Bosch DS9360 Panoramic TriTech Detector
DS9360 Panoramic TriTech Detector
- Motion Analyzer II processing
- Microwave adaptive processing
- Self-test supervision systems
- Available from Cheap Alarm Parts.
- Changeable mirrors (two mirrors provided)
- 360° x 18 m (60 ft) diameter pattern
- 2.5 m to 6 m (8 ft to 18 ft) mounting height
|Design:||Modular high impact ABS electronic head and mounting/wiring base design with rugged polyethylene dome provides easy access to field setup switches.|
|Dimensions:||8.5 cm x 13.3 cm(3.5 in. x 5.25 in.)|
|Material:||High impact ABS plastic enclosure|
|Operating Temperature:||-40°C to +49°C (-40°F to +120°F)For UL Certificated installations, 0°C to +49°C (+32°F to +120° F)|
|RF Interference Immunity:||No alarm or setup on critical frequencies in the range from 26 MHz to 950 MHz at 50 V/m.|
|Height Range:||2.5 m to 6 m (8 ft to 18 ft) recommended|
|Location:||Mounts directly to ceiling or to standard 10.2 cm (4 in.) octagonal electrical box.|
|Alarm:||Form C reed relay rated at 3.0 W, 125 mA at 28 VDC for resistive loads.|
|Tamper:||Normally-closed (with cover in place) tamper switch. Contacts rated at 28 VDC, 125 mA maximum.|
|Current:||18 mA standby; 75 mA in alarm|
|Voltage:||6 VDC to 15 VDC|
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