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Magnetic contact is a small part for security alarm system but also very important accessory.

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5C-08P

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5C-YL-S4390

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5C-YL-S4348

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5C-YL-F4063

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5C-TR-015

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5C-HJ-006

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5C-QX-003

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5C-YW-022

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5C-YW-021

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5C-TR-012

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WIFI Door Magnets: Enabling Remote Monitoring and Control

WIFI Door Magnets: Enabling Remote Monitoring and Control In modern society, our need for home security is becoming increasingly important. To meet this need, technological advances have brought us many innovative solutions. One of them is the WIFI door magnet, which provides us with a higher level of home security through remote monitoring and control. In this article, we will take an in-depth look at the working principle, features and benefits of the WIFI door magnet and explain why it is ideal for modern home security.The WIFI door magnet is a smart device that can be used to remotely monitor and control the status of windows and doors by connecting it to your home WIFI network. It consists of two parts: a door magnet sensor and a receiver. The door magnet sensor is mounted on the door or window, and when the door or window is closed, the sensor sends a signal to the receiver to inform the status of the door or window. The receiver connects to the home WIFI network and transmits the status information of the door and window to the app. With this app, users can monitor the opening and closing status of the doors and windows in real time, and even control the opening and closing of the doors and windows remotely. Using WIFI door magnets comes with a number of advantages. Firstly, it offers convenience and flexibility. Users can monitor and control the status of doors and windows through the app anytime, anywhere, and no longer need to physically go to the

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Wireless Door Magnets vs. Wired Door Magnets: Which is better for you?

Wireless Door Magnets vs. Wired Door Magnets: which one is better for you Door Magnetic Switches are a common security device widely used in homes, businesses and industries to monitor the status of doors and windows. When choosing a door magnet switch, many people are faced with a decision: to choose a wireless door magnet or a wired door magnet? This article will explore the advantages and disadvantages of both types of door magnet switches to help you make a more informed choice. Wireless door magnet refers to the door magnet switch that does not need to be connected by wires and transmits door and window status information through wireless signals. It features easy installation and simple maintenance. Since wireless door magnet does not need to lay wires, it can save time and cost during the installation process. At the same time, the wireless door magnet can monitor the status of doors and windows anytime and anywhere, and can receive information even at locations far away from the door magnet. This makes it ideal for remote monitoring and security systems. However, wired door magnets also have their own unique advantages over wireless door magnets. Wired door magnets transmit door and window status information to the main controller via a wire, which is more stable and reliable than wired door magnets. As wired door magnets are connected by wires, they are not affected by signal interference and there is no need to worry about signal loss or interference. At the same time, wired door magnets can be integrated with other security devices, such as alarm systems and surveillance systems.

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Reed Switch vs. Reed Switch: Understanding the Differences

Magnetic Reed Switches vs. Reed Switches: Understanding the Difference Have you ever been confused when buying a door magnetic switch? There are two common types of door magnetic switches on the market: reed switches and reed switches. They look similar, but there are actually some important differences. Let's take a look at these two types of door magnetic switches so you can make an informed choice. First, let's focus on reed switches. Reed switches use a reed and a magnet to sense when a door is open or closed. When the door is closed, the magnet moves closer to the reed, causing it to close, which triggers the switch. And when the door is open, the distance between the magnet and the reed increases and the switch breaks. This design makes the reed switch very sensitive and responsive. In contrast, the reed switch uses a different principle of operation. It consists of a glass tube containing a steel reed inside a magnetic material. When the door is closed, the reed makes contact with the magnetic material, causing the reed switch to close. When the door is opened, the magnetic material loses its attraction and the reed springs open, disconnecting the switch. The advantage of the reed switch is its long life and ability to withstand higher current loads. So how do you choose the right door magnetic switch for you? It depends on your specific needs. If you're focused on responsiveness and sensitivity, then a reed switch may be more suitable for

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