that is compatible with GE Interlogix security panels paired with Alarm.com® interactive services and with UltraSync®. systems. The TX-E121 command button allows for up to three different scenes and automations to be triggered by the push of a single wireless button. Utilizing the smart-home automation capabilities of Alarm.com and UltraSync, users can assign the command button's actions to be the initiating device for enabling and disabling a variety of smart devices, scenes and rules.
The compact and low-profle design of the command button allows for easy and versatile mounting on various types of surfaces. Control of lights, locks, thermostats and other smart devices that are paired with GE Interlogix security panels is easier than ever. Designed with the smart home in mind, the GE Interlogix Command Button is an ideal solution for bringing enhanced automation capability to every room in the home.
Compact design that is half the size of many other micro door and window sensors
Single-tap, double-tap and tap-and-hold commands that allow for up to three different automations utilizing three different zones
Square red LED for visual indication of wireless transmissions
5-year battery life with an easily replaceable pre-installed CR-2032 coin-cell battery
Low Battery reporting that indicates when batteries need replacing before they expire
Fully supervised device that sends signals every 64 minutes to the security panel to support uninterrupted performance
Included with the TX-E121 device is one piece of double sided tape for permanently securing the Command Button in a desired location. Choose a suitable location for the sensor ensuring desired signal strength is achieved. Where possible, install sensors within 100 ft. (30 m) of the panel. While a transmitter may have an openair range of 500 ft. (150 m) or more, the environment at the installation site may have a significant effect on operational range. Changing a sensor location may improve wireless communication.
For reliable bonding, ensure the surface is clean and dry. Apply the tape to the backside of the sensor, and then to the desired location. Apply firm pressure for several seconds. When mounting with double sided tape, ensure temperatures are above 50°F and will remain above 50°F for at least 24 hours to ensure proper bond. After 24 hours, the bond will hold at lower temperatures.