Discreet IR barrier for intrusion detection on building exteriors
RANGE : 120 ft. (40 m) outside / 180 ft. (60 m) inside
FLEXIBILITY : Fits easily on any type of exterior or interior structure; Adaptable sizing configuration; One-person installation
DESIGN : Reinforced aluminium, ivory-white or custom painting based on building / window color
MINIRIS II infrared barriers are designed for installation on building façades to secure commercial, industrial or residential sites.
With a maximum of 12 beams (mono or bi-detection) and heights from 3 ft. (1 m) to 6.5 ft. (2 m), MINIRIS II barriers offer a high level of security, and can be installed on patios, windows, doorways, building cladding and balconies.
MINIRIS II adapts easily to any configuration of the site to be protected, requires minimal space, and is installed via hinge brackets which can be rotated 90°.
Through adjustable settings, MINIRIS II is not affected by birds and small animals and features a fog detector and integrated heating mechanism.
|120 feet (40 m)|
|Column heights||1 m - 1,50 m - 2 m|
|Number of cells||2 to 6 cells (4 to 12 beams)|
|Structure||Reinforced aluminium, ivory-white, plastic cover. customised painting (optional)|
|Power supply||57 mA max. (transmission column for 4 beams)|
|Alarm information||Intrusion Tamper|
|Operating Temperature||-40°F to +158°F (-40°C to +70°C)|
Barrier must be installed on a stable support – avoid mesh and poorly sealed poles.
Ensure ground is level to ensure stability of the columns over time. A maximum of 10° elevation may be tolerated between the columns. In case of elevation above 10°, contact PROTECH’s sales department.
Area must be vegetation-free so that it will not cover the beams, regardless of the season and weather condition (i.e. wind).
Cleanliness of the covers should be checked regularly and cleaned with a soft, damp cloth at least annually.
Infrared technology operates at a wavelength above that of visible light (950nm), which makes the IR beam invisible to the naked eye.
IR beams are transmitted and received by infrared cells – transmitter cells generate and send a pulsed beam to the receiver cells which capture infrared pulses and turn them into electrical signals. When an absence, loss or change in the signal occurs (loss of 95% of the transmitted signal), an intrusion alarm is triggered. To prevent interference of receiver cells by the infrared beams being transmitted, cells are multiplexed.
Multiplexing is a principal whereby infrared pulses are transmitted in a synchronized manner by an optical or wired link between transmitter and receiver columns. This feature optimizes cell alignment (“alignment feedback”). All the PROTECH IR barriers are multiplexed (except UNIRIS II & BIRIS II).