Perimeter security is a complex affair. Most technological solutions available today are reliable when it comes to detecting attempted breaches and alerting security management of when and, in many cases, where the event is taking place.
Stafix Security Centres recently introduced the latest additional to its perimeter security range of products, the JVA VM2, which uses microphonic cable to detect attempted perimeter breaches based on noise and vibration. It also detects cut or shorted cables. The monitoring cable can be buried to detect attempts to dig under a fence, or attached to the palisade or mesh fence itself fence itself. It can also be attached to a wall, roof or floor in various environments to provide early warning of intruders.
Each JVA VM2 monitor, when attached to a fence, for example, is able to monitor for breaches for 300 metres in both directions, providing 600 m of detection at a low voltage. The sensitivity and timing of any alerts raised can be set by the installer in order to prevent false alarms from sound and vibrations that are normal in any particular environment.
The new product is compatible with all JVA products and can be installed with minimal effort and managed from JVA’s management systems, such as the 4-Line keypad, Android 10-inch keypad, Perimeter Patrol and via Wi-Fi or GSM to the JVA Cloud Management System.
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