Yes, up to two probes may be wired in series to protect two areas by wiring them in series (wire the black wire from one probe to the red wire of the other probe and then use the two remaining wires to connect to the controller.. However, there will be a reduction in sensitivity so […]
There are two quick and easy fixes for this. 1. Change the battery, we cannot over emphasize the importance of having a BRAND NEW, 9V, good quality (Duracell, Energizer etc.) battery in these transmitters, they can be quite picky. 2. Set all of your switches in both the transmitter and chime (the switches which control […]
My MURS Basestation and/or Handheld Receiver are playing static instead of the voice alert. What causes this?
The MURS Systems store the audible voice alert on the transmitter boards located inside the driveway SENSORS transmitter box. If every time the sensor is activated the receiver sounds static instead of the voice alert it is the sign of a weak wireless signal arriving at the receiver. The two most common causes of this […]
Supervised sensors allow the WB800 to monitor for the sensor wire being cut or damaged as well as water incursion. The WB800 will accept up to 6 standard sensors per zone or one supervised sensor per zone. Supervised and standard sensors may not be mixed on a WB800. WB350s and WB200s only use standard sensors […]
Most driveway alarm probes should read about 800 ohms across them when tested under non-alarm conditions.
When the DA-500’s built in Whistle is ON the relay will be putting out 24VDC. When the Whistle is set to OFF the relay is a dry contact relay meaning there is no voltage being output.
Yes, the driveway sensors can transmit their alarm signals to as many chimes/receivers as you like.