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The Gizmobaba hi-tech Security System for Homes and Offices

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Published on Apr 8, 2013

How does it work?
The device has a PIR (Passive Infrared) Sensor, which sends out an Infrared signal every 2 seconds. This signal is invisible to the human eye. If any person or object comes in the path of this sensor, a very loud alarm siren starts sounding. The alarm has a VERY LOUD sound of 105dB. Do you know how loud that is? It is as loud as listening to a train whistle from nearby. It is enough to alert your neighbors and people all around.

This device comes with 2 remote controls. When you leave your home or office, just press the key on the remote control to activate the alarm. And when you return, press the button on the remote again to deactivate the alarm. Now, your home or office is as secure as a top museum. This is the same technology that is used to protect very expensive paintings and diamonds as seen in movies. Now you can afford it for your home too!

The device works using 4 AA Alkaline batteries (batteries are NOT included). So your area is safely guarded even if there is a power cut. You can also use rechargeable batteries.

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