INOVA PeriNet Intrusion Detection Systems
Why PeriNet Intrusion Detection Systems?
Low Sensitivity To Electrical Influences!
The sensor is configured as a twisted pair of grounded conductors with a shield of aluminum-coated composite foil. This widely ensures rejection of externally generated electrical or electromagnetic interference sources.
Unsurpassed Signal to Noise Performance!
The smallest intrusion-related mechanical activity detected by the sensor will generate a signal level typically 1000 times greater than the background noise level. This ensures that even minute levels of intrusion-related activity can be easily extracted and identified without risk of losing such critical information within the high background noise levels.
Resilient To Damage And Simple Repair Procedure
If an intrusion attempt or attempted vandalism has caused damage to the sensor cable, any competent electrical service technician can easily do a repair with non-specialist tools. The typical Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) for a damaged sensor cable amounts to 15 minutes.
[Translate to Englisch:] Unanfällig gegenüber Blitzschäden
Der VibraTek Sensor ist gegenüber der Auswerteinheit galvanisch getrennt. Dies bietet der Auswertelektronik einen effektiven Schutz vor Schäden, die durch Blitzeinschläge im Sensorkabel verursacht würden.
A Highly Reliable Solution That Unifies Electronics and Mechanics
The INOVA PeriNet brand stands for an innovative approach to intrusion detection. Our unique feature is the operation of mechanical protection in conjunction with electronic monitoring to form a most reliable unit.
Application Examples of INOVA PeriNet
PeriNet intrusion detection systems are used wherever enhanced security measures are needed. The technology can be applied in a wide range of sectors beyond high-security areas, such as:
• securing prisons and forensic facilities against intrusion and escape
• securing public facilities, such as airports, museums and libraries
• securing industrial plants, e. g. in the food industry, or refineries
• securing recreational facilities against intrusion, such as amusement parks, stadiums, sports facilities and public swimming pools
• entry and exit control in asylum centers or first-line reception centers
• protecting cultural and tourism facilities against vandalism
• safeguarding of storage locations, tank farms or solar parks
• theft protection in car parks and in exhibitions and sales areas for construction machinery, agricultural machinery, trucks, cars and caravans
• securing facilities with potential safety hazards, such as nuclear power plants
• securing private properties against theft, burglaries and robberies