Sensors / Accessories

This article contains instructions for programming a sensor or accessory with the Ani Security System.

Ani Security System

NOTE: If you purchased the sensor as part of a kit, then it has been pre-programmed to the main panel already, and no other programming is needed. Follow these steps below if you have purchased a sensor separately, and are now adding it to an existing system.

Programming a Sensor / Accessory with the Ani Main Panel:

  1. Turn off any motion detectors to prevent accidentally programming them.
  2. On the Main Panel, press the button with the Gear icon. The panel will say "Add 1 remote control."
  3. If you are adding a remote key fob, skip step 4 and proceed to step 5.
  4. To add a sensor, press the Gear icon to cycle through the Zones. Once you're on the Zone that you want to add the sensor to, proceed to the next step. The panel will say "Add 1 zone" and etc.
  5. While the panel's light is still blue, trigger the accessory. More details are below.
  6. Press the Gear icon to cycle through the rest of the Zones. After Zone 8, press the Gear icon one more time, This will give 2 beeps from the main panel. Your changes are now saved.
  7. Turn on any motion detectors that were turned off.

You can also use the free mobile app to program accessories to the main panel. For more information about Zones and Zone Settings, and for more information about using the mobile app, you can refer to the Ani User Manual.


How To Trigger The Accessories

Door / Window Contact - trigger by separating the magnet from the sensor

Door / Window Contact

Motion Detector - trigger by waving in front of it

Motion Detector

Pet Immune Motion Detector - trigger by waving in front of it - you may have to press the black Coding button

Pet Immune Motion Detector


Remote Key Fob - trigger by pressing any button on the fob

Remote Key Fob


Smoke Alarm - trigger by pressing the Test button

Smoke Alarm

Panic Button - trigger by pressing the Panic button

Panic Button


Vibration Sensor - trigger by tapping on the vibration sensor

Vibration Sensor

Glass Break Sensor - trigger by tapping on it

Glass Break Sensor