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TAKEX, PR-30BE, 30 Metre Reflective Beam, External Reflective Beam

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TAK540
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The PR-30BE uses Time of Flight technology to determine detecting distance with unprecedented accuracy by measuring both light reception level and timing, meaning no lost alarms from highly reflective objects such as white vehicles.

 

The PR-30BE can be used where conventional beams that require power at both ends are impractical due to either installation cost or environmental concerns, such as across waterways, roads, and runways; providing the performance of a traditional point-to-point beam sensor with the single-ended convenience of a PIR detector.

 

Sized like a twin beam but with several features carried over from the PB-IN and PXB flagship quad series, the PR-30BE includes environmental monitoring which dynamically optimises performance to match changing conditions with a dedicated output giving a pre-alarm warning if required. Also included is the popular audible alignment tone function which together with the dual-ring viewfinder and monitor output voltage options, ensure easy beam alignment.

 

The PR-30BE also includes response time adjustment, +/-90 degrees horizontal and +/-5 degrees vertical adjustment, and a newly redesigned reflector assembly for a minimum operational distance of just 0.5m.

 

Features:

  • easy one-sided installation
  • Time of Flight technology for secure detection regardless of environment
  • suitable for both indoor and outdoor use
  • ±90 degrees horizontal and ±5 degrees vertical adjustment
  • response time adjustment

 

Specifications:

Detection system Near infrared beam interruption system (reflective)
Protection distance Outdoor 0.5-30m (1.7-100ft) or less
Indoor 0.5-40m (1.7-135ft) or less
Supply voltage 10.5V to 30VDC (Non-polarity)
(Class 2 poered device)
Current consumption 200mA or less
160mA or less (12VDC)
80mA or less (24VDC)
Alarm output Dry contact relay NO/NC
Contact capacity: 30V (AC/DC) 0.25A or less
Relay operation: Interruption time (minimum 2 secs.)
Environmental output Dry contact relay NO/NC
Contact capacity: 30V (AC/DC) 0.25A or less
Tamper output Dry contact relay N/C
Action: Activated when cover is detached
Contact capacity : 30V AC/DC 0.25A or less
Response Time 0.05 / 0.1 / 0.25 / 0.5 sec.
Alarm LED Red LED
ON: when an alarm is initiated.
Sensitivity attenuation / Environment LED Red LED
with cover removed (alignment process): lights when beam is attenuated
with cover attached: lights when weather conditions worsen
Functions Monitor output
Response time adjustment
Ambient temperature range -25°C to +60°C (-13°F to +140°F)
Mounting positions Outdoor / Indoor
Wiring Terminals
Weight Sensor: 370g (13oz)
Reflector : 190g (6.7oz)
Appearance Sensor: Resin (wine red)
Reflector : Resin (clear / black)

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