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HX-40/40AM 3.0m high mount outdoor detector HX-40: standard model HX-40AM: HX-40 with active IR anti-masking model confidential
Multiple pattern detection area technology with “Brand-New” pyro-element OPTEX developed a unique pyro-element to achieve high reliable detection performance Conventional model HX series By optimizing the horizontal to vertical ratio, HX series creates a sharp detection area. In addition, 94 high density detection zones provide an accurate discrimination function for spot temperature changes of a moving object.
NO detection Intelligent AND logic A logic to prevent false alarms caused by a pet or small animal [this is effective to moving objects going toward to the detector] HX utilizes AND detection pattern technology – upper and lower detection areas have to be activated in order to generate an alarm condition. In addition, HX’s original area configuration adds width in between each detection area to prevent false alarms caused by a pet or small animal. Pet / Small animal : height 50cm, weight 10kg HX series Conventional model no detection alarm NO detection HX series Conventional model no detection
Dual signal processing circuit By automatically adjusting its detection sensitivity, HX prevents the missed alarms in a hostile environment Advanced temperature compensation logic It automatically increases the detector’s sensitivity under high temperature conditions, especially where the background temperature ranges from approx degree C ( degree F), close to that of the human body. Summer night compensation logic Summer evenings/nights and areas which are in shade can create environments where the difference between human body and the surrounding ambient temperature can be at its lowest point. Under these conditions the potential for a missed alarm can be greatly increased. The HX series addresses this issue by the additional measurement of luminance levels as the environment changes. The integration of temperature and additional luminance analysis provides the HX series with the ability to more accurately assess true environmental conditions and allows sensitivity to automatically sharpen as environmental conditions require. This combination greatly reduces the potential for missed alarms, whilst maintaining stability. Sensitivity Time Sensitivity Ambient temperature Temperature compensation sensitivity Human body temperature
Vegetation sway analysis logic Monitors temperature change of the ground heated by daytime sunlight to prevent false alarms The temperature between the surface of bare ground and grass are uneven. Thus creating a distinctive wave change. HX monitors wave changes at all times and then automatically cancels the signal caused by swaying grass when it determines the increase of the distinctive wave change. Wave pattern from vegetations and human body Repetitive = 繰り返しの / 反復的 な Repetitive sensitivity Time Wave pattern from human body Wave pattern from swaying vegetation Trigger level
adjustable detection length To limit the detection distance, apply the masking seal on the lens inside as in the figure. Ideal detection area setting By creating ideal detection patterns for specific applications, HX prevents the false and missed alarms spot area flexible masking To limit the detection range, apply the area masking seal to the part you want to hide on the lens inside. Configure the area in such a way to avoid having anything cut across the area.
Easy installation Wiring space Flexible adjustment (bracket) Under construction
180° angle adjustable bracket / hood Appropriate installation achieves high quality performance Bracket: Using the bracket makes it possible to adjust 90°to the left and right. By achieving the accurate installation, false and missed alarms can be drastically reduced. Hood: This hood prevents the direct sun light getting into the lens. Also it maintains the detection ability by preventing the rain and frost covering the lens surface.