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 Microwave sensor

Can anyone inform me of where to purchase a microwave sensor at some kind of reasonable cost, or perhaps some kind souls who has dismantled an alarm would be willing to hand one down for the cost of shipping?

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are you looking for a single zone or dual zone? I have some single zone perimeter sensors John

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It doesn't make alot of difference to me, dual zone is always nice for the warning chirp, but its a 1948 Willy's CJ-2, and I like to keep the doors OFF in phoenix in the summer, so I don't need much, just something to keep people from trying to take a five finger discount on my stereo equipment, and anything I leave in the passengers side floor. A single zone would work just fine, I could just adjust it to detect about 2 inches on the inside.

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In fact, If a guy wanted to go high tech,a pair of single zone sensors could be used in place of a dual zone. Relays are cheap.

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It doesn't make alot of difference to me, dual zone is always nice for the warning chirp, but its a 1948 Willy's CJ-2, and I like to keep the doors OFF in phoenix in the summer, so I don't need much, just something to keep people from trying to take a five finger discount on my stereo equipment, and anything I leave in the passengers side floor. A single zone would work just fine, I could just adjust it to detect about 2 inches on the inside.

I've got a few of these but its been a long time since i was in the "biz" and I haven't looked to see what the going rate for these sensors are. Make me a reasonable offer and i'll let you know, Thanks john

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New or used?

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there brand new

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