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HTZSAFE Solar Wireless Driveway Alarm System- 1/2 Mile Long Transmission Range- 300 Feet Wide Sensor Range- No Wiring No Need Replace Battery- Outdoor Weatherproof DIY Security Perimeter Alert System

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  • WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATION(Driveway alert,Perimeter alarm and etc)- The infrared detection range of the solar sensors up to 300 feet,that means the infrared sensing terminals can be mounted up to 300 feet apart;and will send a wireless alarm signal back to the wireless alarm receiver up to 1/2 mile away anytime someone passes between the solar sensors(Actual range will vary depending on the local terrain)
  • NO WIRING NO NEED TO REPLACE BATTERIES- The sensors are self-powered by solar recharged lithium ion batteries;no need sunlight,the nature light on cloudy and rainy days also can charge the batteries normally; requires no wiring(both the power cables and signal cables)
  • LOWER FALSE ALARM RATE-The use of active and multiple infrared beams reduce false alarms from small animals and small objects such as birds and falling leaves;super infrared penetrating power reduce false alarms from the bad weather such as rain/fog/snow;infrared analysis technology reduce false alarms from the other nature light sources interference such as sunlight
  • DIY DESIGN,SUPER EASY TO SET UP IN MINUTES-No power cables because the sensor is solar powered;no signal cables because the signal is wireless transmission;so the installation time can be as little as a few minutes
  • FULLY EXPANDABLE SYSTEM- the kit includes 1 pair solar wireless photoelectric beam sensors and 1 piece AC/Battery powered new version alarm receiver.expandable up to 32 sensors and unlimited alarm receivers for complete coverage of your property. 4 volume levels adjustment and 35 ring tones optional. Match different ring tones with different sensors around your property to differentiate where motion is being detected
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  • Batteries ‏ : ‎ 2 AA batteries required.
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 42.67 x 39.88 x 8.64 cm; 2.43 Kilograms
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 22 February 2017
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ HTZSAFE
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07HSVMJPV
  • Item Model Number ‏ : ‎ 4040S+T001Q3
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.4 out of 5 stars 166 ratings

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5.0 out of 5 stars Works. No false alarms, which is excellent.
Reviewed in the United States on 14 October 2020
I spent the better part of an afternoon setting this up (working alone.) Below are my observations that I hope may help others. I've included pictures of the back of the transmitter and receiver to show the "T" and "R" that distinguish them. I didn't see these right away. I've also included a picture of the mounting bracket that I used in hopes of better explaining why the peepholes are not of much use with this installation.

Cons:
1.) By "sensitivity" is meant, apparently, the length of time in milliseconds (ms) that the beam has to be broken to trigger an alarm. The factory default is 200 ms and the directions say it can be set to 100 ms. If a 12 inch-wide person (profile view-no pot belly) walks at 3 mph through the beam, the beam will be blocked out for 227 ms which should set off the alarm. The same person, jogging at 6 mph (~114 ms) would not unless you set it to 100 ms. I tested this by walking through the beam slowly and quite fast. I could only get it to alarm by walking slowly (I didn't measure my actual speed.) To me, at least, the directions were not at all clear as to how to change the setting to 100 ms. I cannot understand why it would not be designed to be at the highest sensitivity be default (i.e. instantaneous) anyway.
When I first put the system up, I had it at about 5 ft. above ground. I drove through the beam on my UTV a couple of times at different speeds with no alarm. I think it was just my head breaking the beam. I moved the sensors down lower (to about 2 feet off the ground) and then I got consistent alarms.
Independent of this sensitivity, there is a delay from when the beam is broken to when the alarm is sent to the "base station." It appears to be about 1 to 2 secs. For me, this is not too much of a problem since my driveway is about 230 ft. long. For shorter distances it may be a problem for some. Again, I cannot understand why it would be designed this way.
2.) The "peepholes" for aligning the sensors are not of much use if you mount the units on solid posts. This is a little difficult to explain without a picture (I did include one), but if the mounting brackets are 90 degrees to the beam path, the units can not be moved enough in order to adjust and calibrate the system (the reason is the length of that little cutout arc). If, on the other hand, you mount the brackets "inline" with the beam, where they can be moved enough (as I show in the picture), then you can't see through the post to view through the peepholes. I had to sight them by standing back a distance from the sensors and "eyeballing" it. Mine are separated by about 25 ft. so that worked, but for a 300 ft. separation, I don't think you could do it.

Pros:
1.) I will say that the signal strength seems to be quite good. I have mine mounted about 230 ft. from my window where the base unit receiver is and I get the alarm every time. Transmission range was always a problem with other systems I tried. Not with this one.
2.) The alarm is quite loud which is very good. I have had other units, but I couldn't hear them from other parts of the house. There are many easily changeable and annoying alarm sounds. (I finally found one that I could tolerate.)
3.) The base unit will operate with 4 AA batteries (not included). You need this so you can take the base unit with you when you are setting up the sensors for testing and calibration.
4.) Customer service is excellent. Most businesses these days don't reply nearly as quickly as these guys do. That's a big plus. I emailed them and they replied straight away. That's the main reason for 5 stars.

All in all I'm happy with the system, the above cons notwithstanding. I bought the system to detect cars and delivery trucks coming on to my property and it seems to do that well. Most importantly, no false alarms like the proximity sensor systems that I've owned previously.

Update: 1/19/2021 -Highly recommended. This thing is working perfectly. Best feature is NO FALSE ALARMS!
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