The new Prestige 360 DT from Texecom is a ceiling mount intruder detector that features both omni-directional quad element PIR and K-band microwave sensing. This gives the detector maximum catch performance and false alarm immunity, even in challenging environments such as partitioned areas, commercial premises and residential housing.
The new Prestige DT Dual Technology ceiling-mount intruder detector from Texecom
The Prestige 360 DT has a maximum 9.3m diameter detection pattern, which results in over 65m2 of omni-directional coverage under each detector. The product is suitable for mounting up to 3.6m above the ground, and complies with EN50131-2-4 Grade 2 requirements.
Ceiling mount detectors are of particular benefit when protecting areas with ground-based obstructions such as cubicle partitions, shopping aisles and large furniture, or when traditional mounting sites are impractical. The Prestige 360 DT offers full 360° coverage, and the combined dual sensing technology minimises false alarms by processing the signals from both detection methods to confirm an alarm signal.
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Texecom has launched the Premier 48-W wireless control panel, featuring the company’s proprietary Ricochet mesh network wireless technology. The new product is perfectly suited to residential and small commercial applications and contains a built-in wireless transceiver for direct connection to the company’s range of Ricochet enabled wireless intrusion detection devices.
New Premier 48-W wireless security system control panel from Texecom featuring Ricochet mesh network technlogy
Expandable to a total of 48 zones and with 4 partition areas, the Premier 48-W can accept up to 32 Ricochet enabled wireless devices. The product uses the same control panel architecture as the rest of the widely acclaimed Premier Series, ensuring familiarity to many installers. Additionally, the Premier 48-W is compatible with Texecom’s entire range of peripheral devices, which provides a wide choice of installation options.
The Ricochet mesh network technology means that all enabled devices can connect to the control panel through the other devices in the network, boosting and re-routing the signal at each point to keep the system safe, secure and stable. This gives the wireless system greater reliability and range than any comparable wireless security system.
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