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20% Off Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Motion Detection

April 7, 2014

Home Controls has teamed up with Dakota Alert to offer an exclusive discount on select 2500 series wireless motion and vehicle detection systems. Save 20% (dealers save 10%) on these select products: Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Vehicle Detection Kit Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Motion Detection Kit Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Vehicle Probe Sensor » Read More

Dakota Alert Expands Portable Receiver Features

February 6, 2014

First the bad news: Dakota Alert has discontinued its popular PR-3000 Wireless Portable Receiver for its 3000 series monitoring and alert system. Don’t cry too fast – keep reading! Now the good news: Dakota Alert has introduced the new PR-2500 Wireless Portable Receiver, compatible with both the 3000 series as well as the 2500 series » Read More

New Universal Transmitter for Dakota Alert 2500

March 27, 2013

The Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Universal Transmitter works with all Dakota Alert 2500 wireless products to provide a variety of wireless solutions. As a weatherproof push-button transmitter, the unit can be used as a doorbell or panic button. The transmitter also features NO/NC relay inputs for connection to an external sensor, such as a motion » Read More

Dakota Alert 2500 Beam Sensors Now Shipping!

April 11, 2012

Dakota Alert has added an exciting new sensor to their very-popular 2500 Series. Secure the perimeter around your property or home by installing the Dakota Alert 2500 Wireless Break Beam Sensor Kit. Together, the pair of solar-powered break beam sensors creates an infrared cross beam and detects any intruder that passes through the beam area. When » Read More

Wireless Motion/Vehicle Detection Up To Half Mile!

September 2, 2010

Home Controls is excited to add a new Dakota Alert product line to our collection! The 2500 series is a wireless motion and vehicle detection system that boasts a range of up to half mile! The DCMA-2500 is a feature filled wireless motion detector/receiver kit with a half mile radio range. The motion detecting sensor operates on one 9-volt battery » Read More