The GRI DOOR ALERT/POOL ALARM uses a microprocessor to monitor the CLOSED LOOP magnetic reed switches, shunt/cancel button, battery and power supply voltages, and to provide the timing options. The re- cessed versions are designed to fit inside a single gang utility box, while the surface mount versions may easily be mounted to the wall of any structure.
The 289-1 and 289-2 versions offer a seven second delay in which an adult may open the protected door, shut it, and then press the shunt/ cancel button without the alarm sounding.
The 289-3 and 289-4 versions alarm instantly if the protected door is open before the shunt/cancel button is pressed.
All versions must be operated with a 12 volt externally supplied DC power source. An onboard 9 volt battery can be used, in which case the battery will perform a backup function should the externally supplied source fail for any reason. The GRI DOOR ALERT/POOL ALARM is designed to maintain a minimum sound pressure level.
ETL Tested To Be In Compliance With Standard for Safety
UL 2017, and Florida Building Commission Code
Requirements, Per ETL Listing Number 3035022
Exceeds Operational Requirements of Model Barrier Codes
Monitors Entry to Pool and Spa Areas
Instant On Or 7 Second Delay Models Available
Surface or Flush Mount Models
15 Second Adult Shunt
Built-in Back-up Battery Capable
Must Be Hard Wired To Remote 12 Volt maximum 500 mA Source or To Plug In Power Source.
Applied Voltage Must Not Exceed 15 VDC. Battery for Backup Only.
Name: GRI 289-4 Surface Mount Door Alert/Pool Alarm, Insant On, Closed Loop, ETL Listed, George Risk Industries, George Risk Industries
Category: George Risk Industries, Intrusion, Motion & Perimeter Sensors, Pool Alarms
- - GRI 289-4 Data & Specifications Sheet
- - Warranty Provided by Manufacturer
- - Allow 3-5 Days Before Shipping
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