Optex Presents Outdoor Battery Powered Multitech Motion Sensors

By Brian Rhodes, Published May 07, 2020, 02:55pm EDT (Info+)

Optex presented two outdoor rated, battery-powered motion sensors, the QX and WX Series, at the April 2020 IPVM New Products show.

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Inside this report:

  • A 30-minute video from Optex including IPVM Q&A
  • Background on the company
  • Key Positive factors to consider
  • Key Negative factors to consider

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Key *********

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Comments (3)

Any word on using universal wireless? I love their products when they let us bring our own wireless tx to the table :)

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Yes, these sensors can be matched to universal transmitters. In some cases, the transmitter can draw power from the CR123A battery or vice versa.

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Hi Ryan, GJD offer a universal wireless outdoor detector (GJD630). Please visit www.gjd.co.uk for more info or you can reach me at +1 (855) 241 2264. Thanks.

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