World’s Smallest Perimeter Security Alarm (self re-arming!)




You have your campsite all set up, cooking gear, shelter, sleeping bag, ground pad, water purification, and food when you just leave camp for 5 minutes.  When you return , half of your gear is missing.  I guess you neglected to have some type of perimeter security to warn you that someone was entering your camp so you lost hundreds of dollars of equipment because you did not want to spend a few dollars on a 120 dB perimeter alarm.

1 for $29.95

2 for $54.95
3 for $74.95

This is the world’s smallest infrared motion detector with an auxiliary trip wire trigger built in.

Simply open the IR (infa-red) sensor cover which automatically converts to a stand for the alarm, flip the switch from “Off” to “Auto” and you now have 15 seconds to move away from the alarm.  After 15 seconds the alarm goes into PROTECTION MODE and will sound a 100 db alarm when it detects  motion within its detection range.  Once the alarm is triggered it will sound for 15 seconds and automatically reset itself into the PROTECTION MODE.

If you want to use a trip wire, either alone or in conjunction with the IR sensor simply secure your tripwire to the pin ring on top of the unit and run your trip wire.  Its that simple.

There is even a small LED flashlight incorporated into the body of the alarm to light your way if you need to set it up in the dark.

AND…when the power goes out at home this alarm is a great way to protect your backyard, garage or vehicle.

Size: 3″ tall x 1.5″ wide x 1″ deep
Weight: 4 oz.
Batteries: #357 or #LR44 (3)
Detection range: 12 – 15 feet
Alarm sound level: 120 decibels

Detailed operating Instructions
1. Place the mini travel alarm on a vibration-free, dry, flat surface within 10 feet of the area you want to monitor for movement such as a door or window.
2. Move the slide-cover down exposing the infrared sensor and the off/auto switch.
3. Turn the switch to auto, and the sensor will start detecting motion in 60 seconds.
4. If the IR sensor is triggered via movement detection, it activates an alarm lasting for 15 seconds and then automatically re-arms itself.