Ridgid’s SeekTech SR-60 locator enables users to trace any frequency from 10 Hz to 490 kHz. It traces energized lines and sondes (beacons) simultaneously. It weights 5.1 lbs. and comes with a hard, plastic carrying case, surface markers and clips.
Seco-Larm’s SD-9773-KNEVQ surface-mount, wave-to-open sensor with manual override button has an adjustable sensor range up to 6 in. and a 1A relay with an adjustable trigger duration from 0.5–30 seconds. It features an LED-illuminated sensor area for identification.
The Wink Look Out system combines in-app services with sensors to monitor a home’s activity. It send alerts to smartphones about doors, windows, locks and more. It includes two door and window sensors, a motion sensor and a siren and chime.
Ecobee’s SmartSensor features temperature and occupancy detection. Users can check the temperature using the app or voice assistant. It automatically adjusts the thermostat for energy savings when users leave home and restores comfort settings upon return. It detects which rooms are in use and adjusts accordingly, while automatically heating or cooling when electricity is cheaper.
Leviton’s 24V smart dimming wallbox sensor is designed to minimize contact and simplify installation. It combines occupancy/vacancy sensing with dimming and daylight response, as well as adjustable partial-on and partial-off capabilities. It features a field-of-view for enhanced minor motion detection to eliminate false offs.
Leviton’s Provolt occupancy sensor combines line voltage occupancy sensors and photocells. The lens establishes dozens of detection zones that require the heat source to move from one zone to another to trigger the sensor. The sensor will turn lights off if no motion is detected after a specified time.