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Paradox Security Systems Motion Detectors
The Paradox series of motion detectors combines advanced features and patented technologies to provide a high level of detection and false alarm prevention. Whatever the application, from outdoor, to pet-friendly, to patented 100% Digital detection, there’s a Paradox motion detector that will suit your needs and surpass your expectations.
Stanley RoamAlert Access Keypad
The Access Keypad is installed close to an exit equipped with a Door Controller to enable staff to bypass the door with a tag without generating an alarm; or accept an alarm that has occurred at that Door Controller.
Stanley RoamAlert Annunciator Panel
Usually mounted at a nursing station, reception, or security station, the Annunciator Panel provides central monitoring of up to six RoamAlert® Door Controllers (zones). Additional Annunciator Panels may be used, to a maximum of six, to monitor up to 36 Door Controllers. The reset switches can be set so that only one reset switch needs to be pressed in order to reset all panels. Alarms can also be monitored at separate locations with additional Annunciator Panels that provide either common or local alarm status. Reset can be performed on any Annunciator Panel when used for common alarm indicators.
Stanley RoamAlert Asset Tag
The Asset Tag is used to protect valuable, mobile assets within your facility. Once the Asset Tag is affixed to the asset, any unauthorized attempt to remove the tag from the asset will result in an alarm. The system also generates an alarm if the tag is brought near a monitored exit or zone without authorization.
Stanley RoamAlert Central Power Supply
The CPS24 Central Power Supply provides power to devices on the RS-485 network, including peripherals such as magnetic door locks. It converts 115 VAC 50/60 Hz input into eight independent, fuse protected, 24 VDC trigger controlled outputs, and offers 1.25 A continuous supply cur- rent per output. The form “C” dry output relay enables alarm monitoring, HVAC shutdown, and elevator recall; it can also be used to trigger auxiliary devices. Each output will route power to a variety of access control hardware and devices (e.g. maglocks, electric strikes, magnetic door holders, etc.). Fuse protected outputs will operate in both fail-safe and/or fail-secure modes.
Stanley RoamAlert Controller System Layout Diagram
This diagram shows a schematic overview of the three controller system layouts normally found in a RoamAlert installation: a single door, a double door, and an elevator. Note that a repeater isolates the elevator from the network, the elevator controller is supplied with 120 VAC (usually by the elevator company), and the door controllers are powered by a central power supply.
Stanley RoamAlert ECO Door Controller
The RoamAlert® ECO Door Controller monitors an exit in a facility using the RoamAlert ECO wander prevention system. The system provides freedom of mobility to residents in senior care facilities, while helping to ensure that they remain safe.
Stanley RoamAlert Elevator System
The Elevator system controls the operation of a facility’s elevators. Instead of lobby coverage on every floor, the Elevator system travels with each elevator car, containing the detection field within that car. As a result, an alarm condition within one elevator car will not impact the operation of other cars in the bank. In addition, nuisance alarms from patients passing through the elevator lobby are eliminated.
Stanley RoamAlert ID Door Controller
The RoamAlert® Door Controller monitors an exit in a facility using the RoamAlert wander prevention system. The system provides freedom of mobility to residents in senior care facilities, while ensuring that they remain safe.
Stanley RoamAlert Pocket Tag Reader
The Pocket Tag Reader is used to test and configure tags. For end-users, the pocket tag reader can be used to test a tag’s battery state, while technicians can use the product for reading, testing and configuring Stanley Healthcare Solutions’ tags, as well as analyzing system and field parameters.
Stanley RoamAlert Securaband Tag
The Securaband Tag provides protection to wander-prone residents. Each tag is identified by its own unique code. The system generates an Exit alarm if the tag is brought near to an exit protected by a Door Controller. The Securaband Tag can be worn on the individual’s wrist or ankle and is attached using the RoamAlert Securaband strap. When attached, the tag provides additional tamper-resistant pro- tection for residents.
Stanley RoamAlert Tag ID Display
The Tag ID Display provides a local display of RoamAlert® tag ID numbers at a door protected by a Door Controller.
The unit displays the most recent five tags detected by the Door Controller in a round-robin fashion on a bright and highly legible LED display. The facility can choose to display either the full six digits of the tag ID number, or only the last four. In the four-digit format, the Tag ID Display also shows the alarm condition (Loiter or Wander Alarm).
Stanley RoamAlert Tag Rack
The Tag Rack is designed to store and protect RoamAlert® wrist tags. The tag rack helps ensure that tags are cycled on a first-in first-out basis to maximize battery life, and helps prevent tag loss that can occur from misplacing tags.
Stanley WanderGuard Gate Lock Spec Sheet
- Door Status Indicator
- Simple to Install
- Fully Self-contained Circuitry Weather Resistant
- Anti-Residual Magnetism Designed Holding Force: 1300 lbs.
Stanley WanderGuard Maglock Standard Spec Sheet
The WanderGuard Standard Magnetic Lock features a stronger holding force for areas where high security is needed, and can be used on perimeter and exit doors. The locks will automatically release in the event of a fire emergency when properly wired to a fire alarm control panel or when power is disconnected. A variety of options and accessories are available for customization.