Aritech launches new mini AIR range

December 2001 Access Control & Identity Management

The CB series is the new Aritech mini active infrared barrier manufactured from high-quality materials. The units are strong and resistant and ideally suited to protect windows and doors either from the inside or outside. The small size of the units makes them almost invisible when installed between window casings. The barriers can also be used for special applications such as the protection of confined spaces, for example art cabinets in a museum.

A few of the unique features of the mini-AIRs are:

* A self-alignment system with alignment quality indication of either perfect, good, sufficient or bad.

* Plug-and-play fixing system that makes it quick and easy to install the device.

* No line synchronisation is required as each ray is recognised through a separate optical code.

* Optical synchronisation with different and unique identification codes for each beam.

* The alarm operation logic is managed by a microprocessor, which automatically sets the configuration of the beams as adjacent, crossed or multiple according to the ray interruption and speed of interruption.

The maximum range of the units is 6 m outdoors and 12 m indoors and the units are available in black and natural aluminium profile.

For further details contact Aritech on tel: (011) 805 1590, e-mail:

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