Alarm.com ADC-S2000-T - Install Guide



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Alarm.com Temperature Sensor - Installation Guide
Box contents:

Temperature Sensor

CR123 Battery

Nail

Double-sided Adhesive Tape
Installation
For optimal performance, install the Temperature Sensor approximately 5 feet above the floor of an interior wall. Avoid
installing the Temperature Sensor on an exterior wall, in areas that are close to heating or cooling vents, and areas that
are exposed to direct sunlight. The Temperature Sensor is designed for indoor use only.
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1 To install the Temperature Sensor:
1.
Remove the battery tab from the Temperature Sensor.
2.
Mount the Temperature Sensor on the wall using the nail or double-sided adhesive tape provided.
Add
the Temperature Sensor to the Z-Wave network
To enroll the ADC-S2000-T (Gen 2) as a SmartStart device:
It is recommended to enroll this device as a SmartStart device to
eliminate
the need to put Z-Wave controllers into Add
Mode
or to trigger devices (as is the case when enrolling non-SmartStart S2 devices).
For information about SmartStart compatibility and the enrollment process, see
Add or remove a Z-Wave SmartStart-
enabled device
.
To enroll the ADC-S2000-T (Gen 2) as an S2 device:
If your Z-Wave controller is not SmartStart-compatible, it is recommended to enroll this device as an S2 device for
enhanced security and encryption features.
For information about this process, see
Add an S2-encrypted Z-Wave Device
.
To enroll the
ADC-S2000-T-RB (Gen 1) or the
ADC-S2000-T
(Gen 2) as an S0 device:
1.
Install the Z-Wave controller.
2.
Place all other Z-Wave devices in their final locations.
3.
If installing other Z-Wave devices, make sure to install and add them to the network first. After
all other Z-Wave
devices
have been added to the network:
a.
Run a Network Rediscovery.
b.
Verify that the Link Quality for all devices is good.
4.
Ensure the panel and the
Temperature Sensors are in their final locations.
5.
Log into the Partner Portal or MobileTech app.
6.
Find the customer account.
7.
Put the Z-Wave controller into Add Mode:

To put the panel into Add Mode using the Partner Portal:
a.
Click
Equipment
.
b.
Click
Z-Wave Devices
.
c.
In
Manage Devices
, click
Add a Z-Wave Device
.

To put the Z-Wave controller into Add Mode using the MobileTech app:
a.
Tap
Equipment
.
b.
Tap
Z-Wave Devices
.
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2 c.
Tap
Z-Wave Actions
.
d.
Tap
Add
Z-Wave Devices
.
8.
Wait for the bolded message,
Checking for new devices on the network.
9.
Once the Z-Wave controller is in Add Mode, press
on the Temperature Sensor to add it to the Z-Wave
network. The light on the Temperature Sensor will turn solid white when it has been successfully added.
The
device will also appear on the Partner Portal or MobileTech app.
10.
Once the Temperature Sensor has been added, see
Alarm.com Temperature Sensor - User Guide
for information
about using it with a Smart Thermostat.
Troubleshooting
If the preceding steps do not successfully enroll the Temperature Sensor, try the following steps.
Remove and re-enroll the Temperature Sensor
Note
: For best results, place the device being deleted
and panel in the same room. For information about deactivating
removing a Device Specific Key (DSK), see
Deactivate and remove a Device Specific Key (DSK)
.
1.
Log into the Partner Portal or MobileTech app.
2.
Find the customer account.
3.
Put the panel into Delete Mode:

To put the panel into Delete Mode using the Partner Portal:
a.
Click
Equipment
.
b.
Click
Z-Wave
Devices
.
c.
In
Manage Devices
, click
Delete a Z-Wave Device
.

To put the panel into Delete Mode using the MobileTech app:
a.
Tap
Equipment
.
b.
Tap
Z-Wave Devices
.
c.
Tap
Z-Wave Actions
.
d.
Tap
Delete Z-Wave Devices
.
4.
Wait for the bolded message,
Checking for deleted devices on the network
.
5.
Once the panel is in Delete Mode, press the
on the Temperature Sensor to delete it from the Z-Wave network.
The light on the Temperature Sensor will start flashing to indicate it has been successfully deleted.
Confirmation
will also appear on the Partner Portal or MobileTech.
6.
The Temperature Sensor can now be enrolled again following the steps in
Add the Temperature Sensor to the Z-
Wave network
.
Verify compatibility
Verify
the
Temperature Sensor is compatible with the system it is being enrolled into. For a compatibility list, see
Which
panels/modules are compatible with the Alarm.com Temperature Sensor?
.
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3 Improve Z-Wave communication
1.
Add a Z-Wave repeater
to the network. For more information about Z-Wave repeaters, see
What is a Z-Wave
repeater?
.
2.
Place the Z-Wave repeater
between the Temperature Sensor and the closest Z-Wave device.
3.
Run a network rediscovery.
4.
The Temperature Sensor can be enrolled
following the steps in
Add the Temperature Sensor to the Z-Wave
network
.
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