Driveway Alarms

Driveway Alarms

  • Mier Driveway Alerting System - DA-500
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    Mier Driveway Alerting System - DA-500

    $323.10
    The Original Drive-Alert The DA500 Drive-Alert Vehicle Detection System includes a control panel with an internal alert whistle, a sensor, and 100 feet of cable. Other lengths available from 10' up to 1500'. See our Options and Accessories for longer...
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  • Mier Wireless Vehicle Sensor - DA-610TO
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    Mier Wireless Vehicle Sensor - DA-610TO

    $350.10
    The wireless DA-610 sensor/transmitter detect vehicles as they pass within 15 feet (30 foot diameter), and then transmit a signal to the control panel/receiver. The sensitivity of the sensor/transmitters can be adjusted as low as 6 feet, which is ideal...
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  • Mier Wireless Driveway Entry Alert - DA-600
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    Mier Wireless Driveway Entry Alert - DA-600

    $323.10
    The Model DA-600 Drive-Alert is a direct wireless replacement for the original hard-cabled DA-500 model. The wireless DA-610 sensor/transmitter takes the place of the cable and sensor used with the DA-500. The receiver operates on 110 volts AC with an...
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Driveway Alarms and Drive Thru Alerts

There's nothing worse than having a visitor sneak up on you, or missing a customer because you didn't realize they had come and gone.  With a larger property you may also have nosy guests or thieves looking to steal from you.

There are many different styles of driveway alarms, motion sensing alerts and drive thru alerts.   They are 3 popular styles of driveway alarms and drive thru alerts:

  1. Motion Sensing - These systems will be triggered by any warm body moving in front of the sensor including vehicles, people and larger animals
  2. Magnetic Probe - These sense changes in magnetic fields created by the movement of larger metallic objects like cars or trucks.  They can also detect moving industrial bins for garbage or storage.
  3. Rubber Hose - These use a rubber hose laid on the ground.  Moving air from the hose when a vehicle passes over it will trigger the alert.

Regardless of the style, when motion is sensed, a signal is sent to a control box that will typically play a chime or warning tone in one or more locations to alert staff, residents or owners.   In some cases the systems can also be connected to remote telephone dialers, email or text message alerts, as well as local sirens or strobes.