Wireless Home Security Driveway Alarm, 1 Plug-in Receiver and 1 PIR Motion Sensor-1 Sensor+ 1 Receiver
- Reliable Range - Communication range of up to 100m/328ft (the distance from the sensors to the receiver In THE OPEN AIR) and detection range of the infrared sensor of approximately 5-8m/16-26ft to effectively keep you alerted.
- Different Ringtones - The receiver is a doorbell design with 36 different ringtones for personal preferences.
- User-Friendly - There are 3 mode choices (Sound/LED Flash/Sound and LED Flash) and 3 levels volume adjustment (High/ Middle/Low ) from 25-80dB.
- PIR Technology - Our sensor uses state-of-the-art passive-infrared (PIR) sensor to detect any movement within the detection range. Perfect for long or hidden driveways and allows you a fore warning when guests (or intruders) are approaching.
- Expandable & DIY: 1 receiver can pair up to 5 PIR sensors and 1 PIR sensor can pair with multiple receivers. If you have more than one driveway or area you would like to monitor, just DIY and fulfill your needs.
Is this a motion detector, or a heat sensor?
InfraRed (heat). When the sunshine hits the other side of my driveway it goes crazy. I generally unplug the receiver for an hour or so.
By Dave D. on August 22, 2015
It says it is a heat sensor on the package. It works, whatever it is.
By Jill Morrow on August 22, 2015
It's a motion detector.
By ClubGuy on August 22, 2015
it is a motion detector
By Alex on August 22, 2015
It is both. It senses motion by the movement of heat. Warm bodied animals and possibly objects that are warm and are moving will set off the detector. This is how motion detectors function.
By Grus on June 18, 2017
Can i put this in our back yard and expect it go go through the walls of the house ? about 30 feet away ? through the house and a door ?
A powerful 120-decibel alarm sounds as soon as motion is detected within a 20-foot range and its Operating Distance is 300 feet in the open field. Hope that can help you.
By 1byone Service Team on December 4, 2015
Although this page says 300' range, the paper manual that comes with it clearly states 150' is the maximum range.
By Kevin S. Johnson on January 11, 2016
Yes. The receiving range could reach 300 feet in open area.
By 1byone Products Inc. SELLER on December 4, 2015
What is the distance from the transmitter, that the transmitter will pick up the moving heat of an object?
I know mine will catch my movement through a screen door 20ft away. Also, if there is a day with sun and clouds rolling by, the shadow changes cause "false alarms".
By Canne on June 9, 2015
Very sensitive, a good ten feet . Probably too sensitive. I haven't gotten around to see if I can tune it down
By Paul A. Scharf on June 9, 2015
Can this antenna be placed in the attic and ran through a splitter for three hdtv's or does it only work where there is a window?
It doesn't have to work in a window. Place wherever it is as long as the reception is good. But it cannot work with a splitter for three hdtv's.
By 1byone Products Inc. SELLER on August 17, 2015
From what i have read, any antenna needs a coupler not a splitter for more than 1 T.V.
By Steve L on September 25, 2016
Are all the components weatherproff?
Yes they are
By jim lupinski on September 21, 2015
Only the outdoor motion sensor
By W. Bryant on September 21, 2015
We'd like to tell you that only the outdoor sensors are waterproof, and it is in line with IP44 waterproof standard.THX:)
By 1byone Products Inc. SELLER on September 21, 2015
Does the Alarm trip instantly or is there a delay?
Instantly - sometimes slight delay but minimal. Placement of sensor is critical.
By R. J. Perreault on January 4, 2016
There is a delay of 1 ~ 2 seconds.
By bigtulaoer on January 4, 2016
By T keith on January 4, 2016
I have 2 transmitters and one receiver. How to set the two different tones for the two transmitters so that i know which door i should be checking?
I believe you can only use one transmitter at a time. At least, I have not been able to figure out how to use both at the same time You can set which one you want to use as well as the tone on the side of the receiver
By David G on January 11, 2016
This unit does not seem to differentiate who the signal comes from. "One sound pattern to rule them all."
By Amazon Customer on January 11, 2016
You can use both transmitters at the same time if you setup both transmitters and the receiver to the same security code (vaguely mentioned in the instructions). However, no matter which transmitter is triggered the receiver will play the same tone. This setup is for someone with a circular driveway with two entrances … see more
By RCS1611 on January 11, 2016
From the product info it claims you can have two sensors linked to two receivers at the same time. So an option may be purchase two receivers and set different tones on those.
By Ahmad on December 26, 2017
Is this one really better than the others 1byone 35 miles thin antennas? like this one http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/b00rflxdii?ref_=cm_cd_al_qh_dp
It doesnt work in the Seattle area, even less than 25 miles from the broadcast station....
By TC on February 11, 2016
Not sure if that one is better, but I like what I bought. Decent reception, small, you can hide it behind picture. So a lot of benefits. You just have to make sure that 35 miles is enough for you to get a reception. Good luck.
By TIHOMIR KNEZEVIC on February 11, 2016
This one didn't work very well at all... my old rabbit ears still worked better.
By Joseph M. Mudd on February 11, 2016
Where does the push button go? How does it adhere to the outside of the house by the door?
I installed mine on a front wooden door. There is two screw holes on the back of the transmitter, with two screws included in the package. They provide very detailed instructions about how to mount the transmitter. Hope it can help you.
By Peter Friedlander on March 31, 2014