How do I connect my already mounted sensor with base?
For security reasons it is necessary to keep the pairing buttons on the base and the sensor pressed at the same time and at a maximum distance of 2 arm lengths until the LEDs on the sensor stop flashing.
If you have a movable sensor (like motion or siren), you can simply take it to the base station and connect it with your system:
Door & window (with mount):
1. Remove your sensor from its mount
2. Take the sensor to the base station and connect it with your system by simultaneously pressing the pairing buttons on base and the sensor
3. Take the sensor back to its original position and reattach it to the mount.
1 .Remove the motion detector (if you are not using the stand) from its wall bracket
2. Take motion to the base station and connect it with your system by simultaneously pressing the pairing buttons on base and motion
3. Take motion back to its original position. siren:
1. Unplug siren from the power socket
2. Plug siren into a power socket within range of base (a maximum of 2 arm lengths away)
3. Connect siren with base by simultaneously pressing the pairing buttons on base and siren
4. Take siren back to its original position.
If you have already attached your sensor directly to a surface, you can still connect it with base, without having to dismantle it:
door & window (without mount):
1. Go to the base station and take out the LAN cable 2.Disconnect the base power adapter from the power socket
3. Take your base station within range of the sensor that you want to connect with base
4. Plug the power adapter into a power socket near your sensor.
5. Wait until the middle LED lights up or flashes.
6. Connect the sensor with base as described above by simultaneously pressing the pairing buttons on base and on the sensor (it is not necessary for base to be connected to the Internet for pairing)
7. Take base back to its original position and connect it to the LAN cable again.
8. After base is connected to the Internet again, the sensor will be displayed in the app.