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Interlogix DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor DD669-U by Interlogix

Interlogix DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor

Interlogix DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor

  • Interlogix DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor Interlogix DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor

SKU: DD669-U

Model #: DD669-U

Availability: Usually ships within 4-5 business days

$89.29

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Quick Overview



    • Dual technology motion sensor (PIR and Microwave)

    • Step and Gliding Focus Multi-Curtain-inch mirror

    • Range controlled radar on 5.8 GHz

    • Plug-in electronics

    • Sealed optics

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Product Details

Incorporating advanced mirror optics technology, the Aritech DD669-U Ceiling Mount Dual Motion Sensor uses a unique step and gliding focus feature to create a continuous curtain that ensures sensors never lose track of objects. The DD669-U features 18 curtains for maximum detection capability, including under crawl detection, throughout a protected area up to 65 feet in diameter.

Features

  • Dual technology motion sensor (PIR and Microwave)
  • Step and Gliding Focus Multi-Curtain-inch mirror
  • Range controlled radar on 5.8 GHz
  • Plug-in electronics
  • Sealed optics
  • Selectable coverage pattern using mirror masks
  • 4D processing for false alarm immunity
  • Additional bi-curtain processing for harsh environments
  • No adjustment required for different mounting heights
  • UL/ULC listed

Downloads

  DD669-U-Specsheet

  DD669-U-Installation

Product Specifications

SKU  DD669-U
Manufacturer  Interlogix
Type  Hardwired
Scene  Indoor

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