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Optex SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector

Optex SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector

Optex SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector

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Optex SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector

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The Smart Line SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector from Optex offers detection up to a distance of 350' without requiring any trenching or wiring. The unit includes a multi-functional backbox that accepts most manufacturers wireless transmitters, and comes with four batteries per set, with the option of expanding to eight for up to 10 years of battery life.  In addition, the SL-350QFR is compatible with the AX-TW200 line of beam towers for a clean, concealed, wireless mounting option. The SL-350QFR is well suited for perimeter protection where labor costs or trenching is an issue. 

The sniper viewfinder telescope lens allows a high level of visibility and magnification for optical alignment work. Even at maximum installation distance, the viewfinder increases the probability of optimal alignment. Also, the IP65 weather protection allows the SF-QFR beam to be protected from interruption caused by insects, dirt, sand or humidity.

Quad beam detection
4-channel selectable beam frequency
Long battery life (2 batteries per transmitter and receiver included)
Compatible with most major wireless transmitters
Triple tamper function
Beam interruption adjustment function
Sniper viewfinder for easy alignment
High grade aspherical lens
IP65-rated weather protection
Intermittent output function
5 to 10 years battery life operation for detector
Battery saving function
Suitable for commercial, industrial, or residential applications, both indoors and outdoors
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Optex SL-350QFR Battery Powered Quad-Beam Photoelectric Detector
  • 4 x Battery
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Detection Range 350.0' (106.6 m)
    Distance Information Arrival Distance: 3500.0' (1066.8 m)
    Detection Method Quad IR beam interruption detection
    Channels Selectable Beam Frequency: 4
    Time Interval Interruption Time: Variable between 50/100/250/500 ms (4 steps)
    Power Source Recommended: 3.6 V, 13.0 Ah LSH20 lithium batteries manufactured by SAFT
    Operating range: 3.2 to 4.0 V lithium batteries
    Transmitter: 2 units, Receiver: 2 units
    Current Draw 745 µA (Transmitter: 420 µA + Receiver: 325 µA (at 77°F (25°C), 3.6 VDC))
    Battery Life Transmitter: approximately 4 years
    Receiver: approximately 5 years
    Output Alarm output: From C-Solid state switch: 3.6 VDC, 0.01 A
    Alarm period: 2 seconds (+/-1) nominal
    D.Q Output: From C-Solid state switch: 3.6 VDC
    Low battery: Receiver only
    N.C Mechanical switch: 3.6 VDC, 0.01 A (Transmitter and receiver)
    Tamper output: N.C (contact output): 3.6 VDC, 0.01 A opens when cover, main unit or back box is removed (Receiver only)
    Indicators Alarm indicator (Receiver): Alarm: On, Light receiving: Off
    Level indicator: No light receiving: Off, Light receiving: Flickering or Off
    Power Indicator: Power On: On, Power Off: Off
    Low Voltage Indicator: Voltage reduction: Flickering
    Alignment +/- 90° Horizontal, +/- 10° Vertical
    Operating Temperature -4 to +140°F (-20 to +60°C)
    Operating Humidity 95% maximum
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 17.9 x 3.3 x 5.4" (45.4 x 8.3 x 13.7 cm)
    Weight 7.25 lb (3.28 kg), Total weight of transmitter and receiver excluding the accessories

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