Honeywell IS215T Frequently Asked Questions

Do Motion Sensors Work in the Dark?
Passive infrared motion sensors work by detecting changes in infrared energy. This allows them to work in the dark, Learn more about motion detection sensors and how they work.
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What Is the Range of My PIR Motion?
Every passive infrared (PIR) motion has its own range and field of vision. The range for one PIR motion can be considerably different from that of another. It is very important that you use a PIR motion with an appropriate range for the situation. Find out the range of your PIR motion.
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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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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 far our can a Honeywell motion detect movement?
Find out what the range is for your Honeywell motion detector.
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Should I use glass break detectors or motion sensors?
Glass break detectors and motion sensors provide two different types of protection, we explain the differences so that you can choose the right device for your alarm installation.
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How to wire a Honeywell IS216 motion detector?
Learn how to install and wire the Honeywell IS216 motion sensor.
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What's the price of Honeywell's IS215T PIR motion?
Where can you buy the Honeywell IS215T PIR motion detector and what is the cost.
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Can I adjust sensitivity on Honeywell motion sensors?
Adjusting the sensitivity of your Honeywell motion detector.
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What are DIP switch settings on a Honeywell IS216?
Learn how to set the DIP switches on the ciruit board of the Honeywell IS216 motion detector.
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