MIR-M30 - 2.5-40m Dual Technology Microwave Monostatic 9.375 GHz & Infrared Sensor - FORTEZA
The sensors are used for the protection of long perimeter sectors with high requirements for the mean time for false alarm, i.e. high immunity for industry, natural and common interference. There are two modifications of Dual Technology sensors, Bistatic – MIR-B and Monostatic – MIR-M.
The principle of operation: we achieved the high interference immunity of the sensor thanks to the combination of two different physical principles of operation – bistatic (monostatic) microwave (MW) and active (passive) infrared (IR), i.e. two ways of intrusion detection.
Different interferences influence differently on the processing channels. For example, the litter raised by the wind can activate the IR channel and the MW channel will stay inactive. That is why combination of these two physical principles and alarm initialization at the activation of both channels allowed to increase significantly the interference immunity.
There is no complete analogues of our sensors in architecture, design and integrated functionality.
The sensors are used to protect big and small industrial factories, military bases, transport structure, etc.
As the alarm is generated only at the activation of both channels, the resultant detection zone in case of bistatic dual technology sensors has small dimensions – the dimensions of the IR beam. Like this we can use the sensors for the protection of perimeter sectors requiring extra narrow detection zone.
The high survivability of the sensor is assured thanks to the performance of the sensor in case of failure or false alarming of one of the detection channels.
Detection length : 40m
Detection width : 3.5m
Detection zone height : 3m
FEATURES & BENEFITS
The detection zone is generated by a transceiver with two channels: monostatic microwave and monostatic infrared.
Special soﬅware connected to USB and RS-485 interfaces allows setup an optimum operation mode including remote control from the control room.
The detection zone is divided into subzones. Every subzone can be set separately and organize people “approved” passages through wicket, entryway or gates.
Sensors have the frequency splitting into so-called “frequency letters” allowing them to operate in close proximity to each other.