Dakota Alert DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter

Dakota Alert DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter

Dakota Alert DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter

B&H # DADKDCPT2500 MFR # DCPT-2500
Dakota Alert DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter

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Product Highlights

  • Can Be Used to Detect Vehicles
  • Underground Wires for Covert Application
  • Minimizes False Alarms
  • Maximum 12' Detection Distance
  • 0.5 Mile Transmission Distance
  • Weatherproof for Outdoor Use
  • Compatible with DCR-2500 Receiver
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  • 1Description

The DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter from Dakota Alert Inc. is a driveway alarm kit used to detect vehicles only. The transmitter operates on four CR123A batteries (included), and it has 50' of direct burial wire connecting the probe to the exterior case. The probe is buried parallel to the driveway, and will detect vehicles passing by within approximately 10-12'. The direct burial cable can be run to a tree or post nearby, where you can place the transmitter box. When a vehicle drives by, the transmitter will send a signal to the compatible DCR-2500 receiver up to ½ a mile away.

The DCPA-2500 transmitter is suitable in locations where there may be deer or other large animals that would cause false signals with a motion detecting system. Also, because the probe is buried underground, it can be used in covert applications. The transmitter is weatherproof and meant for exterior locations.

In the Box
Dakota Alert DCPT-2500 Wireless Probe Transmitter
  • Transmitter
  • 4 x CR123A Battery
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Compatible Receiver Dakota Alert DCR-2500
    Detection Range 12.0' / 3.7 m (max)
    Cable Length 50.0' / 15.2 m
    Transmission Range 2,640.0' / 804.7 m
    Power 4 x CR123A batteries
    Operating Temperature -30 to 120°F (-17.2 to 48.8°C)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.1 x 8.4 x 4.9"
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