|Package Height||5.5 x 12.1 x 17 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.5 pounds|
PiSECTOR GS08 series product is 3G/4G cellular device to provide better signal reception, landline priority dial to save your valuable money, support most major GSM signal provider around the world, If you want to become alerted via landline only, then no requirement for a Sim whatsoever.
# 50 wireless zones which can named each sensor with up to 28 characters to help identify them easily for later editing with auto-search feature or alarming .
# As much as 2 wired sensors you can be used as your overall wired sensors or no.
# Do-it-Yourself use a full-scale monitored alarm in your house without incurring pricey monthly charges. To arm disarm, you just enter your individual code or make use of the keychain transmitter.
AC-Electricity adapter, INPUT 100V-240V, output 12V 1.2A
Motion sensors use 3V CR123A battery by having an Brought light to point if battery is low.
Door sensor use 3V CR2450 battery by having an Brought light to point if battery is low.
Motion sensor range to primary unit 300ft, recognition range 25-35ft open area, vertical: 60", horizontal: 110¡ã
Door sensor to main unit wireless range 100ft (no obstacles)
Wireless communication frequency: 433MHz +/-.5MHz
01 X Main console
01 X Extra Wireless Keypad
03 X Intellegent motion sensors
09 X Window/door sensors
01 X Wireless Transmitter
02 x RFID Door Access Keychain Tags
01 X Wireless Strobe Siren
03 X Remote Controllers
01 X AC DC Adapter
02 x Pisector window stickers
01 X Pisector yard sign board
SIM CARD NOT INCLUDE
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Shipping Weight: 5.5 pounds (View shipping rates and guidelines)
Item model no .: GS08-L
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (37 testimonials)
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Date first offered at world wide web.21pw.com: March 3, 2012
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
good values and packed with nice features By Gadgetman VINE VOICE on April 15, 2013
I lately switched my landline to Voice over internet protocol and found compatibility difficulties with my current alarm company's system which complains concerning the line not detected from time to time. After looking around for upgrades to systems which reliably support non-landline, I discovered that I must pay enough money for that system upgrades plus 50 - 60% rise in my monthly home alarm monitoring bill.
This PiSector is a fairly solution because it provides both GSM and phone line (which fits for Voice over internet protocol phone) support with low monthly costs. The machine can also be packed with many different nice features that we would share some details below. The primary down side with this particular method is the poorly written installation instructions. The support services are great in supplying help I desired to completed cellular phone.
Here is a summary of the key products features
- Fully programmable zones. The systems support 10 zones with a maximum of 10 devices (Wireless Switches, smoke alarm, motion sensors etc) per zone. The product includes 10 pre-programmed wireless contacts, 5 on Zone 1 and 5 on Zone 2. If you wish to re-programm them to suit your house's layouts, you can either delete the Zones and reprogram each of the contacts or reset the system's configuration to the factory default mode (that was the choice I made use of). The instructions didn't specify such a task clearly. For every Zone, we could set them in a variety of ways (for example delayed alarm, siren enable, zone category etc)
- Remote key fops which let us arm and disarm simply by pressing a control button. You might arm and disarm the alarm remotely by calling the telephone number connected using the system.
- auto-calling features. Fundamental essentials most significant features and they work perfectly. Read more › 3 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback...
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Does Not Dial Out As Claimed By D Shaw on September 25, 2013
I had been searching for an alarm system which i can use and avoid having to pay individuals absurd monthly charges for an alarm company after i found this technique. It had great reviews and I figured I'd found the solution.
However....The very first factor that concerned me was after i observed that there wasn't any instructions. Rather there is a "Quick Start" sheet with fundamental instructions that also gave an internet site address where we are able to download the consumer manual, really?? The 2nd factor I that concerned me was after i plugged the system set for the initialization process the read out was at Chinese. Not an issue, but since i have don't read Chinese I known as Pisector and they could walk me through the entire process of altering the word what to British. Fair enough.
Then i ongoing with the Ramp Up guide and connected the system to some landline since I haven't yet obtained a sim and unsure I would. (This Technique Should Really SUPPORT Landline / GSM OR BOTH) Like a test I attempted calling on the system by hand as recommended within the QS but the system wouldn't dial out. I attempted a number of different configurations but still nothing.
again, I contacted PiSector, by email this time around and I received an answer in the same person who solved the problem using the language, (I understand because she pointed out it) she recommended which i give them a call to go over, that we did. (Seemed like exactly the same person again, now I am believing that they merely get one repetition). In either case, she explained when the machine is just linked to a landline and not really a cellular line that it'll only dial out if the alarm is tripped. Err. It sounded just a little suspect but I gave it the advantage of any doubt.
I setup the machine to the stage which i could trip a security and I attempted again.....still no calling out. Read more › 10 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback...
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Pros and Cons By Customer on May 23, 2013 I've four Pisector systems in four different houses and I'm able to share what I learned to date. This can be a dream become a reality, as lengthy because it works, and as lengthy while you psychologically get ready towards the task.
I couple them with Zmodo video monitoring system (see my other review), and didn't have problem to date aside from certainly one of my tenants stealing the whole Zmodo system. The idea is the fact that a perp would trigger the alarm, and a police unit wopuld arrive prior to the perp could take away the DVR, therefore we a minimum of get their videos, and they would not have plenty of time to result in lots of damage.
Sensor placement: Watch out for heat and metallic surfaces when placing motion sensors. Don't allow them use whatever from it. PIR (motion sensors) are just like thermovision cameras: they sense sudden alterations in heat configuration they see. Which means you need to avoid them seeing any shiny metal surfaces which may move or send mirror-like reflections (for example I.e. aluminum film on thermal insulation). I'm a freak having a $5k thermal imager, making my job positioning the PIR sensors simpler, because I can tell what they see. Watch out for firmness from the surface, e.G. PIR sensor placed close to the demising partition discontinued whenever the tenant within the adjacent unit hit the wall together with his bed.
door sensors: Door sensors tend to be more reliable than PIR sensors however, don't use the double side adhesive tape they have, it's low quality and will loose adhesion generating a minumum of one false alarm once they disappear. I personally use 3M double side tape, which disadvantage could it be peels away the normal paint, so strong it holds.
Important sensors: i.e. water sensors: Double them, they're that hard to rely on. Read more › 6 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 37