Are you tired of incorrect alarms from your outdoor motion sensors? Does it look like pigeons zipping and leaves blowing in the wind set it off? The solution is to use more than one innovation in the sensor. Optex created this HX-80NAM to be mounted 8 to 10 feet off the ground, removing some of the ground clutter, and included two infrared sensors, one intended high and one aimed low. Both must identify a person in order to activate an alarm; animals will be sensed by just the low sensor, and therefore not activate an alarm. The sensing unit beams are greatly defined and can be fine-tuned to cover exactly the coverage location needed. Set the detection range to eliminate triggers by passing cars and trucks or individuals on a walkway. There’s a tamper switch and aux input, so you can connect two motion sensing units together and need both to sense an intruder prior to sounding an alarm. Digital Anti-Masking avoids disabling the PIR by putting a things in front of it; if anything is positioned too close to the lens for more than 180 seconds, a difficulty alarm is activated.
- Anti-masking innovation prevents sabotage
- Far away detection – as much as 80′
- 2 sensors to assist remove incorrect alarms
- Customizable detection locations
- Double signal processing reasoning