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Hello everyone, first of all, sorry for my bad english. 

I'm in doubt between two sensor models: Rokonet RK815DTAMG3 and Texecom AMDT. The Texecom has the ACT (Anti covers, umbrella) technology or just anti-mask? Thank you.

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Six, you say the technology or the brand 'ACT'? No other manufacturer has the technology that detects the use of covers or umbrellas?

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Six, you say the technology or the brand 'ACT'? No other manufacturer has the technology that detects the use of covers or umbrellas?

 

The brand ACT, however, I haven't seen any other "Anti-Cloaking" detectors.

 

Why do you feel you need anti-cloaking detectors?

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Thanks, Six.

The place where I will install is high risk (jewelry). I've read the manual available on the Rokonet site but I can not understand if all Iwise have ACT or just a few.

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My opinion is if they have got into the premises to use an umbrella or cloak then the protection isn't correct.

Masking could be done days before a break in so AM is important here.

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Yes, it is also important. In fact, not only protects these ACT camouflage, but also an ambient temperature close to the human body. In addition to motion detectors, seismic be used (impact).

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iWise = bulletproof. Don't waste your time looking elsewhere.

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iWise = bulletproof. Don't waste your time looking elsewhere.

Had a couple of drinks tonight ? :hmm:

monitored-alarms.nsi-gold-approved.co.uk/

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Had a couple of drinks tonight ? :hmm:

 

 

I wouldn't agree, but to each there own.

 

 

Had a couple of drinks tonight ? :hmm:

 

are you 2 mental?  100's and 100's of these and not one problem (maybe 1 out of box failure).. best detector out there, no question.

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Can't talk for six but mental deficiencies has been suggested, yes :)


monitored-alarms.nsi-gold-approved.co.uk/

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Had a couple of drinks tonight ? :hmm:

 

and yes..

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100's and 100's of these and not one problem (maybe 1 out of box failure).. best detector out there, no question.

 

Same here for our preferred product, I don't see why I am being "mental".

Just like you don't do Scantronic we don't do Risk-o, the Rokonet detector was the nail in the coffin years ago.

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Plenty of evidence on here to suggest the iwise detectors are very popular.


"Bother!", said Pooh, as he found his smack had talc in it.

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We used to fit them, I rate them. Liked the fact the dt and quads look the same.

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Same here for our preferred product, I don't see why I am being "mental".

Just like you don't do Scantronic we don't do Risk-o, the Rokonet detector was the nail in the coffin years ago.

So you don't disagree they are good?

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Guys, thanks for the help. Reading an information about Texecon, found the information "pulse counter", what is it?

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So you don't disagree they are good?

I think there pants.

 

Guys, thanks for the help. Reading an information about Texecon, found the information "pulse counter", what is it?

Basically an adjustment for the PIR's sensitivity.

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SWB, stop winding Dom up.

 

Dom, if you lie the detector on your wrist, the pir LED will flash with your pulse.


I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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Thank you all. I chose the RK815.

A very (i)wise decision..

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