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Comparable to the Mighty Mule Wireless Driveway Alarm Model DCPA-2500
The DCPA-2500 is wireless driveway alarm that is triggered when metallic objects enter the designated detection zone. (Does not detect people or animals). If you have heard of the "Mighty Mule" Wireless Driveway Alarm this product is similar but with some distinct advantages. Both products are wireless driveway alarms that use probes as sensors to detect when large metallic objects move through the detection zone. Both products will detect movement and send a wireless signal to a plug-in receiver.
At 1800doorbell, we believe the Dakota Alert DCPA-2500 is a superior product to the Might Mule driveway alarm for many reasons:
The DCPA-2500 continues the long range capability of the Dakota Alert 2500 series with an exceptional range of up to 2500 feet (depending on local conditions and terrain.)
This unit has a probe that you bury into the ground parallel to the driveway. There is 50 feet of direct burial wire from the probe that connects to the wireless transmitter. The wireless transmitter, when a metallic object is detected by the sensor, sends a wireless signal up to 2500 feet to the DCR-2500 receiver (included in kit.)
The receiver is powered by a transformer you plug into a standard wall outlet. The receiver has four distinct zones with a distinct chime sound per zone. The receiver also features four form "c" relay outputs and one 12 volt dc output which has an adjustable duration of up to 10 minutes.