Open - Close. On - Off.
The clever Open/Close Sensor wirelessly controls INSTEON enabled lights, appliances or scenes throughout your home, it is activated when things… well… open and close.
How it works
When magnetic contact is broken, such as a door or window being opened, Open/Close Sensor is activated.
It can do things like turn on lights, set the thermostat to its comfort setting or trigger an INSTEON scene.
Add open/close sensing to anything that opens or closes in a matter of minutes. It can then turn on or off INSTEON enabled lights, appliances or scenes.
The INSTEON Open/Close Sensor has an amazing wireless range. The strong RF wireless signal even works through walls, floors and ceilings.
INSTEON Open/Close Sensor’s status LED will double-flash after activation (even if LED is disabled), to let you know it’s time to change the AA battery.
|Name||INSTEON Open/Close Sensor|
|Product Manual||INSTEON Open Close Sensor (IN2843-522) Product Manual|
|Warranty||24 Months (+ Free 12 month extended warranty)|
|Product Name:||INSTEON Door/Window Sensor|
|Regions:||Australia and New Zealand|
|In the box:||INSTEON Door/Window Sensor|
|INSTEON Addresses:||1 hard-coded out of 16,777,216 possible|
|INSTEON Device Category:||0x10|
|INSTEON Device Subcategory:||0x02|
|Frequency RF:||921MHz ISM Band|
|RF Range:||45m +|
|Status LED:||Green. Blinks on activation|
|Sense Modes:||Jumper Installed: Open = Group 1 On, Closed = Group 1 Off; Jumper Uninstalled: Open = Group 1 On (or off), Closed = Group 2 On (or Off)|
|Aux. Sensor Input:||Senses contact closure|
|Aux. Sensor Input Wire:||>= 20 gauge wire|
|Setup Memory:||Non-volatile EEPROM|
|Operational Gap:||1/2" between magnet and main case|
|Casing:||UV stabalized plastic (INSTEON White)|
|Operating Conditions:||Indoors, 0° C to 40° F, up to 85% relative humidity|
|Dimensions:||Main: 34mm W x 88mm H x 19mm D, Magnet: 14mm W x 58mm H x 11mm D|
|Power:||1 AA Alkaline Battery (included)|
|Battery Life:||6 months (w/ 2 links @ 50 activations per day)|
|Certification:||Approved for use in Australia and New Zealand|