Azor is a new wireless alarm designed to protect people and property . It's ideal for apartments, chalets, garages, offices, small shops etc. It features stress-free control and easy installation. The basic element is a GSM control unit. It uses the GSM network to communicate with users and for transferring information to the ARC. The GSM control unit can be assigned to an RFID tag reader, 10 detectors and 10 authorized users. Protection of property occurs using motion detectors, door-opening detectors and optical smoke detectors. It is certified to security level 1.
The AZ-10M is designed to indicate an intrusion by sensing the opening of doors or windows . The magnetic contact detector responds to the removal of the door- or window-mounted permanent magnet from the main unit. Manually tampering with the detector, or any attempt to remove it from the window or door frame leads to the transmission of a tamper signal. The detector performs regular auto-testing and regularly reports its condition to the system.
The AZ-10P is designed to detect human movement in a protected area . The detector is particularly suited to rooms with multiple entrances. Signals are transmitted using secure protocol radio signals. Any tampering with the product or attempt to remove it results in sending a tamper signal. The detector performs regular auto-testing and reports its conditions regularly to the system.
The AZ-10T RFID tag is used to identify and authenticate users. To authorize it is sufficient to apply the RFID tag to the AZ-10D RFID tag reader . The RFID tag can be attached comfortably onto a key ring. The AZ-10T is only compatible with the Azor system. It cannot be used for JA-8x Oasis RFID tag readers and Oasis RFID cards/tags cannot be used for Azor systems
The AZ-10S detector reacts to the presence of smoke (visible smoke) and also to exceeding a high temperature in the room caused by fire. It has a built-in siren. It contains two separate detectors - an optical smoke detector and a heat detector . The optical smoke detector operates on the principle of scattered light and is very sensitive to larger particles, which are dense but is less sensitive to small particles from burning liquids such as alcohol, and so has a built-in temperature sensor. The microprocessor performs advanced digital analysis to avoid false alarms.