EASY INSTALLATION : Integrated alignment aid tools, contact outputs on each column
RELIABILITY : Synchronised multiplexed beams, three detection levels
INNOVATION : The only commercially available transmitter / receiver column
The working of COLIRIS II is based on the 100Hz D.I.S technology, i.e. a single column integrating the dual transmitter/receiver function. A COLIRIS II barrier becomes a real infrared beam wall, reinforced by the transmitter function on each column.
The infrared activation mode of COLIRIS II is based on the cutting of two adjacent beams, avoiding the dead zone of traditional barriers. The lower beam can be set to time-delayed mono-detection mode in order to detect possible intrusions by crawling (advanced configuration by computer, not available in the 200 m version).
COLIRIS II has contact outputs on each column, thus limiting the wiring constraints as best as possible.
To better adapt to the site security specifcations, COLIRIS II is available in three heights: 1.10m, 1.50m and 1.90m; it offers up to sixteen beams per barrier (eight per column).
|50 m 100 m 200 m|
|Column heights||1,10 m 1,50 m 1,90 m|
|Number of beams||6 - 8 double beams|
|Beam management mode||Multiplexed and synchronised optically (4 channels)|
|Power supply||12Vdc / optional 110Vac/230Vac- 50Hz/60Hz and 12V 1.2Ah battery|
|Electricity consumption (below 12Vdc)||80mA (4-cell column)|
|Operating Temperature||-35°C to +70°C|
To use the barriers correctly, it is important to ensure that the barrier is not installed on an unstable support (e.g. badly sealed pole, etc.). Before installing an infrared barrier, check that the ground is quite level and will guarantee the stability of the columns with time. A maximum of 10° elevation may be tolerated between the columns. In case of elevation above 10°, contact SORHEA’s sales department.
Check that no vegetation can block the beams, no matter the season and weather condition (wind).
It is also important to check the cleanliness of the covers: it is important to clean them with a soft and damp cloth at least once a year.
This technology works at a wavelength above that of visible light (950nm), which makes the IR beam invisible to the naked eye.
The infrared beams are transmitted and received by infrared cells. The transmitter cellsgenerate a pulsed beam that is sent towards the receiver cellswhich capture the infrared pulses and transform them into electrical signals. In the absence or variation of the signal (loss of 95% of the transmitted signal), an intrusion alarm is triggered. To prevent the receiver cells from being interfered with by the transmitted infrared beams thecells are multiplexed.
This principle consists in transmitting an infrared pulse in a synchronised manner, via an optical or wired link between the transmitter and receiver columns. This feature is also used to optimize the alignment of the cells (“alignment feedback”). All the SORHEA IR barriers are multiplexed (except UNIRIS II & BIRIS II).