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When an intruder enters the area of protection, the alarm automatically begins barking like an angry German Shepard. From outside, it sounds like you have a very unfriendly canine inside.
With it's radar eyes, the alarm can "see" through thick doors, walls and glass.
The closer a person gets, the louder and more ferocious the barking seems to grow. This lets those burglars or intruders know that the dwelling isn't empty.
Most criminals would try to find an easier home to break into rather than deal with a ferocious animal.
This device can protect homes, apartments, mobile homes, RV's, jewelry stores, hotels, factories, warehouses, public and private buildings of virtually every kind. Includes a remote control to arm and disarm the unit.
This type of alarm is even used to ward off and alert against bear intrusions. Bears do not like the sound of barking, especially when they can't see where it's coming from.
A black bear will generally shy away from a confrontation rather than engage in human contact...or an alert pup and a human.
Your new "pet" will monitor your door and will bark, ferociously if necessary, when an unexpected intruder approaches.
This preventative warning will alert you to the possible danger and also alert the bear or burglar that they need to stop and think about what they are doing.
You will get the time you need to arm yourself and/or call the police.
Police say a barking dog is an excellent way to deter burglars and this one never needs food, water, or to be taken for a walk. This is the ideal watchdog because he does what even the best living and breathing watchdog can't do.
He can "see" through thick doors, walls, and glass. And once his cord is plugged into any standard 110 VAC electrical outlet, he'll stay on duty around the clock, indefinitely.
Choose any location indoors where you want to detect movement such as hidden behind the front door. Turn it on and your new pet begins sensing and detecting.
When movement is detected, he will alert you with the sounds you have chosen.
Choose from two settings: alert sound of an angry and protective watchdog or a chime sound to alert you of a guest's arrival.
When in the barking mode, it begins to emit the ferocious sounds of a large, unhappy attack animal. The closer the intruder gets, the louder and more frequent the warning becomes.
As the intruder backs off, the barking decreases in intensity and frequency, stopping completely when movement is out of range.
Made by Homesafe, a leader in home security devices, this product never sleeps. It will bark angrily as an intruder approaches or play a nice chime to alert you to a visitor!
Keeping your home safe and secure with an electronic watchdog may not be the be all end all, but it could be a great addition when used in connection with other security devices.
How Electronic Watchdogs Work
For maximum use, an electronic watchdog must be plugged in to the electrical socket nearest to the points of entry in your home and which may be used by would-be thieves and trespassers. These devices have sensors that are able to scan through not just doors or windows but walls as well. They work in an adjustable range of ten to twenty feet and, upon detecting any sign of movement, emit a ferocious barking sound or a chime depending on your settings.
Electronic watchdogs will start barking the moment someone attempts to get closer to your home. The closer the intruder is, the louder the barking gets. The sounds are very much realistic and you could thwart many a burglar attempt by fooling them into thinking you’ve got guard dogs watching over your home.
Its motion-sensing function can also be used to alert you on the presence of welcomed visitors – expected or otherwise. You can set it to sound out the chime as a guest approaches your house.
This would work extremely well if you want to be informed about incoming VIPs and you want to be on hand and greet them at the front door. Then again, if you’re holding a surprise party for a loved one, your electronic watchdog would let you know when it's the right time to go lights off and hide.
Common Sense Drawbacks of Using a Barking Dog Alarm Alone
Electronic watchdogs are effective at deterring and thwarting attempts of burglary and trespassing, but they are not capable of protecting you outright.
Fooled Once, But Not Twice
Burglars may be fooled the first time around but if they decide to stake out your house and realize you don't own any pet, they may realize you're simply using an electronic watchdog and make a second attempt at breaking into your home.
It’s Not a Self-Defense Weapon
Stubborn wrongdoers may still try to break into your home, never mind dogs barking, and then they'd realize you've no pets to speak of. When this happens, you'll have to use other security devices or self defense weapons to protect your loved ones at home.