FM60 - 5-60m Microwave Monostatic Sensor 9.375 GHz - FORTEZA
Sensors are used to detect an intruder in the protected area. Objects to protect can be separate areas of the perimeter, open and closed sites, storehouses, tunnels, trestles, etc.
Operating principle : The sensor has one electronic module including a transceiver. The transmitter emits microwave energy into the protected area. At normal conditions where there isn’t any intrusion Rx establishes a signal testing level reflected from objects in the protected area.
When an intruder moves in this area, he makes changes in the signal testing level; the receiver registers these changes and generates an alarm.
Thanks to the unique technology - division of the detection zone into subzones – the sensors are allowed to be insensitive to objects outside the detection zone even to trucks, trains or planes.
Sensors can be adjusted from the sensor`s unit or using special software which displays noise, original signal level and allows setting the optimal operating mode even remotely from the control room.
FM60 (Volume) - Detection length : 60m - Detection width : 15m - Detection zone height : 15m
FM60 (Curtain) - Detection length : 60m - Detection width : 5m - Detection zone height : 25m
FM60 (Fan) - Detection length : 60m - Detection width : 25m - Detection zone height : 5m
FEATURES & BENEFITS
The detection zone is divided into subzones with possibility to adjust each of them separately. Thanks to this function sensors have high detection probability keeping at the same time minimum false alarms.
Disconnecting subzones it can be organized a free passage for people or transport through the gate or entrance to the building. Moreover using soﬅware it can be possible to organize passages by time.
The unique signal processing algorithm and possibility to disconnect the first subzone reduce considerably the influence from neighboring objects and raise the noise immunity to rain, snow, fog, lightning, small animals and low vegetation.
Sensors have the frequency splitting into so-called “frequency letters” allowing them to operate in close proximity to each other.
Sensors can be connected to many popular control panels.