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60403 | Supervised IRT

60403 | Supervised IRT

 

The 60403 Supervised IRT generates a code with IR (Infrared) light that is received by Actall’s PALS® 9000/L2L Personal Mobile Transmitters (PMT). This information is then transmitted by RF (Radio Frequency) into the Crisis Controller® software. The IRT contains a microprocessor that monitors the current flow through the 6 LEDs and initiates an RF transmission to the Crisis Controller® software when 1 or more LEDs are inoperative. IR locators can be used for the Guard Tour option in the Crisis Controller® software. IR locators can be easily programmed with a unique ID code.

Stainless steel faceplates with a bubble lens configuration for increased IR dispersion and tamper protection.

 

 

 

IRT

  • Generates unique ID code for zoning reliable infrared light
  • 65,000+ different locations or codes available
  • Flush or surface mount in standard 2 gang electrical boxes
  • Designed for small or large areas for increased IR dispersion
  • Easy installation
  • Stainless steel face plates for high security applications (protective wire guard available)
  • Compatible with Crisis Controller® software for the Guard Tour option
  • High and low range settings to tailor specific coverage needs
  • Used in combination to increase the IR coverage area
  • When used with a Universal transmitter, this IRT becomes fully supervised

Dimensions:  (HxWxD) 4.5”x2.75”x1.5”

Circuit Board:  (HxWxD) 2”x2”x1.25”

Weight:  5 oz

Power Requirements:  10-18 VDC, 300 mA power supply

Power Consumption: Maximum 155 mA

Frequency Range: 900 MHz spread spectrum, 902 to 928 MHz

Antenna/Radiated Power: Internal wire/10 mW; Meets FCC Limits

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60403 | Supervised IRT

The 60403 Supervised IRT generates a code with IR (Infrared) light that is received by Actall’s PALS® 9000/L2L Personal Mobile Transmitters (PMT). This information is then transmitted by RF (Radio Frequency) into the Crisis Controller® software. The IRT contains a microprocessor that monitors the current flow through the 6 LEDs and initiates an RF transmission to the Crisis Controller® software when 1 or more LEDs are inoperative. IR locators can be used for the Guard Tour option in the Crisis Controller® software. IR locators can be easily programmed with a unique ID code.

Stainless steel faceplates with a bubble lens configuration for increased IR dispersion and tamper protection.

IRT

Features & Benefits

  • Generates unique ID code for zoning reliable infrared light
  • 65,000+ different locations or codes available
  • Flush or surface mount in standard 2 gang electrical boxes
  • Designed for small or large areas for increased IR dispersion
  • Easy installation
  • Stainless steel face plates for high security applications (protective wire guard available)
  • Compatible with Crisis Controller® software for the Guard Tour option
  • High and low range settings to tailor specific coverage needs
  • Used in combination to increase the IR coverage area
  • When used with a Universal transmitter, this IRT becomes fully supervised

 

 

Specifications

Dimensions:  (HxWxD) 4.5”x2.75”x1.5”

Circuit Board:  (HxWxD) 2”x2”x1.25”

Weight:  5 oz

Power Requirements:  10-18 VDC, 300 mA power supply

Power Consumption: Maximum 155 mA

Frequency Range: 900 MHz spread spectrum, 902 to 928 MHz

Antenna/Radiated Power: Internal wire/10 mW; Meets FCC Limits