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Interlogix Learn Mode Shock Sensor


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  • Shock sensor microcontroller can detect both violent blows, as well as continual tapping or rapping
  • DIP switch settings offer convenient adjustment of pulse count, violent blows and the ability to ena
  • Tamper switch detects potential disablement or damage to the sensor by an intruder
  • A wide range of installment options
  • Transmitter Range: 500 feet open air
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Interlogix Learn Mode Shock Sensor + GE Security Interlogix NX650 Wireless Door Window Sensor + 80-649-3N-XT - GE SIMON XT WIRELESS Security System
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003Y00ZK8
  • Item model number: 60-886-95
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 4, 2009

Product Description

Designed for use with all Interlogix control panels, the Learn Mode Shock Sensor is an excellent frst line of defense by detecting the possibility of an intrusion due to forced entry. Featuring a unique, advanced microcontroller, the wireless sensor detects vibrations made by an intruder when trying to break or open a window or door before they enter the premises.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. pierce on February 12, 2012
I initally bought 12 of these. For about almost a year they all worked perfectly then over the course of the next 2 years, one by one they started to trip for no reason. So far I've replaced 6 of the 12 so now I've bot a total of 18. There's no pattern which or why they go bad. Some of the newest ones have only lasted 6 months, and some of the original 12 are still working fine. It doesn't matter whether I decrease the sensitivity or disable the reed switch, change the battery, even remove from window and sit on a shelf. Once it starts tripping for no reason, it will never stop. Sometimes they will take 1-2 days to trip but once they start, no amount of tweeking stops them at $65 each trust me I've tried everything!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Missy on September 4, 2011
These are the best protection on the alarm market open and close with glass breakage.I own and operate my own security business and install these in just about every customers home after I show them how they operate..there are secerts to installing these (shock sensors)when mounted on a flat surface with cover facing up nothing needs adjusted. when mounted on window frame for example. there is a adjustable postion box that says sensatrol that must allways me mounted so you can read it if you flip the sensor.. flip the box, so you can still read the box correctly...that is the secret..if you do not do this these sensors will false..alot...the dip switches have nothing to do with the sensor falsing that has to what it is sensing repeative hits or blunt force. but dont be afraid of them they are great sensors for your home or business you cant beat these for the money. JUST MAKE SURE TO READ INSTRUCTIONS THOURGHOULY if anyone has any questions please feel free to contact us with a question. Thanks All in on Alarms
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tomjonesrocks on April 19, 2011
Unforunately, some of these sensors manufactured will throw false alarms constantly. I disregarded these reports hoping I'd get a good one, and I did not. After getting daily false alarms after installing this I took it off the window and placed it in an area I knew would not be disturbed and it still went off daily, even after trying disabling the reed switch and tuning the sensitivity down as low as the device will allow.

I have other versions of these sensors that work OK--but from what I read as many as 1 in 2 of these will shoot off false alarms left and right. Thus, I'd recommend you steer clear of these unless you get them locally and can easily return them when you get duds.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brenda Littlejohn on July 24, 2013
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I ordered 2 sensors that were sold to me as new. The boxes they were shipped in were very worn and looked used and did not have a seal of any kind on them. The sensors were scratched and appeared used. Two days later the sensor started going off at random times for no reason. We checked everything in our system, called GE for help with the system and was told it had to be the sensor. Since it was new, it was frustrating to say the least. We tried the second sensor and within a few days, the same thing happened again. I have emailed this seller twice with no contact whatsoever. After having an alarm system that did not work for several months, we ordered a sensor from the same place we bought our system. Everything is fine and no problems with it going off. We had received 2 defected used sensors. I would not buy from this seller, as if you have any problems, you are just stuck. Beware!!
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