Property Exit Sensor

Manufactured by Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd

DLF's summary

Sensor for use with compatible alarm systems.


  • can monitor for people leaving a building at unusual times of day or night and raise an alarm at a call centre
  • can detect if a main exit has been left open and raise an alarm
  • can be linked to external lighting, to turn lighting on when someone exits the property

Product dimensions

RangeUp to 50 (typical)metres
Meets class 1 standardyes
Meets Standard EN 50134-2 telecare sensors and triggersyes
Uses the European social alarm frequencyyes
Power source
Battery life1 year
Height11 PIRcm
Length7 PIRcm
Width8 PIRcm

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Supplier details

Head office
Whitley Lodge
Whitley Bridge
DN14 0HR

Supplier details last checked:
15 December 2017

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Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd 's name for this product is Property Exit Sensor Their product code is: 4100515
Checked by DLF on 15 December 2017

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Manufacturer's contact

Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd
Whitley Lodge
Whitley Bridge
DN14 0HR
01977 660479

Manufacturer's product description

The Property Exit Sensor provides real time alerts when a client has walked out of their door and not returned so that carers can ensure their welfare. The sensor can also provide an alert when a client has left an external door open for a specified period of time so that action can be taken to ensure that it is closed quickly and the building is secured.