Sensor works perfect. Small compact size. Easy to Install. Would recommend.
Showing 11 reviews for Omega AU-94TM
Lake Mary, FL
January 30, 2011
I purchased this proximity sensor to go along with my Clifford 50.5X. This sensor performs better than the DEI sensor. The invisible field is much more consistent. The DEI sensor is to sensitive I think. Just make sure that you install this as close to the center of the vehicle as possible..
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November 27, 2012
I have it hooked up to a silent paging alarm, and it works good. Sometimes a passing truck will set it off from the vibrations, but it's because I park so close to the road. I notice when it's cold at night the sensitivity is a little less than when the sun has been on the car all day...so set the sensitivity when the interior of the car is hot or you will get false alarms. It's easy to hook up, and seems very reliable after 6 months use. It's good to know when
people are near your car. I have a night vision camera outside and a 7 inch monitor inside, and if the alarm goes off, I look at the monitor and see if it was anything to worry about or not.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
September 17, 2013
I have the outside sensitivity set to max and it never senses any foot traffic outside the car. Inside works alright but you do have to move around an awful lot. Once in a blue moon (like maybe 3 times total since ownership about 3 months) it picks up someone walking by the car. It mostly just sets off my radar detector most of the time. Which sucks.
15 found this helpful
June 6, 2016
i added the au-194tm instead of the dual shock sensor that came with my alarm.it is very sensitive with the exterior dail turn all the way down any loud vehicle passing by sets it off.also make sure you mount it in the center of your vehicle, on hot days crack your windows cause unit sensitive to heat
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December 16, 2015
I have this mounted on my armrest for on the go adjusting depending on the environment that I park my car. I have this set up to where it is installed as the warning trigger feature and my shock sensor as the impact trigger sensor.
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