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Yale Intruder Alarm Motion Detector - 3 Pack AC-3PIR

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  • Value triple pack of 3 PIR Motion Detectors
  • 868 Mhz Frequency prevents wireless interference
  • 200 Metre range means out-houses and sheds are covered
  • Supplied with 9x AAA Batteries (3 per PIR)
  • 3x PIR Motion Detector
  • 9x AAA Batteries
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Key Features

  • Value triple pack of 3 PIR Motion Detectors
  • 868 Mhz Frequency prevents wireless interference
  • 200 Metre range means out-houses and sheds are covered
  • Supplied with 9x AAA Batteries (3 per PIR)

Wireless and easy to pair with Yale's Smart Home Systems, these PIR Motion Detectors, extend the System even further, meaning Outhouses and Sheds are all protected. Once motion is detected, the Alarm is activated.

What's in the Box

  • 3x PIR Motion Detector
  • 9x AAA Batteries
 

Tech Spec

General information
Brand Yale
Mounting type Wall/Ceiling
Power requirements Batteries
Connectivity
Wireless
Wireless range 200 Metres

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