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Swann

Model SW351-KCG

Internet #202542560

Magnetic Keypad Door Alarm

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The door alarm comes with a powerful siren 110dB+ sounds when the door is opened. The passcode protection allows authorized entry and there are siren sounds when movement is detected by magnetic sensor. entry & exit delays make it easy for you to turn the alarm on & off.

  • Powerful 110dB+ siren sounds when movement is detected by the magnetic sensor
  • Passcode protection allows authorized entry
  • 2 Settings - chime sound (alert mode) & 110db+ siren (arm mode) selection
  • Best for sheds, garages, caravans, homes etc.
  • Requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included); low battery indication assists with battery change over
  • Entry & exit delays make it easy for you to turn the alarm on & off

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Can I use this in my truck?

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December 27, 2015
I'm an over the road truck driver and from time to time I need to park and sleep in some petty unsafe areas. Could I use this alarm on my driver and passenger doors while I sleep. I understand that the unit has a vibration sensor that could cause it to sound the alarm, but just exactly how "sensitive" is the vibration sensor? I need to know because my APU (think of a home furnace) starts my truck while I'm sleeping which will obviously cause my truck to slightly rock. When it does this, it causes enough rocking/vibration as a car engine does while starting the car. Basically, if you were to set the unit on a cars engine itself and then start the car, would it vibrate enough to sound the alarm?
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Swann security It was easy to put up. No drilling. I like the ease of setting it also. September 30, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nicely Priced Alternative Got these after my apartment was burglarized. I've had two of these for about 2 months now and the batteries just died (which may just be the brand of battery I buy and not an indication of the life of the alarm). I use them for the front and back door of my unit on the upper floor of a four-plex. I think these are definitely a good, economical alternative to purchasing a full home alarm system. The siren is VERY loud and piercing. Let your neighbors know you have it because it will certainly get their attention if you're not home and they can call the police. Whether your neighbors are on your apartment floor or in the house next door they'll hear it. The chime setting is also very loud if you want to use it for alerting you each time the door is opened (when it's in unarmed mode). They also come with security stickers that you can stick on your window. They say "Protected By Swann Security 24 Hour Video Surveillance". And since Swann is a legitimate video surveillance company, I feel better putting these on my window since burglars know the bogus security stickers (ACME etc.). The only small downside is that there are only 4 numbers to choose from for a code, so options are limited. This unit only takes alkaline batteries (3 AAA) so don't try to get extra life lithium or NiMH rechargables. Furthermore, I wouldn't recommend using Rayovac brand batteries either. They are supposed to last just as long as the leading brands but crapped out after 2 months. I find it hard to believe that Duracell or Energizer would do that. All in all, not a replacement for a full home alarm system but a nice compromise for those of us that can't afford it. November 5, 2011
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