Question about GE Security Simon Xt Wireless Control Panel 40 Zones
There are two tabs (and possibly a screw) on the top of the Simon XT panel. Remove srew (if installed) and press the two tabs, pulling forward. Front part of panel is hinged and will rock forward. Battery is located behind front half. It is a 6 volt 1.2 Amp Hour lead acid battery.
You must completely downpower the Simon XT (wall plug in and battery) then replace with new battery first, then reconnect wall power. Close the front panel and snap it closedand replace the screw (if it was installed).You will need to set the time on the panel, following the instructions in the users manual.
Posted on Feb 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The new battery may not be fully charges, need to wait a while.
Also try this enter your code + off, again enter your code + off.
If this dosen't work, remove your battery and power down your system.
Wait about 30 seconds, plig in your battery first and then power up your alarm system. You may have to adjust the time.
Let me know.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
SOURCE: system low battery
Disconnect battery and take with you to radio shack or batteries plus for an exact replacement. You may have to enter your code or do some kind of reset after replacing.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
temperature affects batteries. if the batteries on the window sensors have been in use for some time it is probably time to change them. Alarm batteries are only expected to last 3 to 5 years with moderate use. If you have close neighbors or live in an apartment complex then false reads could be a factor.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
disconnect battery put dc meter on wires. should read over 6v if not need new panel. if over 6v put system in sensor test wait 5min then close cover hit status 2 times. if reset great. if not try another battery. repeat sensor test. if resets great if not need new panel. : (
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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