Doppler radar

The Murena is a Doppler radar that houses both transmitter and receiver in one console. This is also known as a “transceiver”. The digital signal processor receives important information about the direction, distance, volume and position of the intruder. It is ideal to determine customer-specific target alarms. Moreover, the radar is unaffected by weather conditions such as rain, hail, snow and fog. The Murena works best as a façade opening detector on terraces, balconies, flat roofs and portals. The Murena is also employed to survey blind spots that are not detected by microwave detectors.

MURENA (digital fuzzy logic Doppler radar – reflective technology)

How it works: Volume change in the generated reflective field./td>
Location: Can be used on smaller surfaces or to cover holes in the microwave field.
Maximum range: Twelve or 24 metres with a detection strip of 15 metres.
Minimum range: Two metres with a detection strip of 4 metres.
Alarm zone: One zone per radar, adjustable from x to y metres.
Weather influence: Practically none.
Small animals: Small animals do not set off the alarm.
Advantages: Cost-effective, works preventively and has a very high detection probability. Comes in 12 metres 90° and 24 metres 45°. Fuzzy logic technology.
Drawbacks: Works best on an empty terrain without tall plants or bushes.
Application: Projects with a medium to high risk profile.