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C1.

 PLASTIC INTRUDER ALARM CASE SET 

WITH COVER AND BASE PLATFORM

C2.

 BATTERY HOLDER 

WITH SWITCH AND 
WIRES INSTALLED

C3.

 BUZZER WITH 

WIRES INSTALLED

C4.

 METAL PEGS 

C5.

 PLASTIC PEGS

C10.

 OTHER ACCESSORIES:

STRING, DOUBLE ADHESIVE
TAPES AND DOOR PLATE

Double
adhesive tapes

Trigger plate holder

Trigger plate

C8.

 WALL MOUNT

C9.

 TRIGGER 

PLATE HOLDER 

C6.

 CONNECTION 

PLATE (WITH METAL 

PLATES INSTALLED) 

C7.

 TRIGGER PLATE

Double
adhesive
tapes

Install the cover to complete the alarm case 
set.

8

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D. INSTRUCTIONS: ASSEMBLING THE ALARM CASE

H. TROUBLE SHOOTING 

If the trigger plate is pulled out and the buzzer does not produce a sound: 
1. Check if all connection points are intact and are connected in correct order.  
2. Check if the batteries are too old, or are installed in the correct polarities. 
3. Check if the switch at the battery case is switched on. 
4. Check if the metal connection plates are touching each other when the trigger plate is removed. 
If the plates happen to be detached from each other, the circuit is not complete. You may ask an 
adult's assistance to bend the upper metal plates downward so that it could touch the lower metal 
plate again.

REMARKS: When the alarm is not in use, please switch it off and wind whole length of the 
kick  wire  to  the  wall  mount.  It  is  further  recommended  that  the  batteries  should  also  be 
removed.

G. SETTING THE ALARM

REMARKS: YOU WILL NEED ADULT'S PERMISSION AND SUPERVISION DOING THIS.

F. MOUNTING THE ALARM 

I. FUN FACTS  

How does your the intruder alarm work? 
After  you  have  finished  the  installation  of  the  intruder  alarm,  the  connection  formed  an 
open  circuit.  There  are  two  points  at  the  circuit  which  control  the  flow  of  current  to  the 
buzzer: the switch built on the battery case and the plastic trigger plate inserted between 
the connection plates. When alarm is set up and switch is on, the only disconnection point 
is the trigger plate. The trigger plate is made of plastic which insulate the electric current 
from flowing through. When the door is opened, the trigger plate will be taken away. Thus, 
the two metal plates come to contact with each other. The circuit is now a closed circuit. 
The buzzer is turned on when the current pass through it.

Some things about electricity... 
In the intruder alarm, we only use the battery which produces the one-way direct current 
(d.c). That is the current only flows in one direction ( positive to negative ). However, the 
electricity supplied from the power station is alternating current (a.c). The current does not 
only flow in one direction, it flows backwards and forwards around the circuit at a certain 
frequency (positive to negative and negative to positive). 

The  wire  of  most  electrical  appliance  normally  consists  of  three  insulated  wires:  the  live, 
the  neutral  and  the  earth  wires.  The  live  wire  goes  positive  “+”  and  negative  “-” 
alternatively,  making  the  current  flow  backwards  and  forwards  around  the  circuit.  The 
neutral wire provides the return path for the current to flow back to the mains socket. The 
earth wire is a safety wire which connects the metal body of the electrical appliance to the 
earth  for  grounding  the  electricity  leakage. Also,  most  electrical  appliances  have  another 
safety device - fuse. It is a thin wire of short length which will overheat and melt in case the 
current  is  higher  than  the  specified  value.  If  a  fault  develops  and  a  large  current  flows 
through the circuit, the fuse melts and breaks the circuit in order to prevent the cable from 
overheating which may cause a fire.

E. MAKING THE KICK WIRE 

QUESTION AND COMMENTS 
We  treasure  you  as  a  customer  and  your  satisfaction 
with  this  product  is  important  to  us.  In  case  you  have 
any  comments  or  questions,  or  you  find  any  parts  of 
this  kit  missing  or  defective,  please  do  not  hesitate  to 
contact  our  distributor  in  your  country,  whose  address 
is  printed  on  the  package.  You  are  also  welcome  to 
contact  our  marketing  support  team  at  Email: 
infodesk@4M-IND.com, Fax (852) 25911566, Tel (852) 
28936241, Web site: WWW.4M-IND.COM

A. SAFETY MESSAGES

1. Please read through this instructions before you start. 
2. This kit is intended for age 8 and up. 
3. Adults assistance and supervision required. 
4. This kit contains small parts which may cause suffocation if misused. 
5. Metal connection plate and wires may contain sharp points, adult assistance required in 

assembling and bending. 

6. Never touch the contacts inside the battery case to prevent possible short circuit.

B. USE OF BATTERY

1. Requires two "AA" batteries (Not included). We recommend alkaline batteries.
2. For optimum operation, always use fresh alkaline batteries.
3. Insert batteries according to the correct polarities.
4. Make sure that the supply terminals are not short circuited. 
5. Do not leave batteries in the toy if it is not in use.
6. Remove empty batteries from the toy.
7. Do not recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
8. Rechargeable batteries should be removed from the toy before being charged (if removable).
9. Rechargeable batteries should only be charged under adult's supervision.
10. Do not mix old and new batteries.
11. Do not mix alkaline, standard (Carbon-Zinc) or rechargeable (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries.
12. Only use batteries of the same or equivalent type.
13. The toy should not be connected to more than the recommended number of power supplies.

CHOKING HAZARD

WARNING

Not for Children under 3 

Small parts.

© 2005  4M INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT LIMITED

I N T R U D E R   A L A R M

C. CONTENTS

Install the connection 
plate (C6).

2

Install battery holder (C2).

1

Connect the wires from the 
buzzer with that from the 
connection plate. Match the 
wires colours.

4

Connect the wires from 
battery holder with that 
from the buzzer. Match the 
wires colours.

5

Install the buzzer (C3).

3

Connect the wires from the 
connection plate with that 
from the battery holder. 
Match the wires colours. 

6

Install the batteries. You may 
now check if all connections 
are correct by switching on 
the switch button. The 
buzzer should produce a 
buzzing sound. After the 
testing, switch it off.

7

1

Snap the trigger plate holder to 
the wall mount.

1

Mount your alarm case to the 
door surface. You may use the 
double adhesive tapes 
provided for this purpose. 

4

Test the alarm set up by closing the door 
then  opening  it  again.  When  the  trigger 
plate  is  being  pulled  out  from  the 
connection  plate,    the  alarm  will  be 
triggered and produces a buzzing sound.  
If  you  would  like  the  alarm  be  triggered 
with small opening of the door, make the 
string  shorter  by  winding  the  unwanted 
length  to  the  trigger  plate  holder  (C9), 
and vice versa.

1

Cut a string of 50 cm. Adjust the string to 
your  desired  length.  Tie  one  end  of  the 
string  to  the  trigger  plate.  Tie  the  other 
end  to  the  trigger  plate  holder. Tie  a  few 
more knots to secure the connection.

2

Testing the alarm function: Now insert the 
trigger plate to the connection plate. This 
will  separate  the  two  metal  plates.  Now 
check  the  function  by  turning  on  the 
switch.  There  should  not  be  buzz  sound 
as  the  connection  plate  are  now  being 
separated  by  the  plastic  trigger  plate. 
Now  pull  out  the  trigger  plate  with  string 
connected to it. The buzzer will produce a  
sound immediately as the two connection 
plates  are  now  in  touch  and  a  close 
circuit is produced. You may now stop the 
buzz by switching it off or by inserting the 
trigger  plate  into  the  connection  plate 
again.

2

On the similiar level 
as the alarm case just 
mounted, use the 
double adhesive 
tapes provided to 
mount the wall mount 
to the door surface.

3

Switch on the alarm.

C6

C2

C6

C8

C9

C8

C9

C7

C4

C5

C3

2

Insert the trigger plate to the connection plate 
of the alarm case.

Hang  the  door  plate 

provided  to  warn 

those  "UNWANTED 

INTRUDERS".  It's 

cool.

The intruder alarm does not only apply to the door, it also applies to your drawer 

for security. Do you have any suggestion for intruder alarm application?

 


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C1.

 PLASTIC INTRUDER ALARM CASE SET 

WITH COVER AND BASE PLATFORM

C2.

 BATTERY HOLDER 

WITH SWITCH AND 
WIRES INSTALLED

C3.

 BUZZER WITH 

WIRES INSTALLED

C4.

 METAL PEGS 

C5.

 PLASTIC PEGS

C10.

 OTHER ACCESSORIES:

STRING, DOUBLE ADHESIVE
TAPES AND DOOR PLATE

Double
adhesive tapes

Trigger plate holder

Trigger plate

C8.

 WALL MOUNT

C9.

 TRIGGER 

PLATE HOLDER 

C6.

 CONNECTION 

PLATE (WITH METAL 

PLATES INSTALLED) 

C7.

 TRIGGER PLATE

Double
adhesive
tapes

Install the cover to complete the alarm case 
set.

8

41-03246/1

41-03246 /1

D. INSTRUCTIONS: ASSEMBLING THE ALARM CASE

H. TROUBLE SHOOTING 

If the trigger plate is pulled out and the buzzer does not produce a sound: 
1. Check if all connection points are intact and are connected in correct order.  
2. Check if the batteries are too old, or are installed in the correct polarities. 
3. Check if the switch at the battery case is switched on. 
4. Check if the metal connection plates are touching each other when the trigger plate is removed. 
If the plates happen to be detached from each other, the circuit is not complete. You may ask an 
adult's assistance to bend the upper metal plates downward so that it could touch the lower metal 
plate again.

REMARKS: When the alarm is not in use, please switch it off and wind whole length of the 
kick  wire  to  the  wall  mount.  It  is  further  recommended  that  the  batteries  should  also  be 
removed.

G. SETTING THE ALARM

REMARKS: YOU WILL NEED ADULT'S PERMISSION AND SUPERVISION DOING THIS.

F. MOUNTING THE ALARM 

I. FUN FACTS  

How does your the intruder alarm work? 
After  you  have  finished  the  installation  of  the  intruder  alarm,  the  connection  formed  an 
open  circuit.  There  are  two  points  at  the  circuit  which  control  the  flow  of  current  to  the 
buzzer: the switch built on the battery case and the plastic trigger plate inserted between 
the connection plates. When alarm is set up and switch is on, the only disconnection point 
is the trigger plate. The trigger plate is made of plastic which insulate the electric current 
from flowing through. When the door is opened, the trigger plate will be taken away. Thus, 
the two metal plates come to contact with each other. The circuit is now a closed circuit. 
The buzzer is turned on when the current pass through it.

Some things about electricity... 
In the intruder alarm, we only use the battery which produces the one-way direct current 
(d.c). That is the current only flows in one direction ( positive to negative ). However, the 
electricity supplied from the power station is alternating current (a.c). The current does not 
only flow in one direction, it flows backwards and forwards around the circuit at a certain 
frequency (positive to negative and negative to positive). 

The  wire  of  most  electrical  appliance  normally  consists  of  three  insulated  wires:  the  live, 
the  neutral  and  the  earth  wires.  The  live  wire  goes  positive  “+”  and  negative  “-” 
alternatively,  making  the  current  flow  backwards  and  forwards  around  the  circuit.  The 
neutral wire provides the return path for the current to flow back to the mains socket. The 
earth wire is a safety wire which connects the metal body of the electrical appliance to the 
earth  for  grounding  the  electricity  leakage. Also,  most  electrical  appliances  have  another 
safety device - fuse. It is a thin wire of short length which will overheat and melt in case the 
current  is  higher  than  the  specified  value.  If  a  fault  develops  and  a  large  current  flows 
through the circuit, the fuse melts and breaks the circuit in order to prevent the cable from 
overheating which may cause a fire.

E. MAKING THE KICK WIRE 

QUESTION AND COMMENTS 
We  treasure  you  as  a  customer  and  your  satisfaction 
with  this  product  is  important  to  us.  In  case  you  have 
any  comments  or  questions,  or  you  find  any  parts  of 
this  kit  missing  or  defective,  please  do  not  hesitate  to 
contact  our  distributor  in  your  country,  whose  address 
is  printed  on  the  package.  You  are  also  welcome  to 
contact  our  marketing  support  team  at  Email: 
infodesk@4M-IND.com, Fax (852) 25911566, Tel (852) 
28936241, Web site: WWW.4M-IND.COM

A. SAFETY MESSAGES

1. Please read through this instructions before you start. 
2. This kit is intended for age 8 and up. 
3. Adults assistance and supervision required. 
4. This kit contains small parts which may cause suffocation if misused. 
5. Metal connection plate and wires may contain sharp points, adult assistance required in 

assembling and bending. 

6. Never touch the contacts inside the battery case to prevent possible short circuit.

B. USE OF BATTERY

1. Requires two "AA" batteries (Not included). We recommend alkaline batteries.
2. For optimum operation, always use fresh alkaline batteries.
3. Insert batteries according to the correct polarities.
4. Make sure that the supply terminals are not short circuited. 
5. Do not leave batteries in the toy if it is not in use.
6. Remove empty batteries from the toy.
7. Do not recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
8. Rechargeable batteries should be removed from the toy before being charged (if removable).
9. Rechargeable batteries should only be charged under adult's supervision.
10. Do not mix old and new batteries.
11. Do not mix alkaline, standard (Carbon-Zinc) or rechargeable (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries.
12. Only use batteries of the same or equivalent type.
13. The toy should not be connected to more than the recommended number of power supplies.

CHOKING HAZARD

WARNING

Not for Children under 3 

Small parts.

© 2005  4M INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT LIMITED

I N T R U D E R   A L A R M

C. CONTENTS

Install the connection 
plate (C6).

2

Install battery holder (C2).

1

Connect the wires from the 
buzzer with that from the 
connection plate. Match the 
wires colours.

4

Connect the wires from 
battery holder with that 
from the buzzer. Match the 
wires colours.

5

Install the buzzer (C3).

3

Connect the wires from the 
connection plate with that 
from the battery holder. 
Match the wires colours. 

6

Install the batteries. You may 
now check if all connections 
are correct by switching on 
the switch button. The 
buzzer should produce a 
buzzing sound. After the 
testing, switch it off.

7

1

Snap the trigger plate holder to 
the wall mount.

1

Mount your alarm case to the 
door surface. You may use the 
double adhesive tapes 
provided for this purpose. 

4

Test the alarm set up by closing the door 
then  opening  it  again.  When  the  trigger 
plate  is  being  pulled  out  from  the 
connection  plate,    the  alarm  will  be 
triggered and produces a buzzing sound.  
If  you  would  like  the  alarm  be  triggered 
with small opening of the door, make the 
string  shorter  by  winding  the  unwanted 
length  to  the  trigger  plate  holder  (C9), 
and vice versa.

1

Cut a string of 50 cm. Adjust the string to 
your  desired  length.  Tie  one  end  of  the 
string  to  the  trigger  plate.  Tie  the  other 
end  to  the  trigger  plate  holder. Tie  a  few 
more knots to secure the connection.

2

Testing the alarm function: Now insert the 
trigger plate to the connection plate. This 
will  separate  the  two  metal  plates.  Now 
check  the  function  by  turning  on  the 
switch.  There  should  not  be  buzz  sound 
as  the  connection  plate  are  now  being 
separated  by  the  plastic  trigger  plate. 
Now  pull  out  the  trigger  plate  with  string 
connected to it. The buzzer will produce a  
sound immediately as the two connection 
plates  are  now  in  touch  and  a  close 
circuit is produced. You may now stop the 
buzz by switching it off or by inserting the 
trigger  plate  into  the  connection  plate 
again.

2

On the similiar level 
as the alarm case just 
mounted, use the 
double adhesive 
tapes provided to 
mount the wall mount 
to the door surface.

3

Switch on the alarm.

C6

C2

C6

C8

C9

C8

C9

C7

C4

C5

C3

2

Insert the trigger plate to the connection plate 
of the alarm case.

Hang  the  door  plate 

provided  to  warn 

those  "UNWANTED 

INTRUDERS".  It's 

cool.

The intruder alarm does not only apply to the door, it also applies to your drawer 

for security. Do you have any suggestion for intruder alarm application?