Newton active infra-red for long distances

The Newton is an active infra-red detection system suited to the protection of objects with a medium risk profile. It works by sending one or more light beams to a receiver, which are invisible to the naked eye. If this beam is disrupted it will trigger an alarm. The transmitter and receive units are housed in a column that, depending on the number of beams, can be up to 3 metres high. The sets are easy to mount and calibrate and come with integrated heating and synchronisation. Sets have a range of 50, 100 and 200 metres.

Newton (2 active infra-red)

How it works: Triggers an alarm when the beam between transmitter and receiver is disrupted. Can be calibrated to AND or OR, has integrated heating and adjustable response time.
Location: Works best on a flat, clean, open terrain with no obstacles blocking the line of sight between transmitter and receiver.
Range: Fifty metres, 100 metres and 200 metres.
Height of column: One to 3 metres.
Alarm zone: Per set (transmitter and receiver).
Weather influence: Does not work well in thick fog, frost, rain or snow.
Small animals: Some animals may be detected by the device.
Advantages: Bi-optic system that works very preventively. Familiar, easy to understand technology, takes up little space.
Drawbacks: Sensitive to bad weather, and triggered by larger animals such as cats and dogs.
Application: Projects with a medium risk profile.