G-Series Wired Indoor Pet Immune PIR Sensor:
Features for G-Series Wired Indoor Pet Immune PIR Sensor:
- Highly advanced, very accurate Pet immune sensor with strong anti-error reporting
- This wire sensor is a dual infrared sensor which comes with a detection window with a pet immunity of 10kg
- This comes with 2/3 selectable pulse count
- Dynamic threshold adjustment technology with good resistance to light and electromagnetic interference
- The lens covers an angle of 110 degrees for 12 meters
- The ideal installation height is 2 meters to 2.4 meters
- It is suitable for all wired alarm systems
How to Hide Security Camera Wires
Paint the security camera wires.
The easiest way to hide security camera wires outside is to make them blend into the environment.
Staple the cables to the walls with a staple gun and paint the wires the same color as the walls.
In doing so, the security camera wires will be more unnoticeable by the intruders from a distance.
- A similar option would be to use a cord cover.
If you can find a cord cover that matches your walls perfectly, things would be much easier and you wouldn’t need to go through the effort of painting the wires or cover for concealment.
Hide wires within the baseboards.
Baseboards are the narrow wooden boards running along the lowest part of the wall. This method is especially easy to employ if you have enough doorways in your home.
- Remove the baseboards and fish the cables in the gap between the wall and the floor.
Afterwards, make sure the wires are in place and put the baseboards back.
- Besides the baseboards, it also proves to be feasible to hide the security camera wires inside behind some large pieces of furniture
Such as the bookshelves and mantels, or under the carpet.
- You can plan the wiring route first and then fasten the hanging wires with binder clips behind the nearby pieces, like the bookshelves.