Wireless Motion Detector 50% OFF** (Retail $85) ** Purchased with Full System, while stock last
Control Panel x 1 Wireless Door/Window Contact x 1 Wireless Pet-Immune PIR Motion Detector x 1 Wireless Remote Control x2 RFID Tag x2
Model No. CC-A11 Power Supply Input: AC 110V-240V, 50/60Hz Output: DC 12V 500mA, 6Wh Standby Current < 90mA Alarm Current < 300mA Backup Battery 2 Cells of 3.7V 800mAh Li-ion Battery(BL-5B) Internal Siren Volume 95dB Radio Frequency 315MHz or 433.92MHz Maximum Stored Phone No. 6 alarm Phone No. and 2 CMS No. Maximum Remote Controls 10 pcs Maximum Sensors 50 pcs Maximum RFID Tags 50 pcs Maximum Event Logs 150 events Housing Material ABS plastic Operation condition Temperature: -10ºC~+55ºC Relative humidity: < 80% (non-condensing) Dimension (L x W x H) 185x130x27mm
Pros of Wired Alarm System
Do it for once and last 30~50 years. Very Stable – No False Alarm with good workmanship.
Not easy to damage or destroy by Intruders.
No Blind Spot – wired system works consistently, can cover a large area with your system (because a wireless network can only extend so far), making hardwired security ideal for people with big houses.
Cons of Wired Alarm System
Cost of Installation fees is much higher than Wireless.
Messy Dirty wiring, casing.
Usual, need a Professional to configure the Alarm system.
Pros of Wireless Alarm System
Can easily DIY or self-install.
Able to add more Sensor Components as when we require.
Could send signal from building to building, across river and roads.
Easily link up as Smart Home to control Lighting, Aircons, TV, Heater.
Cons of Wireless Alarm System
Could be crash by a Signal Jammer or Hacker.
Can’t work when there’s Walls, Building and Blink Spots.
Easily crash with other Wireless Interference.
Except with AC supply, usually by batteries, only last 1~3 days when AC cut off, need regular maintenance.