Technical Support

Wireless Enforcer Technical Support



Learning the 4-Button Keyfob onto the System

  1. Put the control panel into the "Change Codes" menu (see User Manual for full details)
  2. When prompted to enter a new user code, press any keyfob button
  3. Once asterisks appear on the main keypad, the new keyfob is learned on the system.

Locking the Keyfob

All 4 buttons on the keyfob may be locked so that any accidental presses won't affect your alarm system.

Locking the keys on the keyfob is performed by pressing any buttons that are diagonal with one another at the same time; ie Lock & II or Unlock & I.

The RED LED will flash indicating that the fob has been locked. To unlock, press both buttons together again, and the GREEN LED will flash indicating that the keyfob is now unlocked. Note: When locked, the LED status is disabled.

Changing Keyfob Batteries (keyfob-we)

Mark I

Mark II

Mark III

All 4 buttons on the keyfob may be locked so that any accidental presses won't affect your alarm system.

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