2GIG PANIC1-345 Panic Button User Manual

Panic button remote, Installation & mounting guidelines programming, Testing

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Panic Button Remote


The 2GIG-PANIC1-345 panic button remote was designed to transmit an emergency signal from
any location within the range of the alarm system. Signals from the button will be transmitted

whether the system is armed or disarmed.

The button is small and lightweight enough to be placed in a shirt pocket or tucked away inside

a purse. It can also be used with the supplied wristband, lanyard, car-visor clip, or belt clip. It
can also be permanently mounted to a convenient location.

To activate, press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds. The LED located on the top
of the unit will light up for approximately 1 second to confirm a signal has been sent.

NOTE: Signals will not be received if the button is not within range of the control panel.

Installation & Mounting Guidelines


This device is supervised. If the unit is removed from the coverage range, then a trouble will be indicated on the

system. If this is not desired, the supervisory option for this zone must be disabled on the 2GIG alarm control

panel. For more details, refer to the

2GIG Installation & Programming Instructions for the details on enrolling

wireless devices and disabling supervision.

Program the 2GIG-PANIC1-345 using the 6-digit number located on the device.

For ETL listed installations the supervisory bit in the 2GIG alarm control panel must be enabled.



Put the control panel into sensor test mode.


Press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds. The LED located on the top of the unit will light up
for approximately 1 second to confirm a signal has been sent.


Listen for siren or keypad beeps to determine appropriate response (refer to the control panel installation


Exit sensor test mode.

Note: It is recommended that a system test be performed per the Operation & User’s Guide at least once a year.

Battery Assembly & Replacement

Under normal conditions the battery can last up to 2 years. If the battery is low the trouble notification will be indicated on the

control panel’s screen. Use only the recommended replacement batteries (see


To install or replace the battery, do the following:


Remove the top cover by inserting a small flathead screwdriver into the slot located on

the bottom right corner and twist.


Place a small flathead screwdriver in the slot between the metal clip (see

Figure 5) and

the battery and twist the screwdriver slightly while holding back one of the black plastic

edges holding the battery.


Insert the replacement battery with the + sign facing out (see

Figure 5).


If the circuit board is removed, ensure the LED is aligned with its hole.


Verify programming and RF communication with the panel (see


WARNING! The polarity of the battery must be observed, as shown (see

Figure 5).

Improper handling of lithium batteries may result in heat generation, explosion or
fire, which may lead to personal injuries. Replace only with the same or equivalent

type of battery as recommended by the manufacturer. (see


Batteries must not be recharged, disassembled or disposed of in fire. Disposal of
used batteries must be made in accordance with the waste recovery and recycling regulations in your area.

Keep away from small children. If batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor.

California Only: This Perchlorate warning applies only to Manganese Dioxide Lithium cells sold or distributed ONLY in California,

USA. Perchlorate Material-special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.


Wireless Signal Range

350 ft., open air, with 2GIG Wireless Alarm Control Panel

Code Outputs

Alarm; Supervisory; Low Battery

Transmitter Frequency

345.000 MHz (crystal controlled)

Transmitter Frequency Tolerance

± 15 kHz

Transmitter Bandwidth

24 kHz

Modulation Type

Amplitude Shift Keying—On/Off Keying (ASK-OOK)

Unique ID Codes

Over one (1) million different code combinations

Supervisory Interval

70 minutes

Peak Field Strength

Typical 36,000 uV/m at 3m


Red (when activated)

Dimensions (LxWxH)

1.65 x 1.20 x 0.50 in. (4.19 x 3.05 x 1.27 cm)

Weight (including battery)

0.45 oz. (12.8 g)

Housing Material

ABS plastic


White with grey button

Operating Temperature

32° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)

Relative Humidity

Water resistant

Battery (included, not installed)

One (1) Panasonic CR2032, or equivalent Lithium battery

Regulatory Listing(s)

ETL, FCC Part 15, Industry Canada


Two (2) years

Included Accessories

Lanyard, wristband, belt clip, multi-functional clip, wall mount


This device complies with FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 15 devices, as well as Industry Canada Rules and Regulations.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Note: Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance.


Industry Canada ID: 7794A-PAN1345

*For more warranty and compliance information, visit our website (www.2gig.com).

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Operating Instructions

Technical Support:



187-0735 Rev. B

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