Digital DoorMax System

September 2002 Access Control & Identity Management

Sensormatic's Ultra•Max Digital DoorMax system features a slender and attractive antenna design with digital signal processing (DSP) capabilities to ensure high-quality detection performance.

The Digital DoorMax antenna is a tall, narrow detector that mounts to the door frames or walls at the store's exit/entrance. The elongated shape and mounting location helps to blend the antenna into the environment for an open architecture appearance and a discrete approach to detection.

Key advantages

* Increased floor space. The narrow profile antenna reduces detection over-range into the store, freeing up valuable retail floor space for tagged merchandise. This feature will appeal to small store customers or where checkout areas and other furnishings restrict front-end space.

* Digital performance advancements. Digital DoorMax operates with the Digital 216 Controller, which uses digital signal processing (DSP) technology to more accurately identify tags and labels in all types of store environments.

* Compatibility, flexibility, and spacing. Digital DoorMax is compatible with Ranger receivers, Satellite Receiver, Digital Floor-Max, and remote alarms, allowing maximum flexibility in designing a system to meet the customer's performance and price objectives. The system provides excellent pick performance for spacing up to 1,9 m wide.

Digital DoorMax attaches to a variety of materials including metal, wood, glass and concrete.

For further details contact Dave Pople, DNA Sensormatic on tel: 021 559 4425.

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