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Honeywell launches entry-level PIR, adding to its family of indoor hardwired motion detectors


False Alarm-Reducing Sensor Combines Value with High Performance

for Residential Installations

MISSISSAUGA, ON. Mar. 2, 2015 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today introduced a new hardwired passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor designed to reduce false alarms in residential environments. The new IS335 Motion Detector uses a series of advanced optics to prevent a range of objects – from large pets, to reflected lights, to tiny insects – from affecting the sensor and tripping an alarm system.

Quick and easy to install, the IS335 is an economical and reliable option for all residential applications. It features selectable pet immunity for animals weighing up to 80 pounds, an always-enabled LED, wall-to-wall coverage with a range of 40X56, and a look that blends with any décor.

The IS335 integrates fully with Honeywell Total Connect™ Remote Services when used with VISTA® control panels, providing security dealers with an excellent opportunity to earn recurring monthly revenue (RMR).

Once in operation, the IS335 provides 2,000 lux of white light immunity, which helps reduce false alarms caused by lights, flashlights or reflective objects. Additionally, the device uses a custom-designed Fresnel lens to provide a constant level of detection to deliver the best performance regardless of the distance.

The IS335 completes Honeywell’s IS3000 and DT8000 PIR and DUAL TEC® family—a portfolio of high-performance indoor motion detectors that satisfy the demands of virtually any installation, from the most basic residential to the most complex commercial application. All sensors have a sleek, modern look to meet evolving needs and styles, are compatible with the industry’s leading security panels and contain selectable features that let installers use the same models in a variety of different applications—reducing the need to stock multiple units.

For more information, please visit www.honeywell.com/security.


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