The Motion Detector Sprinkler Alarm is an underground sprinkler system that is controlled by security motion sensors and is intended to stop criminal activity before it happens.
Inventors Monica Makarovich and Donald Kirkham of West Palm Beach, FL have created an underground sprinkler system that is controlled by security motion sensors. Its purpose is to scare away any criminal activity before it happens.
There is a constant need for new and innovative devices that aid in securing ones home from burglars or other criminal activity. Inventors Makarovich and Kirkham were inspired to create the Motion Detector Sprinkler Alarm after a burgler got to numerous cars on their street despite everyones home alarm systems with bright lights and cameras. The invention appears as a standard underground pop-up sprinkler system. However, the sprinkler system is controlled by a series of small motion sensors that activate whenever someone larger than 60 pounds enters the protected zone. A high pressure flow of water will stun the intruder in an effort to thwart criminal activity.
This clever new invention increases security around homes and businesses. A high pressure flow of water startles intruders. The invention buys a homeowner several valuable moments to take action. The device deactivates if needed. It is ideal for high crime areas. The use of the Motion Detector Sprinkler Alarm provides a means to increase security in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.