The PG9945 Wireless PowerG Door/Window Contact with Auxiliary Input is installed on common intrusions points such as windows and doors to provide perimeter protection of the premise. The PG9945 is designed to communicate with the security system to report openings and closings of doors & windows. Known for its versatility and reliability, the PG9945 is an easy to install device ideal for a wide range of environments.
The PG9945 PowerG Door/Window Contact is equipped with a visible link quality LED indicator on the contact that lets the installer choose the optimal location for installation, eliminating the effort of going back and forth to the keypad. Additionally, device configuration is quick and easy with no hardware switches or need to re-open devices. All device configuration settings are handled on the system keypad.
Selectable operation of auxiliary input as NO, NC or EOL supervision
Visible link quality indicator shown on device
Case and wall tamper
Available in either white (PG9945) or brown (PG9945BR) to blend into any décor
User-selectable operation of auxiliary input as NC or EOL
Prolonged battery life (8 years with typical use)
Back tamper switch options
Dimensions: 81 x 32 x 25mm (3.19 x 1.25 x 1in)
Certified with ULC Wireless Commercial Burglary Listing under ULC-S304-16 Standard - an industry first in Canada
Name: DSC PG9945 PowerG Wireless Door and Window Contact with Auxiliary Input, White, Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Alarm Contacts, Magnetic Contact Transmitters
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