The 7 Best X10 Motion Sensors in 2019

No matter if you’re simply doing some research study or if you’re ready to upgrade to a new home security system, security cameras, motion sensors or in homes security, we’ve taken the time to take a look at dozens of item evaluations, and created a list of the most popular gear. Check out the top 7 X10 Motion Sensors below.

Bestseller No. 1
X10 MS16A ActiveEye Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Motion Sensor
  • The ActiveEye Motion Sensor works anytime, day or night, indoors or Outdoors!
  • Automatically turn on an area of lights, all controlled by X10 modules.
  • Fully weather-resistant
  • Adjustable time delay
  • The ActiveEye Motion Sensor sends wireless Radio Frequency (RF) signals to an X10 Transceiver or any...
Bestseller No. 2
X-10 Security Motion Detector Model MS10A
  • Greater range & battery life than the SP554A Motion Detector!
  • Long Range: Senses motion in a 40 ft. range in a 90° arc
  • Easily switch between 1-or 2-pulse count for sensitivity control.
  • Extremely easy to install - no new wiring of your home & no security technician is needed
  • Works great with Protector PLUS Voice Dialer Security System
Bestseller No. 3
  • Exterior Motion Sensor Provides Safety and Security
  • Sends wireless (RF) signals to X10 RF receivers or X10 security systems
  • 24 hour motion sensing possible
  • Use with intelligent 2-way X10 controllers to activate macros
  • # Can turn lights on when it gets dark and off when it gets light
Bestseller No. 4
X10 HawkEye Motion Detector MS13A
  • Sends wireless (RF) signals to X10 RF receivers or X10 security systems
  • Up to 100 ft transmission range
  • Adjustable time delay
  • Compact & attractive
Bestseller No. 5
X10 Pro PMS02 Motion Sensor
  • X10 wireless motion sensor
  • Internal timer can can be programmed from minutes to up to 4 hours
  • Integrating light dusk/down detector perfect to control porch lights
  • Requires X10 Pro or compatible wireless X10 transiever to convert wireless X10 signals into...
Bestseller No. 6
X10 Smart Security Motion Detector (MS18A)
  • Detects motion up to 40 feet away
  • Ignores small pets to prevent false alarms
  • "Home Mode" temporarily deactivates sensor
  • Tamper-resistant: triggers alarm if removed
  • Works with the X10 SecuriLINK Console
Bestseller No. 7
SmartDisk PR511 PHS01 X10 MOTION DETECTOR ( 4080XT )
  • Use with any X10 controller (such as a keychain remote or wireless switch) with an X10 transceiver...
  • 2 incandescent, fluorescent, or halogen floodlight bulbs; 150-500 watts (sold separately)
  • Adjustable between 6 seconds to 30 minutes
  • Range is approximately 40 ft. and 110°

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