Night Guard Home Surveillance System C3-RS-900LCD User Manual

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in the United States and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Iwata Electric Co., of
Tokyo, Japan. Iwata has been an industry leader for over 50 years, establishing
a reputation for ingenuity in its engineering capability and innovative
communication products. Auto Page and Iwata maintain a long tradition of
providing the best value to their customers.


The RS900 comes with two transmitters. The XT-90LCD is a 2-way transmitter
and receiver, also referred to as a transceiver. The XT-90S is a mini-size 1-way
transmitter. Both operate on the 915 MHz. with a code-rolling feature that will
prevent any illegal use of a code-grabber attempting to record and steal the
codes of your transmitter.



: This transmitter uses a standard 1.5-volt AAA battery.

Information on changing the battery can be found on page 5 of this manual.


This transmitter uses one (1) 3-volt lithium ion battery (#CR2032) that

is placed with the (+) side facing upward. To replace the battery, you will need
to use a small flat blade screwdriver and a small Philips screwdriver. Remove
the small Philips head screw. Then locate the small notch on the lower right side
of the transmitter case next to the key ring. Using the flat blade screwdriver,
carefully pry the top case from the bottom case. It should snap apart after
breaking the seal. Before removing the battery note the direction of the positive
(+) terminal. Place the new battery in exactly the same manner, being careful
not to bend or damage the contact terminal. Snap the cases back together and
then test the transmitter to insure it arms and disarms the alarm. Reinstall the
Philips screw to finalize the battery replacement.

XT-90S Extended Range Sliding Cover remote

CR2032 3-Volt Battery