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  1. Hello, I believe that my PIR is failing, and I'd like to replace it with an equivalent PIR. Specifically looking for curtain PIR, small form / factor, operates on approx. 9-16 VDC (I have an existing 12V power supply. Will be mounted outdoors under eaves and well protected from weather. Need approx. 40" "look-out" range as vertical curtain. The item being replaced is a Visonic CH-1000. Thx, Jim
  2. Does anyone have any experience with retail IP cameras that have integrated PIRs? I'm thinking of cameras capable of 3,4,5 and 8 MP resolution. I see some on the market, but would be interested to hear from someone who owns some of these - especially in regard to the effectiveness of the PIR. I currently have very nice quality separately powered PIRs to control alarm notifications to set recording on a few of my cameras. But, this required extra power supplies for each PIR, and add'l effort over and above the camera installation. If I were to replace my NVR one day and upgrade for higher resolution, I might like to consider a camera that contains its own PIR. Thank you, Jim