Model # PGRM2
Warranty 3 Year
POOLGUARD IN GROUND POOL ALARM
The Poolguard Pool Alarm comes with an in-house remote receiver that has a range up to 200 ft., and comes with a 12 volt power supply. The Poolguard poolside alarm works on a 9-volt battery (not included); with a battery life of approximately one year. Audible low battery indicator at the poolside alarm is also indicated by the in house remote receiver. New sensing technology provides less chance of false alarms due to wind, rain or small objects such as sticks or toys entering the water. Works with pool up to 20' x 40' (800 sq. ft.) The Poolguard Pool Alarm can be used with a solar blanket. Most reliable, advanced, and affordable alarm available. Poolguard Pool Alarms are designed to detect intrusions similar to a one year old child weighing 18 pounds and up.
The Poolguard POOL ALARM, once installed in the pool, cannot be de-activated; it is always in the alarm ready mode. Tamper Proof: Poolguard POOL ALARM will sound an alarm when removed from the pool.
Sleep mode: when you would like to use your pool, simply remove the alarm from the pool and put it into sleep mode.
Automatic Wake-up: The Poolguard Pool Alarm will automatically wake up and run a system test when installed into the pool.
Poolguard has been manufacturing pool alarms, door alarms, and gate alarms since 1982. All Poolguard products are proudly Made in the USA. Poolguard Pool Alarms were tested and "Top Rated" by Good Housekeeping Magazine. Poolguard Pool Alarms have been Tested and Certified by NSF International to the ASTM Standard Safety Specification for Residential Pool Alarms, ASTM F 2208-08.
• NSF Certified to ASTM F 2208008
• Detects Intruders
• Sits on Deck
• Battery Powered
• Low Battery Indicator
• New Sensing Technology
• Easy to Use
• Completely Portable
• Automatic Reset
• Affordable Price
• Important Safety Feature
• In House Remote Receiver
• Horns are 85 dB at 10 feet
• NEW Weatherproof Design
• NEW Alarm Stabilizing Pin
• NEW Sensing Technology
• NEW Microprocessor Technology
What if I have a leak in my pool and the water level changes? Will this cause false alarms? Where exactly is the sensor for detecting changes at the surface of the pool?
Hello, attach is the Helpful hits link and troubleshooting guide to this alarm. page 12 explains more indepth about Alarms
How does the Pool Guard alarm work?
The Pool Guard will sound when an object weighing 18 lbs or more enters the water causing its level to rise. The alarm has a sensor that stretches down below the water line and will sound whenever a change occurs at the surface level.
Can the PGRM2 be used on an above ground pool?
The PGRM2 Pool Guard alarm is used for inground pools. The PGRMAG is the correct model for above ground pools.
Will the pool alarm activate when the automatic pool cleaner is in use?
If the cleaner head or the cleaner hose hits the Pool Guard pool alarm it may cause it to false alarm. Solutions to this problem are to use your cleaner at night and your alarm during the day. Another option would be to find a place around the pool where the cleaner would not interfere with the alarm.
Will this work with any pool stone edging? I noticed the picture shows in attached to a perfect 90 degree angle.
Yes, this will work with any type of pool coping as well as a perfect 90 degree angle coping.
What if my pool is larger than 20X40(800 sq.ft.)?
One alarm is required for every 800 square feet. If you have a pool that is 25'X50' (1250 sq.ft.) you would require 2 alarms.
Is it possible to add an additional remote receiver?
It is possible to order an additional receiver. We would need the serial number from the alarm in order to proceed with the purchase. The cost of the receiver would be $50.
How is the system attached to the pool?
You drill a small hole in your deck with a 5/16" masonary drill bit, there is then a pin sticking out of the bottom of the alarm which sits in the hole. Here is a link to the owner's manual which explains this in greater detail http://www.inyopools.com/owners_manual/pool_guard_pgrm2.pdf
1 of 1 person found the following review helpful:
(3 out of 5 stars) Great for the money
Reviewed By: Mols from North Smithfield, RI ()
Pros: Simple and easy to use
Cons: Must maintain high water level to use properly
Simple and easy to use. Must keep water level stable to use. Cheap compared to other alarm systems.