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Site Guard Ranger is a range of high-spec wireless security products that allows you to design a system tailored exactly to your requirements whether it be Caravan Sites Leisure Sites or Farms.

Each system will have a receiver (typically located in the main building) and a selection of sensors and transmitters protecting the site entrances, perimeter, compounds, vehicles and out-buildings.


 

Sirens, long-range aerials and pocket-pagers

Remote monitoring using GSM or landline

No cables to lay, so very cost effective and quick to install

Simple and trouble-free repositioning and adding of sensors as the need arises

Long range Dual Sensors

Wire Free Systems

Operation



As you enter into the detection path, you need to pass through both beams simultaneously to cause an alarm, the lower beam may be adjusted if required to reduce the detection range.

Applications

Protects construction sites, lead roofs, farm entrances, caravan sites and barns, outbuildings. The applications for this unit include just about any external area where intruder detection is required.

•Rugged Metal tamper protected external case, designed for use in external environments.

•Sensors are protected by a metal grid and stone/sun shield to minimalise damage

•Maximum infra red detection range 30 metres.

•Unit consists of two specifically configured corridor style infra red detectors

•Infra red detection range can be adjusted to vary the distance of protection

•The unit is powered by 2 quality alkaline AA batteries

•Battery life up to 2 years

•The condition of all batteries is monitored by the control panel

•Radio range extends up to 400 metres to control panel or repeater.

•Designed to comply with PD6662:2004