Bosch Security Systems has announced that its motion detectors series Blue Line Gen 2, the Professional Series detectors and DS938Z, DS9360, DS939 that are installed on the roof and outer detectors OD850 already meet the new version of the European standard EN 50130-4:2011 for components of fire detection systems, intrusion, holdup, CCTV, access control and social alarm systems.
From summer 2014, all motion detection products that are manufactured in the European Common Market shall comply with the new version of the European standard EN 50130-4:2011. Two years before the provisions, Bosch Security Systems has announced that its motion detectors series Blue Line Gen 2, the Professional Series detectors and DS938Z, DS9360, DS939 that are installed on the roof and outer detectors already meet these requirements OD850. Compliance with the latest version of the legislation ensures that these motion detectors Bosch will continue to provide greater immunity to false alarms.
The standard EN 50130-4:2011 It is a rule of "Electromagnetic Compatibility" (EMC) applied to alarm systems inside and outside of buildings in a commercial environment, industrial and residential. The EMC aims to ensure that the equipment or systems work properly when electromagnetic interference (EMI). Has been expanding the frequency band of the irradiated field devices now must be immune, for these devices to be certified to this standard. The previous generation of regulations required an immunity in the band 80 MHz a 2,0 GHz. The latest version of the legislation extends this frequency band up 2,7 GHz. The legislation is designed to take into account the increase in buildings electromagnetic interference caused by the proliferation of devices that operate in this new frequency band, such as Wi-Fi or mobile phones.
Motion detectors Blue Line Gen 2 provide a coverage area gapless 12 x 12 meters from wall to wall. Thanks to processing first step, detectors can differentiate between human and nonhuman targets, for example pet. Intrusion detectors Professional Series with Sensor Data Fusion technology (SDF) can process up to five sensors before making the decision to activate the alarm. This improves performance in collection 35 percent versus traditional motion detectors. The detectors are suitable for various applications such as warehouses, clothing stores, official buildings and large offices. "By making the motion detectors are immune to electromagnetic interference from wireless systems, guarantee high reliability and immunity to false alarms of our detectors, what benefits installers and end customers ", ha comentado Gerhard Bullets, Product Marketing Manager en Bosch Security Systems.
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