The Pool Patrol PA-30 Pool Alarm floats on the pool surface and will activate when children or pets fall into the pool, creating a wave. The Pool Patrol Pool Alarm emits a warning alarm when the wave touches the sensing ring of the pool alarm. This triggers the alarm, which emits a clear warning signal. The sensing ring is adjustable so that it can be controlled to activate only when an object the size of a child or pet falls into your pool. The Pool Patrol Pool Alarm is designed to work in any shape pool. For pools larger than 20' x 40' more than one alarm may be required for greater security. The Pool Patrol comes with easy-to-use tie-down strings and hooks. This enables the Pool Patrol to be secured to the side of your pool. This pool alarm is easy to install, convenient to use, and corrosion-resistant for long life. It helps detect intruders. The PA-30 floats on the pool surface. It is battery powered and has a Low Battery indicator. It is ideal for both in-ground and above-ground pools, as well as commercial pools and spas.
The PA-30 Pool Alarm is the deluxe model with an electronic solid state remote receiver. An alarm will sound both in your pool and in your house up to a distance of approximately 200 feet. The remote wireless receiver has an on/off switch with an "on" indicator light and is powered by a 120 volt A.C. wall transformer. The alarm in the pool is battery powered and uses one 9 volt alkaline battery (battery not included)
The Pool Patrol floating pool alarm provides priceless peace of mind and an extra layer of security for your in ground or above ground pool. Unlike many other pool side pool alarms, the Pool Patrol swimming pool alarm requires no modifications to your pool deck or the side of your pool. Simply place the battery in the floating unit, adjust the sensitivity settings, and place in pool. It is important to note that the shipping process may negatively affect the calibration of your unit, so adjusting the sensitivity prior to deploying the floating pool alarm is essential. Once placed in the swimming pool, the Pool Patrol will sound an alarm for any object at least 15 lbs., depending on your sensitivity settings. Additionally, certain weather such as high winds or heavy rain can result in false alarms, so simply reduce the sensitivity on your pool alarm. The battery life in the pool alarm is designed to last an entire season under normal operation, although frequent false alarms may reduce this lifespan. If the alarm does happen to trigger, simply tilt your floating pool alarm 90 degrees to deactivate.