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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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GJD expands its D-TECT IP range
GJD, a leading British manufacturer of professional external detector equipment and LED illuminators has expanded its D-TECT IP range with the launch of the new D-TECT 3 IP external motion detector, which utilises quad element PIR and microwave technologies and smoothly integrates with third party VMS providers and CCTV systems.
The D-TECT 3 IP works in conjunction with a bespoke and user-friendly web based interface, affording intuitive and quick online access.
The user can change all of the detector settings remotely via the interface. Some of the adjustable settings include the ability to alter the LUX level trigger, sensitivity and detection range, as well as setting activation for specific times. A major benefit is that no software or installation is needed for the interface as the user simply logs in via a web address.
Working in conjunction with CCTV systems, the D-TECT 3 IP can instantly direct cameras to the location of intrusion; whilst security personnel are alerted with detailed alarm information by SMS, telephone or email.
Owing to the pairing of quad element PIR and microwave detection technologies, the new IP detector provides exceptional resistance to false alarms, making it well suited to monitor large detection areas for a range of sectors including residential, commercial, industrial, heritage and many more.
Mark Tibbenham, GJD's Managing Director commented: "For customers that require IP based detection, the D-TECT 3 IP combines all of the versatile benefits of the D-TECT 3, which has recently been rated best in its category in Benchmark's independent product group test, combined with IP connectivity, providing highly reliable IP based security detection."
The D-TECT 3 IP offers adjustable viewing settings including, 180° pan and 90° tilt with visual pan and tilt alignment markers. It also offers a 10° to 70° detection angle and a programmable beam range up to 30 metres, avoiding boundary overspill and providing accurate detection, making it particularly effective for perimeter surveillance.
Other key features include the ability to withstand harsh weather conditions, low maintenance and robust IP65 zinc metal housing. If you would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 1706 363 998
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