niel wrote: »
local stores don't carry reed switches, not even radio shack who should change their name to phone shack.
leemike wrote: »
Hi,I also use the motion sensor security cameras it's highly define security motion sensor,because There are three main criteria to picking the best outdoor motion detector light to fulfill your needs, be it for security or for convenience.Outdoor motion detector lights are also rated by their detection pattern, including coverage width, or their sensing angle measured in degrees.
so use the technology for saving your precious lives and properties.
BB. wrote: »
Go ahead and post the link. On topic links are fine.
Heck, I just got reported for posting a link to naws.
I did not get banned.
I did a post that looked a bit spammy. You guys are a tough crowd.
Cariboocoot wrote: »
A robotic scarecrow. It could shout "Hey! You! What are you doing here?" followed by the sound of a rifle bolt clicking into place.
bmet wrote: »
At our local grocery store, they have soundtrack featuring screeches of predatory birds in the parking lot PA. They don't want hoards of grackles setting up roost, and it seems to work.
Shadowcatcher wrote: »
I picked up a pair of motion sensor battery operate LED lights from Cosco which seem to work well. I plan on picking up a solar powered security light from Harbor Freight, on sale for $20, we will see how they like the Ohio winter.