The PG9935 Wireless PowerG Shock Detector provides perimeter protection for residential and commercial premises. It provides early warning of an attempted intrusion by sensing forced entry before a burglar actually enters the property. This potentially reduces the damage and losses to a property as a result of a break in and provides home and business owners with enhanced security.
The PG9935 also includes an optional magnetic contact. The magnetic contact protects door/ window openings and alerts if an intruder tries to mask the magnetic field of the contact. Additionally, the PG9935 includes an optional auxiliary input in which the connection of other hardwired devices can be made. The auxiliary input is configurable to be Normally Open, Normally Closed or Single End-of-Line.
Visible link quality indicator on the device
High immunity to background vibrations
Adjustable shock/vibration thresholds
Front and Back tamper
Optional magnetic reed switch contact
Early detection of gross attacks or low-level shocks
Protects windows, doors, walls and roofs against forced entry
Quick and easy installation using unique 7-segment shock meter and pushbuttons
Prolonged battery life (5 years with typical use) with all sensors enabled
Certified with ULC Wireless Commercial Burglary Listing under ULC-S304-16 Standard - an industry first in Canada!
Name: DSC PG9935 PowerG Wireless Shock Sensor, Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Shock & Sound Sensors, Shock Sensors
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