GeoFOB - GeoAlarm Remote 4-Button Keyfob

GeoFOB - GeoAlarm Remote 4-Button Keyfob
GeoFOB - GeoAlarm Remote 4-Button Keyfob
List Price: $23.97
Your Price: $15.98

GeoFOB Product Description:

The GeoFOB is a battery-operated, remote 4-button keyfob that provides the user a convenient way to manage the GeoAlarm security system. The GeoFOB wireless handheld alarm sensor is small and lightweight enough to be carried on a keychain. The keyfob makes it easy for the user to arm and disarm the security system when entering or exiting your home or business.

When the GeoFOB panic button is pressed, the sensor will then transmit an SOS alarm notification to the GeoAlarm control panel (GeoCP), end-user, and/or AlarmClub central monitoring station informing everyone selected of an alarm initiating event.

Product Features:

  • Encrypted 433 MHz Wireless Sensor
  • Arm (Away Mode), Arm (Stay Mode), Disarm, SOS/Panic Alarm
  • Approximate wireless range of up to 100 ft. (e.g. metal, floors, and appliances may affect the range)
  • Compatible with GeoAlarm smart security and automation panel

GeoFOB Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 2.53 x 1.49 x 0.53 in. (64.26 x 37.85 x 13.46 mm)
  • Wireless Signal Range (Sub-GHz Distance): 250m - 300m (Open Area)
  • Sub GHz Modulation: OOK
  • Transmitter Frequency: 433 MHz
  • Encryption: Yes (1-way)
  • Mounting Options: N/A
  • Pairing Method: Button Trigger
  • LEDs: Yes (1 Action Indicator)
  • Button Actions: Away, Stay, Disarm, SOS
  • Battery Type: x1 CR2032 3.0v (220mAh)
  • Battery Life: 8 years (x30 per Day)
  • Power: 4mA
  • Operating Temperature: 32 and 120°F (0 and 49°C)
  • Operating Relative Humidity: 85% max
  • Weather Resistant: IPX4
  • Certifications: FCC, UL 1023, ULC 1023

GeoFOB Keyfob Setup:

Use the GeoCP Panel to Add and Setup the GeoFOB Keyfob:
1. Add the sensor to the panel.
2. Once added, test the sensor. Look at the panel, and then press Away/Stay. Notice that the panel begins to arm.

Note: Testing all 4-buttons with the AlarmClub alarm monitoring station is strongly advised.

GeoFOB Button Function:

The keyfob has 4 buttons. Once the keypad is added to the GeoCP panel, the buttons control the arming and disarming features of the panel.
  • Away: When tapping this button, the panel arms in Away Mode.
  • Stay: When tapping this button, the panel arms in Stay Mode.
  • Disarm: When tapping this button, the panel is Disarmed.
  • SOS: When simultaneously pressing two buttons (SOS + Away) within 2 seconds, the keyfob sends a panic notification to the GeoAlarm monitoring station.

GeoFOB Change Battery:

The GeoFOB keyfob requires a CR2032 battery. Once the battery is low, the panel displays a low battery icon next to the sensor in the devices list. The battery must be replaced within 7 days of the first low battery notification. If the battery is not replaced within 7 days, the sensor may not function properly. Warning, if an incompatible replacement battery is used, or the battery is installed incorrectly, explosion or damages may occur.

To Replace the Battery:

1. Verify that the GeoCP panel is not armed before changing the battery.
2. Flip the keyfob onto its face (buttons down), and locate the screw holding the casing together.
3. Use a screwdriver to loosen and remove the screw, setting it aside for resealing the sensor.
4. Slide a fingernail/fingertip into the keyfob's bottom slot (area with the keychain protruding), and then push the keyfob's back casing upward and away from the front of the keyfob. You can see the FCC label on the inside of the back casing. Note, the keychain will come lose in the process, be careful not to lose the keychain.
5. Hold the circuit board to the front casing. Note, Do not move the circuit board, if the board is moved it may result in improper button reporting.
6. Use a fingernail/fingertip to push the battery out of the casing, noting the polarity of the battery.
7. Slide a new CR2032 battery into the battery casing, making sure that the polarity is correct.
8. Place the keychain back onto the screw post, and then press the keyfob's backplate into place.
9. Place the screw into the screw hole, and then fasten the screw into the keyfob.
10. Test the keyfob.

GeoFOB Product Compatibility:

  • GeoCP (Part# GEO-CP)

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