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Packed with a 345 MHz audio microphone, the Vivint window break sensor detects the unique frequency of glass forcibly breaking while ignoring other sounds, so you can take action only when necessary.
This window glass break sensor listens for two clear sounds—a thud and a shatter—to intelligently detect forced entry while avoiding a false alarm from your dog jumping up on the sliding-glass door.
Three Sensitivity Settings
Vivint understands each room has variations and noise levels all its own. That’s why the glass break alarm offers low, medium, and high sensitivity settings that detect sound from 5, 10, or 15 feet away.
3.9" H x 2.6" W x 0.9" D
Screws and bracket
2 CR123A batteries
Product Plan Protection
Free replacement for defective hardware if subscribing to a Vivint service plan. May require a separate site visit fee. For product defects only. Does not include product failure due to abuse, normal wear and tear, acts of God, etc. as determined by a Smart Home Pro.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you reset a Vivint Glass Break Detector?
Simply disarm your system, remove the batteries and wait 20–30 seconds, then re-insert the batteries. You’re all reset! Fun fact: you can change out your Vivint Glass Break Battery using the same method.
How do you test a Vivint Glass Break Sensor?
You can test your glass breakage detector in a couple easy steps. First, disarm your system via the Smart Hub™ panel and tap System Test under Menu > Security. This allows you to test your system without triggering a false alarm. Next, remove the cover of your wireless glass break detector and send a tamper signal to determine whether your device is communicating with your Smart Hub™ panel.
How do glass break sensors work?
Glass break detectors work by using a high-frequency microphone to listen for the distinct frequency of breaking glass. Once detected, the glass break alarm will notify you via the Vivint Smart Home® App.