Glass Break Sensors trigger an alarm by detecting the sound frequency of breaking panel glass. If your sensor has triggered a false alarm, make sure it is mounted in a large area and isn’t susceptible to picking up white noise or vibrations. Ensure the sensor is not placed in a room smaller than 10' x 10'. For further assistance in determining the root cause of your false alarm, contact Customer Support.
What do I do if the Glass Break Sensor causes a false alarm?
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