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 MCT-302 is a fully supervised PowerCode™ magnetic contact transmitter, designed primarily for protecting doors and windows using a built-in magnetic contact that operates in conjunction with a magnet to detect the opening and closure of a door or window. This highly reliable top-performance wireless device is easy to install and operate in a wide range of residential and commercial environments.
The Universal GSM module is easy to connect (install) with your HomeGuard or other PSTN alarm panels, by inserting a telephone wire in both analogue inputs. The GSM module enables the control panel to communicate via cellular networks. The modem translates the analogue signals and converts them into a GSM signal. A SIM card (prepaid or subscription from any provider) has to be placed inside the GSM module. The GSM module creates a two-way communication. This enables your security system to send an alarm alert to your mobile phone in cause of an emergency, and makes it possible to monitor and control your security system remotely. This model is supplied with an E-plug.
The MCM-140/MCM-140+ is a wireless remote control unit for the PowerMax family control panels. The MCM-140 and MCM-140+ differ in their transmitted ID type and functions. 1The MCM-140/MCM-140+ enables the user to arm/disarm the alarm system, to initiate emergency/fire/panic alarms, to perform one of the AUX (auxiliary) functions (see Note 2 and 3 in Section 7), to turn lighting devices on and off, and PGM control. The keypad includes an RF transmitter that sends out a differently coded RF signal for each command. For PowerMax, the MCM-140 enables activation of the Aux (Auxiliary), seven home control outputs (X-10), one PGM output, Fire and Emergency functions. Each button needs to be individually defined for the AUX, PGM or X-10 functions at the corresponding points of the define panel and define outputs menu of the control panel.
The MCT-501 is a fully supervised digital glass-break wireless detector compatible with PowerMax™ and other Visonic PowerCode™ wireless systems. It is designed for a wide range of residential and commercial applications where reliable glass-break detection is required. The MCT-501 employs an advanced patented acoustic pattern recognition technology that can reliably distinguish between true alarms and false alarms. It provides 360o detection range of up to 6m (20 ft) and can detect breaking of different types of glass including plate, tampered, laminated and wired.
GSM-350 is a cellular communication module that connects some of the PowerMax® systems to the alarm central station. The module can report via GPRS* data channel and/or through the GSM network. This enables a high-speed and highly-reliable communication channel in cases of line failure or tampering with the standard telephony lines.
In addition, it supports remote operation and event reporting via SMS. For any property without land-based telephone lines, the GSM-350 is a must-have. It extends the control panel functionality to any site, such as homes with VoIP-based telephony, anchored boats and isolated vacation houses.
The module is internal and fits in the PowerMax system, so no additional external elements are needed. The integrity of the backup communication channel is ensured through continuous monitoring.