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tattletale Wireless Door/Window Sensor. The door/window sensor requires a tattletale base unit to operate.
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tattletale

Wireless Door/Window Sensor. The door/window sensor requires a tattletale base unit to operate.

$29.95 /each

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Product Overview

The tattletale Door/Window transmitter is a supervised wireless contact that works with the tattletale Home Unit. With its chime feature you can be alerted whenever a door is opened. Its small and simple design help make installation a quick and easy process. The door/window sensor requires a tattletale base unit to operate.

  • Syncing to tattletale home unit is simple with the included instructions
  • Wirelessly protect your homes perimeter
  • Powered by a CR2032 lithium battery
  • Average battery life is 7-10 years under normal conditions

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Can you disengage the alarms when you don't want to use during times of day

Asked by: Sue
Yes, you can disengage the alarms for use.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-01-29
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