ERA-PIR-SPK is a Motion Activated Door Alarm Entry Alert Over Door with Built In Speaker
The ERA-PIR-SPK is a wireless, battery-operated Motion Activated Door Alarm, entrance alert with a built-in speaker that plays a sound when someone passes through the monitored zone emitted by the sensor. Simply install the batteries, mount the sensor above the area you want to monitor (typically a door), and adjust the angle. Choose one of three sounds you want the unit to chime. This is a great alert to use in a convenience store, shop or other location where you need a gentle sounding device, ideal to hear in a 3,000 sq ft. Perfect easy solution for doorways, hallways, or other areas where a door does not typically stay shut. *Note: for this product, sound comes from the speaker in the sensor. If you would like to hear the sound in a different location, please visit the ERA-PRDCR kit.
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When you need a motion-activated door alarm entry alert over the door or other areas, the ERA-PIR-SPK is an excellent choice.
Simply mount this device over a door or in the hallway, and when motion is detected, the built-in speaker plays one of three selected tones.
Entry Alarm Sound (Motion Activated Door Alarm) from ERA-PIR-SPK Requires No Remote Receiver — Sound Occurs at the Door
Simple to install and requires no maintenance, this unit produces a pleasant chime sound to notify you that someone has entered or passed through the monitored zone.
This is a great product for smaller businesses, retail shops, gas stations, etc., who want to know when a door is opened. Using a Motion Activated Door Alarm Entry Alert Over Door with Built-In Speaker is simple, effective customer service and security at a low cost.
Mount the sensor over the door using the included mounting bracket, adjust the lens angle to cover the area you want to monitor, install the battery, choose the sound (or use default sound), and complete the installation. When the sensor detects the combination of movement and heat (passive infrared, PIR), it triggers the unit to emit a sound.
The product works great for a door that does not stay closed or a hallway area. This product emits sound from the device using the enclosed speaker.
What makes it different from its sister product, the ERA-PRDCR, is that with THIS UNIT, a signal is not sent to a remote location; instead, the sound comes from the unit itself.
With the ERA-PRDCR, the sensor sends a remote radio signal up to 4,000 ft. away to the chime receiver, where the sound is heard.
See the Illustration Below for Common Use for this Motion Activated Door Alarm:
When a visitor passes through the monitored zone, the sensor unit will play the chime sound selected at setup (or use the default sound).
ERA-PIR-SPK Motion Activated Door Alarm Chime Product Features:
- The combination of heat and movement triggers a passive Infrared sensor.
- Powered by a 9V alkaline battery (not included) that should last approximately 1-2 years based on usage.
- Sensor/ Transmitter size: 2.5” H x 4.55” W x 1.52 ” D.
- Low battery indicator: when the battery level is low, the unit will play short “beep-beep” sounds (see user manual for details).
- Three sounds allow you to use multiple units and determine the triggered location.
- Ding Dong
- Ding Dong, Ding Dong
- 4-Note Westminster Chime
- The unit is programmed at the factory to play the “ding-dong” sound at the highest level.
- Four sound levels.
- Unit reset 5 seconds after the trigger.
- Mounting height will set the dimensions of the monitored zone (see table below for details).
- Manufactured by Safeguard Supply.
- One-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Click Here to Hear the Sounds of the ERA-PIR-SPK Overdoor Motion Sensor
Mounting the Height of the Entrance Alert Above Door Affects the Coverage Zone
Another feature of this product that distinguishes it from other PIR sensors on the market is the simple, but unique mounting bracket.
The mounting bracket is an aluminum bracket that allows you to tilt the sensor lens approximately 160 degrees to ensure the invisible beam covers the area you want to pick up.
For example, in a retail store, you may want to rotate the unit so that the lens is angled towards the door to minimize “bleeding” into the area with a lot of foot traffic.
This table shows the size of the monitored zone created. As the mounting height increases, the width and depth of the monitored zone increase.
The unit was designed to have a narrow zone depth in order to eliminate bleeding into areas you do not want to monitor, and false triggers.
In addition to the size of the zone, adjusting the angle of the sensor angle will also help.