Turn back plate counter clockwise and remove. Then open the battery cover, insert the batteries (3 x model AA) and close.
The LED will flash Red for about 8 minutes while the device performs auto calibration. It will beep twice when is ready.
Hit the button in the Ozom App to set the Hub into search mode.
This icon indicates the Hub is search mode for two minutes:
Press and hold the round button for 10 seconds, release the button upon hearing two short beeps.
It may take some time (up to a few minutes) before the OZOM App connects with the device. The process is finished once you see the device tile in the App dashboard.
Rename device: Click the gear icon in the device tile and then select the ... icon to access the menu.
Installation: Before installing the device in its final position test that it is within the Hub's range. To perform the test click the gear icon in the tile and then select the ... icon to ping the device. If the device is within range the LED will flash.
If the device is out of range move it to a location closer to the Hub or install a ZigBee repeater so the system's range can reach your desired location for the device.
If adding is not succesful, the device might need to be reset to its default settings. To reset please press and hold the round button for 10 seconds until the device beeps twice.
Then try again, starting from Step 2.
Smoke Detection The Smoke Detector will be activated whenever the smoke concentration exceeds the detection threshold. After activation, the Smoke Detector will transmit signal to the Hub and raise alarm with its built in buzzer for 10 seconds. The LED Indicator will flash quickly. The Smoke Detector will check smoke concentration every 10 seconds, if the smoke concentration still exceeds detection threshold after 10 seconds, the buzzer will continue to sound alarm and the LED will continue to flash. If the smoke concentration remains above the detection threshold, the Smoke Detector will continue to send the alarm signal every 2 minutes. If the smoke concentration drops below detection threshold, the Smoke Detector will stop alarming and transmit a restore signal.
Alarm Silence When the Smoke Detector is alarming, you can press the round button once on Smoke Detector to enter Alarm Silence mode for 10 minutes. Under Alarm Silence mode, the Smoke Detector will not sound alarm; the LED Indicator will flash every second to indicate it is under Alarm Silence mode. After 10 minutes, if the smoke concentration still exceeds detection threshold, the Smoke Detector will raise alarm and send alarm signal again.
Recalibration The Smoke Detector will automatically calibrate its sensor every time when power is applied to ensure optimal smoke sensitivity. After installation, the operation condition of the Smoke Detector may vary after some time, which may affects its smoke detection function. As a result, the user may need to recalibrate the sensor occasionally maintain its effective working condition. To recalibrate the Smoke Detector: 1. Press and hold the function button for 20 seconds. 2. The Smoke Detector will emit 2 short beeps at after 10 seconds and 3 short beeps after 20 seconds. Keep holding the function button and release until you hear the 3 short beeps after 20 seconds. 3. The Smoke Detector will enter calibration process, the LED Indicator will flash every second. 4. After the Smoke Detector finishes recalibration, it will emit five quick beeps to indicate. The LED will turn off.
Battery and Low Battery Detection The Smoke Detector uses three 1.5 V Alkaline battery as its power source. The batteries are included in the package. The Smoke Detector feature Low Battery Detection function. When the battery voltage is low, the Smoke Detector will transmit Low Battery signal to the Hub and a warning icon will be displayed in the App. When changing batteries, after removing the old batteries, press the Function Button twice to fully discharge before inserting new batteries.