Optex Qxi-Rdt Motion SensorMerken: Optex
The new QX Infinity is a high mount offfering The new Quad technology features a pyro element that has been redefined by OPTEX and supports a greater performance with a double layered detection in a compact design. The QXI series features improved Super Multi-Dimensional Analysis (SMDA) logic and Double Conductive Shielding for even more reliable sensing capabilities and greater tolerance against light and RFI. It allows for greater immunity against pets and can also be installed as a low mount PIR detector to create a 'pet alley' and further reduce the likelihood of nuisance alarms. Dual-technology and Tough microwave module
The QXI series' integrated PIR and Microwave algorithm provides the ultimate stability in detection performance as the alarm is only triggered when both PIR and Microwave layers of detection detect motion. It features the Tough microwave module too, specifically developed to prevent corrosion from condensation and humidity.
Selectable mounting height
The QXI outdoor intrusion sensors can be installed at a high mount between 2.2 and 2.7m creating a multi-level volumetric detection pattern, allowing it to ignore small animals. In environments with larger animals, the sensor can be mounted between 0.8 and 1.2m height, to provide a pet alley.
Detection analysis to filter out false alarms
The QXI outdoor intruder sensors are designed to be not affected by environment or small animals. The alarm will not be triggered by changes of weather, vegetation sways or pets in the detection area, contributing to reliable outdoor detection. Additionally the series features double conductive shielding which filters out visible light and RFI disturbance.
Flexibility of wireless
The battery-operated QXI-RDT can be easily added on most wireless alarm systems and provides the benefit of protecting quickly and efficiently the boundary of the premises and of any outer buildings. Wireless transmitters can be powered by the sensor and it features easy access to the battery located at the front of the sensor.