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  • D T R - 2 0 0 0 Taut Wire Perimeter Intrusion Detection System Exceptional Probability of Detection

    Negligible False Alarm Rate

    Physical Barrier

    No Field Adjustments Required

    Very Low Maintenance Cost

    No Practical Height Limitations

    No Length Limitations

    Suitable for All Environmental Conditions

    Meets MIL-STD-461/462 for EMI and RFI

    Two Versions Available: • A microprocessor controlled unit

    (C.U. 1505) • A computer controlled unit (CCC)

    with Sensor Post Reporting Unit (SPRU)

    S TATE OF THE ART PERIMETER P R OT E C T I O N The prevention and detection of intrusions by unauthorized personnel into high security, sensitive, secret or vital sites has long been the aim of Magal Security System’s DTR-2000 Taut Wire Intrusion Detection

    System (TWIDS).

    Since its first installation over 30 years ago it has been accepted universally as the ONE system which can be totally relied upon, and which combines an unequaled Probability of Detection (PoD) with a virtual absence of either False Alarms or Nuisance Alarms. Because the DTR-2000 has no weather, terrain or other environmental limitations,

    it has been giving reliable, trouble and maintenance free service — in dry and scorching desert conditions; under severe storms; in tropical, hot and humid climates — as well as in sub zero snow covered areas.

  • FENCE CONFIGURAT I O N The heart of this system is an electro- mechanical sensor which — upon activation — sends a signal to the Computerized Control Center (CCC). The CCC evaluates this signal, sounds an alarm, and gives a clear indication of the type and location of this intrusion attempt.

    The DTR-2000 can be installed as a free standing fence on most existing fence posts, thus serving as a true physical intrusion barrier — or it can be wall mounted to detect any climbing over the wall or fence. Roofs and other such surfaces can be equally well protected by short outrigger-type posts, assuring that buildings which are located near the fence will not serve as possible “weak spots” to intruders.

    SYSTEM PERFORMANCE One of the main problems with any alarm system is the unacceptable number of False and Nuisance Alarms that they produce. Thus, frequently, an alarm is simply disregarded by the guard person- nel — with obvious dire results. The DTR-2000 system is free of this problem — correctly installed it is guaranteed to have less than one False Alarm per Kilometer of system per Three Months. And — this extremely low rate notwith- standing — the Probability of Detection approaches 100%!

    Cutting the fence wires, spreading them, climbing over them on a ladder or through them, cutting the communication cable or trying to tamper with the sensor itself will all cause an immediate alarm. Due to the fact that a force of less than about 15 kg (33 lb.) will not activate the sensor, small animals such as rabbits, dogs, snakes, birds etc., will NOT cause an alarm.

    THE DTR SENSOR The patented electro-mechanical sensor automatically adjusts to any slow soil movement or temperature change, and DOES NOT ever require periodic adjust- ment. It is set by the manufacturer to maximum sensitivity, and is thus immune to possible decrease in sensitivity by inexperienced personnel.

    The DTR-2000 sensors are mounted on Sensor Posts, located halfway between adjacent Anchor Posts. Barbed (or barbless) wires are pre-tensioned between the Anchor Posts, at small distances between them, thus presenting an array of wires impossible to penetrate without causing an alarm. Sensors in each Sensor Post are divided into six separate alarm groups. The CCC continuously monitors all sensors, and in case of maintenance or repair to one group, all other sensors, on all sensor posts, continue functioning normally.

    The monitoring of the sensors, as well as the Alarm Reporting is accomplished through the State of the Art Sensor Post Reporting Unit (SPRU) installed on each Sensor Post and linked to the CCC by means of the Communication Cable. Each Sensor Post is protected against sensor tampering by means of a tamper proof cover, also monitored by the CCC.

    SYSTEM INSTA L L AT I O N The DTR-2000 system, in its free standing configuration, is installed on either an existing carrying fence (provided this fence meets certain design criteria and specifications supplied by Magal) or on a fence specifically con- structed for that purpose. Because of the pre-tensioned wires, the Anchor Posts must be rigid enough and

    D T R - 2 0 0 0 Taut Wire Perimeter Intrusion Detection System

  • sufficiently supported to withstand these tensioning forces. Sliding devices (“spirals”) are located at intervals of 1.5 to 2 m (5 ft. to 6.6 ft.) between the posts, maintaining proper wire spacing and converting wire deflection in any direction into lateral motion necessary to activate the sensors.

    OPTIONAL ADD-ON SYSTEMS Additional alarm devices, such as flood- lights, sirens, CCTV cameras, etc. may be connected to any Sensor Post in the system, and activated either manually or by the Sensor signal.

    Thus, a guard can visually confirm an intrusion attempt by viewing the intruder on a monitor, without having to watch that monitor at all times — a tiring task requiring the frequent change of operator personnel.

    UNIVERSAL SUITA B I L I T Y The DTR-2000 is unaffected by EMI/RFI, or by climatic conditions. It is protected against lightning and can be supplied for any site length, terrain, reasonable system height or configuration.

    It is thus suitable for any and all high security sites requiring the best security with high reliability.

    D T R - 2 0 0 0 Taut Wire Perimeter Intrusion Detection System

  • The major components are as follow s :

    Field Mounted Equipment Sensor posts Anchor posts Sliding devices and Intermediate Spirals Information cable along the fence Sensor activating wire (barbed wire) Tensioning and clamping accessories Connecting units to car rying posts

    C o n t rol EquipmentC The DTR-2000 is available in 2 control configurations: Configuration 1..........................................Computerized Control Center-CCC (IBM or compatible PC,

    Industrial version preferable) Configuration 2..........................................YCU-1505 microprocessor (Motorola MC-6802) based central

    control unit See leaflet on Advanced Computerized Control Center for more information

    DTR-2000 Technical Specifications

    Physical Description Fence length ..............................................no practical limitation Fence height...............................................according to customer specifications,no practical limitation “Standard” configuration.............................2 m (6.6 ft.) ve rt i c a l ; 1 m (39 in.) inclined outri g g e r, 22+6 wire s Sensitivity...................................................fixed and independent of climatic conditions Deflection force..........................................15 kg (33 lbs.) of force or more will activate an alarm False alarm rate (FAR)................................less than one per one km per three months maximum

    E n v i ro n m e n t All external units are designed to meet MIL-STD-810C. No degradation in performance when exposed to or operated in the following environmental conditions:

    Temperature Range....................................-40ºC to +72ºC (-26ºF to +160ºF) Relative Humidity......................................up to 95% non condensing Rain, hail,snow, dust,UV radiation ............unaffected Corrosive atmosphere .................................suitable for almost all environmemts,special stainless steel version for

    exceptional conditions available Lightning & electronic transients ................meets MIL-STD-9094 EMI/RFI...................................................Meets MIL-STD-461/462 MTBF sensor .............................................2.5 x 107 hours MTTR.......................................................30 minutes

    * Specifications subject to change without prior notice.

    D T R - 2 0 0 0 Taut Wire Perimeter Intrusion Detection System

    INTERNATIONAL Senstar-Stellar Corp.

    119 John Cavanaugh Road Carp, ON K0A 1L0

    Canada Tel: (613) 839-5572 Fax: (613) 839-5830

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    UNITED STATES Senstar-Stellar Inc.

    43184 Osgood Road Fremont, CA 94539 Tel: (510) 440-1000 Fax: (510) 440-8686

    1-800-676-3300 • West Coast (HQ) [email protected]

    UNITED KINGDOM Senstar-Stellar Limited

    Orchard House Evesham Road

    Broadway Worcs., U.K. WR12 7HU

    Tel: (1386) 834433 Fax: (1386) 834477

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    LATIN AMERICA Senstar-Stellar Latin America,

    Pradera No.214 Col. Pradera

    Cuernavaca, Morelos 62170, Mexico

    Tel: 011 52 (73) 130 288 Fax: 011 52 (73) 170 364 [email protected]

    EUROPE Senstar GmbH

    Riedheimer Str. 8 88677 Markdorf Germany Tel: 011 49 7544-95910

    Fax: 011 49 7544-959129 [email protected]

    Senstar-Stellar is represented by dealers

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    DTR-2000 SY S T E M CO M P O N E N T S

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