Interlogix 60-880-95 - Wireless PIR Motion Detector Reviews
Submitted on 06/08/2020 Alarm Grid
The Interlogix 60-880-95 is a wireless motion detection sensor that operates at the 319.5 MHz frequency. It is designed to detect movement or activity in a particular area. The sensor uses some advanced features like 4D Signal Processing and Undercrawl protection. This truly is a reliable and effective motion sensor that you can use with virtually any 319.5 MHz security system. But it also has some downsides, as it is known for being very pricey. And also the manufacturer, Interlogix is no longer in business in North America. But all things considered, this is a great sensor if you are willing to spend the extra cash. That is why we give it 5 Stars.
There are many things to like about the Interlogix 60-880-95. For one, the sensor is very easy to install and program, even for DIY users who are setting up their first system and sensors. The sensor is very reliable in detecting movement, and you can certainly count on it to effectively monitor your home or business. The 4D Signal Processing feature helps reduce false alarms by examining the size, speed, and shape of detected infrared energy to make sure it matches the typical energy signature of a human. The Undercrawl protection is also useful, as it allows the sensor to detect movement that occurs below. We also like the fact that the device allows for sensitivity adjustments by increasing or decreasing the pulse count.
There are some downsides to the Interlogix 60-880-95 that should be kept in mind. The sensor is very expensive, costing $116.99 at the time of this writing in June 2020. You can find many motion sensors with comparable performance for a fraction of that price. Also, since Interlogix is out of business in North America, it can be difficult to receive technical support regarding the product. But if you can overlook these factors, then the Interlogix 60-880-95 is a great product. It gets 5 Stars from us.
Good: Easy to Install & Program, Reliable, 4D Signal Processing, Undercrawl Detection, Adjustable Pulse Count
Bad: Expensive, Interlogix is Defunct
Bottom Line: 5 Stars