The SEQUAD is unique in that two PIR Detectors are contained inside one housing, providing reliable sequential confirmation without the need to install two separate units. This saves time and money and, because SEQUAD detectors use proven PIR technology, false alarms are kept to a minimum.
SEQUAD sensors are designed to be mounted in the corner of a room, with one detector providing twin-zone coverage along each of the two walls and the other covering the central area of the room. When a door or window is opened, an alarm is generated one of the side detection patterns. If an intruder then enters the room a second alarm is activated by the central detection pattern, providing a sequentially confirmed activation.
Uses proven PIR technology for proven reliability
Sequential Confirmation is one of the most popular and reliable methods of providing confirmed activations
- The two detection areas of the SEQUAD do not overlap