2. Warnings This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules, Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Installation: The WMT-3000 transmitter is used with the Dakota Alert WR-3000 receiver. The WMT-3000 transmitter uses a passive infrared (PIR) detector to detect people, vehicles or large animals at the monitored location. When the transmitter detects an object, it will send a signal to the receiver, which will sound one of four different tones (Classical, Westminster Chime, Ding Dong, or Whistle) fora few seconds. The transmitter can be used as a driveway alarm, or in the backyard to monitor around tool sheds or patios. Operation: (Always test unit prior to installation. Connect a volt alkaline battery to the transmitter. For maximum range between the transmitter and receiver, the transmitter should be mounted on a wooden post or tree (steel posts may cause interference with the radio signal. Although the maximum range is about 600 feet, obstructions such as hills, trees, metal siding and stucco can reduce the range.