Sensors Systems

Eagle

The Eagle K-band microwave motion detector is the sensor of choice for all automatic doors. Employing sophisticated motion tracking technology this product meets ANSI standards while providing unparalleled reliability.

Sensor 7501

TORMAX 7501

The TORMAX 7501 Sensor is a self-monitoring, all active infrared sensor for sliding doors. It combines infrared technology for activation and pedestrian safety. Intellegent unidirectional detection technology provides energy savings with less door hold open time. Self-adjusts in real time avoiding unnecessary door opening caused by changing environmental conditions.

IXIO-DT1

The IXIO-DT1 Sensor is a self-monitoring, dual technology sensor for sliding doors. It combines microwave radar technology for activation of the door with infrared technology for pedestrian safety. The unidirectional radar provides energy savings and an infrared curtain protects pedestrians as they pass through the door.

i-oneX T

The i-oneX T Sensor is a self-monitoring, all active infrared sensor for sliding doors. It combines infrared technology for activation and pedestrian safety. The i-oneX T sensor has a wide and deep detection area that can cover not only the threshold area, but the sidelight area as well.

OA-EDGE1 T

The OA-EDGE1 T Sensor is a door mounted active infrared presence sensor that utilizes triangulation technology to provide for safety as well as reactivation for Low Energy Swing Door Applications. The OA-EDGE1 T sensor can be mounted to either the push or pull side of the door or for ultimate detection both sides of the door. Upon sensing a person in the path of the door, the sensor will stop or slow the door or in the case of a closing door the sensor reopens the door.

OA-EDGE2 T

The OA-EDGE2 T Sensor is a door mounted active infrared presence sensor that utilizes triangulation technology to provide for safety as well as reactivation for High Energy Swing Door Applications. For High Energy Swing Door Applications a OA-EDGE2 T sensor is required on each side of the door. Upon sensing a person in the path of the door, the sensor will stop or slow the door or in the case of a closing door the sensor reopens the door.