Designed for use with all Interlogix control panels, the Learn Mode Shock Sensor is an excellent first line of defense for detecting the possibility of an intrusion due to forced entry. Featuring a unique, advanced microcontroller, the wireless sensor detects vibrations made by an intruder when trying to break or open a window or door before they enter the premises. The sensor also contains two internal reed switches allowing it to be used like a standard door/ window contact. When the sensor detects vibrations, a momentary open circuit is triggered in the shock element of the sensor. The circuit closes again when the vibration stops. The sensor microcontroller “sees” the open/close action as a pulse, causing the sensor to transmit an alarm signal. The sensor has two different detection modes: Gross Attack, which detects a violent blow suffi cient to trip the sensor; and Pulse Count, which detects a suffi cient number of less violent blows, such as repeated rapping and tapping.
- Shock sensor microcontroller can detect both violent blows, as well as continual tapping or rapping
- DIP switch settings offer convenient adjustment of pulse count, violent blows and the ability to enable and disable the reed switch
- Tamper switch detects potential disablement or damage to the sensor by an intruder
- A wide range of installment options are ideal when either door/ window sensors or motion detection devices are not practical
- Two internal reed switches
- Designed for vertical or horizontal mounting
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