TeleSpy - Motion Sensor Phone

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The TeleSpy is an ordinary telephone that doubles as a monitoring system. You can listen in to what's going on at home!


Intrusion Notification System - The TeleSpy ™ is a clever and reliable combination of a telephone, a motion sensor, and a microphone.

The TeleSpy is an ordinary telephone that doubles as a monitoring system. You can listen in to what's going on at home!

Simply enter any phone number you want the unit to call and turn the motion sensor switch to on. When motion is detected, the phone will dial the number entered and upon answering you will be able to listen in via the amplified microphone on the unit.

TelespyThe TeleSpy allows you to decide from a safe location if it is a friend or foe before you call the police.

The listening period is about 30 seconds, then the TeleSpy disconnects and instantly re-arms to detect again and again.

TeleSpy operates from any phone line, requires no installation, and is completely portable. No monitoring fees, No false alarms.

Motion Sensor Phone

The TeleSpy's telephone is the same popular "Slimline" telephone found in millions of home. Operation is no different than the regularly produced version and the user would notice no difference. The TeleSpy plugs into any standard telephone jack for normal phone operation.

By adding our patent-pending circuitry, the "Slimline" manufacturer modifies the interior electronics while leaving the exterior virtually unchanged.

The TeleSpy circuitry requires an AC adapter (provided) to be plugged into any standard 110V wall outlet. The absence of this power adapter would render the TeleSpy circuitry useless, but would not affect the telephone's normal operation.

Because of the ordinary appearance, the TeleSpy is not obtrusive and more effective. The connection of the TeleSpy to your existing phone line has no adverse effect. It is no different than adding another ordinary phone.

telespy motion sensorThe Motion Sensor
The TeleSpy's motion sensor is PIR or Passive Infrared Technology. The passive infrared sensor detects changes in the room's heat signature due to occupant motion.

The range is in excess of 30 feet at which point the width is about 20 feet, creating about a 45-degree wedge beyond the sensor origin.

The Microphone
The hidden condenser microphone is strategically placed for maximum efficiency. It is amplified to ensure that the slightest of sounds are heard, producing a high-quality listening experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Self Test function help me?
The test switch on the TeleSpy powers the green LED light near it. It tells the operator instantly when the motion sensor detects something (light comes on). The light stays during a timed period (the listening period) then the phone would disconnect (light off), now, light is off and TeleSpy is instantly re-armed for the next detection.

Knowing how to use this function allows the operator to discover the exact perimeter and sensitivity of the motion sensor within their personal environment.

Operational tip: Unplug the phone line. Now the TeleSpy will show LED light "on" for detection and light "off" for disconnect and reset without calling. Always remember that the first time you turn the TeleSpy power "on" it takes 60 seconds to arm but the LED will turn off at 30 seconds.

You must wait 30 seconds after the light has gone off before the TeleSpy is armed (only the first time.) Thereafter, when the light goes off, the TeleSpy is instantly armed.

Can the TeleSpy™ be used in smaller homes and apartments and homes with existing security systems?
The TeleSpy™ is an ideal solution for the smaller homes and apartments. It will be desirable to lower and middle-income dwellings, including rented apartments, because they will be seeking affordable security and higher income users find it a valuable supplement to their existing systems. About 30% of TeleSpys™ sold will be going into small businesses, garages or shops.

What if I hear a burglar?
First, be grateful you're not there but are listening from a remote location. Never attempt to apprehend criminals. This could be very dangerous! If professional assistance is required, call 911 or your local law enforcement emergency phone number.

How do I know my best use of my TeleSpy?
Simple, think like an intruder. If an intruder entered, where would he come from (34% come through the front door), where would he go? What's he want? Predicting this movement should dictate the TeleSpy's position in the room. First place TeleSpy in the best place, lastly run the cords. Use extension cords if necessary.

What about my pets?
Pets and motion sensors can live together. If you use the motion sensor with the pet in close proximity it probably will set off the sensor. Use the test light on TeleSpy to discover for yourself the sensitivity of your pet(s), then devise a strategy which allows the TeleSpy™ to function without pet interference; you may find that pointing it in a specific direction or slightly raising the unit solves the problem.

Sensitivity is factory set to trigger on about a 40 pound (5 years old) child or animal.


Telespy Motion Detction Phone

The Motion Sensor Phone: What It Is and How It Works 

Ever wished your telephone could spy for you? With a motion sensor phone, you'll have a very effective and relatively affordable monitoring and security device. This is just one of the many technologies you can use today to create an effective monitoring system for your home or business use.

What is a motion sensor phone?

motion sensor phone is actually three gadgets in one: it is a phone, a microphone and a motion sensor in one device. What it does is that it senses any movements within a specific area in proximity to the phone. It will then alert the user via a phone call in case a movement is detected.

These devices can be very effective tools for monitoring a certain area, such as an office or a room in your home. In case an intruder comes in and passes next to or near the phone, the motion sensor will pick up the movements, silently send you a signal by calling your mobile phone or another alternate phone unit. You can listen in, decide if the intruder is dangerous and call the police.

How it works

The telephone feature works like any other ordinary phone, in that it can receive and make calls. It is rigged with a condenser microphone, which is used to allow you to hear any noises in the room. The microphone is built into the device and contains an amplifier that can increase the sounds that it picks up. This comes in handy when you have to monitor the sounds in the room from a remote location.

The motion sensor, which is at the heart of the device, is powered by passive infrared or PIR. This technology works by sensing movements or changes in the ambient heat within the room where the phone is located. If an occupant is nearby, the heat signature of the room will change, triggering the device.

The range of most motion sensor phones is about 30 feet, although the width of the area in which it can be triggered is only about 20 feet.

Any concerns about the efficacy of the device?

These can only be effective if the user understands their use and limitations. The range mentioned above, for example, means that in order for the phone to detect the presence of an intruder, it must be placed in an area where an intruder is most likely to pass. If it is located in a hidden area, it probably won't work.

Who needs it?

If security is a concern in your home or office, then a motion sensor phone will help relieve you of your worries. Most motion sensor phones work best with small or moderately-sized rooms.

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