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Defender Frontline Wireless Driveway Alert System with Adjustable Sensitivity-DISCONTINUED
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Frontline Wireless Driveway Alert System with Adjustable Sensitivity-DISCONTINUED

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The first point of protection in your home security set up is the Frontline Wireless Driveway Alert System. Always be aware when guests or trespassers pull into your Driveway or enter a restricted area. Defender is a leader in home and business security solutions and now brings you this compact motion alert system for the peace of mind knowing that your property is safe.

  • Wireless transmission up to 300 ft. Enjoy the flexibility of installing your Frontline Driveway Alert sensor anywhere on your property up to 300 ft. 1 from your alarm unit, you can rest assured that the signal between your monitor and motion detector is strong and reliable at all times
  • Adjustable Sensitivity select your sensitivity level based on where your motion detector is located, choose to be alerted only by larger objects like automobiles or increase the sensitivity to include pedestrians, the sensor can be adjusted to detect motion up to 15 ft. away or boost the power and detect up to 30 ft. away
  • Weather resistant for outdoor use feel free to place the motion sensor outside near your driveway or in a restricted parking lot all year round, the motion sensor is made with weather resistant material that can withstand wind, rain and snow
  • Go completely wireless with batteries. This wireless driveway alert was designed to conserve battery life–in some cases you won’t have to replace batteries for over 6 months, when the sensor battery is low, the hand held receiver will alert you so you will always be protected, the receiver is powered with the included AC power adapter or batteries can be added for complete wireless functionality
  • Expandable up to 3 Sensors ensure that all areas of your property are secure by adding additional motion sensors, the receiver will notify you when motion is detected for up to three zones and indicates which sensor is sending the alarm
  • Zone control from the hand held alarm unit, you have the ability to turn motion detection on or off for each particular zone, this allows you to customize the zones you are monitoring throughout the day
  • Lifetime live customer support our customer support team can be reached by phone, by email and live web chat, our experts will be happy to assist you in English, French and Spanish

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Is there an audio alert/siren at the sensor or only at the monitor

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Waikoloa Village, HI, USA
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November 5, 2013
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The model we have only has an alert tone at the monitor.
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October 24, 2013
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The audio sensor is only at the monitor.
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September 4, 2013
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Only at the monitor.
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Plano, TX
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September 4, 2013
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Just on the receiver.
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August 19, 2013
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MONITOR ONLY
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August 13, 2013
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The audible alert is only from the monitor. The sensor does not emit any indication that motion has been detected.
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If I am only monitoring with one sensor, can I turn it off I desire. Do not want it coming on over patio if entertaining in the evenings.

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Waikoloa Village, HI, USA
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November 5, 2013
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The on/off switch is on the top of the monitor and is easy to access if the monitor is easy to access.
You can also turn the volume down.
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October 24, 2013
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You can turn the monitor to a lower level, or completely turn it off. You can also turn up to three individual zones on and off at the monitor, with a very easy to use switch system.
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Unit can use up to 3 sensors and there's a button for each on the monitor to shut each one off individually if desired.
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August 26, 2013
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Yes. The main unit has an on/off button along with an on/off button for each zone being monitored. The entire system can be disabled and any zones that you don't want the unit to respond to can be disabled individually.
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August 13, 2013
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The AL101 Driveway alert system allows you to turn off individual sensors directly from the monitor. This will prevent the alert trigger and can be easily turned back on when needed.
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How loud is the alert, will it wake you?

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Waikoloa Village, HI, USA
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November 5, 2013
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With the volume on high, it will definitely awaken you. The volume control is as on a portable radio; that is it is on a rheostat and has an infinite control of the volume. Not just one or two settings as many other alerts have.
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Unit has volume adjustability and it can go very loud. At medium level I can hear it throughout a 2600 square foot office.
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Might wake you if you're right near it.
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Perhaps if the receiver is next to your bed.
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Does the wireless signal work only by line of sight?

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I live on a steep hill & need detector at bottom, with alarm at top, approximately 200 feet up.
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Ours works at 100+ feet and through one exterior wall to our house. It is not "line of sight".
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The wireless unit that we purchased goes through several walls on the same level, but I cannot attest to a 200 foot change in height.
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No. It's a radio signal, not an infra red signal like your TV remote.
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August 19, 2013
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The sensor and receiver can communicate with each other through varying barriers and elevations, it does not need to be in open line of sight.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice product This wireless alert system works very well as presented. I was happy to find a unit that would allow the receiver to monitor multiple alert sensors, in this case three. The only negative is the very small screw that holds the outside sensor to the bracket. In my opinion this should have been a larger screw to make it easier to handle. If you drop the screw you may never find it. I went to the hardware store and bought some extra screws because I know that I will loose one at some point. It was not easy to find a screw this small. All in all, a very good alert system. I bought a second set so I would have an extra monitor and and extra outside sensor. May 22, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by NOt my first choice I wanted a driveway alarm that had an AC adapter for the alarm unit in the house. It's ok to change batteries in the sending unit in the driveway, but didn't want to mess with worrying about the inside unit. This Frontline has an AC power adapter, but the alarm signal was not loud enough for us (and we have an open concept house, so walls were not the issue) and the signal tone was a beep which sounded just like the coffeemaker when it's done. So I looked again and found the Chamberlain unit. Much better! Comparable price and improved alarm signal.. a loud chirping which is easy to hear all over the house. October 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home Security Isn't Complete Without It. Around 3:30 am, my Frontline Alert sounded. I expected to find a neighbor's dog, but instead, I saw headlights and someone standing next to my mailbox claiming to be delivering the newspaper. That's strange because I don't take any newspapers! I have several security cameras, but I can't sit and watch them constantly. After the car drove off, I watched to see if it went to any of my neighbors that do take the newspaper, but it didn't. I only have one system, but I'm going to buy an extra motion sensor to cover the other side of my property. With this bad economy and high unemployment, people are getting desperate and I feel much better knowing when someone is approaching. No home security system is complete without it. August 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Defender Wireless Driveway Alert is Awesome!! We have a lot of deer around my home and my girlfriend loves to watch them come up in our front yard!! I was trying to figure out a way to know when they arrive so we weren't tied down to watching out the front windows. I had some wireless alerts before for another use, so I thought I'd try them for a deer alert!! We set it all up, turned on the receiver, and it never ever lets us down!! Maybe not its original intended use.....but, we know exactly when the deer arrive and we've had so much fun with it all!!! :-) February 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works as advertised I placed one sensor near my garage door and a second sensor on a post that makes up a perimeter fence. I've found that the second sensor doesn't cover all the area I want covered so I will buy a third sensor to cover what I need. The battery life in the receiver is less than a week and then the AC adapter was used. I am totally satisfied with the product. I mounted both units with two nylon tie wraps instead of drilling holes. This makes it easier if I neeed to move them later. September 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for product This is a good product. As I was effected with storm sandy, and was effected with gas shortage. And was the only one on my block with a generator and about 40 gallons of gas. I felt much safer with the frontline system to tell me if anyone was to go in my yard or drive way. I have gotten two senors, to protect my driveway and shed. The added plus was the main alarm panel was portable. So I was able to take it anyway with me. A+ this is a prepper must have. I and going to order another sensor. December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product is as advertised! Read all the reviews and felt it should work so ordered and installed. Instructions were easy to follow and "Link" the detector to the receiver. Alarm volume is adjustable, zones can be shut down for known activity (to save batteries) and was not hard to test for best distance sensitivity. I did put black tape over the main on/off as we put the receiver in our bedroom. Follow the angle of receiver placement to expected motion to detect! Good value! October 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great We are using this alert for a distance of about 100 feet and through the wall of our house. The alert works well every time. We appreciate the volume control and the easily accessible On/Off button. We haven't tried the sensitivity control yet, but will try it in the future as the alert has detected a cat already. I also had to re-position it when it alerted from landscape plants during a high wind. Re-positioning cured that problem. November 5, 2013
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