Shock Sensors

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  • Ask: How does a shock sensor work?

    Answer: A shock sensor works by detecting the shockwaves that are associated with a window or a door being broken. When a large shock wave is detected, the shock sensor will activate. This will tell the shock sensor to send an alert to the alarm system to let it know about the situation.

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  • Ask: Are Window shock sensors any good?

    Answer: While we recommend the use of strong locks, window shock sensors can be a valuable addition to your security system. A shock sensor works in two ways. ... Movement detectors can be used instead of, or alongside, shock sensors but they are not suitable in rooms where pets might accidentally set off the movement detector.

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  • Ask: What is shock sensor P?

    Answer: The idea of a shock sensor is fairly simple: If somebody hits, jostles or otherwise moves your car, the sensor sends a signal to the brain indicating the intensity of the motion. Depending on the severity of the shock, the brain signals a warning horn beep or sounds the full-scale alarm. Advertisement.

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  • Ask: Can you add shock sensor factory alarm?

    Answer: with the shock sensor add-on your factory OEM alarm system will work just like an aftermarket alarm. Your vehicle will have rims, tires and glass bumper to bumper protection, no need to carry an extra remote control around your key chain.

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