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Intrusion Detector - Optex - Facility Management Product Release
Optex’s BX-80NR is a battery-operated outdoor intrusion detector. It is designed to protect the immediate perimeter of the building for the purpose of early warning.
The unit requires no complex wiring, and is compatible with any manufacturer's transmitter and receiver so it can be added to an existing wireless system, according to the company.
In addition, the BX-80NR's detection performance reduces false alarms. It creates a narrow detection area — 12 meters on each side of the unit – and uses upper and lower detection patterns. Both detection areas have to be activated to generate an alarm. This detection logic provides high detection reliability in severe outdoor environments.
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