Wireless Water Alert
Model WA-434RTL
1. INTRODUCTION
2. PROGRAMMING (CONT)
The Wireless Water Alert is designed to detect water overflow, water
leakage, or rising water, such as the water level of your bathtub. When
water is detected, the receiver will flash along with alert beeping or alarm.
Test Sensor
After learning the sensor to the receiver, you may test the communication
by placing the sensor into the water and removing it from the water.
In this package, you should find a water sensor, a Household Alert®
receiver, an adapter, 3V lithium battery (installed) and other mounting
accessories.
When the sensor is not in the water, the
receiver will not beep.
When the sensor is in the water, the receiver
will beep and zone LED will flash.
Adapter
Mounting
Accessories
Water Sensor
Household Alert®
Long Range Receiver
Please follow the instructions below to setup your water sensor and
the receiver.
2. PROGRAMMING
The sensor must be programmed to the Household Alert® Long Range
Receiver before they can communication. You may program the sensor
to one of the 4 zones. Follow the instructions below:
1. Plug in an AC adapter to the receiver.
2. The green LED will be on indicating it is turned on.
3. Open the back cover and there is a learn button. Press and hold this
learn button for 5 seconds, until both green LED and zone 1 red LED
flash. You may now release the learn button.
4. If you would like to program the sensor to zone 1, activate the
sensor while the zone 1 red LED is flashing. Activate the Water
Sensor by placing the sensor portion into the water.
5. If you would like to program the sensor to other zones, press the
learn button again, until the red LED flashes at the zone you want to
program the sensor to, then activate the sensor.
6. Once the sensor is programmed, the green LED will be steadily on
and none of the red zone LEDs will be on.
1) Zone LED of this sensor will flash
2) Beeping according to the zone number [Alert Notification Switch is set
to "Alert"]. 1 beep for zone 1, 2 beeps for zone 2 etc, until the sensor
is removed from water.
Erasing a sensor
You cannot erase a specific sensor. You must erase all sensors from
the receiver, then program the ones you would like to keep. To erase
all the sensors from the receiver:
1. Remove the adapter from the receiver.
2. Open the back cover, press and hold the learn button. Do not
release the learn button until step 4.
3. While holding onto the learn button, plug in the adapter to the receiver.
4. You may release the learn button when the LEDs on the receiver are on.
5. You have erased all sensors from the receiver.
3. INSTALLATION
A clean smooth surface is required to mount the water sensor securely.
Mount the transmitter portion and sensor portion to the appropriate
location with double sided foam tape respectively.
Always mount the transmitter
portion at least 6 inches
above the sensor portion.
Plug in the adapter to the receiver
Rough
surface
If the mounting surface is not
smooth or clean enough for the
doubled sided tape, you may
screw the plastic plate onto the
surface, which then provides a
smooth & clean surface for the
double sided tape.
Water
Sensor
Plastic plate
with screws
Double sided
tape
Sensor portion being submerged
into the water, Receiver zone LED
stops flashing.
Learn Button
Transmitter
portion
Note: The transmitter
portion should never be
submerged in water.
Sensor
portion
Testing:
Note: Each zone can program up to 4 sensors. If you try to program a
fifth sensor into a zone, the first programmed sensor will be erased.
After mounting the sensor, test the sensor by placing it into the water
and removing it from the water. The Receiver should respond in the
same way as described above.
4. OPERATION
There are 3 different operating modes for the Household Alert® Long
Range Receiver.
1) Alert - Beeps when a sensor is activated, corresponding zone LED
will also flash.
2) Alarm - Sounds an alarm when a sensor is activated, corresponding
zone LED will also flash.
3) Off - No audio sound will be emitted when sensor is activated.
Zone LED will flash to indicate the activated sensor.
To select the operating mode, place the
slide switch on the side at the desired setting:
OFF - No Audio
ALERT - Alert Mode
ALARM - Alarm Mode
5. LOSS OF SIGNAL INDICATION
When the battery level on the sensor drops to a certain level, or the
sensor is out of the operating range, the receiver will show a “loss of
signal” indication. The red LED representing that zone will flash rapidly,
i.e. if zone 1 sensor is lost, the zone 1 red LED will flash rapidly.
When the loss of signal indication occurs, move the receiver closer to the
corresponding sensor and trigger that sensor. If the red LED stops flashing rapidly, that means the receiver or sensor needs to be relocated. If the
“loss of signal” indication persists, replace the battery of that sensor.
6. OTHER HOUSEHOLD ALERT® SENSORS
The Household Alert® Long Range Receiver can work with up to 4
different sensors: garage door monitor sensor, door / window sensor,
water sensor, indoor/outdoor motion sensor, etc. Please visit
www.skylinkhome.com or contact us at support@skylinkhome.com for
more information of how to fully utilize your Wireless Water Alert.
7. FCC
Operation
Alert
When the sensor portion detects water overflow, water leakage, or
rising water, the sensor will send a signal to the receiver. It will beep
and the corresponding zone red LED will flash for 15 seconds.
If the sensor is set to zone 1, zone 1 red LED on the receiver will flash,
and the receiver will emit a continuous “single beep”, i.e. “beep” pause,
“beep”, pause….. etc.
If the sensor is set to zone 4, zone 4 red LED will flash, and the receiver
will emit a continuous “4 beeps”, i.e. “beep beep beep beep” pause
“beep beep beep beep” pause ……etc.
By the number of beeps emitted by the receiver, user can identify which
zone is triggered.
Mute
When a sensor is triggered for a long period of time, you may stop the
buzzer by pressing the mute button. When another signal comes again,
you can disable the buzzer for all currently activated sensors by pressing
the mute button. The receive will beep again if it receives another signal.
For instance, if you are working in your
bathtub, you may want to disable the
buzzer for this only. Then you can
press the “Mute” button after it starts to
sound. If any other sensor is triggered,
the receiver will sound again.
Alarm
When the receiver is in Alarm operation mode, it will sound its siren
when a sensor is activated. The maximum alarm duration is set for 3
minutes. To terminate the siren during the 3-min interval, press the mute
button. Although the alarm siren is terminated, if that sensor is still
activated, its corresponding LED will continue to flash.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
WARNING:
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment dose cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
8. WARRANTY
If, within one year from date of purchase, this product should become defective
(except battery), due to faulty workmanship or materials, it will be repaired or
replaced, without charge. Proof of purchase and a Return Authorization are required.
9. CUSTOMER SERVICE
If you would like to order Skylink’s products or have difficulty getting them to
work or download information and user manual, please :
1. visit our FAQ section at www.skylinkhome.com, or
2. email us at support@skylinkhome.com, or
3. call our toll free at 1-800-304-1187 from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST.
Fax (800) 286-1320
Note: This audio siren is not intended to prevent intruder break-in, it is
rather an alert signal indicating a sensor is activated. Therefore,
turning off the siren does not require specific password.
Off
No audio will be emitted even sensor is activated. Only zone LED will flash.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
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