Fishalarm G1

Fishalarm G1

New and wireless

  • The device is placed on the bar at a low point for quick extraction and installation.
  • The mechanism works very well and horizontally and in a vertical position.
  • Low-consumption design, which makes it can work long time.
  • Remote control operation makes it easy to operate.
  • 10 levels vibration sensitivity adjustment.
  • Low battery indicator when blinking every second or device.
  • 65 -105dB ultra-loud alarm design.
  • Alarm and bell function for your option.
  • Installation with magnets.
 
Specifications:
Alarm volume: 65 -105dB
Frequency: 433MHZ Scope control 25 meters
Working environment temperature: -10 ~ 60 ° C
Host battery: 2*AAA(included)
Remote Control battery: 12V 27A alkaline battery(included)
Item Size: Approx. 8.5*4.2*1.5cm/3.3*1.7*0.6in
Item weight: Approx. 35g
(Guarantee of one year)
Button (1)  Turn on device ,alarm 3 to 30 seconds
Button (2) disables device
Button (3) Direct device search
Button (4) turns on the device for 3 seconds
 
Adjust sensitivity
in order to adapt to different installation situation,the host is designed 10 levels of sensitivity.Please set the appropriate level according to different occaasions,the factory default highest sensitivity (the first level) Setting the sensitivity you can do the followiing operations:
1) Press and hold the DISARM key ( 2 ) of the remote control (lgnore the prompt tone),about 3 seconds the remote control' s LED  tums off and lights up again 3 seconds, then release the DISARM key ( 4 ) and press the Leam Code key  to adjust the sensitity level.
2) When it' s in the highest sensitivity the host will sound a long "Bi......" , and then press the Leam Code key once the sensitivity level tums up to the second level and the host sound a short "Bi..." and so on.When it' s in the tenth level,it press one more time it tums to the first level.Please pay attention to find the first level' s prompt tone and the adjective times is the corresponding level, the higher the level the less sensitive.

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