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NX-454 - GE, ITI, Caddx Micro Door/Window Transmitter (White)

NX-454 - GE, ITI, Caddx Micro Door/Window Transmitter (White)
Manufacturer:  GE Interlogix  SKU:  NX-454
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Super EASY to install and WORTH the few extra bucks. It’s great for casement windows and older doors.

Price:  $35.97

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Being the smallest of its kind, the NX-454 GE, ITI, Caddx Micro Door/Window Transmitter is a discreet alarm system accessory that blends nicely with most home and business interiors. At 1.75" long by 0.875" wide and half an inch deep, it is much smaller than the average door window sensor.

This wireless door/window contact is especially useful for doors, windows, drawers, sliding glass doors and other spaces with limited space for sensor alarms.

Running on a 3 Volt Lithium battery, this tiny sensor averages a 5 year battery life, depending on how often it is used. For fast and easy installation, the sensor and magnet are mounted using double-sided tape, though screws may be required for some spaces or if you decide you want the transmitter to remain on your property permanently.

Patented ITI Learn Mode technology allows the NX-454 Micro Sensor to easily connect to an alarm control panel. The sensor is given a unique identification code at the factory, eliminating sensor programming. And like all ITI wireless sensors, the NX-454 sends battery and status signals to the security system's control panel so users are reassured that the NX-454 is working correctly.

Protect yourself from all angles with this fully supervised alarm sensor in both residential and commercial spaces. It's unnoticeable, it fits in the palm of your hand and packs enough power to reliably protect you and your family 24/7.

Recap of Features

  • Small size offers flexibility in applications with limited space
  • User-replaceable battery lasts 5 years in typical installations
  • Advanced circuit design saves power and extends battery life
  • Low profile blends into decor
  • Rating: (4.40)   # of Ratings: 5   


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    1. Doug Racine on 4/23/2013, said:

    I bought this system from ITI in 1998. I was a tech/salesman for a security firm. This system had all the bells and whistles for security at that time, and for my money still has. The batteries last more then five years, and they let you know when to replace them. This is why they were bought by GE. Never a problem other then battery replacement in the last sixteen years.

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    2. Diesel on 12/10/2012, said:

    These are not true GE sensors.The one I received is made by Interlogix. Spend the couple extra dollars and get a GE sensor.

    Security Advisor Comment
    Interlogix was a dominant brand of security products offered by GE as part of the GE Interlogix unit for years. The brand had quietly faded somewhat in the years after GE Industrial Systems acquired Interlogix in 2002, especially as GE rebranded Interlogix under its GE Security nameplate, but now that GE Security has been acquired by UTC Fire & Security, the Interlogix name will be returning.


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    3. Douglas on 5/12/2011, said:

    I have an ITI system, pre GE, and have enjoyed peace of mind since 1998. I was working for a security company at the time, and bought the best they had. I have not regretted it. These sensors work for over five years before requireing new batteries. Easy to replace, and easy to reinstall if needed. Highly recommended.

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    4. Ronny on 11/29/2010, said:

    Love this one over the NX650. Better fit for windows and small places like sliding doors. Used NX650 only on doors and the NX454 on all windows.

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    5. Bruce on 10/17/2007, said:

    These are worth the extra few bucks. They are smaller than I expected and they allow for a little extra line up error and gaps. They are easy to install and work well with the Concord 4 Wireless system.

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