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Install Bay IBMS-150 Magnetic reed switch for a car alarm

Item # 120IBMS150

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About the Install Bay IBMS-150

Buck Pomerantz

Trigger your alarm

Do you want to protect the contents of your vehicle and its storage compartments and tool boxes? You can use Install Bay's IBMS-150 magnetic reed switch as a trigger for your vehicle's alarm system. Install it on the door, lid, window, or tailgate you wish to defend, and the switch signals the alarm when the door or window opens. Multiple switches can be used in an alarm system. Warranty: 60 days.

What's in the box:

  • "Magnet" half of switch (w/adhesive backing)
  • "Reed" half of switch (w/adhesive backing and attached 25" wires)

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Russ B.

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Overview: The InstallBay magnetic reed switch can be used with just about any vehicle alarm system for protecting doors, hatches, tailgates, and more. The "reed" side of the switch is normally closed and when in contact with the "magnet" side of the switch, will open up the circuit, breaking the connection on the two wires.

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