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DO YOU need to detect movement (deliberate or otherwise) on items out in an open space?

Detecting the smallest of movements, the Livewire WTS-4331 Wireless Tilt Sensor can transmit a radio message to a receiver, up to 200 metres away, to raise the alarm. It is a simple, cost effective way of extending an alarm system where wires cant go.

The WTS is ideal for monitoring any movement or tampering with an object applications include vehicles, boats, jet-skis, farm bikes, building equipment, shipping containers, trucks, logistics yards, construction sites, tools, machinery, gates, artifacts and protected stock.

The device has a sophisticated self calibration feature which allows it to be mounted in virtually any position, making installation both simple and foolproof. It runs on a single lithium battery for up to three years and utilizes encrypted rolling code radio technology to ensure secure transmissions.

The WTS-530R receiver is a low-cost wireless alarm panel, compatible with the WTS-4331. It can operate in a standalone mode and drive local sirens directly or it can interface with any existing alarm panel and present the WTS-4331 signals as a remote zone to the panel.

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