OPTEX, the specialist sensor manufacturer, will demonstrate its recently enhanced long-range RLS-3060 LiDAR Series at Intersec, as well as showcasing its new 180-degree outdoor sensor which is ideal for boundary protection applications.
“OPTEX’s LiDARs have been successfully deployed in the Middle East region for years and across a number of applications ranging from perimeter security through to roof and asset protection,” explained Gaurav Mahajan, divisional manager for OPTEX in the Middle East. “At this year’s Intersec, we’re looking forward to showing the new functionalities of our long-range REDSCAN Series products.”
The long-range RLS-3060L has a detection range of up to 30 metres. It now features four detection areas that can be independently adjusted via an analogue connection and up to eight areas that may be adjusted via an IP connection. The inclusion of ‘Area Allocation’ and ‘Masking’ functions enables these detection zones to be precisely defined.
The advanced RLS-3060-SH model has been designed for harsher environments and extends the detection area to a 50-metre radius in horizontal mode. When in vertical detection mode, this model can detect a standing or squatting person over 100 metres away.
Intersec 2019 is also an opportunity for OPTEX to showcase its new 180-degree outdoor sensor, which is ideal for protecting the boundary of residential and commercial premises. The new WXI 12m 180-degree outdoor PIR has left and right alarm outputs that trigger alarm signals from both sides individually, making it ideal for PTZ activation, direction, recognition and changing detection pattern by day and night.
WX Infinity Series
The WX Infinity Series features advanced Super Multi-Dimensional Analysis logic to differentiate between human beings and animals, advanced temperature compensation, an area masking shutter and a single or dual pulse count. Models are available as both hard-wired and battery-operated variants.
“With the launch of our new 180-degree PIR, we’re complementing our boundary protection range,” stated Masaya Kida, managing director of OPTEX EMEA. “We’re now able to offer single-sided and double-sided curtain PIRs and 90-degree volumetric and 180-degree volumetric sensors covering all areas around a given building.”
OPTEX’s sister company Fiber Sensys will be showcasing its compact radar range which offers object tracking and object categorising that differentiates between vehicles, people and drones. This solution complements the firm’s fibre optic perimeter fence detection system by offering protection for wide open areas.