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Passive Infrared Motion Detector

This wireless motion detector adds an additional layer of security to a home by alerting you when motion is detected.

The device can be set to chime and/or report detection to the central control panel. You can view these alerts remotely on your smartphone, tablet, or computer and even receive a text alert when the motion detector is triggered.

The passive Infrared (PIR) motion detector is wireless and wall-mounted for quick setup with a maximum sensor detection range of up to 30 feet x 50 feet. To prevent false alerts caused by a family pet the PIR detector is pet immune up to 55 lbs.

The device has a wireless RF transmission range up to 350 feet in open air and is tamper protected.

  • 90-degree look down, 110° spread
  • Lithium battery with 5 years life
  • 3 different mounting brackets

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