RELIABILITY : Synchronised multiplexed beams, three detection levels
INNOVATION : The only commercially available transmitter / receiver column
EASY INSTALLATION : Integrated alignment aid tools, contact outputs on each column
The working of MIRIS CONNECT is based on the 100Hz D.I.S technology, i.e. a single column integrating the transmitter/receiver function. A MIRIS CONNECT barrier then becomes a real infrared immaterial wall, reinforced by the transmitter function on each column.
The MIRIS CONNECT infrared beams can be set to single or dual detection mode. Cutting two adjacent beams eliminates the dead zone of standard infrared barriers. mono-beam detection allows for a increased level of protection. The lower beam can be set to time- delayed mono-detection mode in order to detect possible intrusions through crawling (advanced configuration by computer); MIRIS CONNECT has contact outputs on each column, thus limiting the wiring constraints as best as possible.
|MIRIS 3000 CONNECT||MIRIS 3100 CONNECT|
|Maximum range outside||100 m||100 m|
|Available column heights||1,1 m - 2 m - 2,5 m - 3 m - 3,8 m* - 5m*||1 m - 2 m - 2,5 m - 3 m|
|Alarm output per column||Intrusion - Disquali cation - Tamper Anti-climbing cap (optional for Miris 3000 and standard for Miris 3100)||Intrusion - Disquali cation - Tamper Anti-climbing cap (optional for Miris 3000 and standard for Miris 3100)|
|Power supply||12Vdc / power supply option 110 Vac/230 Vac - 50Hz/60 Hz and battery 12V 1,2Ah||12Vdc / power supply option 110 Vac/230 Vac - 50Hz/60 Hz and battery 12V 1,2Ah|
|Alignment tools||Buzzer and leds inside each columns||Buzzer and leds inside each columns|
|Operating Temperature||From -35°C (31 F°) to +70°C (-158°F)||From -35°C (31 F°) to +70°C (-158°F)|
|Number of cells per direction||2, 4, 6 or 8 cells (i.e. up to 32 infrared beams)||2, 4, 6 or 8 cells (i.e. up to 32 infrared beams)|
|Cell management mode||Multiplexed and synchronised through optical link (4 channels)||Multiplexed and synchronised through optical link (4 channels)|
|Heater||Thermostat heater anti-condensation and anti-dew in each column||Thermostat heater anti-condensation and anti-dew in each column|
|Transmission of alarms||Dynamic meshed radio network to Radio Coordinator and RS485 to MAXIBUS CONNECT||Dynamic meshed radio network to Radio Coordinator and RS485 to MAXIBUS CONNECT|
|Radio frequency||19 radio channels distributed across 3 bands: 865 Mhz – 868 Mhz | 15 channels 868 Mhz – 868.6 Mhz | 3 channels 869.7 Mhz – 870 Mhz | 1 channel LORA modulation||19 radio channels distributed across 3 bands: 865 Mhz – 868 Mhz | 15 channels 868 Mhz – 868.6 Mhz | 3 channels 869.7 Mhz – 870 Mhz | 1 channel LORA modulation|
|Data encryption||T.D.M.A. Encrypted AES||T.D.M.A. Encrypted AES|
|Electromagnetic compatibility||Compliant with European standards (EC label)||Compliant with European standards (EC label)|
|Con guration via Bluetooth LowEnergy connection||Bluetooth active on self-protection contact opening||Bluetooth active on self-protection contact opening|
MONITORED AREA STATUS AND MAINTENANCE
To avoid disturbing the infrared beams and, thus, guarantee proper operation of the barriersin an outdoor application, it is important to take into account the site’s environment, and to be vigilant about:
- Vegetation: the area between the infrared columns must be free of any obstacles. This implies cutting the grass and trees around the area.
- The cleanliness of the covers: it is essential to check the cleanliness of the column covers andto clean them with a soft and damp cloth at least once a year.
- Site viability: before installing an infrared barrier, check that the ground is level and will guarantee the stability of the columns with time. A maximum of 10° elevation may be tolerated between the columns.
In case of elevation above 10°, contact SORHEA’s sales department.
A perimeter fence may be recommended to complete and optimise the installation.
In this case, the infrared barrier must be placed at least 2 m away from the fence, and must also have at least the same height as the fence.
If the 2 m distance cannot be respected, the infrared column must be at least 0.5m higher than the fence.
This technology works at a wavelength above that of visible light (950nm), which makes the IR beam invisible to the naked eye.
The infrared beams are transmitted and received by infrared cells. The transmitter cellsgenerate a pulsed beam that is sent towards the receiver cellswhich capture the infrared pulses and transform them into electrical signals. In the absence or variation of the signal (loss of 95% of the transmitted signal), an intrusion alarm is triggered. To prevent the receiver cells from being interfered with by the transmitted infrared beams thecells are multiplexed.
This principle consists in transmitting an infrared pulse in a synchronised manner, via an optical or wired link between the transmitter and receiver columns. This feature is also used to optimize the alignment of the cells (“alignment feedback”). All the SORHEA IR barriers are multiplexed (except UNIRIS II & BIRIS II).