LGWT434 Walk Test Instrument
The Genesis Walk Test Instrument is an invaluable tool when it comes to setting up and testing a wireless PIR system.
An LCD shows PIR information such as Detection, Tamper, Cloak, Shock and re-orientation. In addition it shows ID number, Lens type, Pulse count setting, signal strength and battery condition. Each detection or tamper is accompanied by an audible bleep. In addition, the display can also show an alpha numeric name for each PIR which makes identification easier.
The walktester will receive signals directly from the PIR detectors for fast accurate set up of the detection zones but the main advantage is when it receives the signals via the Masthead. This feature is unique and enables the installer to verify that the masthead receiver is receiving and that the signal strength at the masthead is sufficient.
This walktester can also transmit to simulate a PIR in order to check proposed PIR positions before installation begins.
LGKSQ Wireless Remote Set/Unset Key Point
With all Remote Monitored systems, it is a requirement that the system should be set and un-set. Conveniently this is provided using a key point at the entrance and exit of the site. In order to achieve this there is normally a great deal of civil works to be done which can be costly in time and money.
To overcome these problems a Genesis Wireless Key Point can now be simply and quickly installed to provide wireless remote setting and un-setting of the system. This is a secure encrypted duplex system with confirmation of the alarm status displays on the Key Point facia.
Operation is by way of a five digit PIN number providing 248,832 combinations. The Key Point works in conjunction with an IP Masthead Receiver which can store up to eight PIN numbers and associated user names.
Communication to the masthead receiver is via Ethernet or RS232. As this is a duplex system, the set/un-set status of the system can be checked from both the keypoint and over IP. Existing Genesis installations can be easily upgraded to take advantage of the Key Point which has a range of approximately 300 metres.
(NB: For BS8418 compliance it is necessary to integrate using the SDK. Standard operational mode is not compliant).
LGKF4 Wireless Keyfob
The new Genesis keyfob (LGKF4) works in conjunction with our improved masthead receiver LGMRU4x4. Using the key fob to indicate the set or unset status means that the alarm system conforms to BS8418.
Up to 16 Genesis keyfobs can be learned to the receiver allowing a number of site users to control the detectors. You can also use the keyfob for the remote control of doors and gates by assigning it to one of the AUX relays on the receiver. This function can also be used to give a visual indication of the Set / Unset status.
- Use to set / unset alarm system
- Remote control of doors / gates
- When used, system conforms to BS8418
LGSOUNDER Battery-Powered Sounder
Powered by 4 x 1.5v batteries, the LGSOUNDER will emit an alarm sound up to 117 decibels. There are 32 alarm sounds to choose from, along with a flashing beacon. A built in adjustable timer silences the sounder after activation. This can be used with any alarm product that has volt free contacts including our Genesis and EasySwitch PIRs. Activation is via a momentarily closed contact, for Genesis PIRs use the LGMRU4x4 receiver and for EasySwitch PIRs use the ESR8+8 receiver. Available in red or blue.
LGTX434 Wireless Genesis Transmitter
The LGTX434 transmitter module enables other detection products to interface with the Genesis Wireless system such as Active Infra-Red Beams and Door Contacts.
The module is powered by batteries and has a special regulator that maintains optimum performance even when the batteries have run down. When used with battery beam sets, the LGTX434 will report the battery status of the beam set. Just like the LGWP detectors, this transmitter module poles every minute to inform the system that it is still operational and to advise the battery condition. Available as 12 volts, 4.5 volts or 3 volts.
LGRM8 & LGRM8ELR Relay Modules
The LGRM8 & LGRM8ELR relay modules can be fitted to an LGRU16 or LGRU16ELR to provide an extra 8 alarm and 8 tamper contacts.
The LGRM8 relays provide eight Normally Closed tamper contacts and eight Change Over alarm contacts. This module is supplied with a one metre ribbon cable which can be easily stripped back for individual connection to alarm inputs. The LGRM8ELR version has screw terminals and End Of Line Resistors which can be plugged in as modules. It is possible to connect up to four LGRU16’s together to provide the maximum of sixty four alarm and 64 tamper outputs from a system.
LG2AB Angle Bracket
The LG2AB Angle Bracket allows the detector to be mounted at 90° to the wall, or back-to-back as shown in the picture.
AE434 High Efficiency Aerial
Use this aerial with either the LGMT434 Masthead or LGMRU4X4 to achieve maximum reception range.
This external aerial is supplied with a mounting bracket and 5 metres of coaxial cable with 50 ohm BNC connector.