Setup and reset

Get started, place, scan, configure and reset

Areas of use

Expand the alarm system with a loud siren (95 dB). The siren has a built-in backup battery in case of power failure or that the device should be removed from the wall socket. You can have multiple sirens in your smart home. All sirens connected to Wattle are connected in series which means that alarm-sound will be coming from all sirens.

Instructions

Get started with Siren

Step 1. Place the siren into a power outlet.

Step 2. Press and hold the button, release when it blinks once.

Scan for Siren

Step 1. Open the Wattle app and search for a new device. (Settings–> Manage devices)

Step 2. Choose configure when siren displays in the scan.

Configure Siren

Step 1. Set a device name

Step 2. Add the device to a room.

Select the room you want from the list or add a new room.

Settings for: Siren

Usage Defaults to security.

Step 3. Choose Apply when satisfied with configuration

 

Resetting Siren

Step 1. Press and hold the button. Hold for approx. 10 seconds.

Step 2. Release the button when the LED flashes red once.

Step 3. The device is now ready to connect to a gateway.

Backup battery

Battery life about 17 hours.
Ni-MH AAA Battery x 4.
* Note: Actual battery life may vary with product settings, operating environment, and usage.

Troubleshoot

The siren is not detected during scanning – follow the reset routine and try to scan again after the device.

If the signal is weak or bad, change the location on the siren or gateway. Perhaps use a Zigbee signal amplifier between the siren and gateway.

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