Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector

Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector

Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector

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Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector

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The Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector employs multiple beam technology and utilizes AND circuit that requires all beams to be interrupted simultaneously before an alarm is generated. This reduces false alarms due to accidental beam interruption by falling leaves and small animals. The transmitter when used with the receiver (sold separately) offers selectable beam frequencies to avoid unwanted crosstalk that can occur when using multiple photobeams over long distances or beam stacking applications.

Note: This unit is designed to detect an intruder and activate an alarm control panel. Being only a part of a complete system, we cannot accept responsibility for any damages or other consequences resulting from an intrusion. This product conforms to the EMC Directive 89/336 ECC.

4-Channel Selectable Beam Frequencies
  • Crosstalk is eliminated by selectable beam frequencies
Lightning & Surge Protection
  • An improved Electro-Magnetic Interference surge absorber and a high surge resistive relay have been installed to protect from lightning surges and maintain stable operation

 

Adjustable Beam Interruption Period
  • Beam interruption time can be adjusted for any application
  • For example, when protecting a wall or fence, a longer interruption time will catch intruders

 

D.Q. Circuit (Environmental Disqualification)
  • D.Q. circuit sends a trouble signal when the beam strength is below the acceptable level due to heavy fog, rain, snow, or other changes in the installation site

 

99% Beam Blocking Stability
  • Enables stable operation with as much as 99% loss of beam energy caused by heavy rain, dust storms, fog, or snow

 

Additional Features
  • 16-step LED indicator
  • Environmental disqualification circuit
  • IP54 rated
  • Anti-frost design
  • AGC circuit adjustable
  • Alignment Level Monitor Jack: Can easily obtain maximum optical alignment by checking the voltage from this jack
  • Form C relay
  • Tamper: N.C. opens when cover is removed
  • UL Listed

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In the Box
Optex Transmitter for AX-650TF Long Range Photoelectric Detector
  • 8 x Screw (4x20 Self Tapping)
  • 8 x Screw (M4x30)
  • 4 x U-Shaped Bracket
  • 2 x Beam Blocking Tool
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty on Parts & Labor
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Detection Method Infrared photoelectric
    Technology Active Infrared
    Wiring Wired
    Installation Commercial and industrial
    Type Indoor, outdoor
    Zones Perimeter, interior
    Coverage Outdoor: 650' (120 m)
    Indoor: 1,300' (400 m)
    Maximum Distance Arrival: 6,500' (2,000 m)
    Beams 4-channel selectable
    Interrupt Levels Period: 50, 100, 250, 500 msec (4 steps)
    Power Supply 10.5 to 30 VDC
    Current Consumption Normal Operation: 13 mA
    Optical Alignment: 13 mA
    Alarm Period 2 sec (±1) nominal
    Alarm Output Form C Relay (28 VDC, 0.2 A maximum)
    Switch Tamper: N.C. opens when cover is removed
    Operating Temperature -30 to 140°F (-35 to 60°C)

    Use the heating unit (HU-1, sold separately) when temperature drops below -13°F (-25°C)

    Operating Humidity 95% maximum
    Alignment Angle: ±10° vertical, ±90° horizontal
    Memory LED indicates memory status, selectable negative and positive
    Circuit Environmental Disqualification Circuit: Form C relay operates when beam energy gradually reduces to abnormal level
    Mounting Wall or pole
    Dimensions 17.0 x 4.0 x 5.0" (43.1 x 10.1 x 12.7 cm)
    Weight 2.0 lb (0.9 kg)

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