U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime

U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime

  • Come to feel Protected and Safe anywhere.
  • Infrared movement sensor engineering
  • No installation needed
  • Panic button activates the alarm
  • Fantastic for doors, sheds, garages and a lot more

JB5532 US Patrol 2-in-1 Motion Alarm method utilised as protection alarm or visitor chime. Contains 2 arm/disarm remotes.

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U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In one Movement Alarm/Chime

3 Responses to U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime

  1. JRMcClure says:
    163 of 171 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works as advertised and very inexpensive, March 11, 2010
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    JRMcClure (TN) –

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    This review is from: U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime (Tools & Home Improvement)
    This does exactly as it says. The chime is kind of annoying (and it’s pretty loud), but the alarm is mainly what I wanted it for, and it’s loud. Yeah, the unit is not the greatest quality, but if you are looking for something cheap that can be armed/disarmed remotely, and just makes a whole ton of noise if someone moves into an area that you don’t want them, this will do the trick. One good whack, though, and it’s probably done for. So, just put it up high, where it can’t be reached. Mount it to the ceiling if you’re at all worried about that! Heh. It makes a ton of noise when motion is detected…job done. The wall-mount has a swiveling arm that connects to the unit, so you can move the sensor left/right up/down to your desired position. This unit seems to work best indoors…range doesn’t seem as strong as advertised for outside, but for indoors, it’s perfect. As for long term, I’ll return to this review if anything occurs, but as of right now, it’s fine and easily earns it’s 5 stars. I mean, come on, it’s $12 (at time of purchase), and very effective. Don’t expect ADT and you’ll be satisfied. It’s $12!

    As of June 27th 2010: it’s still going fine…put good batteries in this thing and it lasts a while. With cheap or nearly dead batteries they seem to get finicky when arming/disarming.

    As of Nov. 1st 2010: I’ve got 2 covering different parts of my house…I only arm them at night and I haven’t had any problems. I’ve also noticed that when the batteries in the remote start to go you’ll lose considerable range/consistency of arming/disarming. But replacing these are cheap; they are those little button cells (each remote takes 3), which you can get a 10pk for a couple bucks. Otherwise, still no complaints here.

    As of May 25th 2013: I’m still using these–the original purchases from 2010. Apparently, from the recent reviews I’ve seen it seems the quality has gotten worse. My remotes still work fine, the sensor range is still fine, and it’s still loud as can be. That’s unfortunate the quality has degraded; it was a good product when I got it and it’s still going….

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  2. KC says:
    102 of 107 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for Caregiving of Seniors, August 25, 2010
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    KC

    This review is from: U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime (Tools & Home Improvement)
    My mother-in-law (age 92) lives at home with full time caregivers and lately she has been getting out of bed by herself in the middle of the night, gets dressed, and heads into the kitchen. 2 or 3 times she has fallen, thankfully only with scrapes and bruises, but she could easily have broken a bone. We needed an inexpensive way to inform the caregiver that she was up and about.

    My husband spent hours visiting every home improvement store, garden shop, baby store, and big box store looking for a motion sensor that (a) wouldn’t wake the neighborhood, (b) would alert the Caregiver of movement in the room (baby monitors work with sound, not so much with movement), and (c) is easy to use. This Motion Alarm/Chime is perfect! We set it on the chime mode and placed the unit below bed level so it won’t go off when she rolls over in bed, but does chime if her feet touch the ground. The remote control is easy to use and we hang it right outside her bedroom door so the Caregivers can arm it or disarm it when they leave or enter the room.

    The unit probably wasn’t designed for this purpose, but it’s working. Glad to have found something to meet all of our criteria.

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  3. Nick says:
    106 of 114 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    False Alarms, August 11, 2010
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    Nick

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    This review is from: U.S. Patrol JB5532 2 In 1 Motion Alarm/Chime (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I bought this alarm because I wanted a cheap and simple solution for home securtiy and it seemed to work well at first. My living room is open to the den and dining room/kitchen, so I set it up in one corner of the living room so that if someone broke in they would be sure to set it off well before they could reach my bed room. I tested it by walking in and out of the rooms and it caught me every time. It is sensitive enough to catch a person, but not sensitive enough that my dog (small Scottish terrier) will not set if off.

    So far so good right? Well I only armed it at night and the first two nights went by without indecent. The third night however we had 2 false alarms at 1:20am and 2:45am. Both times I got out my home defense tool and did a complete room to room search of the house and there is no chance that anyone was inside besides me and the wife. All doors and windows were securely locked and our dog was in the room with us with the door shut when the alarms sounded. Its not fun searching your house looking for a bad guy in the early morning hours, then trying to fall back asleep afterward.

    All in all this would be a good product (for the price) except even 1 false alarm a month is going to make this item worthless. I’d skip it and spend a little more money on a better device.

    Some notes on the actual functioning of the device:

    Just an arm waving will not set it off.
    The chime is annoying and NOT pleasant sounding.
    The alarm mode sound is very loud and shrill–it will defiantly wake up even a heavy sleeper with a door separating you and the device.
    The remote is infrared and you have to point it at the device like a TV remote–aka if you can’t see the device the remote will not work.
    When set on alarm mode the device will blink a red light for about 20 seconds before sounding the alarm.
    The device seems to be well constructed and comes with 2 remotes.
    The device would trip an alarm if I was up to 30 feet away. (I didn’t test it at further distances)

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