The new FG-1625F Glassbreak Detector uses the latest technology to provide faster response and increased false alarm immunity. The FG-1625F is specifically designed to allow fast, easy installation, while the adjustable sensitivity settings can compensate for the acoustics of any room. Optimum operation can be quickly verified using the FG-701 Glassbreak Simulator.
The FG-1625F was designed to adequately cover all sizes of single gang electrical boxes. Flush mount installations are now easier and better looking than ever
FlexCore™ Signal Processor
Easy Installation and Setup
Selectable Sensitivity/ Four different sensitivity levels available
Mounts on any wall or on the ceiling, with no minimum range and a maximum range of 25' (7.6m) to the glass. The FG-1625F fits a standard single gang electrical box; while the FG-1525FD version is specifically designed for double gang boxes.
The FG-1625F works on all glass types, including plate, tempered, laminated, wired, film-coated and sealed insulating.
The FG-1625F performs Multiple Domain Signal Analysis in which time, frequency and amplitude characteristics are evaluated for signal qualification. This enables the detector to accurately discriminate false alarms from true glassbreak events.
The PCB is protected from potential damage during installation.
The Patented Remote Test Mode can enable or disable the indicator LEDs using the FG-701 Glassbreak Simulator. The unit automatically resets from Test Mode in five minutes.
The FG-1625F can be mounted on the ceiling, opposite wall, adjoining wall, or the same wall as the glass.
Name: Honeywell Home FG1625F FlexGuard Flush-Mount Glassbreak Detector, 25' Range, Resideo, Honeywell Home
Category: Honeywell Home, Intrusion, Shock & Sound Sensors, Glass Break Sensors
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