Linear Glass Break Detector

Linear • Part #23011

Installation

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Documents and Downloads

Documents and Downloads

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where should I put my Glass Break Detector?

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    Since the sound of breaking glass travels straight out from the broken window, the best location for the sensor is the wall opposite the window, or the ceiling. Always mount your Glass Break Detectors using screws to avoid false alarms caused by falling equipment.

  • Where should I put my Glass Break Detector?

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    Since the sound of breaking glass travels straight out from the broken window, the best location for the sensor is the wall opposite the window, or the ceiling. Always mount your Glass Break Detectors using screws to avoid false alarms caused by falling equipment.


Operation

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is my Glass Break Detector armed 24 hours a day?

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    To guard against false alarms, your Glass Break Detector is only active when your system is armed for either stay or away.

  • What kinds of glass can the sensor protect?

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    The Glass Break Sensor can secure different varieties of glass including plate, tempered, and laminated glass. Ask one of our security experts for more information!

  • Is my Glass Break Detector armed 24 hours a day?

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    To guard against false alarms, your Glass Break Detector is only active when your system is armed for either stay or away.

  • What kinds of glass can the sensor protect?

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    The Glass Break Sensor can secure different varieties of glass including plate, tempered, and laminated glass. Ask one of our security experts for more information!

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