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Transmitter User Manual Updated March 22, 2021 Transmitter is a module for connecting thir d-par ty detectors to Ajax security system. It transmits alarms and warns about the activ ation of the external

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Transmitter User Manual
Updated March 22, 2021
Transmitter is a module for connecting third-party detectors to Ajax security system. It transmits alarms and warns about the activation of the external detector tamper and it is equipped with own accelerometer, which protects it from dismounting. It runs on batteries and can supply power to the connected detector. Transmitter operates within the Ajax security system, by connecting via the protected Jeweller protocol to the hub. It is not intended to use the device in third-party systems.
Not compatible with the uartBridge or ocBridge Plus
The communication range can be up to 1,600 meters provided that there are no obstacles and the case is removed.

Transmitter is set up via a mobile application for iOS and Android based smartphones.
Buy integration module Transmitter
Functional Elements
1. QR code with the device registration key. 2. Batteries contacts. 3. LED indicator. 4. ON/OFF button. 5. Terminals for detector power supply, alarm and tamper signals.
Operation procedure
Transmitter is designed to connect third-party wired sensors and devices to the Ajax security system. The integration module receives information about alarms and tamper activation through the wires connected to the clamps. Transmitter can be used to connect panic and medical buttons, indoor and outdoor motion detectors, as well as opening, vibration, breaking, re, gas, leakage and others wired detectors.

The type of alarm is indicated in the settings of the Transmitter. The text of noti cations about alarms and events of the connected device, as well as event codes transmitted to the central monitoring panel of the security company (CMS) depend on the selected type.
A total of 5 types of devices are available:



Intrusion alarm

Fire alarm

Medical alarm

Panic button Gas concentration alarm

Transmitter has 2 pairs of wired zones: alarm and tamper. A separate pair of terminals ensures power supply to the external detector from the module batteries with 3.3 V.
Connecting to the hub
Before starting connection:
1. Following the hub instruction recommendations, install the Ajax application on your smartphone. Create an account, add the hub to the application, and create at least one room.
2. Go to the Ajax application. 3. Switch on the hub and check the internet connection (via Ethernet cable
and/or GSM network). 4. Ensure that the hub is disarmed and does not start updates by checking its
status in the mobile application.
Only users with administrative privileges can add the device to the hub
How to connect the Transmitter to the hub:
1. Select the Add Device option in the Ajax application. 2. Name the device, scan/write manually the QR Code (located on the body
and packaging), and select the location room. 3. Select Add -- the countdown will begin. 4. Switch on the device (by pressing on/off button for 3 seconds).

For the detection and interfacing to occur, the device should be located within the coverage area of the wireless network of the hub (at a single protected object).
Request for connection to the hub is transmitted for a short time at the time of switching on the device.
If the connection to the Ajax hub failed, the Transmitter will switch off after 6 seconds. You may repeat the connection attempt then.
The Transmitter connected to the hub will appear in the list of devices of the hub in the application. Update of device statuses in the list depends on the device inquiry time set in the hub settings, with the default value ­ 36 seconds.

1. Devices 2. Transmitter

Parameter Temperature Jeweller Signal Strength Battery Charge

Value Temperature of the device. Measured on the processor and changes gradually Signal strength between the hub and the device Battery level of the device. Displayed as a

Lid Delay When Entering, sec Delay When Leaving, sec Connection Always Active Alert if Moved
Temporary Deactivation
Firmware Device ID

How battery charge is displayed in Ajax apps
The tamper terminal state
Delay time when entering
Delay time when exiting
Connection status between the hub and the Transmitter
If active, the device is always in an armed mode
It turns on the Transmitter accelerometer, detecting device movement
Shows the status of the device temporary deactivation function:
No -- the device operates normally and transmits all events.
Lid only -- the hub administrator has disabled noti cations about triggering on the device body.
Entirely -- the device is completely excluded from the system operation by the hub administrator. The device does not follow system commands and does not report alarms or other events.
By number of alarms -- the device is automatically disabled by the system when the number of alarms is exceeded (speci ed in the settings for Devices Auto Deactivation). The feature is con gured in the Ajax PRO app.
By timer -- the device is automatically disabled by the system when the recovery timer expires (speci ed in the settings for Devices Auto Deactivation). The feature is con gured in the Ajax PRO app.
Detector rmware version
Device identi er

1. Devices 2. Transmitter 3. Settings

First eld Room


External Detector Contact Status

External Detector Type

Tamper status Alarm Type

Value Device name, can be edited Selecting the virtual room to which the device is assigned Selection of the external detector normal status:
Normally closed (NC) Normally opened (NO)
Selection of the external detector type: Pulse Bistable
Selection of the normal tamper mod for an external detector:
Normally closed (NC) Normally opened (NO)
Select alarm type of connected device: Intrusion Fire Medical help Panic button Gas
The text of SMS and noti cations in events feed, as well as the code transmitted to the

Always Active Delay When Entering, sec Delay When Leaving, sec Delays in Night Mode Alert if Moved
Detector Power Supply
Arm in Night Mode Alert with a siren if an alarm is detected Jeweller Signal Strength Test Attenuation Test User Guide Temporary deactivation

security company's console, depends on the selected type of alarms
When the mode is active, the Transmitter transmits alarms even when the system is disarmed
Selecting delay time when entering
Selecting delay time on exit
Delay turned on when using night mode
The accelerometer turning on the Transmitter to provide an alarm in the event of device movement
Turning the power on in 3.3 V external detector:
Disabled if disarmed
Always disabled
Always enabled
If active, the device will switch to armed mode when using night mode
If active, sirens added to the system are
activated if an alarm is detected
Switches the device to the signal strength test mode
Switches the device to the signal fade test mode (available in detectors with rmware version 3.50 and later)
Opens the device User Guide
Two options are available:
Entirely -- the device will not execute system commands or run automation scenarios. The system will ignore device alarms and noti cations
Lid only -- messages about triggering the tamper button of the device are ignored
Learn more about device temporary deactivation

The system can also automatically deactivate devices when the set number of alarms is exceeded or when the recovery timer expires.
Learn more about auto deactivation of devices

Unpair Device

Disconnects the device from the hub and deletes its settings

Set the following parameters in the Transmitter settings:
The state of the external detector contact, which can be normally closed or normally open.
The type (mode) of the external detector that can be bistable or pulse.
The tamper mode, which can be normally closed or normally open.
The accelerometer-triggered alarm -- you can turn this signal off or on.
Select the power mode for the external detector:
Turned off when the hub is disarmed -- the module stops powering the external detector upon disarming and does not process signals from the ALARM terminal. When arming the detector, the power supply resumes, but the alarm signals are ignored for the rst 8 seconds.
Always disabled -- the Transmitter saves energy by turning off the power of the external detector. The signals from the ALARM terminal are processed both in the pulse and bistable modes.
Always active -- this mode should be used if there are any problems in the "Turned off when the hub is disarmed". When the security system is armed, signals from the ALARM terminal are processed no more than once in three minutes in the pulse mode. If the bistable mode is selected, such signals are processed instantly.
If the "Always active" operating mode is selected for the module, the external detector is powered only in the "Always active" or the "Turned off when the hub disarmed" mode, regardless of the security system status.


Event The Module is switched on and registered
Registration failed
The Module is deleted from the list of hub devices The Module has received alarm/tamper signal Batteries are discharged

The LED lights up when the ON button is brie y pressed.
LED blinks for 4 seconds with an interval of 1 second, then blinks 3 times rapidly (and automatically switches OFF).
LED blinks for 1 minute with an interval of 1 second, then blinks 3 times rapidly (and automatically switches OFF).
The LED lights up for 1 second.
Smoothly lights up and goes out when the detector or tamper is activated.

Performance testing
The Ajax security system allows conducting tests for checking the functionality of connected devices.
The tests do not start straight away but within a period of 36 seconds when using the standard settings. The test time start depends on the settings of the detector scanning period (the paragraph on "Jeweller" settings in hub settings).
Jeweller Signal Strength Test
Attenuation Test
Connection of the Module to the wired detector
Location of the Transmitter determines its remoteness from the hub and presence of any obstacles between the devices hindering the radio signal transmission: walls, inserted oors, large-size objects located within the room.

Check the signal strength level at the installation location

If the signal level is one division, we cannot guarantee stable operation of the security system. Take possible measures to improve the quality of the signal! As a minimum, move the device -- even 20 cm shift can signi cantly improve the quality of reception. If, after moving, the device still has a low or unstable signal strength, use a radio signal range extender ReX. The Transmitter should be encased inside the wired detector case. The Module requires a space with the following minimum dimensions: 110 × 41 × 24 mm. If the installation of the Transmitter within the detector case is impossible, then any available radiotransparent case could be used.
1. Connect the Transmitter to the detector through the NC/NO contacts (choose the relevant setting in the application) and COM.
The maximum cable length for connecting the sensor is 150 m (24 AWG twisted pair). The value may vary when using different type of cable.
The function of the Transmitter's terminals
+ -- -- power supply output (3.3 V) ALARM -- alarm terminals TAMP -- tamper terminals

IMPORTANT! Do not connect external power to the Transmitter's power outputs. This may damage the device

2. Secure the Transmitter in the case. Plastic bars are included in the installation kit. It is recommendable to install the Transmitter on them.
Do not install the Transmitter:
Near metal objects and mirrors (they can shield the radio signal and lead to its attenuation). Closer than 1 meter to a hub.

Maintenance and Battery Replacement
The device does not require maintenance when mounted in the housing of a wired sensor.
How long Ajax devices operate on batteries, and what affects this
Battery Replacement

Tech Specs

Connecting a detector Mode for processing alarm signals from the detector Power Capability to power the connected detector Protection from dismounting Frequency band
Maximum RF output power

ALARM and TAMPER (NO/NC) terminals
Pulse or Bistable
3 × CR123A, 3V batteries Yes, 3.3V Accelerometer 868.0­868.6 MHz or 868.7 ­ 869.2 MHz, depends on sales region
Operates only with all Ajax hubs, and range extenders
Up to 20 mW

Modulation Communication range Ping interval for the connection with the receiver Operating temperature Operating humidity Dimensions Weight

GFSK Up to 1,600 m (any obstacles absent) 12­300 sec
From ­25° to +50° Up to 75% 100 × 39 × 22 mm 74 g

Complete Set
1. Transmitter 2. Battery CR123A -- 3 pcs 3. Installation kit 4. Quick Start Guide
Warranty for the "AJAX SYSTEMS MANUFACTURING" LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY products is valid for 2 years after the purchase and does not apply to the pre-installed battery.
If the device does not work correctly, you should rst contact the support service -- in half of the cases, technical issues can be solved remotely!
The full text of the warranty
User Agreement
Technical support:



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