2GIG STVGRL1-345 - Install Guide Dated 2018



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2GIG STVGRL1-345 - Stove & Grill Guard
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Stove & Grill Guard
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Copyright © 2018 Nortek Security & Control LLC
2GIG-STVGRL1-345

STOVE & GRILL GUARD
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The 2GIG® Stove & Grill Guard is a contact ON/OFF sensor that
alerts your security panel (and op
Ɵ
onally the smartphone with
Alarm.com) when the knob on a stove/grill is turned ON. It is
compa
Ɵ
ble with 2GIG security panels, including GC2, GC3, and
Vario. The Stove & Grill Guard is also compa
Ɵ
ble with select
Honeywell Vista panels.
INNER MARKS
KNOB STEM

SLEEVE
MAGNET

STOVE\GRILL
KNOB


SENSOR DISC

Contents
Verify the package contains the following:


One (1) sensor disc - with adhesive strips a
Ʃ
ached


Sleeves with magnets – 2 di
ff
erent sizes
Pre-Installation Checks
Perform the following checks to determine whether or not the
product will be a good
fi
t with your stove/grill:
1. Ensure the stove/grill faceplate surface around the knob is
fl
at. If screws are present around the knob stem, ensure the
following:


The screw head diameter is less than 0.4 inches


The screw head thickness is less than 0.12 inches


The sensor disc
fi
ts over screws and is concentric with the
stem
2. Ensure the hole on the faceplate around the stem is not large
enough for the sleeve to
fi
t through and go underneath the
faceplate. If possible, use a
fi
xture (e.g., a rubber grommet,
with adhesives, if needed) that grips
Ɵ
ghtly to the stem for
preven
Ɵ
ng the sleeve from going underneath the faceplate.
3. If a trim ring (or
fl
ange) is around the knob, ensure the


Inner diameter of the ring/
fl
ange is no smaller than 2.2
inches


Surface inside the ring is
fl
at
2.2”
TRIM RING/FLANGE
SENSOR DISC
>2.2”
4. Ensure the stem's maximum diameter of the cross sec
Ɵ
on is
between 0.25 - 0.38 inches and its length from the faceplate
surface upwards is at least 0.4 inches.
>0.4”
0.25-0.38”
FACEPLATE
SURFACE
5. If the knob post protrudes outside the bo
Ʃ
om of the knob,
ensure its thickness is less than 0.4 inches and does not
protrude more than 0.1 inches outside of bo
Ʃ
om of the knob.
SENSOR
DISC
If
<
2.2”
<
0.4”
<
0.1”
6. If the inside diameter of the knob is 2.2 inches or less, posi
Ɵ
on
the knob on the knob stem such that the bo
Ʃ
om of the knob
sits 0.35 inches above the faceplate. Check whether the knob
has enough engagement with the stem to stay stable and
fi
rmly installed. This helps determine if there is enough space
to push the knob down and turn the stove/grill ON or OFF a
Ō
er
the Stove & Grill Guard is installed.
If
<
2.2”
At least
0.35”
Check for stability.
Installation
1. Ensure the device (stove, grill, heater, etc.) is turned OFF. If
possible, also turn OFF the gas valve and/or the power source.
2. Remove the knob from the stove/grill.
3. Ensure the stove/grill surface around the knob area is clean.
4. Iden
Ɵ
fy the sleeve that best
fi
ts your knob stem, from the two
provided. The larger sleeve is for the Weber Genesis series
grills. The addi
Ɵ
onal sleeve is for other grills and stoves.
5.
DO NOT PEEL THE PROTECTIVE BACKING MATERIAL FROM THE
ADHESIVE STRIP ON THE SENSOR DISC. Place the sensor disc
on the knob stem area, and determine the ideal orienta
Ɵ
on of
the disc (which may be in
fl
uenced by the presence of screws).
Take note of the orienta
Ɵ
on of the inner marks on the sensor
(e.g., 12-o'clock with respect to stem), and put a temporary
mark on the faceplate to indicate the orienta
Ɵ
on.
INNER MARKS
SENSOR DISC
TEMPORARY MARK
6. Remove the sensor disc before installing the sleeve.
“.10”
7. Install the sleeve onto the knob stem with the cavity side
facing towards the faceplate. Ensure the marks on the sleeve
(which indicate the loca
Ɵ
on of the magnet) align with the mark
on the faceplate from the previous step. Be careful to posi
Ɵ
on
the bo
Ʃ
om of the sleeve 0.10 inches above the faceplate of
the stove/grill. (The sleeve must not be in contact with the
faceplate during normal opera
Ɵ
on.)
Note:
For the
Weber Genesis
grill, there is only one orienta
Ɵ
on
for installing the larger sleeve on the stem. Install the sleeve with
the
cavity facing outward
un
Ɵ
l
fi
rmly seated on the stem.
ADHESIVE
STRIPS
8. Remove the protec
Ɵ
ve backing material from each adhesive
strip on the sensor disc.
9. Align the inner marks on the sensor disc with the magnet
on the sleeve. ENSURE THE SLEEVE IS CENTERED INSIDE
THE HOLE OF THE SENSOR DISC, WITH THE TWO PARTS NOT
TOUCHING EACH OTHER. Mount the sensor disc to the stove/
grill face.
INNER MARKS
SENSOR DISC
INNER
MARKS
MAGNET
SLEEVE
10. Install the grill knob back onto the knob stem. If the inner
diameter of the knob is not bigger than the sensor disc, DO
NOT PUSH THE KNOB all the way in. It is important to leave
a 0.10-inch gap between the sensor disc and the bo
Ʃ
om of
the knob. The gap allows the knob to freely turn ON and OFF
following installa
Ɵ
on.
11. Use your panel to program the Stove & Grill Guard. 2
Copyright © 2018 Nortek Security & Control LLC
Programming the Device on the GC2/GC3 Panel
For GC2 and GC3 panels, program the Stove & Grill Guard on your
2GIG panel with the following parameters. (Please refer to your
panel’s quick programming guide for the actual steps.)
Sensor Type:
(23) No Response Type
Sensor Equipment Type: Contact
Equipment Code:
(0862) 2GIG Thin Door/Window Contact
1
Serial Number:
[Input the unique 7-digit TXID.]
2
Equipment Age:
New
Sensor Loop Number:
2
Dialer/Transmission Delay:
Enabled
Voice Descriptor:
GAS LEFT ON
3
Sensor Reports:
Enabled
Sensor Supervised:

Disabled
Sensor Chime:
[User-speci
fi
ed]
1
This is a provisional Equipment Code. A new category called
“Stove & Grill Guard” (or similar name) will be added in a future
GC2/GC3 panel update.
2
Alterna
Ɵ
vely, a Stove & Grill Guard can be automa
Ɵ
cally learned in.
3
This is a recommended voice descriptor. The user may de
fi
ne a
custom voice descriptor, as needed.
Programming the Device on the Vario Panel
For the Vario panel, a
Ō
er learning in
1
the Stove & Grill Guard, please
con
fi
gure the zone the Stove & Grill Guard is in with the following
parameters:
Zone Type:
Output Trigger
Zone Sound Armed Away:
Silent
Zone Sound Armed Stay: Silent
Zone Sound Disarmed: Chime or Silent
1
Alterna
Ɵ
vely, you can use the Vario TXID to manually enroll the
device.
Programming the Device on the Honeywell Vista Panel
For the Honeywell Vista panel,
fi
rst enroll the Stove & Grill Guard
into the panel as follows:


For Panel 15P, 20P or 50P, auto-enroll the device into the panel.
The LED will
fl
ash 6
Ɵ
mes to con
fi
rm the enrollment.


For Panel 10SE or 20SE, set the address to "00", then auto-enroll.
The LED will be solid green to con
fi
rm the enrollment.
Then program the panel as follows:
1. Enter [4-digit installer code], then [800], then [*56]. When the
screen displays "Set to Con
fi
rm?" press [*] bu
Ʃ
on.
2. When prompted by the screen to "Enter ZN Num" input a
chosen zone number (ZN) between 09 and 48, then press [*]
bu
Ʃ
on.
3. Type in the ZN to display the current zone summary on the
screen.
4. Enter the following parameters:


ZT (zone type): [10]


P (par
Ɵ

Ɵ
on): [1]


RC (report code): [01] then [0010]


IN (input device type): [RF Trans. 3]


Transmi
Ʃ
er Serial Number: [A] then [7-digit TXID]


Loop Number: [2]
5. Con
fi
rm the zone summary displays the parameters correctly.
Setting up E-mail Notification

Alarm.com Accounts Only
1. Navigate to
h
Ʃ
p://www.alarm.com
and click
LOGIN
.
2. Your systems dashboard page will appear. Select the Security tab
and click Sensors.
3. Iden
Ɵ
fy the new sensor you added. You can rename the
Sensor Name. When
fi
nished, click
Save
.
4. Click the
No
Ɵ

fi
ca
Ɵ
ons
tab, and then
+New No
Ɵ

fi
ca
Ɵ
on
bu
Ʃ
on to create a new event. The menu will appear with
the
Standard
tab open by default.
5. Click
Sensor Le
Ō
Open
. Add parameters. Also, click
+Add
Recipient
to add recipients associated with the no
Ɵ

fi
ca
Ɵ
on.
6. Click
Close
when names have been selected, then click
Save
No
Ɵ

fi
ca
Ɵ
on
.
Specifi
cations
• Signal Range: 100
Ō
. open-air from a 2GIG panel
• Transmission Frequency: 345 MHz
• Disc dimensions: 2.2” diameter, 0.21” thickness
• Opera
Ɵ
ng Temperature: 14°F to 167°F (-10°C to 75°C)
• Ba
Ʃ
ery Life: Up to 5 years
FCC & IC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada license
exempt standard(s). Opera
Ɵ
on is subject to the following two condi
Ɵ
ons:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
received that may cause undesired opera
Ɵ
on.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables
aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploita
Ɵ
on est autorisée aux deux
condi
Ɵ
ons suivantes:
(1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
(2) l’u
Ɵ
lisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi,
même si le brouillage est suscep
Ɵ
ble d’en comprome
Ʃ
re le fonc
Ɵ
onnement.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
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 protec
Ɵ
on against harmful interference in a residen
Ɵ
al
installa
Ɵ
on.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruc
Ɵ
ons may cause harmful
interference to radio communica
Ɵ
ons. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a par
Ɵ
cular installa
Ɵ
on. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television recep
Ɵ
on, which can be
determined by turning the equipment o
ff
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 separa
Ɵ
on between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit di
ff
erent from that to
which the receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician to help
WARNINGS:
• Changes or modi
fi
ca
Ɵ
ons not expressly approved by the manufacturer could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
• The Stove & Grill Guard is not intended as a life-safety device. It is not
intended to replace any other safety considera
Ɵ
ons.
Limited Warranty
This Nortek Security & Control product is warranted against defects in material
and workmanship for 12 months. Nortek Security & Control does not warrant
this product to consumers.
There are no obliga
Ɵ
ons or liabili
Ɵ
es on the part of Nortek Security & Control
for consequen
Ɵ
al damages arising out of or in connec
Ɵ
on with use or
performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of
property, revenue, or pro
fi
t, or cost of removal, installa
Ɵ
on, or reinstalla
Ɵ
on.
All implied warran
Ɵ
es for func
Ɵ
onality, are valid only un
Ɵ
l the warranty expires.
This Nortek Security & Control LLC Warranty is in lieu of all other warran
Ɵ
es
expressed or implied.
For technical support in the USA and Canada:
800.421.1587
Email: 2gigtechsupport@nortek.com
Visit www.nortekcontrol.com for technical support hours of opera
Ɵ
on
For technical support outside of the USA and Canada:
Contact your regional distributor
Visit dealer.2gig.com for a list of distributors in your region
Patent Pending.
2GIG® is a registered trademark of Nortek Security & Control LLC.
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