DC powered Intruder Alert Door & window pool alarm
At only 2.5 inches long, this window & door alarm can
inconspicuously protect your home from intruders or the door to the
pool being opened. This unit uses a magnetic sensor to detect the
opening of a protected window or door. A 90 dB alarm will then
alert you to an attempted opening or scare off potential intruders.
The owner may open the window or other protected object, without
setting off the alarm by switching it off. Once the deactivaction
switch has been switched back on, and the protected door or window
is opened, the alarm will sound until the switch is turned off
again or the door or window is closed. May also be used within the
home to alert parents to children opening a gun or medicine cabinet
or used to protect exterior doors, particularly those hard to
protect sliding glass doors. Great pool door alarm. Commercial uses
include showcases and cash registers. Long life DC battery powered
will work when there is no electricity! workable in ANY country
Batteries included. More than 900 children between 1 and 14 die
each year in drowning accidents. In California, drowning is the
number one cause of accidental death for children 1-4 years of age.
But, do you really need these statistics to convince you to do
everything you can to prevent this from happening to your child or
grandchild? In the State of Florida these are required on ALL doors
leading to a pool area whether or not a child resides in the home.
Additionally it can be used to alert a sleepwalker opening a door.
Suggested retail $39.99
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