Among the most technologically advanced detectors available, the WS4904 achieves superior detection and false alarm prevention through digital signal analysis. Digital information is more accurately analyzed using software and is not subject to signal degradation caused by amplification, noise, distortion or signal clipping. The detector’s technology adapts to changing environmental conditions by adjusting critical detection parameters to provide improved consistency of detection over all temperature ranges. Pet owners looking to be protected from false alarms can choose the WS4904P model version, a detector that is immune from pets weighing up to 60 lbs (27 kg).
Patented Multi-Level Signal Processing (MLSP) provides for more accurate detection of human IR energy over a broad range of temperatures. It’s able to maximize catch performance while providing protection against false alarm sources such as radio interference, air vents and insects. Built with reliable 433 MHz technology, the detector features the latest low-power RF technology to effectively extend battery life. The PCB antenna design provides for more consistent performance and better coverage and sensitivity.
WS4904P replaces the WLS904PL-433
Based on the Bravo® 3D hardwire motion detector
WS4904P features pet immunity up to 60 lb (27 kg)
1 lithium battery included
Reliable 433 MHz technology
Digital signal analysis for consistent detection throughout the coverage pattern
Exceptional catch performance at elevated temperatures
Patented Multi-Level Signal Processing (MLSP) for accurate detection of human IR energy over a broad range of temperatures
Name: DSC WS4904P Wireless Pet-Immune Motion Sensor PIR 60 lb., Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Motion & Perimeter Sensors, PIR Motion Sensors
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