Sesco Security successfully launched the Rokonet iWISE detector with Anti-Cloak Technology (ACT) at the beginning of last year. The product has proved to be a boon to the industry which has long recognised that in certain circumstances, detectors fail to make a detection during burglaries. This occurs when the detector is not sensitive enough or when intruders have been able to successfully mask themselves to avoid detection.
iWISE DT and DTAM
The iWISE Dual Technology detectors with ACT use a powerful microprocessor and advanced digital signal processing to ensure that no intruder passes undetected. Offering optimum performance in every environment, these detectors provide continuous protection against cloaking attempts without causing false alarms.
Two iWISE DT models are available - the iWISE DT and DTAM, the latter being the Dual Technology Anti Mask detector with ACT represents the ultimate in detector technology for high-risk applications. This model combines two crucial anti-camouflage technologies, preventing both masking and cloaking attempts. Sophisticated Anti Masking technology detects attempts to spray or paint the lens or otherwise obstruct the view, while Rokonet's revolutionary Anti-Cloak Technology detects intruder attempts to camouflage themselves. Every attempt to bypass M/W or PIR sensors is detected by the unprecedented intelligence of this detector.
The other stalwarts in the Rokonet range include:
Passive infrared detector, which is ideal for most installations. This advanced detector includes digital processing control, patented true temperature compensation, white light protection and creep zone.
iWISE/Cosmos PET DT
The iWISE PET DT provide full pet immunity with no loss of catch performance. It easily distinguishes between intruders and pets, allowing complete pet freedom of movement without false alarms. It features:
This PIR uses two separate dual-element sensors to reduce false alarms and improve catch performance in hostile environments. It features two dual element pyroelectric sensors and two separate signal channels which have to be simultaneously triggered to activate the alarm.
For more information contact Robin Albany, Sesco, 011 792 2203.
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