Scan-Sector utilises the the Scan-360 radar technology to offer a lower-cost solution in cases where 360 degree coverage isn't required. Ideal for protecting long corridors (e.g. between buildings) or for monitoring of a driveway or road. Scan-Sector can be positioned to scan along a perimeter or aimed outwards to detect beyond perimeters where it may not be possible to install sensors.
The system uses 24GHz radar technology to detect and track targets. The very high measurement rate means there is no possibility of missing a fast target dashing across the detection zone. The Scan-Sector consists of a single unit that gives increased ease of installation compared to point-to-point "beam-break" systems. Installation and configuration is straightforward, using a simple web browser interface over the IP connection.
|Operation||Detect a vehicle or person, trigger alarm and report range to target, steer camera to target.|
|Detection range||Up to 200m|
|User interface||Web-browser based Graphical User Interface (GUI)|
|Set-up||Set maximum detection range and operating channel and align camera with the radar if required. A special coverage mode moves associated camera back and forth when a target is detected to allow visual indication of operation for the installer.|
|Configuration options||Options available include several for fine tuning performance, setting camera zoom and tilt, VMS config and map download for camera alignment and target location viewing.|
|Alignment||Adjustable bracket to easily orientate unit.|
|Install height||1 - 8m depending on install requirements|
|Interface||ONVIF, Ethernet 100Mbps, RJ45 port. Circular multi-pole header for alarm relay and radar sync interface.|
|Software||Upgradeable in service using website|
|Targetting data||Output to third party software and VMS, IP alarm function.|
|Processing||Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to minimise false-alarms.|
|Supplied kit||Mounting bracket, operating manual. Optional 10m cable for alarm relay and other physical interfaces.|
|Operating frequency band||24.05 - 24.25 GHz (license exempt ISM band)|
|Transmitted power||+20dBm (100mW) EIRP|
|Antenna beam width||Nominal 5° azimuth, shaped elevation 'fan-beam' to cover wide elevation range (minimal 'creep zone' underneath sensor)|
|Alarm relay||Volt-free contact (relay), max voltage 24V, max current 25mA. Active impedance nominal 45ohms, inactive impedance > 100kohms.|
|Temperature range||-20°C to +55°C|
|Power supply||Power-Over-Ethernet (POE), 802.3af compliant|
|Power consumption||Nominal 7W|
|Interface||Alarm relay, Ethernet (IP).|
|Routine maintenance||None required|
|Colour||Light grey standard, optional camouflage paint schemes.|
|Dimensions||220 x 210 x 60mm excluding brackets & sunshield|
|Approvals||EN300440 RF, EN301489 EMC, IEC60950 Safety.|
|RF Hazard||None (<0.5mW/sq cm average at antenna)|
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|Not affected by fog, rain, mist or snow
|Not affected by smoke, fire or hot gas
|Not affected by light level (works in total darkness & bright sunshine)
Compared to other technologies, microwave radar offers a true "all weather" capability.