Esta sirena está diseñado para su uso exterior. Se alimenta a través del panel de control.
La sirena se comunica con el host a través del cable. Esta sirena tiene un alto poder de acústica y una luz intermitente. Además de las señales de advertencia, también es posible emitir "pitidos" en las acciones de armado y desarmado de la unidad del sistema.
Cuenta con un sensor de sabotaje incorporado, lo que provoca una alarma si hay un intento de abrir la sirena.
The JA-80BT Bluetooth adapter (interface) allows you to establish a wireless connection between systems of the JA-8x series or the JA-6x series and PCs equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. You can connect the adapter to the control panel’s digital bus connector via an RJ cable supplied with the package. The computer is assumed to have all the hardware/software installed necessary for Bluetooth communication.
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 JA-82KRC is a basic configuration of the JA-82K control panel. The JA 82K main board provides building-block-like modularity which allows functional extensions to be made by simply plugging-in the required modules.
The detector is used for human motion detection in the interior of a building. Thanks to the combination of motion and microwave detection, the detector is highly resistant to false alarms. The detector guards the same way as a classic PIR motion detector. When motion is sensed in the guarded area, the MW detector is activated to confirm the triggering of the PIR. Only after receiving a confirmed alarm signal from the MW unit, does the detector send an alarm report to the control panel.