Wireless Shock Sensor Alarm

Product description

Most security sensors trigger an alarm once an intruder has crossed the perimeter of your property. Shock detectors are different because they warn you of an attempted break-in before the intruder gains access, potentially reducing damage and loss.

SECOM’s wireless shock detector uses a piezoelectric sensor to precisely detect shocks while ignoring background vibrations. It is ideal for locations where cabling is difficult and can be fitted to windows, doors, walls and roofs. If a would-be intruder tries to forcibly enter your property, the sensor will trigger your alarm, remotely alert keyholders via the SECOM Smart Security app and notify our 24-hour monitoring centre.

Product features

  • Comes with 24/7 SECOM monitoring
  • Smartphone notifications
  • Ideal for locations where cabling is difficult or unsightly
  • Immune to most background vibrations
  • Protects windows, doors, walls and roofs
  • Suitable for a wide range of residential and commercial properties
  • Optional auxiliary input to connect other detection devices
  • Five-year battery life with normal use

Product specifications

Battery type:
3V Lithium CR-123A

130g (4.6oz)

Operating temperature:
-10°C to 55°C (14°F to 131°F)

118 x 27 x 30mm (4.6 x 1.1 x 1.2in)

Shock detection radius:

4m (13ft)

3.5m (11.5ft)

Brick/Concrete walls
2.5m (8ft)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a security shock sensor

Shock sensors detect impacts to windows and doors, alerting owners of an attempted break-in. Shock sensors are a valuable part of any security system as they can trigger your alarm before an intruder enters your property.

How does a shock sensor work?

Shock sensors detect significant shockwaves and smaller repeat vibrations to determine if someone is trying to force their way into your property. If the sensor detects the vibrations associated with a window or door being attacked, it will trigger your alarm system, notify keyholders and alert our monitoring team.

What does a piezoelectric sensor do?

Piezoelectric sensors convert physical changes in speed, strain and pressure into electrical signals. By detecting minute shockwaves, they can trigger an alarm if someone tries to break into your property.

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