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When using a motion sensor having a microwave component, like the
DT-435, for example, will multiple sensors interact with one another?
That is, can I use more than one sensor in a large room?



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You can, but you must adhere to the installation instructions.

The question is:  How big is the room??  What do you need to protect in it
that you can't do with a system that's geared for perimeter?  Space
protection (IMO at least) should always be considered the "back-up" to a
good perimeter system.

The next quesiton is:  Why do you need dual technology sensors??  Have a
look at the Paradox series of digital infra-red detectors.  They're rock
solid.




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Yes.

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Robert L Bass

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Can you not get sensors on different frequencies as in the UK.
The one we use is available in three different frequencies.

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Sorry, no, the only frequency we can get happens to be the same freq as
Paul's wireless headphones, making them totally useless for detection.




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Plenty of signal coming out but no notice being taken of the incoming
signal. !




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Many years ago when single technology microwave detectors were in common use
you had to avoid placing one detector within range of another.  ISTR there
were some that could be set at different frequencies but I rarely used more
than one uWave in the same house.  Ultrasonics were much more trouble than
uWaves.

These days most detectors that use microwave are fairly safe to use in
proximity to one another.

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Regards,
Robert L Bass

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Bass Home Electronics
2291 Pine View Circle
Sarasota Florida 34231
877-722-8900 Sales & Tech Support
http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
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