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Jobar International RET3731 Driveway Patrol (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Driveway Patrol infrared wireless alert system
  • Use to monitor the mailbox, garage, driveway or countless other places
  • Battery operation and 400' range means no wiring is necessary
  • When a vehicle or person passes the sensor, the receiver emits an audible tone
  • Requires one 9 volt and three C batteries, not included
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Product Description

Jobar international ret3731 driveway patrol

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002Q6XWAQ
  • Item model number: RET3731
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (245 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,430 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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Customer Reviews

The first one I received had alot of false alarms.
Carley
The width of the laser makes anything passing near your driveway (car, bird, jogger) but not entering your driveway set it off.
George Sabga Jr.
Would not shut off, without removing the battery in the sender unit.
Charlie Holmes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By L. Walley on May 29, 2010
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For my situation...this product works great. A few false alarms, but I dont think thats the fault of the unit. Its just picking up motion from something I havent figured out yet. This unit does not come with an A/C adapter...it should. I will eventually get one. Ive had the patrol about a month now and I am very pleased with it. The only reason I dont give it 5 stars is the lack of an A/C adapter. Of course it would cost more, but I would have liked that option. Possibly another of their products does come with one. So far the batteries are lasting, time will tell how long, and certainly that is going to be dependent on how many times it goes off. There is no volume setting..you only have 3 settings...high...low...and off. That is not an issue for me. For the money this is a great product. It performs for what it is intended for and works for what I wanted it for...which is to alert me when someone enters my drive way. I wanted this unit because my car was recently broken into..I do expect that in the future this unit will alert me to intruders.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By 1-JoHn_1:9 on June 12, 2011
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After reading all the comments about false alarms in so many units I ordered two units. One came from the east coast and the other from AZ. Both arrived on the 4th day following my order placement. Each unit appeared in good working order when batteries were installed. (Note: When you turn them on there is a 15-30 second time frame to stabilize.) I placed one inside and one outside using one receiver. (Note: All driveway patrol units have ONE frequency that they use.) More on the in a minute.

After an hour I started having an increase in false alarms and realized that the unit outside was in direct sunlight and I placed a shade over the top. All false alarms went away after the 30 second reset period. In order to confirm this sensitivity to sunlight I switched the units and had the same result. The next thing I wanted to know as the actual area of coverage. Using the indoor unit I determined the area to be approximately 15 degrees wide for each unit. The farther away from the sensor you are the wider the area of coverage. (like a slice of pie) Sensitivity distance is dependent on the object size and speed of transition across the sensed area. More importantly, the difference in temperature (called the Temperature Differential or Delta 'T') between the local area (Ambient Mean Temperature - AMT) and the moving object has the greater influence on how each sensing unit "Decides" when to trigger an alarm.

For example: A person running directly across the path of the sensitive area will trigger an alarm far more often where-as a cat strolling across at an angle may not. Both of my units sensed my walking at a casual pace 50 feet away from the units. And both units triggered an alarm at 100 feet during the cool evening and night time hours from a passing car.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By JSC on September 29, 2010
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I bought this after reading the mixed reviews and decided to take a chance. In my situation it worked pretty well with few false alarms here and there. I installed it to a beam on the front porch, which alerts me anyone standing in my front door that didn't ring the bell. This usually applies to drop-off of smaller items from Amazon, and other carriers. Now whenever a packaged is dropped off without ringing my bell, I will know immediately when I'm home!

As for sensitivity, my porch is pretty much blocked off/closed off in most directions so it only has a small area to detect. Only one direction has a tree 30 feet in sight. There has been false alarm whenever wind blows hard enough to cause the branches and leafs to move. I understand this device has pretty good range, so that's understandable.

Do make sure you put in batteries that have similar charges left (or brand new). I first put any available batteries (including one that's 3/4 drained), and it wouldn't receive the signal from the motion sensor consistently. This warning is given in the small instruction manual, but who reads that first!
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Darren Bolden on September 5, 2010
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U.S. Patrol Driveway Patrol Infrared Wireless Alert System

The Driveway Patrol consists of two compact wireless units. One of them is a transmitter and the other one is the receiver. The transmitter has a motion sensor, and will send information to the receiver indicating that someone or something has activated it.

The transmitter encases the circuitry and one 9-volt battery in hard, durable plastic. The battery fits neatly in a small compartment accessible from the rear of the unit by removing a cover which is secured with two small screws. A rubber gasket prevents moisture from entering through the battery compartment. It is adviseable to remove the battery when the unit is stored for long periods. Included in the package are two screws which can be used to secure the unit to any wooden support of your house or mailbox. The sensor has a range of about 400 feet.

The receiver is also constructed of durable plastic. It operates on three "C" cell batteries, which can be easily accessed by sliding the cover towards the bottom of the unit. In addition, the receiver can also accept power from a 4.5 volt DC charger plugged into a wall outlet. When the transmitter signals that its beam has been interrupted, the receiver gives off a pleasant chime in two tones. The chime's volume can be adjusted for high or low.

Before permanently installing the transmitter, you should test various locations until you are certain it will not be activated by stray animals or vehicles passing along the street.

I researched the availability of the Driveway Patrol on the internet, and found that the most reasonable price ($14.60, plus shipping) was offered by one of the merchants on Amazon.com. I highly recommend the Driveway Patrol, especially because it can alert you not only about visitors, but also unwanted intruders.
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