Model # SK632

Internet #203446024

IDEAL Security Wireless Interior Sensor Alert
0056947600322

Discontinued IDEAL Security

Wireless Interior Sensor Alert

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Interior sensor alert. When the sensor alert receives a signal a distinctive beep will be heard and two LED lights will flash. No wiring, easy to install. 80 ft. range (sensor to receiver). Receiver features optional sounds for additional sensor connections (door, window, motion and flooding). Instructions, adapter and fasteners included.

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Name Residential Wireless "RF" Motion Sensor Wireless Interior Sensor Alert Siren Plugin Module Portable 4-Zone Motion Sensor Alarm
Brand IDEAL Security IDEAL Security Insteon IDEAL Security
Ratings (8) (0) (0) (1)
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Field of View 90 Degrees 90 Degrees
Wired or Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless
Features No Additional Features No Additional Features Mult-Alarm Settings 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,Infrared
Included Batteries,Battery Back-Up Battery Back-Up,Hardware No additional components or accessories are included Batteries,Battery Back-Up
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Is this product a remote sensor unit and a separate base unit?

Looking for an elder alarm that will alert me when mom swings her feet over the side of the bed, but which remains quiet in her bedroom
Asked by: John
The SK632 is a receiver unit. Six sensors (motion, contact, temperature, water...) can be linked to this unit. The motion sensor SK615 can detect IR changes in its monitor area. You have to aim the motion sensor quite accurately to a specific area for what you want to do. I doubt the SK615 plus the SK632 would do a good job for your application.
Answered by: IdealSecurity
Date published: 2015-10-13

Can you turn off all the sensors by a switch on the chime box? Or do you have to go to all the sensors and turn them off individually?

I am trying to figure out what would be the purpose of the remote controls?
Asked by: tinker
Yes, these are controlled wirelessly through a central box.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-09-20

how many decibels?

Approx. length of time of batteries
Asked by: patricia
it's approx. 90dB chime, not really an alarm. It has 6 different chime sounds.
Answered by: IdealSecurity
Date published: 2015-09-20
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