Anti Masking Features of Motion Detectors
This is that anti-masking thing I was talking about. So it uses active infrared technology to detect masking. If it senses anything that's in front of the motion within two inches, like a reflective object, like aluminum foil, or if you spray the front of it with something like paint or hairspray or [INAUDIBLE] or whatever, then it has a circuit in it that can notify of that. You know, you could go and put tin foil in front of it and probably make it not work, but everybody would be able to tell that you did it. You know, that's why the hairspray thing was so cool. To clear an anti-mask condition, you have to remove the masking material. If it's a spray-on situation, where somebody put hairspray on it or whatever, then you have to actually replace it. OK, and that's where you enable or disable the anti-mask feature. So it can't just be white belt. It can't be. Well, in some cases, it probably can. But, I don't know, would you trust it? Uh, this white belt? Yeah? Because you can't really tell for sure where the stuff is. [INAUDIBLE] Yeah, you could. If you paint it, you're probably are not going to be able to get that off. [INTERPOSING VOICES] But yeah-- --could work pretty well. I think, yeah, I think that there are instances where you could probably reuse it.