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AJAX Button Manual

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AJAX Button manual

Button is a wireless panic button with protection against accidental activation. It can operate for up to 5 years on the bundled battery. It is connected to the AJAX security system via the Jeweller security protocol, with a transmission distance of up to 1300 m without obstacles.

The AJAX Button only connects to AJAX hubs


The button is linked to the security system and configured via AJAX applications for Windows, macOS, iPhone and Android smartphones. The users are alerted about all alarms and events via push notifications, SMS, and phone calls (if enabled).

Functional Elements

AJAX Button Manual functional elements

1. Alarm button

2. Indicator lights

3. Button mounting hole

Button Operating Principle

The AJAX Button is a wireless panic button that, when pressed, transmits an alarm to users, as well as to the security company’s CMS.


The button is equipped with protection against accidental activation and transmits alarms at a distance of up to 1,300 m from the hub. Please be aware that the presence of any obstructions that impede the signal (for example, walls or floors) will reduce this distance.


Button is easy to carry around. You can always keep it on a wrist or a neckless. The device is resistant to dust and splashes.

Connecting the button to the AJAX Security System

Connecting the Button 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 button to the Hub:

1. Click on Add Device in the Ajax app.

2. Name the device, scan its QR code (located on the package) or enter it manually, select a room and a group
(if group mode is enabled).

3. Click Add and the countdown will begin.

4. Hold the button for 7 seconds. When the Button is added, the LEDs will flash green once.


For detection and pairing, the Button must be located within the hub radio communication zone (on the single protected object).


The connected button will appear in the list of hub devices in the application. Updating the statuses of the device in the list does not depend on the polling time value in the hub settings. Data is updated only by pressing the Button.


The Button only works with one hub. When connected to a new hub, the button Button stops transmitting commands to the old hub. Note that after being added to the new hub, the Button is not automatically removed from the device list of the old hub. This must be done manually through the AJAX application.


Values in the AJAX App

AJAX Button manual

Battery charge: Button battery charge level.
There are two statuses:

Battery OK

Battery low

Button operating mode: This displays the operating mode of the button.
There are two modes:

Panic button

SmartButton (in development)

Indicator light brightness: Displays current brightness level of indicator light:

Disabled (no display)

Minimum

Maximum

Protection against accidental activation: Displays the selected type of protection against accidental activation:
Off -> protection disabled.

Delay when pressing -> in order to send alarm you should hold the button down for more than 1.5 seconds.

Double-pressing -> in order to send alarm you should double-press on the button with a pause of no more than 0.5 seconds.

Firmware: Button firmware version

ID: Device ID

Settings

AJAX Button manual

First field: Device name, can be edited

Room: Selecting the virtual room to which the device is assigned

Button operating mode: This displays the operating mode of the button. There are two modes:

Panic Button — sends an alarm when pressed

SmartButton (in development)
Device user: Assigns a panic button user. After assignment, button presses will be displayed as events of the selected user
Brightness of indicator lights: This displays the current brightness of the indicator lights:

Disabled (no display)

Minimum

Maximum
Protection against accidental activation: Displays the selected type of protection against accidental activation:

Off -> protection disabled.

Delay when pressing -> in order to send alarm you should hold the button down for more than 1.5 seconds.

Double-pressing -> in order to send alarm you should double-press on the button with a pause of no more than 0.5 seconds.
Firmware: Button firmware version

ID: Device ID

Operating indication

Button status is indicated with red or green LED indicators.

Linking to security system:
Green LEDs flash 6 times -> The button is not registered in any security system

Lights up green for a few seconds -> Adding a button to the security system

Command delivery indication
Lights up green briefly -> Command is delivered to security system

Lights up red briefly -> Command is not delivered to security system


Feedback Indication (follows the Command Delivery Indication)

Lights up green for about half a second after the command delivery indication -> The security system has received and performed the command

Briefly lights up red after the command delivery indication -> The security system did not perform the command


Battery status (follows Feedback Indication)

After the main indication it lights up red and goes out smoothly -> Button battery needs to be replaced. At the same time, button commands are delivered to the security system.

Use cases

The AJAX Button can be installed on a flat surface or carried around.

To install on a flat surface (for example, under the table), secure the Button with double-sided adhesive tape.

To carry the Button on the strap: attach the strap to the Button using the mounting hole in the main body of the Button.

Button Maintenance

When cleaning the key fob body, use cleaners that are suitable for technical maintenance.

Never use substances containing alcohol, acetone, gasoline and other active solvents to clean the Button.


The pre-installed battery provides up to 5 years of key fob operation in normal use (one press per day). More frequent use may reduce battery life. You can check battery level at any time in the AJAX app.


The pre-installed battery is sensitive to low temperatures and if the key fob is cooled significantly, the battery level indicator in the app may show incorrect values until the key fob becomes warmer.


The battery level value is not updated on a regular basis, but only updates after pressing the button.

When the battery has run down, the user will receive a notification in the AJAX app, and the LED will steadily light up red and go out each time the button is pressed.

How to change the batteries in the Button

To change the battery:

1. Separate the body halves with a thin flat object.

2. Remove the discharged battery.

3. Install a new battery of type CR2032. The + mark on the battery must match the + on the device board.
4. Re-assemble the Button and check its functioning by pressing the button.
5. Check the battery status in the AJAX app. The value of Button battery level is only updated after pressing.

Never install discharged or damaged batteries.
Before checking, be sure to notify the connected users, and also disable siren activation in the Button settings, if you don’t want sirens to react the button alarm.

Complete Set

1. Button

2. Pre-installed CR2032 battery

3. Double-sided tape

4. Quick Start Guide

Tech Specs

  • Number of buttons: 1
  • LED backlight indicating command delivery: Available
  • Protection against accidental activation: Available
  • Frequency band: 868.0 – 868.6 MHz or 868.7 – 869.2 MHz, depending on the sales region
  • Compatibility: Operates with Hub, Hub Plus, Hub 2, ReX featuring OS Malevich 2.7.102 and later
  • Maximum radio signal power: Up to 20 mW
  • Radio signal modulation: GFSK
  • Radio signal range: Up to 1,300 m (without obstacles)
  • Power supply: 1 CR2032 battery, 3 V
  • Battery life: Up to 5 years (depending on frequency of use)
  • Protection class: IP54
  • Operating temperature range: From -10°С to +40°С
  • Operating humidity: Up to 75%
  • Dimensions: 47 х 35 х 13 mm
  • Weight: 16 g

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