- Buried driveway probe won't send false alarms to transmitter
- Transmitter sends radio signal to receiver up to 3000 feet away
- Four different tones alert to breaches from up to four different transmitters
- Manufacturer: Dakota Alert
The Wireless Probe Driveway Alert comes with 50 feet of direct burial wire connecting the probe to the exterior case. The probe is buried parallel to the driveway, and will detect vehicles passing by within approximately 10 to 12 feet. The direct burial cable can be run to a tree or post nearby, where the transmitter box is located. When a vehicle drives by, the transmitter will send a signal to the receiver up to 3,000 feet away.
The receiver plugs into a standard wall outlet and can be placed on a table or mounted on the wall (mounting materials sold separately). When the receiver gets a signal from the transmitter, one of four user-specified tones (Classical, Westminster Chime, Ding Dong, or Whistle) will sound for a few seconds. There is also a volume control, allowing you to set the sound to the desired level.
Up to four different zones can be monitored by adding additional transmitters (sold separately). The transmitters can be programmed so they will each sound a different tone at the receiver. Extra receivers are also available to be purchased separately put them in several rooms in your house, so you'll always know the instant someone drives onto your property.
A wireless alert system is also available with a motion detector. Its transmitter has an internal passive IR motion detector that can sense the presence of people or cars up to 80 feet away.
- 50 feet direct burial cable
- DC adapter
- Transmitter instructions
- Receiver instructions
|Manufacturer Part Number||7313|