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 JA-80A is a component of Jablotron’s Oasis 80 system. It is designed to sound an external alarm and to indicate any tampering it experiences. It is powered by a long-life lithium battery and communicates wireless using Jablotron Oasis protocol.
The 8 pieces kit includes one Oasis security console with the RF communications module, the GSM communication module, one wireless keypad, one wired indoor siren, one mini remote, three wireless motion detector and one USB cable.
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 JA-85B glass-break detector uses the analysis of air pressure variations combined with the characteristic sound of glass breaking and it is designed for indoor use in buildings or in cars. The battery-powered detector communicates via OASIS radio protocol.
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.