I don't see the problem
Reviewed on 12/01/2017
I have 1 in garage, 1 on stairs, 1 in laundry room, 1 on back deck, 1 in the yard, 1 in back foyer. I never have false alarms. I never have them disconnect from hub. I never have any problems with them. Wish I could say the same about the cameras, but that is another story. As for the motion sensors....never a problem.
work extreemly well
Reviewed on 10/17/2016
of all the iris equipment I have this is without a doubt the most reliable and most useful been going strong for over 2 years now
Motion Detectors Work!
Reviewed on 02/24/2016
I have several of these motion detectors and, as others have noted, they are very sensitive. Isn't that what you want a motion detector to be, however?
I have mine set so that when 2 alarms, for example, motion detection and contact sensor are triggered it sends an alarm. No more false positives. These are placed so that if a door or window is opened and then motion is detected, the alarm will go off. This prevents pets or people from setting off alarms at night or during the day. An alarm triggered this way means a true alarm.
Set your system to require 2 alarms to trigger and alarm, then plan out your combination of contact sensors and motion detectors to cover entry points. Eliminate false positives and you will feel very secure that an alarm is truly an alarm. I want the motion detectors to be very, very sensitive.