Find Iris products at www.Lowes.com for more helpful videos. This is the Wireless Indoor Siren. It can help supplement your Iris alarm system with significantly louder audible sound and a flashing light when an alarm is triggered. It has two sound levels, normal and loud which are set within the device its self. To start make sure your hub is in pairing mode. Next insert the batteries. Unscrew the back cover, insert the batteries and press the button between the batteries once, so that the device is in pairing mode. When your hub beeps, check the Iris website to make sure the device was paired. Screw the back cover back on, then install in its final location. Add extra security to your home with the Iris Siren. For more devices that can be paired with Iris visit www.Lowes.com Subscribe to Lowe’s YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: www.youtube.com Or head to our channel: www.youtube.com
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Use the power of the sun for security in any location with the Sunforce Solar Flashing Alarm System. This system provides an indoor passive infrared sensor (PIR) detector and an outdoor siren. When motion is detected, the siren will flash and sound up to 120 decibels. Watch this video and learn how simple it is to assemble and install this unit! To learn more, visit www.sunforceproducts.com or the official Sunforce Products Facebook Page.
I was testing the fire alarm system in our building and thought I would record it. When the burglar alarm goes off, the lights are steady and the siren sounds at a steady tone.
This test includes the following components: -Bosch D273TH Smoke Detector -System Sensor MHW Piezo-Horn -Honeywell/Ademco 6160 Keypad -Ademco Vista 10SE Control The MHW in the video is set to continuous loud (setting 3) and the panel is pulsing the 12 volt sounder circuit to code-3 (if there is a burglary condition, it is continuous). In addition to the piezo-horn, there is an outdoor siren that is disconnected to avoid annoying the neighbors.
Response Alarms Installing Solar Siren for more info please visit www.responseelectronics.com