ADVANCED PERIMETER
DETECTION SYSTEM

DETECTING INTRUDERS ON THE OUTSIDE 

Perimeter intrusion detection systems can be the first line of defence against criminals intent on causing damage, committing burglary or other criminal activity at your home or business premises, when considering installing a perimeter detection system there are some factors that need to be taken into consideration.

What are you looking to achieve with your new perimeter detection system, dependant on the level of security you require, perimeter detection systems can range from a simple security lighting system, turning on security lights or activating a buzzer that will alert you that a visitor has approached your property or business premises, all the way up to a multi-tiered, perimeter detection system.

ULTRA-SMART 
DETECTION SYSTEMS

DETECT, DETER, INFORM!  

Specialised CCTV systems can offer a higher level of protection over conventional CCTV cameras, conventional CCTV systems record video and audio, our range of specialised CCTV cameras can detect, alert and inform. 

 

The Ultra Smart range of CCTV cameras take reliability when detecting intruders to the next level, protecting specific areas of your home or business premises are made much easier, with inbuilt analytics, intrusion zones can be configured around specific areas, tripwire intrusion lines can be configured across gateways and entrances, the Ultra Smart CCTV system can then send alerts through to your smart devices or through to a dedicated 24hr control room.

BESPOKE 4K CCTV  SYSTEM DESIGN

Your CCTV needs are as unique as the home or business you are looking to protect, this is why we will bespoke design your new CCTV system in line with your exact requirements. 

PERIMETER DETECTION DEVICES 

INFRA-RED BEAM DETECTION

The deployment of I.R beams within a perimeter detection system is probably the most common form of detection, this type of sensor requires line of sight between the two detection units, please don't be fooled by low-end infra-red beam detectors found on popular auction sites, these types of beams can be very unreliable, most only have a single beam, some are only reflectors and can be prone to freezing during the winter months, this single beam type of unit can also be prone to giving false alarms due to environmental factors, heavy rain, fog, snow and leaves can all trigger a single beam detector causing false activations, the last thing you want after spending your hard-earned money, is a system that persistently gives false alarms, eventually, you will turn the system off and it will become redundant.

Quad or dual-beam detectors are far more reliable, utilising two, three or even four beams, the chances of a falling leaf passing through two or all of the beams are very slim, this type of detector requires professional alignment and configuration, dependant on the area of coverage and the fact that both units require low voltage power some civil works may be required, however, once installed your Infra-Red beams will give reliable perimeter detection for many years to come.

MICROWAVE MOVEMENT DETECTION 

Microwave perimeter detection systems utilise microwave technology to analyse the environment the detector is positioned to protect, this is achieved through the detector sending out microwave signals, the length of time it takes for the signal to return to the motion detector is then measured, this is known as ‘echo time’, echo time is the calculation of distances from any stationary object within the detection zone, the detector then establishes a baseline for the motion detector to work from, when a person enters the detection zone, this will interrupt the microwave signal and therefore will alter the echo time received by the motion detector, this will then be perceived by the motion detector as a change in distance from a stationary object and will therefore cause the detector to trigger the alarm system.

TAUGHT WIRE FENCE/WALL DETECTION

Microwave perimeter detection systems utilise microwave technology to analyse the environment the detector is positioned to protect, this is achieved through the detector sending out microwave signals, the length of time it takes for the signal to return to the motion detector is then measured, this is known as ‘echo time’, echo time is the calculation of distances from any stationary object within the detection zone, the detector then establishes a baseline for the motion detector to work from, when a person enters the detection zone, this will interrupt the microwave signal and therefore will alter the echo time received by the motion detector, this will then be perceived by the motion detector as a change in distance from a stationary object and will therefore cause the detector to trigger the alarm system.