Smart Home Security

Installing Your Panic Button

Medical Panic Button Install Guide PDF

When pressed within range of your panel, the panic button alerts your system to dispatch medical, fire, or police first responders in case of an emergency.

The device is water-resistant, and is equipped with a 2-second activation delay to help reduce false alarms.

Installation Parts

  • Medical panic button device
  • Lithium batteries (included inside)
  • Device holder
  • Belt clip
  • Keychain loop
a panic button, a device holder, a belt clip and a keychain loop

Tools you’ll need (if mounting holder to a surface)

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Two #4 ⅝-inch screws

Choosing a location

The panic button can be:

  • Carried in a keychain
panic button with a keychain on
  • Worn as a pendant around the neck
a panic button as pendant
  • Worn on a belt, by attaching the holder to a belt clip
Attaching the holder of panic button to a belt clip
  • Mounted to a surface using the holder
Hands pressing a wall mount of panic button to a wall

Installation Instructions

If you’re mounting to a surface, place the holder against your chosen surface (see photo above) and use two screws to secure the holder.

Then, slide the device into the holder until you feel it snap securely inside.

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