Bosch's Professional Series intrusion detectors feature additional technologies for anti-masking and spray detection.
FAIRPORT, N.Y. â€” Bosch Security Systems, Inc., a full-line manufacturer of high-quality security solutions, has expanded its line of Professional Series Intrusion Detectors with two new models that feature multi-point anti-mask technology with integrated spray detection. This new technology utilizes patented prism lenses and active infrared detection to protect against all known forms of attack, providing superior protection against sabotage.
The new ISC-PPR1-WA16 and ISC-PDL1-WA18-G detectors are compliant with the latest worldwide regulatory standards for detection of objects covering or placed in front of the detector. These units are sensitive to various materials regardless of texture or color, including fabric, paper, metal, plastic, tape and spray.
The new models join the ISC-PPR1-W16 and ISC-PDL1-W18 Professional Series Intrusion Detectors, which have been used in a variety of retail and other commercial applications for nearly two years. With the continued development of this product line, Bosch is reinforcing its position as a pioneer in the advancement of sensor technology.
The complete line of Professional Series Intrusion Detectors offer Bosch's Sensor Data Fusion technology, which interactively processes data from up to six different sensors. With Bosch's Tri-Focus Optics technology, three custom engineered lenses also provide two times the signal to noise ratio, which produces sharper and brighter images that make it easier for the detectors to distinguish intruders from false alarm sources. The value of these innovations is clear, as the Professional Series Intrusion Detectors outperform competitive devices in practically every assessment category â€“ virtually eliminating false alarms and improving catch performance over traditional motion detectors by 35 percent.
Installation time for the detectors is also reduced up to 25 percent over traditional detectors by a host of features, including a built-in level, three optional mounting brackets and a flexible mounting height that allows the detectors to be positioned from seven to 10 feet without adjustment. A self-locking, two piece enclosure slides easily into place. This feature, combined with a removable terminal strip in the base, reduces mounting time for the detectors to mere seconds.
A sealed optic chamber provides immunity to drafts and insects, eliminates accidental damage, and improves the durability and reliability of the Professional Series line of detectors. A cover and wall tamper switch provides an additional level of protection from sabotage. Solid state relays send silent alarm output signals and are unaffected by an external magnet for a high level of security and reliability. The solid state relay also uses less current than a mechanical relay, providing longer standby capacity during a power loss.
More information at www.boschsecurity.us.