- Technology : Piezoelettric sensor
- Range : Up to 740 m. per unit
- Alarm OUT: Relay Contact
- Applications: Industrial, Military, Governmental
The PERIDECT® system detects vibrations on the fencing caused mechanically during attempts to enter the premises (climbing over, cutting through, lifting off). Sensors are arranged on the fencing for such detection (usually one detector (FENSEN10) per fence panel between posts). Each detector contains a piezoelectric element supported by microprocessorbased signal processing.
Using a differential logic, the system considerably suppresses false alarms caused by weather effects (rain, wind). The system provides detection accuracy enabling each individual detection sensor FENSEN10, to be viewed on the control system as one zone, while the parameters of any sensor can be set independently.
One single evaluation unit (FENCEN) can typically be used for approx. 740 m. (246 sensors limitation) of fencing with resolution of unauthorised entry for each 2.5 m fence panel assuming one detector per panel. The PERIDECT® system is fully autonomous with fully configurable features and alarm outputs allowing the PERIDECT® system to be connected to a standard security system as a regular detector. The PERIDECT® system is in addition equipped with an input/output module to simply connect other devices on the perimeter route (e.g. magnetic contacts on gates) into the system as well as controlling other devices (e.g. spotlights).
The PERIDECT® system consists of an evaluation unit (FENCEN), to which detection sensors (FENSEN10) and input/output modules (FENSEN15), are connected using a data cable.
Each FENCEN can be connected to up to 246 detection sensors (FENSEN10) and 8 input/output modules (FENSEN15).
DETECTION SENSOR (FENSEN10)
The detection sensor evaluates mechanical vibrations from the fencing using a piezoelectric sensor (ensuring long-term durability and repeatability). It is located in a plastic box and attached to the fencing by two screws and a plastic strap. It is fitted as standard in the middle of the fence panel between the post supports.
The manufacturer connects individual sensors using a bus cable with spacing according to actual conditions that the installer must specify.
INTEGRATION WITH HYPERPOWER
Alarm information of each individual detection sensor can be displayed on SICURIT Alarm and Event Management Platform HyperPower™ via ethernet connection through CMH9000PER (or new CMH9000PERFW2) network controllers.
CMH9000PER controller is used to centralize PERIDECT as well as third party contact-closure auxiliary security devices through LAN/WAN using standard TCP/IP protocol or MODBUS TCP protocol. CMH9000PER is equipped with 1 RS232 port (used to connect Peridect Evaluation unit) 1 RS485 port (used to connect HyperPower™ peripherals), 1 LAN Ethernet port, 4 Input and 4 Output which allow extreme system architecture and integration flexibility.
With brand new CMH9000PERFW2 up to 99 Peridect Evalution units, either locally or remotely, can be connected into 1 single HyperPower™ platform.