Comparison Between IS3000 and the DT8000 Series Motions
You're not going to like, spend a lot of time on each [INAUDIBLE] of this. But this is just a comparison between the IS3000 series and the DT8000 series, which are these two. This is a 3035. This is a DT8050M. So we'll just going to quickly go through these so you get a better idea of all the features that they have. So four models, one design. They all have this little quick unlock thing on the bottom. So you turn it, and it's locked. You turn it, it's unlocked. And then you're supposed to be able to press this with your finger and open it up. I can't do it. But they are supposed to be easier to open. So anything that has an A after it means it has the anti-masking feature. If it has the M after it, it has the mirror optics, that no anti-masking. So this is just kind of a specification comparison between the two lenses on each of the detectors and the range that it has, and how much current it draws, and so forth. So it's got wall and cover tampers. The IS3035 and the DT8035 both have pet immunity. One's 80 pounds. One's 100 pounds. The other two are more commercial. So the 3050 and 8050 don't have any pet immunity. And you see one's dual tech and one's not in each line. Let's see. So this is the 3035, which is the one we have here. 40 by 56 range. Covering wall tampers. Pet immunity 80 pounds. The DT8035 is the-- the dual tech one, and it has 100 pound pet immunity, which is-- it's pretty cool. Normally, with microwave you have difficulty doing pet immunity. This is the 35 foot detection pattern. Very similar-- well, just pretty much exactly what I showed you a while ago. And then these are the 50 foot range. These are the more commercial ones. So no pet immunity on these. And there's your detection pattern on those. You can see that on this one, it goes out to 53 feet. And then you got your 53 feet here. A couple of look downs. So again, you're never going to have to look downs when you have pet immunity. So this-- that's an indication that this one doesn't have it. So you could see that 3050A and the 8050A both at the anti-mask feature. There's another thing that we'll go over that has some concerns to look out for when recommending motions. Let's see. Installation. So, like I said, I just wanted you all to see the features on this. So this that not locking screw. So you got a little indicator here. If it's-- over here, it's locked. If it's over here, it's unlocked. When it's unlocked, you're supposed to be able to push on this and just easily open it up. I have difficulty doing that. It comes with the screws inside, attached, so you can't mess them up. And it also has little screw anchors that hold your screws for you while you're getting ready to drill them in, which is kind of cool. See the little-- there's the little screw holders are right there. Customers will call in and say they don't know what the screws are. Probably should know-- Yeah --the screws. Yeah. [LAUGHS] And then a little terminal strips come out fairly easily. And when they go in, they just make contact. So you can wire and then put everything together. And it all fits together. I'm going to only-- like I said, we're not going to look at all this stuff. This one is the weird one because there's-- it's got a trouble circuit, a tamper circuit, and then the alarm circuit. And there's-- in the installation instructions for this, it tells you how to wire if you want to use just alarm, alarm and tamper, or alarm and tamper and trouble. And it also has a built in resistor. So this one by default it's set for 2K, so you don't have to wire resistors in these. You can just put it and it's got its own 2K resistor inside. You can choose 1K, 2K, 2.2K, and 5.6K for different panel types. This is your-- on the IS3035, where you can enable or disable the look down. Here it is. So it's either off or on. Of course, if you enable the look down, you're not doing pet immunity. OK. That's the potentiometer that lets you set the microwave adjustment for the dual tech, so that's the 8035. And again, default is look down. Disable pet immunity, enabled. So the 35 foot ones are more residential. So they come with the residential features enabled by default. And this is DT80-- well, this is the 8035, so again look down disabled, pet immunity enabled. And on this one, the pet immunity is enabled with a dip switch. And again, look down. And your pet immunity. So that's the look down on those 8050s. To me, it is counter-intuitive. I think that if you push it in, it should be disabled, and if you pull it out, it should be enabled, but it's just the opposite. And that's because of the whole mirror thing. So this is the internal resistor I was talking about. It's automatically set for 2K, which is what Honeywell uses. You can set for 1K, 2K, 2.2, or 5.6. You can only have one of those up, and all the others have to be down. You do two, you're going to jack it all up. There's your time outs. There's your look down. Microwave range adjustment. So counterclockwise is minimum. Clockwise is maximum when you're adjusting the microwave. So turn it all the way down and then just up a little at a time. Sorry. There's a lot of-- OK. We're going to try to do the flashlight feature on this IS3035. So, let's see. So one other thing I wanted to go with you guys. I made this comparison-- this is from the datasheet. It's just a comparison chart between all those motions and their various features. Is that on [INAUDIBLE] or, I'm sorry-- Well-- --is that on our Google Drive? Probably not, but I can put it on there. Yeah, because I don't know what [INAUDIBLE] motion [INAUDIBLE].. And-- You get a context of being on the sites and all. Yeah. So this-- I-- I cut this out of the datasheet. Well, there a comparison sheet for this, but it has like four pages. So I just cut this page out, because it's just a good kind of guide. So if you've got somebody that, you know, is worried about an anti-mask or a masking situation, like a business or a jewelry store, something like that, you probably want to recommend one of the anti-mask capable motions. Let's see. Now 6PIRs and the 1500PIRs and the RES, all of those are anti-masking that will have all these features In them? I don't think so. So-- That's one of the reasons I chose these motions to go over, because they had so many features. So the 1500PIR, RES, I'm sure doesn't have it. I have to look at the features, but usually there's an A in the part number if it has the anti-masking. So they're all pretty basic motion sense. Yeah, the-- the PIR, by itself, with no RES, and the PIR COM, are a little bit more I guess feature rich. But I don't know that they have any of these. None of them are dual tech. I don't think any of them have the anti-mask feature. So I'd have to look at the feature set for those. Basically, wired motions are better motions. [LAUGHS] Well, yeah. And usually, these kind of motions are going to be going in like a commercial place where, you know, their-- their budget is probably bigger and-- [INAUDIBLE] Yeah. Yeah. [INAUDIBLE] is. So I wanted to look at this real quick.