Honeywell IS2535 Frequently Asked Questions

Honeywell IS2535 vs Honeywell IS3035
Two of the most popular hardwired motion sensors from Honeywell are the IS2535 and the IS3035. The IS3035 is newer and more powerful. Learn about these two motion sensors.
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What Is a Pet Immune Motion Sensor?
When a motion sensor uses "pet immunity", it will detect human walking upright, but not a small animal walking close to the ground. Learn about pet immune motion sensors.
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What Kind of Battery Does a Honeywell IS2535 Motion Sensor Use?
The Honeywell IS2535 is a hardwired motion sensor that receives power from the panel. It does not use a battery. Learn more about the Honeywell IS2535 Motion Sensor.
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What Is a Honeywell IS2535?
Users with a hardwired security system can install a Honeywell IS2535 to monitor for motion. The sensor offers two pet immunity options. Learn about the Honeywell IS2535.
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Do Pets Set Off Motion Detectors?
A pet should not set off a motion detector if the device offers pet immunity and has been mounted properly. Find out how to prevent your pets from setting off motion sensors.
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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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What is a Pet-Immune Motion Detector?
A Pet-Immune motion is a passive infrared detector designed to avoid false alarms caused by pets walking freely in the protected area. Read on to learn more.
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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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