Driveway Alarms

Driveway Alarms

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    Mier Products

    Mier DA066MP Wireless Remote Chime Transmitter

    The Mier DA066MP transmitter can be triggered by either by a signal sent to activate chimes or by pressing a button to manually trigger the chimes. It can be used as an add-on to the DA-500 or DA-600 Drive-Alert models in case a user decided later that...
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    Optex Wireless Chime - RC-20U

    Optex Wireless RC-20U Chime The Optex RC-20U chime features three chime tones and is capable of working with up to 12 Optex wireless transmitters total. The new Optex Wireless 2000 units are "backwards" compatible meaning they will work with all of the...
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    Mier Wireless Vehicle Sensor - DA-610TO

    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...
  • Mier Wireless Driveway Alarm - DA-100
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    Mier Wireless Driveway Alarm - DA-100

    Know when someone enters your driveway! The Mier DA100 wireless driveway alarm kit is perfect for monitoring driveways where it's not possible to run wiring to the driveway sensor. The DA100 uses a buried vehicle probe that connects to the wireless...
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    Dakota Alert

    Dakota Alert BBA4000 Beam Monitoring and Alert System

    Dakota Alert BBA4000 Beam Monitoring and Alert System Simple to install and requiring absolutely no wiring at all, the Dakota Alert BBT4000 is a solar powered wireless infrared break beam (photo beam) sensor designed to warn you of incoming visitors!...
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    Sure Action

    Sure Action Driveway Alarm - WP5C

    Complete Battery-Operated Vehicle Detection Probe Package. Sure Action's Wireless Probe System, with a 2000' wireless range means you can install a fully customizable vehicle detection probe system almost anywhere! There are many difficult...
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    Sure Action

    Sure Action Directional Driveway Sensor - SU-P8000

    Sure Action Inc's P8000 Directional Probe: Sure Action Inc's Directional Probe provides an installer with flexibility. By installing this probe, an installer can have lights turn on and a chime sound when a car enters a driveway, but only have the...
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    STI Transmitter Repeater - STI-34109

    STI Transmitter Repeater - Descriptions This device extends the range of the STI receivers up to an additional 1000 feet with no programming required. STI Transmitter Repeater - Specifications 1000' range 12 V AC/DC power no...
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    STI Wireless Driveway Monitor (solar powered) - STI-34100

    STI Wireless Driveway Monitor (solar powered) - Descriptions This solar powered Wireless Driveway Monitor detects when a vehicle enters or leaves your driveway. It uses a patented solar powered magnetometer sensor system. Movement of any large...

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.