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Roboguard uses two passive infrared sensors that fan out to cover an area of 110° at a radius of 20 meters. This equates to 2 X 11 beams, one every 10 degrees that will cover an area of 400 square meters.
No, there are two PIR’s (sensors) that need to be triggered before an intruder is recognised. To avoid the animal from triggering the Roboguard you simply install the bottom PIR at the height of the dog’s tail. So no matter how big your animal is, it will never set it off.
Can you have more than one HQ working with the same Roboguards?
Yes, each Roboguard carries an individual code, which is learned into the HQ. To set up more that one HQ with a set of Roboguards it is simple a procedure of learning the Roboguards into the HQ’s as they are added
No, Roboguard is not like the conventional active beams that shine a single beam to a reflector on the other side of your property. Roboguard picks up heat movement in front of it so you will only need one Roboguard per area.
In most cases plants do not give too many problems, but larger leaves like a palm sitting in direct sunlight may cause false alarms. To solve this, Roboguards wireless nature allows you to simple screw it off the wall and relocate it to a different position even if it is just a meter to the left. Blocking off may also eliminate beams and this will allow you to stop the Roboguard from being triggered by the single problem plant, without having to move it.
Roboguard uses two passive infrared sensors that will pick up any heat movement and determine whether it is a human. In order to trigger a Roboguard you have to break both the top and bottom beam, which minimises false alarms to almost zero. There is an array of 11 beams covering an area of 110° at a radius of 20 meters.
There are only so many entry points to a property and only so many vulnerable spots on your house. The idea is to catch the intruder between the two so that your family may have the crucial seconds to react against the unwelcome visitor before he smashes your window. It is best to have a look at your property and determine where the intruder will come from and where he is going. For example stop him before he gets to your car in your driveway or put a Roboguard to look after the windows at your bedroom.
It is as simple as pushing the desired zone button on the HQ and the light will go off, indicating that the Roboguard is now switched off. Do take note though that after a Roboguard has been triggered, the corresponding light on the HQ will start flashing indicating the zone/s Roboguard triggered. In this case you have to push the button once first so that the light is solid and once more to switch off the light and the corresponding Roboguard. To switch it on again press the button again
All Roboguards are tested up to 400 meters away from the HQ line-
Roboguard uses eight C-
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