US Edition
Security camera lens, CCTV Camera, Digital Recorder, Telemetric Transmitter and Controller, Intruder Alarm Control Panel, Access Control Reader, Dome Camera
Home  |  Settings  |  Marketing Options  |  eNewsletters  |  About Us  |  FAQs    Join on LinkedIn
Bringing the security industry into focus

Network / IP - News

Optex to launch new REDWALL perimeter protection technology at Intersec 2011

Published on 18 January, 2011
 Innovative laser scan detector with protection offering Fibre SenSys
Leading UK monitoring stations recommend the REDWALL range for intrusion detection solutions

Optex Europe, leaders in detection technology, will be showcasing its range of REDWALL products at Intersec 2011 including REDSCAN, the award winning innovative laser scan detector, and its new perimeter protection offering Fibre SenSys.

REDWALL has been the market leader in outdoor PIR sensors for use in CCTV systems for over 10 years. Their rugged design and unrivalled detection capability have made them the sensor of choice for security installers around the globe and due to their high levels of reliability, the REDWALL range is recommended by all the leading UK monitoring stations.Fibre SenSys from REDWALL provides high performance fibre-optic intrusion detection solutions for a wide variety of markets including airports, government facilities, estates and heritage properties, power stations and reservoirs.

Geoff Pye, Director at Optex Europe believes the acquisition of the US-based business is an exciting proposition and further enhances REDWALL's standing in the industry: "With this new technology we can now rightfully claim to have the complete perimeter protection offering," he says.

REDSCAN, when mounted vertically, creates a 60-metre detection area that functions like an invisible wall. If sited horizontally, it creates a detection area of 30-metres and an arc of 180 degrees. With four outputs for remote video applications and four truly programmable detection areas linked with these outputs, REDSCAN is ideal for controlling pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras.

Bookmark and Share
Latest in
Network / IP Security Events

See privacy and cookie policy
Browsing from the Americas? Looking for US Edition?
View this content on US Edition, our dedicated portal for our Americas audience.
Do not show me this again
International EditionUS Edition