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NX-650 - GE Interlogix Wireless Door Window Sensor

NX-650 - GE Interlogix Wireless Door Window Sensor
Manufacturer:  GE Interlogix  SKU:  NX-650
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Performs just like I need it to. Haven't had a problem after over a year of use and battery life is strong.
Price:  $35.97

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Small size, easy installation and a cutting-edge design make the NX-650 GE Interlogix Wireless Door Window Sensor one of the best alarms sensors available for intruder protection. Every door or window of your home is a potential hot spot for a burglar. Protect yourself from the inside and provide your family with the best security for the home possible.

This alarm sensor installs vertically or horizontally on any flat surface. Simply mount it with double sided tape or screws and it begins regulating. It detects intrusion with a magnet and reed-switch mechanism that signals an alarm during unauthorized entry.

With a 5-8 year battery life and a reed sensitivity of 0.38 inches, this tamper switch sensor is both efficient and long-lasting for the do-it-yourself home or business owner who takes pride in the power of their home security system. Dimensions: 3.02in x 1.5in x 1.02in (81 x 38 x 26mm).

Other strategic locations to install this door/window sensor are jewelry cases, liquor cabinets, money safes and jewelry safes. Protect with the best and secure your peace of mind with the GE Interlogix Wireless Door/Window Sensor.

Specs:

  • Battery: 3.6 VDC. 1.8 Ah, AA lithium thionyl chloride
  • Transmitter Frequency: 319.5 MHz (crystal controlled)
  • Bandwidth: 24 kHz
  • Magnetic Sensitivity of Reed Switch: 10 to 20 amp turns
  • Reed Sensitivity: .38-in (.97-cm) gap with ITI magnet
  • Magnet Type: Alnico (permanent)
  • Operating Temperature: 10deg.F (-12deg.C) to 110deg.F (43deg.C)
  • Enclosure: ABS Plastic, Chi Mei Polylae PA-717C
  • Weight: 1.8 oz (51 g)
  • UL Standard: UL 1023
  • FCC Standard: FCC Part 15
  • Rating: (4.14)   # of Ratings: 7   


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    1. OkanoganEd on 12/8/2013, said:

    Installed this sensor on garage doors 2 years ago. Easy install and reliable reporting for past two years.

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    2. MikeA on 3/20/2013, said:

    A bit bulky, but it works great. I use this sensor on the first floor windows. I use it in combination with an external NC reed switch. I use it on "single hung sash" style windows (very common windows). I have the unit and reed switch sitting on the top of the lower pane, with the magnet mounted on the thin trim of the bottom of the top pane. When the window is closed, everything meets up at the middle. There is just enough room to do this. It's a nice, neat setup! Also, the unit is VERY easy to open if you read the instructions.

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    3. GM on 11/28/2012, said:

    great choice for both interior and exterior doors. Have also used for casement windows. Good range and easy to open and setup by reading the instructions. Also have 11 Micro sensors on other windows.

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    4. Anonymous User on 4/9/2012, said:

    If it was a little bit less bulky I'd give this a 5th star. I've had 11 of these in use at my home for over 10 years and never had any problem with them. Have changed the batteries just once, about a year ago, so I got 9 years from them. Tip: if you put multiple magnets on a window you can protect yourself with the window closed all of the way (normal position) or open a bit but still too small to squeeze through.

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    5. Gary on 2/8/2012, said:

    Sensor works great!! Sensor worked at a gap distance of over 1inch, which really helped with a few difficult installations. Some complained that the sensor was difficult to open, but if you refer to the direction you will learn that the sensor opens easily by squeezing the cover.

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    6. Anonymous User on 10/7/2010, said:

    This has got to be one of the hardest devices to prop open for tripping and battery replacement. Almost broken my nail or the actual unit trying to open it. Use double-sided tape instead.

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    7. James on 8/30/2010, said:

    Very large but it works

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