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Alarm System - Hirsch Identive - Facility Management Product Release
Wireless intrusion detection and alarm system is comprised of premises unit and monitoring unit in separate ruggedized cases. Premises unit includes two PIR wireless motion detectors, two wireless door contacts and wireless transceivers and antennae that support network, pager and sensor communications. Monitoring unit is Windows-based laptop with software and database factory installed, and includes wireless transceiver and two pagers.
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