Elk Products' new ELK-6030P motion sensor ignores the activity of pets to reduce the number of false alarms a security system generates.
July 16, 2013
Motion sensors are a great way to monitor and protect a property. The only problem with these products is when they are used in residential environments and the family cat or dog (or little Suzie) accidentally active these sensors and set off the alarm system.
Elk Products says its new ELK-6030P Wireless Pet Immune PIR Motion Sensor is immune to the problems of pets accidentally setting off the alarm system.
The new motion sensor can be used in conjunction with Elk’s M1 Cross Platform Control and ELK-M1XRFTW Two-way Wireless Transceiver to provide homeowners with a security solution that is engineered to be more reliable than traditional motion sensors.
Elk says it engineered the ELK-6030P to work in residential environments without the fear of household family pets accidentally triggering false alarms.
Other benefits of the ELK-6030P include:
- Weight limit up to 40 pounds
- Elk says it is easy to install with keypad initiated walk test mode
- The unit incorporates a convenience bright white LED with momentary motion activation during walk test mode
- the LED flashes during audible alarm activation
- The LED is programmable through “on” activation in the M1’s setup rules.