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    Tilt Sensor, 345 MHz

    SKU: 2GIG-TILT1-345
    UPC: 8-17082-01143-1


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    This sensor is designed for applications where the tilt status of an asset , such as a garage door, needs to be monitored.
    Other uses might include: mailbox doors, large pet doors, or hinged storm cellar doors.
    The tilt sensor communicates with the control panel using the 345 MHz frequency. Once the sensor is tilted to 45 degrees, the sensor will transmit to the panel.
    The sensor will also send a restore signal when the sensor is re turned to less than 45 degrees.
    Equipped with a cover tamper switch and low battery monitoring. Should the battery voltage drop below a prescribed
    level, the sensor will send a low battery report indicating that the battery should be replaced.

    FEATURES
    • Tilt Sensor with 345 MHz transmitter for use with 2GIG GC2 panels with firmware 1.14 and higher
    • Battery powered design includes long-life 3V Lithium battery (typical battery life is 5 to 8 years)
    • Two 5/8” Phillips screws


    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    Requires a 2GIG panel with software revision 1.14 or later.
    • Size (L x W x H): 1.72” x 1.09” x .95” (4.37 cm x 2.77 cm x 2.41 cm)
    • Operating Temperature: 2 to 120 F (0 to 49 C)
    • Operating Rel. Humidity: 5 to 85%, non-condensing
    • Tilt Switch Angle: 45 degrees
    • Double-sided stick tape strip
    • Requires panel firmware revision 1.14 or higher
    Buy one here

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    Is NOT compatible with the GC3****

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    any idea what loop I should program this to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchjs View Post
    any idea what loop I should program this to?
    Use loop 1

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