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60-886-95 - GE Interlogix Crystal Wireless Shock Sensor

60-886-95 - GE Interlogix Crystal Wireless Shock Sensor
Manufacturer:  GE Interlogix  SKU:  60-886-95
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The sensitivity and sophistication of this sensor detector is absolutely amazing! I've come to know it as my peace of mind back-up plan!
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GE Interlogix Wireless Shock Sensor

  • Internal reed switch
  • Tamper switch


The Learn Mode Shock Sensor has the following three main

  • To detect the vibrations made by an intruder trying to break a window or door.
  • To detect a window or door opening.
  • To detect tamper situations, such as an intruder removing the sensor cover.

Vibrations cause a momentary open circuit in the shock element of the sensor. The circuit closes again when the vibration stops. The sensor microcontroller "sees" the open/close action as a pulse, causing the sensor to transmit an alarm signal. The sensor has two different detection modes:

  • Gross Attack - detect a violent blow sufficient in length to trip sensor.
  • Pulse Count - detect a sufficient number of less violent blows (rapping or tapping).

The sensor includes an internal magnetic reed switch that must be disabled if it is not used.
A cover tamper provides additional security if an intruder tries to disable or damage the sensor.

Rating: (3.00)   # of Ratings: 3   

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1. Matt on 10/15/2012, said:

Not the greatest shock sensors out there, sometimes a loose screw inside holding down the wiring going to the ball bearing sensor can be loose and cause false alarms. Plus that sensors has to be orientated up if you turn the sensor to the side or upside down. Week magnets. Only two sensitivitie settings

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2. Michael on 12/24/2010, said:

Great product. i have 20 of these on all my windows and they are very sensitive (in a good way) if you bang on the window they go off with no delay at all :) very responsive, and i dont ever have false alarms with these

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3. Jeffrey on 7/12/2010, said:

I have 8 of these. 3 go off for no reason. I adjusted the sensitivity, I disabled the reed switch, changed the battery, uninstalled them and put them on a shelf and they still go off about once a week. I had to remove them from the sensor list. The other 5 work great.

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