- Built-in laser beam alignment system speeds accurate, reliable positioning
- Twin infrared beams provide reliable perimeter security, minimizing false alarms from falling leaves, birds, etc.
- Lensed optics reinforce beam strength & provide excellent immunity to false alarms due to rain, snow, mist, etc.
- Weatherproof (IP55), sunlight-filtering case for indoor & outdoor use
- Anti-frost system so that beam functions even in extreme conditions
- Automatic input power filtering with special noise rejection circuitry
- NC/NO alarm output
- N.C. tamper circuit included
- Non-polarized power inputs
- Quick, easy installation with built-in laser beam alignment system
- Interruption time adjustable for nearly all situations
|Type||Twin Photobeam Detectors with Laser Beam Alignment|
|Sensing Range||Outdoor- 190′ (60m), Indoor- 390′ (120m)|
|Operating Voltage||10~30VAC/VDC (Non-polarized)|
|IP Rating||IP55 Weatherproof|
|Interupt Speed||50msec~700msec (variable)|
|LEDs – Red||Alarm LED (Receiver) ON: When an alarm is initiated|
|LEDs – Yellow||ON: When receiver’s signal is weak or when beam is broken|
|LEDs – Green||Operation LED (transmitter & receiver) ON: When power is applied.|
|Detection System||Simultaneous break of 2 beams|
|Alarm Output||NO/NC relay, 1A @ 120VAC, min. 1 sec.|
|Tamper Output||NC switch, [email protected]|
|Case material||PC Resin|
|Operating Temperature||-13º~+131º F (-25º~+55º C)|
|Laser Output Power||<5mW|
|Alignment Angle||Horizontal (+/-)90º, Vertical: (+/-)5º|
Product Information Sheet (PI)
|Transmitter LED does not light.||Incorrectly wired and/or insufficient voltage.||Ensure the power supply to the transmitter is 12 to 24 VAC/VDC.|
|Receiver LED never lights up when the beam is interrupted.||a. Insufficient voltage.
b. Beam reflected away from receiver.
c. Beams not simultaneously interrupted.
|a. Double-check the voltage.
b. Clean the cover.
c. Check overall installation.
|Beams interrupted and LED lights, but no alarm trigger.||Alarm trigger cable may be cut, or the relay contact stuck due to overloading.||Check the continuity of the wiring between the sensor and the alarm|
|Alarm LED continuously lit.||a. Lenses out of alignment.
b. Beams are blocked.
c. Cover is foggy or dirty.
|a. Realign the lenses.
b. Remove any obstacles.
c. Clean the cover.
|Alarm trigger becomes
erratic in bad weather.
|Lenses out of alignment.||Check overall system installation.
If still erratic, realign the lenses.
|Frequent false triggers from
leaves, birds, etc.
|a. Too sensitive.
b. Bad location.
|a. Reduce the response time.
b. Change the transmitter and/or location.