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Guardline Wireless Driveway Alarm w/ Sensors: 3x Sensors $68, 2x Sensors EXPIRED

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Antiope Corp via Amazon has select Guardline Wireless Driveway Alarm w/ Motion Detector Sensors on sale below. Shipping is free.

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Available:Features:
  • Plug-and-play device, installs in minutes.
  • Expandable up to 16 sensors and unlimited receivers for complete coverage of your property.
  • Detects motion in up to 4 different zones, and up to 4 sensors per zone.
  • Sensor runs on (4) AA batteries for up to one year. Low battery indicator included.
  • Receiver can be plugged in using included AC adaptor. Can also run on (4) AAA batteries as backup in case of power outage.
  • Sensor can detect motion up to 40 ft away.
  • Receiver includes a 12-volt relay to add wired external alarms, chimes or bells.
  • Match different chimes with different sensors around your property to differentiate where motion is being detected.
  • Loud & adjustable volume.

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Guardline Wireless Driveway Alarm - 1 Motion Detector Alarm Sensor & 1 Receiver, 500 Foot Range, Weatherproof Outdoor Security Alert System for Home & Property

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spaceistheplace asked this question on 06-21-2021 at 10:04 AM
06-21-2021 at 10:04 AM
These can close a circuit or output 12v. I have mine tied into a SmartThings door switch so when the chime goes off, it triggers the door switch on SmartThings and sends me an alert. It works great, less than a second delay. If you want multiple zones though, this one can’t do separate outputs for each zone, that’s my only regret with buying this model.
06-21-2021 at 10:04 AM
Connect something to the 12v relay port. I have a zwave MIMO device (multi-in/multi-out) that could detect the 12v signal. Same kinds of devices exist for wifi.

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We and several family members have been using these motion detectors from Harbor Freight [harborfreight.com] when on sale for $10 with no problems, but never tried them for 500 feet. The receiver that uses 3-C batteries has two sound levels with the high being a bit too loud unless using for camping to set up a perimeter for large critters or strangers at night. The transmitter uses 1-9volt and the cheap Sunbeam batteries for both last about 6 months with a lot of use. If you are going to use multiples, make sure to get different frequencies that are labeled on the back.

The rain cover on the OP is cool and not certain how the heat detection works, but it sounds good. The transmitters on either the HF or the OP light up on detection.... but to stay anonymous at night, I cover that light on the HF with a piece of black electrical tape. For this OP unit, the detection light is in the sensor and you cannot cover it.

A good price for three, I almost purchased the OP to have around, like in a couple spots inside the shop, or maybe for the distance, but I still like one receiver for one transmitter and the ability to keep anonymous in the dark. Like in the OP video, I am not carrying the receiver to the bathroom, but will hang one of the HF in the hall that on high, I can hear all over the house for the entrance door.
My driveway is about 400 long and I have a different style of detector that only alerts of metal objects so zero false alarms. No joke, one night about 10PM my wife and I were watching TV and the alarm sounded, saw headlights shine in the window, turned to my wife and said calmly, straight faced "it's on." Not sure why but I was serious as a heart attack! (Hopefully when the zombies come I too will have that level of stoicism) The car turned out my neighbor's guest had mistaken my driveway for theirs, no one had to meet my little friend and I don't have a solid coke connection so that part never happened either Wink
Mighty Mule Wireless Driveway Alarm
https://www.amazon.com/Mighty-Mul...B003765W0W

Otherwise with all the deer near me, it would be basically useless (for my purposes), as they would set it off a dozen times a day. I ended up buying a second base station so I could have one on each side of the house. If they are set to the same channel, the one sensor activates both stations. Downside of the magnetic style is it won't detect people but in the country that is less of issue than in the city.

Now this deal's motion detector style would be great for alerting of pool access if you had small children, blind alleys next to a house, rear doors that normally went unused, etc. But unless you have no deer, no trees / bushes that sway in the wind, etc I cannot imagine this style being anymore than a nuisance (in the country at least) which goes off all day and all night to the point you tune it out.

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We and several family members have been using these motion detectors from Harbor Freight [harborfreight.com] when on sale for $10 with no problems, but never tried them for 500 feet. The receiver that uses 3-C batteries has two sound levels with the high being a bit too loud unless using for camping to set up a perimeter for large critters or strangers at night. The transmitter uses 1-9volt and the cheap Sunbeam batteries for both last about 6 months with a lot of use. If you are going to use multiples, make sure to get different frequencies that are labeled on the back.

The rain cover on the OP is cool and not certain how the heat detection works, but it sounds good. The transmitters on either the HF or the OP light up on detection.... but to stay anonymous at night, I cover that light on the HF with a piece of black electrical tape. For this OP unit, the detection light is in the sensor and you cannot cover it.

A good price for three, I almost purchased the OP to have around, like in a couple spots inside the shop, or maybe for the distance, but I still like one receiver for one transmitter and the ability to keep anonymous in the dark. Like in the OP video, I am not carrying the receiver to the bathroom, but will hang one of the HF in the hall that on high, I can hear all over the house for the entrance door.
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Had a friend that had these years ago on a long driveway, great for if you want to feel like you are living like Scarface. LOL
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These are fantastic units. They really do have the best range and the battery powered sensors easily last for at least a year before needing to be changed.

These have stopped multiple thieves from breaking into cars in the driveway. The base units are very loud and one placed inside the garage can be heard in the driveway.
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Why is the list price for the receiver with 1 sensor says $149 while the receiver with 3 sensors list price is only $79?
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And what is the WiFi frequency range used by this item?
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And what is the WiFi frequency range used by this item?
These are not WiFi compatible. They connect via RF and not WiFi.
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What would be a similar setup in terms of functionality but that added a smart connection to WiFi for example ?
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I have one of these to know when animals come in my yard. So far it works great. I must have bought 20 of the Harbor Freight type over the years and no matter how much tape I used water got inside sooner or later and ruined them. This was a lot more, but in the long run with replacing the other type at least once a year I'll come out ahead.
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Thanks OP. I had a harbor freight one that kicked the bucket and had lots of false alarms. Never though of trying a better brand. Got the single sensor for $50. I'll use it at my center fence line for now then after getting a gate up will place it further back for deliveries.
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Had a friend that had these years ago on a long driveway, great for if you want to feel like you are living like Scarface. LOL
My driveway is about 400 long and I have a different style of detector that only alerts of metal objects so zero false alarms. No joke, one night about 10PM my wife and I were watching TV and the alarm sounded, saw headlights shine in the window, turned to my wife and said calmly, straight faced "it's on." Not sure why but I was serious as a heart attack! (Hopefully when the zombies come I too will have that level of stoicism) The car turned out my neighbor's guest had mistaken my driveway for theirs, no one had to meet my little friend and I don't have a solid coke connection so that part never happened either Wink
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the same deal as 2019, they still haven't come out with ANY integration?
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My driveway is about 400 long and I have a different style of detector that only alerts of metal objects so zero false alarms. No joke, one night about 10PM my wife and I were watching TV and the alarm sounded, saw headlights shine in the window, turned to my wife and said calmly, straight faced "it's on." Not sure why but I was serious as a heart attack! (Hopefully when the zombies come I too will have that level of stoicism) The car turned out my neighbor's guest had mistaken my driveway for theirs, no one had to meet my little friend and I don't have a solid coke connection so that part never happened either Wink
Which one do you have?
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Mighty Mule Wireless Driveway Alarm
https://www.amazon.com/Mighty-Mul...B003765W0W

Otherwise with all the deer near me, it would be basically useless (for my purposes), as they would set it off a dozen times a day. I ended up buying a second base station so I could have one on each side of the house. If they are set to the same channel, the one sensor activates both stations. Downside of the magnetic style is it won't detect people but in the country that is less of issue than in the city.

Now this deal's motion detector style would be great for alerting of pool access if you had small children, blind alleys next to a house, rear doors that normally went unused, etc. But unless you have no deer, no trees / bushes that sway in the wind, etc I cannot imagine this style being anymore than a nuisance (in the country at least) which goes off all day and all night to the point you tune it out.
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