The RC-86 is designed to remotely control setting/unsetting, trigger panic alarms, and control other appliances. The big advantage is the possibility of configuring it to 433 MHz (JA-60 systems, UC-216, UC-222 receivers etc). The keyfob indicates its flat battery.
The detector provides an analysis of environmental conditions through the entire movement speed frequency spectrum, allowing focus on intruders and eliminating environmental factors of false alarms. The spectrum analysis is embedded in the VLSI based electronics of the detector assuring high reliability and trouble free operation. As the LC-104-PIMW-W is a combined technology (PIR & microwave) an alarm signal relay activation occurs only when signals from both sensors (PIR & MW) are present at the same time. The effective detection range is the range of which the patterns (PIR & MW) are intersected. The GAIN potentiometer adjustment changes the MW signal intensity so that the effective pattern will be scaled.
The JA-65X digital communicator is designed for JA-63 and JA-65 alarm control panels. If the 65X module is installed, the control panel can communicate with a Monitoring Station, send voice messages, SMS messages and dial a numeric Pager as well as communicate with a remote PC. A standard analog telephone line (type TNV 1-3) must be connected to the module for these functions.
This siren is designed for outdoor use. It feeds through the control panel.
The siren communicates with the host through the cable. This siren has a high acoustic power and a flashing light. In addition to the warning signs, it is also possible to issue "beeps" in the actions of arming and disarming the system unit.
It has a built-in tamper sensor, causing an alarm if an attempt to open the siren.
The detector indicates room water floods (e.g. cellars, bathrooms). This information is sent to an alarm system for alert message transmission. It is connectible to an Oasis alarm system via a JA-81M wireless detector. Plug it into the IN1 input terminal (red wire) and GND (black wire). If the detector is triggered (e.g. by a water), it sends a trigger signal. If the detector goes into a stand-by condition, it sends a non-triggered signal. The LD-81 takes its power supply from the JA-81M´s circuit. It is possible to use the LD-81 with an older type of detector, the JA-60N, for Profi systems if you insert a 4k7 resistor in series with the LD-81 between the INP (red wire) input terminals and GND (black wire).
The JA-88P wireless PIR detector is designed to indicate disturbance outside the building caused by human bodies. It is a two-zone outdoor detector by Optex supplemented with a transmitter compatible with JA-80 OASiS systems. Both the detector and the transmitter are powered by three lithium batteries. Both devices have a common power supply and the low battery signal is transmitted to an ESS control panel as a standard. The detector is equipped with two TAMPER contacts (front and rear), which immediately report opening of the detector cover or its possible tearing from the place of installation. The detector regularly performs automatic tests and reports its status via control transmissions to the system.
The JA-68 is a universal output module designed for use within Jablotron systems of the JA-80 OASiS, JA-63 Profi and JA-65 Maestro series. The module provides eight factory reprogrammed semiconductor outputs and a switch-over relay output. The relay can be configured using 10 DIP switches which allows for multiple function assignment. There is no limit in the number of JA-68 modules used in the system. There is no limit to the number of JA-68 modules used in the system and the JA-68 module can be combined with GSM, LAN or PSTN (landline) communicators. The module is designed for being placed into the control panel housing.
The detector indicates fire hazards using the built-in LED indicator and alarm outputs ALARM and TAMPER. These outputs must be connected to control panels complying with EN 50131-3. The SD-282 ST consists of two independent detectors – an optical smoke detector and a heat detector. The optical smoke detector works on the principle of scattered light and is very sensitive to dust particles which are present in smoke. There is also a built-in heat detector for detecting fire which generates heat quickly with a small amount of smoke. The microprocessor performs digital analysis for a high false-alarm immunity.
The Next Duo is a Dual Technology Digital Detector designed to prevent false alarms due to interferences in residential and light commercial environments. A passive infrared (PIR) sensor and a complementary active microwave sensor are combined in a single unit, giving Next Duo an unprecedented capacity to distinguish between the motion of a human body and any other disturbance.
The detector is intended to detect human body movement in buildings. Using two sensors ensures better immunity against triggering by moving pets. The signal is processed by a multiple signal analysis method which guarantees excellent sensitivity and a high resistance to false alarms. Detection analysis can be adjusted to increase its immunity (if installed in a problematic location). The detector distinguishes itself with excellent immunity against high frequency interference and other false signals. It can be installed on a flat wall or in a corner.
The GS-133 detects all mixtures of air and combustible gas (Natural Gas, Methane, Propane, Butane, Acetylene, GPL, etc). The detector detects two levels of gas concentration - with corresponding output reactions. The main GS-133 features are: high reliability and sensitivity, compact size and long stability & lifetime.