NESS 15MT RANGE-NESS QUANTUM PLUS PIR DETECTOR Q100227 Q100-227

Melbourne VIC 3166

NESS 15MT RANGE-NESS QUANTUM PLUS PIR DETECTOR Q100227

Q100-227 NESS QUANTUM PLUS PIR DETECTOR
15MT RANGE

QUANTUM PLUS PIR – NESS

Quantum Plus is a PIR featuring downward looking Creep Zones , extremely high RFI immunity, Sensitivity adjustments and AutomaticTemperature Compensation.

With selectable Pulse Count, 15 metre range and a choice of additional lenses for curtain and long range coverage. Quantum Plus – for uncompromising performance in all environments and applications.

15 metre wide angle PIR, 20 dual-element zones plus creep zone and high RF immunity, designed by Ness using latest SMD technology and incorporating Pulse Count and sensitivity adjustments, and Automatic Temperature Compensation.
FEATURES:

A full featured detector with performance and reliability to match.
High RFI & transient protection
Tamper switch protection
Detection: 90° x 15M – True 15 mt. wide x 30mt long
Selectable pulse count & range control
High white light protection
Specialised creep zone

SPECIFICATIONS:

Dimensions: 129 x 70 x 58mm
Mounting height: 2–3m wall or corner
Detection zones: 20 dual element zones + 2 creep zones
Sensor: Dual element pyro-electric
Operating voltage: 9–15 VDC
Current draw: 15mA
R.F.I. Immunity: >15V/m @ 10-1000MHz
Relay output: Normally closed

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Date Listed: 03/03/2013

Last Edited : 03/03/2013

Condition : New

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