Installation of Sensors of Wireless Alarms

Published: Apr 03, 2014 at 02:00 UTC
Installation of Sensors of Wireless Alarms

Sensors of wireless alarms are easy to install and are able to provide effective security to the house and guard it against unwanted intruders.

Wireless alarms have gained a lot of popularity these days because they can provide security to any window or door that people want and the added fillip that’s achieved is that there is no need to string any wires to the control panel of the system.

Sensors of the wireless alarms that are found in the alarm kit can be installed in a straightforward manner, which is done in the same way for both windows and doors with only a slight difference. People will only need a few tools that are usually common to most households.


The windows and doors that have to be protected by the sensors of the wireless alarms should be chosen. If the house is large or there are lots of doors and windows, some additional sensors may be needed by homeowners apart from the ones that come with the kit.

A window that has to be protected should be raised until its halfway open. A sensing plate should be placed against the bottom of the window and wood screws should be used for screwing it in with the help of a screw driver. A sensor receiver plate should be placed on sill of the window.

The window should be closed so that the 2 plates can be lined up. Then the window should be raised. Wood screws should be used for screwing the sensor receiver plate and the window should then be closed.


The wireless alarm sensor receiver plate has a wireless transmitter attached to it, which should be turned around until the back is towards you. Use a screwdriver for removing the screw from the back.

The battery compartment lid on the back should be opened and a set of fresh batteries should be inserted in it. The lid should be closed and the screw should be reattached. The wireless transmitter should be placed at the side of the window, but caution should be exercised so that the wires connecting the plate and transmitter aren’t broken.

The transmitter should be screwed on the wall. A door that has to be protected should be opened halfway. A sensing plate should be placed against the bottom edge of the door and then screwed.


The door should be closed. A grease pencil should be used for drawing a line against the edge of the door frame and opposite of the sensor plate. The door should then be opened and a sensor plate of the wireless alarms should be lined on the inside of the frame within the line that’s drawn. The plate should then be screwed and the grease line should be cleaned. Batteries should be inserted in the wireless transmitter attached to the sensor plate and the transmitter should be placed on the wall.

This process should be done for all doors and windows and the sync button on the transmitter and control panel should be pressed to get the wireless alarms functioning.

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