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GTO R4450 Wireless Driveway Alarm
GTO PRO R4450 Wireless Driveway Alarm
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GTO R4450 Wireless Driveway Alarm

Item Id: GTO-R4450
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Keep track of the comings and goings on your property with this wireless electro-magnetic sensor alert system. When a vehicle passes the sensor, the receiver emits and audible tone and lets you know someone's there. Used in combination with the GTO and Mighty Mule Automatic Gate Lock, (FM143 / FM144) adds an additional layer of security for your property. The driveway alert contains: Installation hardware, stake, outdoor driveway transmitter and transformer for indoor receiver / announcer.

Keep track of vehicles entering or exiting your property with the NEW Mighty Mule or GTO PRO Wireless Driveway Alarm.

  • Electromagnetic technology detects vehicles entering and exiting driveway and alerts you with an indoor chime.
  • Up to 400’ range from indoor receiver to driveway sensor/transmitter.
  • Does not detect people or animals, eliminating false signals.
  • Transmitter requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included). Lithium alkaline AA batteries are recommended for extreme climates (hot or cold).
  • Ideal for monitoring parked boats, RVs, motorcycles, etc.
  • 12 Month Warranty.

New Advanced Detection Design.

  • Features Sensitivity Adjustment (3´–12´radius) that reduces false signals caused by neighboring traffic.
  • Eliminates false signals due to extreme changes in temperature.
  • Includes adjustable dip switches for “cross talk” protection.
  • Professional grade in-ground electromagnetic sensor detection technology.

Customer Reviews
Rating BBM
First 1 was defective sent it back no cost but was a pain had to dig it up and repackage it..But they sent another 1 no cost,,,the 2nd 1 worked great
Reviewed by: from ny. on 5/28/2015
Rating owner
Excellent product, would highly recommend for anyone wanting to know who is coming to visit !
Reviewed by: from Missouri. on 4/28/2015
Rating None
Very easy installation,good detection,low maintanence. Just doesn't get any better than this.
Reviewed by: from Myrtle Creek Oregon. on 4/7/2015
Rating So Far Its Great
I got the alarm in the dead of winter and the ground is frozen solid. I just layed the want on top of the ground with a 2x4 marking its location until I can dig in the Spring. I velcrowed the sending unit to a tree lining my drive/lane. It works great. I had to lower the sensitivity because I was having a lot of false alarms, probably sensing a "wiggle" of a nearby wire ring aroud a nearby tree I use to protect it from the deer. I like the product so far and anticipate I will continue to be very satisfied after I install it properly after the coming months when the ground thaws enough to dig.
Reviewed by: from Near Pittsburgh, PA. on 2/25/2015
Rating Garage builder
Great item, easy to install. Works perfect
Reviewed by: from Virginia. on 2/3/2015
Rating Homeowner
Works great! I've had other similar devices from other manufacturers....this is by far the best. Installation was relatively simple. Pay attention to the advice on not locating the transmitter in proximity to overhead electrical wires or transformers....had to relocate the sensor about 50 ft closer to the receiver to avoid interference. It would be nice if the receiver had a contact closure output to energize a floodlight or other security device. Also a tighter connector from the sensor to the transmitter circuit board would be helpful
Reviewed by: from Old Lyme, CT. on 7/10/2014
Rating owner
Good product. Works well, not too hard to install. The only thing I would like is for the tone to be a little louder. Even turned up as high as it goes it is sometimes hard to hear on our second floor. Otherwise works very well. thanks.
Reviewed by: from Illinois. on 6/23/2014
Rating owner
Good driveway alarm. I was concerned about the distance it would reach but it works fine. Even had to lower the sensitivity some.
Reviewed by: from Cisco, TX. on 5/16/2014