Shock detection system on fence
EASY INSTALLATION : Standalone solution, little civil engineering
RELIABILITY : Distributed intelligence, event filtering
EFFICIENCY : Precise location, zoning
G-FENCE is a shock detection system for perimeter fences. G-FENCE detects fence vibrations generated by intrusion attempts by cutting, climbing or pulling out the fence. The system then transmits alarm information via the MAXIBUS 3000 Hub.
To limit civil engineering, G-FENCE works autonomously thanks to power supply from solar panels and a batteries that are integrated into each control unit. Unique on the market, the G-FENCE innovation can be used to secure a 3200 m x 4 perimeter while guaranteeing a 1 second alarm response time and a precise intrusion location to within 3 m.
Detection adjustment is very simple. A mapping software application is used to locate zoning by superimposing it over a site plan or picture. Maintenance is facilitated as the product is easy to connect.
With its 3200 m of detection per system, G-FENCE is ideal for securing long perimeters. Compatible with all “meshed” fences, the detector cable and its equipment are easy to install on the support and can be easily replaced if the cable is cut during an aggression.
Thanks to the system’s autonomy, civil engineering operations are also limited, and the system can be used on any sensitive site configurations: oil refineries, nuclear power plants, airports, etc., but, above all, on sites where it is not possible to have an electrical power supply at the perimeter fence.
|Solar panel and battery in each control unit (CU)|
|Alarm information||CU: tamperPower supply failure AUX.1 input contact AUX.2 input contact 1 intrusion per zone Perimeter default|
|Operating Temperature||-35°C to +70°C|
|System characteristics||40 sensors per cable / 3200 m of detection per system / 16 Control Units per system|
|Protection rating||IP55 Management Unit / Termination Unit / IP55 Connection|
It is important to install a detector cable in the middle of the fence with the supplied cable clamps, and to fix a sensor by tightening one of the cable clamps on the fence mesh joint. To optimise the sensor’s detection, the sensor must be placed in the middle of the fence panel.
Do not install the Control Unit in front of a hedge or in a shaded area, to avoid covering the solar panel. The CU may be used remotely if necessary.
Entrances and Gates: use at least a 0.6mm² standard cross-section cable with a maximum length of 50 m per detector cable.
To secure a fence and detect any intrusion attempt, a detector cable is installed on the fence. During an intrusion, the sensors will detect vibrations on the fence and send information to the Control Units, which in turn analyse the information received before triggering an alarm, or not. The cable is pre-assembled with -easy-to-install sensors helping to reduce installation costs.