Multiple sensors? Could you use two sensors at opposite sides of a building?

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Robin Pejsa

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Posted 9 months ago

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Ledrak

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Robin that's a hard question to answer with so little detail the answer is and no depending on your system. The smarthub can monitor up to 10 compatible sensors, most of the displays can only monitor 1, I say most because they do have some displays that will monitor more. Also how big is the building ? again most of the sensors have a range max of 330 feet and that's under good conditions. I hope this helps some you need to do some more research as to what you want.
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Steve U

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And do note: The displays that monitor multiple sensors DO NOT include a 5 in 1 :(
The Smarthub is your best bet.
Now the BIG questions:
How far apart are these locations?
What is the material of the structure?
Can the Smarthub be positioned high and central (a home run network cable must be present)?
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AcuRite Jennifer

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Hello Robin,

Please provide us with the specific model number of your product. This will allow us to tell you what range the sensors have and if they will have interference if they are too close. Thank you.