Wireless Door Sensors and Window Alarm Sensors Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Enroll a VERSA-GE Sensor With a Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus?
The VERSA-GE Contacts are enrolled with the 319.5 MHz IQ2+ by putting the system into auto-enrollment mode and opening the device's tamper cover. Learn to enroll a VERSA-GE.
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How Do I Remove an Alarm Sensor from My Door?
Alarm door sensors are very easy to remove. You just have to delete the zone programming, disconnect the wires and remove the sensor and magnet. Learn to remove door sensors.
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How Do I Remove an Alarm Sensor from a Door or Window?
Many users will want to remove an alarm sensor from a door or window to use it in a new location. This process is fairly easy. Find out how to remove door and window contacts.
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Are Door and Window Contacts Tamper Proof?
Most door and window contacts have protections put in place to prevent intruders or other people from tampering with them. Find out how door and window contacts are tamper proof.
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What Is the Max Number of Door/Window Sensors I Can Add to a Wireless Alarm System?
Each door and window sensor takes up a zone on a system. If you run out of zones, then you cannot add a new sensor. Find out how many sensors you can add to your system.
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Where Do I Install a Sensor Contact on a Door?
The best place to install a contact is on a door frame. The magnet should be installed on the moving part of the door, within a half-inch of the sensor. Learn about door contacts.
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How Do I Install a Wireless Door Sensor on a Sliding Patio Door?
On a sliding door, the magnet and sensor should be aligned so that they separate whenever the door is slid opened. Learn how to install a door sensor on a sliding door.
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How Do You Delete a Honeywell Wireless Device?
First, enter zone programming. Next, set the zone type to "Not Used". Finally, confirm you want to delete the zone. Learn how to delete a wireless device from the system.
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How Do I Default a Honeywell SiXCT?
Honeywell SiX Series Sensors, like the SiXCT, can be defaulted so that they can be learned in with a new Lyric System. Find out how to default a Honeywell SiXCT Contact.
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Can I Use Door/Window Sensors on a Qolsys IQ Panel 2?
The standard daughterboard for the IQ Panel 2 will accept sensors that communicate at the 319.5 MHz frequency. This includes any door and window sensors. If a different daughterboard is added, the sensors will need to operate at a different frequency. Learn more about the Qolsys IQ Panel 2.
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