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Detailed technical specifications of Aritech 5425-M, one of over 91 Intruder detectors from Aritech
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Aritech 5425-M glass break shock sensor

The magnetic reed and tamper switches help enhance the detection capabilities of the Aritech 5425-M intruder detector while protecting against forced openings and glass breaking. Also, this glassbreak shock sensor, with its adjustable sensitivity, serves as a reliable intruder detection solution and also reduces false alarms. Moreover, the one wire run and 24 hour loop features of the Aritech 5425-M intruder detector proves to be an ideal solution for acoustic rooms, small glass rooms, high noise areas, etc. Plus, with the use of special adhesive strip or screws, this glassbreak shock sensor can be easily mounted on windows or doors, either on the frame or on the glass.
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Aritech 5425-M Intruder detector
Model Code5425-M
Glassbreak DetectorsYes
Coverage/ Range m3.5
Shock SensorYes
Power Consumption15 mA
Electrical SpecificationsPower Supply: 9 ~ 16 V DC
Physical SpecificationsDimensions mm: 3 x 2 x 9
Environmental SpecificationsOperating Temp oC: -20 ~ +55 C (-4 ~ +131 F)
Model InfoAritech 5425-M is a glass break shock sensor that mounts on windows or doors, either on the frame or on the glass. It is designed to detect forced openings and glass breaking with one wire run. The sensor is ideal for rooms where acoustic sensors are not practical, such as acoustically live rooms, small glass rooms, on glass mounted near kitchen sinks, in high noise areas, and on a 24-hour loop.

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