Wireless Glass Break Detector, Two-Way for M1XRFTW.
The ELK-6040 Wireless Glass Break Sensor is designed for use with control/transceivers that accept Elk's two-way technology; such as the ELK-M1XRFTW. It incorporates many features designed to ensure its reliable performance. The 6040 listens for actual patterns of breaking glass across the full audio band using Pattern Recognition TechnologyTM. The factory set recognition patterns make it possible to detect the difference between breaking glass of framed perimeter windows in a building vs. a drinking glass breaking within a room. The built-in two-way radio (RF) transmits alarm, supervisory, and low battery messages to the control/receiver. Each sensor has a unique TXID number that is enrolled into the control during installation. With its two-way capability, the sensor listens after every transmission for a positive acknowledgment from the control. This makes it very energy efficient since it does not waste energy repeating transmissions unless they are not acknowledged. A simple hand clap test feature lets the user confirm that the sensor is operational. A handheld glass break tester (not supplied) can be used to place the sensor into range and functional test mode.
|Technology||Shock / Vibration|
|Application||All Glass (Max. 1/4")|