Sonic Shock TrapLine
Not everything can justify the cost of a Sonic Shock alarm, but small or lower value things get stolen too – TV and game boxes, peripheral devices, and computer monitors. And after you've had to replace them two or three times, it starts to get annoying.
Small stuff. Inexpensive things that still tend to "disappear".
What it does | How it works
TrapLine is not a stand alone device – it can only work with a Sonic Shock alarm, which is set up like this:
The TrapLine is placed in-line between the Sonic Shock alarm and the Standard or Anchor Point Sensor.
You can daisy-chain as many TrapLines as you want to a single Sonic Shock alarm.
You can unplug, remove or substitute any element in the chain without having to unthread and rethread the sensor line from alarm to the end sensor.
What's in the Bag
Each kit includes TrapLine unit (choice of black or white), 3 foot (90 cm) length connecting cable, and 2 "Alarmed" warning stickers.