2GIG SMTK3_345 User Manual
Wireless smoke/heat/freeze alarm, Install instructions, Box contents
WIRELESS SMOKE/HEAT/FREEZE ALARM
FCC ID: ZFH‐SMKT3345
Industry Canada ID: 9640A‐SMKT3345
2GIG’s Wireless Smoke/Heat/Freeze Alarm is a 3xAAA battery‐powered wireless alarm intended
for use in a 2GIG system. The alarm has a built‐in wireless transmitter, which communicates
with the 2GIG Control Panel. When smoke, excessive heat or cold is detected, the alarm sounds
a loud local alarm and the built‐in transmitter sends a signal to the Control Panel. This alarm is
designed to provide protection within a 35‐foot radius of the unit. The 2GIG‐SMTK3‐345 can
send alarm, tamper and battery condition messages to the Control Panel.
Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm
Pack of screws and fixings
3 AAA Energizer E92 batteries (1.5 V1100mAh) or equivalent
The Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm contains a sounder that generates the ASHI s3.41 temporal 3
pattern in an alarm condition.
In alarm, a message is also sent to the Control Panel and the alarm’s zone type and name are
displayed at the panel. During an alarm condition, pressing the alarm’s hush button silences the
sounder. Tricolored LED (red, yellow, green) and a sounder on the alarm provide local visual and
audible indication of the alarm’s status.
After power‐up has completed and the alarm is functioning normally, the green LED blinks every 12
Alarm Trouble: When the alarm has a general fault, the yellow LED blinks once every four seconds
and there is a chirp every 48 seconds. After 4 hours the 2GIG Control Panel displays a loss of
Alarm Dirty Feature: When the alarm has been contaminated, the yellow LED blinks once every 8
seconds and there is a chirp every 48 seconds. After 4 hours the 2GIG Control Panel displays a loss
of supervision message.
Low Battery Detection: The Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm is powered by 3 AAA batteries. The alarm
regularly checks for a low battery. If a low battery is detected, the transmitter sends a low battery
message to the 2GIG Control Panel, that displays the alarm’s ID at low battery. In addition, the
yellow LED of the alarm blinks every 12 seconds. The alarm’s sounder chirps every 48 seconds
(yellow LED continues to blink) until the batteries are replaced. Pressing the hush button silences
the chirping for 12 hours if no other trouble conditions exist. Replace the batteries when the
chirping begins. Replace the old batteries with new ones.
If you are experiencing low battery issues, check to make sure that you have the correct batteries
installed (3 AAA Energizer E92).
Inserting and Replacing Batteries
Remove the alarm from its base by twisting the it counter‐clockwise. Remove and dispose of
the batteries according to your local regulations.
2. To ensure proper power‐down sequence, wait a minimum of 20 seconds before
inserting new batteries.
3. Insert 3 AAA Energizer E92 batteries in the battery compartment. Follow the polarity diagram
inside the compartment. If the batteries are inserted incorrectly, remove gently with a non‐
conductive tool and correctly reinsert.
4. Reinstall the alarm onto the mounting base by turning the alarm clockwise until the mating
5. After the power‐up sequence, the green LED should blink about once every 12 seconds to
indicate normal operation. If the batteries are not inserted correctly, the alarm will not operate
and the batteries may be damaged. If the alarm does not power‐up, check for correct battery
insertion and for fully charged batteries.
Constant exposure to high humidity may reduce battery life.
The following steps describe general guidelines for programming (learning) the Wireless
Smoke/Heat Alarm (2GIG‐SMKT3‐345) into the 2GIG Control Panel. Scroll between options
using the ← and → arrows. Move to the previous or next prompt by pressing the ↑ and ↓
arrows. For more details regarding how to program the Control Panel, refer to the 2GIG
Control Panel Install Guide.
1. Select RF sensor #(01 to 48). Assign the Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm to a new zone.
2. Select RF sensor type.
(09) 24‐hour fire (recommended for smoke and fire)
(16) 24‐hour fire with verification (optional)
(23) no response type (optional with freeze)
3. Select RF equipment type.
4. Select RF sensor equipment code. Enter 1058 for the SMKT3‐345 2GIG Smoke/Heat Alarm.
5. Enter RF sensor serial number (7 digits).
Manual Entry: Type in the last 7 digits of the TX ID that is found outside the box or on the
bottom of the head unit by removing the base.
Auto Entry: With the panel in Learn‐in mode (press Shift then Learn) cause a tamper on the
alarm by twisting the base unit counter‐clockwise and removing it. The correct TX ID should
appear. Accept the correct TX ID by pressing ok.
Remember to press the ↓ arrow to continue through the system configuration prompts.
6. Select RF sensor equipment age.
(0) new (product is new)
(1) existing (product already exists).
7. Select RF sensor loop number. Select which loop you would like to set up.
NOTE: Each loop must be setup as a different zone. If you want to utilize all three features
(smoke, heat, freeze) you will need to setup three different zones and use each loop.
8. Select RF sensor 1 dialer delay
(0) disabled (there should never be a dialer delay on this type of alarm)
9. Construct RF sensor descriptor. Press Insert then press any number between 002 and 255 to
add a word. For example, if you wanted to name this alarm as “smoke alarm,” press Insert then
press 208 for SMOKE. Press Insert then press 005 for ALARM.
10. Select RF sensor reports (0 to 1).
(0) disabled (sensor does not report to central station)
(1) enabled (sensor reports to the central station)
11. Select RF sensor supervised (0 to 1).
(0) disabled (sensor does not report loss of supervision or low battery)
(1) enabled (sensor reports loss of supervision or low battery)
12. Select RF sensor chime (0 to 13).
(0) disabled (panel will not chime when sensor is activated)
(1)‐(13) (selects a voice and chime to sound when sensor is activated)
13. To program another sensor, click next.
14. To exit programming, click skip then end and exit. Upon exit, the panel takes a few seconds to
Before testing, put the panel into test mode so the central station is not notified to prevent
unwanted alarms. Testing the alarm activates an alarm sound and sends a signal to the Control
Panel. The test function cannot be used if the alarm has a trouble condition.
Test alarm sounder, LEDs and transmitter
1.Hold the Test button for 4 beeps (approximately 6 seconds).
2.Release the Test button.
3.Once released, the product will continue to beep 5 more times. Before the beeps stop, a
signal will be sent triggering the alarm.
Hold a cotton wick at the side of the alarm and gently blow smoke through the alarm until the
smoke triggers the alarm. You can also use smoke aerosol.
Direct Heat Test (Use Hair Dryer 1000‐1500 Watts)
Direct heat toward the alarm. Hold the heat source about 12 inches from the alarm to avoid
damage to the plastic. The alarm resets only after it has time to cool.
If an alarm fails any of these tests, see Maintenance for how to clean the alarm.
Mounting the Alarm
See the diagram to install the mounting base on the ceiling or on the wall. Use the 2 screws and
anchors provided. Maneuver the base so the screws are at the elbow of the screw slots and
Fit the alarm inside the base by aligning it over the base as shown (alarm’s alignment notch
should be slightly offset from the mounting base tamper release tab), then turn the alarm
clockwise until the alarm clicks into the base.