Yale Easy Fit Additional Wireless PIR Sensor (used)

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About this product


Product overview

• Wire free for quick and easy installation and setup
• Single wireless PIR motion detector sensor
• Long operating range of up to 30 metres
• Compatible with all Yale Easy Fit alarms

Where would I need a PIR sensor?
The best placement for the Yale Easy Fit Additional Wireless PIR Sensor is in corners of rooms an intruder would need to travel for example, a kitchen, entrance hall or landing. When armed if the PIR Sensor detects movement it will alert the control box which activates the siren warning off any possible intruders.

Easy to Setup and Ready to Go
The Yale Easy Fit Additional Wireless PIR Sensor comes supplied with everything you need to set it up in the box, including all the screws, fixings and batteries which are required. The Yale Easy Fit Additional Wireless PIR Sensor is compatible and easily paired with all Yale Easy Fit alarm kits with a wide range up to 30m away from the control unit.

Compatible alarm kits
Yale Easy Fit Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A57LL
Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A58LL
Yale Easy Fit Smartphone Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A65QA
Yale Easy Fit Apartment Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A86TA



Expandable Kit:


Product Specifications

Push Notification Alerts:


Remote Controlled Via Keyfob Remote:


Remote Controlled Via Smartphone App:


Manual Control On Control Box:


Operating Specifications

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Power Specifications

Low Battery Indicator:


Battery Requirements:

3 x AAA

How likely am I to need a pet-friendly PIR? We have one cat who roams about the house during the day. I would rather not purchase the pet friendly versions if I can help it as they cost so much more. 

Asked by: JayP
It would depend on where you place the PIRs if they are in a place where your cat would walk past or be in line of sight then yes the pet-friendly PIRs would be needed.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2015-07-22
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