GJD's robust Infra-Red and White-Light Clarius LED illuminators will also be showcased at ADI Madrid expo 2016
GJD to display D-TECT detectors, IP motion detectors and the Clarius Plus range of IR and White-Light LED illuminators

GJD, a leading British manufacturer of professional security equipment, will exhibit at the ADI Madrid expo on Thursday 28th April 2016. The event will take place from 9am to 6pm at the Finca la Alqueria in Madrid.

On stand number 15, GJD will display its full product range including wired and wireless external D-TECT detectors, innovative IP motion detectors and the Clarius Plus range of Infra-Red and White-Light LED illuminators.

ADI is celebrating its ten-year anniversary of ADI expos, so the Madrid event is sure to be an expo with a difference. Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s Sales and Marketing Director commented: “ADI expos are always well attended and we are excited to have the opportunity to meet new and existing customers”.

GJD D-TECT detector benefits

There are many advantages to GJD’s D-TECT range of detectors. One of the major advantages is that it has an adjustable detection range up to 50m, unlike similar competitive products, which have fixed ranges.

Other key benefits include a hidden sensor module for when covert surveillance is required, an optional walk test mode that significantly reduces installation time, as well as an adjustable pan and tilt function to provide versatile security solutions.

Visitors to the GJD stand will also see the D-TECT IP range of external motion detectors. A major benefit of the D-TECT IP is that it provides real-time remote access, to enable monitoring and programming from anywhere in the world and at any time.

Integrates with third party VMS providers

The D-TECT IP also integrates with third party VMS providers and CCTV Systems. Bosch VMS, Milestone XProtect, Hikvision, Mirasys, SeeTec Enterprise and Probox are to name a few of the supported VMS software providers. Supported cameras for direct control include Axis, Bosch, Mobotix, Ernitec, Hikvision and Sony. Others are constantly being added.

The company’s robust Infra-Red and White-Light Clarius LED illuminators will also be showcased. Offering extensive cost savings and operational advantages, Clarius units are the preferred choice of LED illuminators for industries across the world.

One of the key features of the Clarius Plus is its interchangeable lens diffuser system, which provides a quick and user-friendly method to easily alter the angle of illumination to deliver angles of 10, 30, 60, 80 and 120 degrees.

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