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• Use a screwdriver to open the battery compartment and pull out the carriage.
Always replace both batteries.
• To mount Eve Window Guard you need a little manual skill, as well as a Phillips screwdriver, cordless screwdriver and a 2.5 mm drill. Eve Window Guard is designed for mounting in windows with Euro profile, but can also be installed in most other windows. Contact your local window maker if you are unsure about the assembly.
• Choose a mounting position in the lower corner of the window frame, beneath the handle, so the tilting function can be correctly detected. For doors without a tilt function, Eve Window Guard can be installed at the top.
• Ensure that Eve Window Guard is horizontally mounted and aligned with the front edge of the sash. To avoid unnecessary holes, secure Eve Window Guard in the frame with double-sided tape for testing. If everything works as expected, the sensor can be permanently mounted. Depending on the type of frame, the holes must be pre-drilled (2.5 mm drill).
• Use the included mounting material to screw Eve Window Guard into the window frame. If the screws can not be screwed easily into your window, pre-drill the holes with a 2.5 mm drill
• During installation, ensure that the long side of the plunger points upward and does not push against the gasket.
• Download the Eve app from the App Store.
• Open the Eve app and tap Add Accessory. Eve will now guide you through the setup process.
• If you have already set up another accessory, go to Settings in Eve to add
Eve Window Guard to your home.
• Securely access Eve Window Guard while you’re away from home and set up powerful automations. Any Apple TV HD, Apple TV 4K or HomePod using the same iCloud account as your iPhone will automatically serve as a home hub, no further setup required.
Please keep your HomeKit setup code in a safe place. You need it to securely
add Eve to your home, and nobody but you has a copy.