Honeywell Aurora Frequently Asked Questions

Where Should I Install My Motion Detector?
There are several things you should keep in mind when choosing a location for a motion detector. The ideal location for a motion detector is in the corner of a room and away from any windows. The device should be placed 6 to 8 feet off the ground. Learn more about where to install a motion sensor.
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How Does a Motion Detector Work?
Generally, a motion detector will function using one of two technologies. These technologies are passive infrared sensing and microwave doppler radar. Some motion sensors are dual-tech and utilize both of these technologies for detecting motion. Learn more about how motion detectors work.
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Will Curtain Movement Set off Infrared Motion Sensors?
Moving but otherwise inanimate objects, like curtains, in an empty room can activate an infrared motion sensor, causing a false alarm. Read on to find out why.
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How Does The Pet Immunity On A Motion Sensor Work
A motion sensor that has been set up for pet-immunity will look in such a way that it does not "see" a small animal walking by. Learn more about motion sensors.
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Are the Honeywell Aurora Motions Detectors Pet Immune?
Find out how to set your Honeywell Aurora motion detector to be pet immune for animals up to 40 pounds...
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How far our can a Honeywell motion detect movement?
Find out what the range is for your Honeywell motion detector.
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Can I adjust sensitivity on Honeywell motion sensors?
Adjusting the sensitivity of your Honeywell motion detector.
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Does arm stay mode disable motion detectors?
If your system is armed in stay mode, will your motion detectors set off your alarm?
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