Barking Dog Intruder Alarm Used with Motion, Vibration Sensors
Many burglar alarms are just simple alarms that activate when a window or door gets opened by an intruder. But some of them are more sophisticated models that are triggered by an intruder’s movements around the guarded area. But none of them beats a motion-activated home security alarm that sounds just like a barking dog. Just hearing it can be enough to scare off a burglar.
Legally, burglars are not just thieves but criminals who break into other people's’ property to commit a crime, which could be assault, for example. And burglary does not always involve breaking open doors or windows, either. Entering another person’s property illegally through an open door is still burglary.
Many people install security devices only after having been burglarized. It is bad enough when your things get stolen, but since not all burglars are after your personal property, this means that a burglar could really be after you. This would be a home invasion, which is even more dangerous. So prevent criminals from entering your house in the first place with home protection products.
What is the most effective theft deterrent? A fierce barking dog. Now you can have both a great security alarm and a fierce barking dog in one device. Our Electronic Barking Dog Alarm is just that.
This fake barking dog alarm uses radar waves to sense movement through walls of wood, cement, brick, glass, and other materials. When it senses movement, this Barking Dog Alarm starts barking wildly. Any thief will think it is a real dog and will likely leave. Convicted thieves confirm that intruders logically won’t take chances with a fierce dog and would rather look for an easier, unguarded target.
But this barking dog alarm for door use is not just for scaring thieves away. It is also a pleasant-sounding chime that can tell you when visitors arrive or, if you are running a business establishment, it can inform you when customers walk in through the front door. It is probably the best electronic barking dog alarm around. Its radar range is 10 to 20 feet, and the alarm’s volume is adjustable. Remember, this device needs to face the area its guarding.
This device is a handy 6 x 7 x 4¾ and is powered by an AC power supply. You can also put in 8 AA backup batteries in case the power goes out. It comes with a remote for arming and disarming the device and for triggering a panic alarm. You can also connect up to 16 more sensors (HA-MOTION or HA-SENSOR) for guarding larger areas.
Motion detector alarms like this one, unlike vibration sensor alarms, are set off when they sense movement in the guarded area, which makes them very effective.
You can also add a Wireless Home Security Motion Sensor or Wireless Home Security Vibration Sensor to this device. The motion sensor detects motion from up to 8 meters off and has a 110-degree detection angle. The vibration sensor is a double sensor for sensing vibration when a door or window is opened.
Dimensions 6 x 7 x 4 3/4. Powered by AC power supply. Also takes 8 AA back-up batteries (not included) in case of power loss. Unit needs to face in the direction you want to detect motion. Detection is limited from the sides and rear.
The included remote control lets you Arm and Disarm the system, as well as set off a Panic alarm. You can also connect up to 16 additional sensors (HA-MOTION or HA-SENSOR) to monitor larger areas.