Aritech Dual Motion Detectors Update With digital pyro, neural algorithm.
Aritech Dual Motion Detectors Update – Aritech’s dual motion detectors line-up has been given 2 major upgrades to answer the biggest challenge for users – false alarm detection.
The first upgrade relates to hardware – the products are moving from an analogue to a digital pyro. The new digital pyro detects the temperature fluctuations with a high degree of precision, allowing for a reduction of electrical interferences and more accurate detection.
The second breakthrough technology is in software – it’s a neural algorithm. This is a code that allows software to learn signals and adapt the response accordingly.
Aritech’s upgraded sensors remain unchanged on the outside but this combination of new technologies improve the signal quality and help deliver a level of false alarm immunity never possible before.
Aritech Dual Motion Detectors Update
“Created by our engineering team, the neural algorithm is an innovation that stands out and represents a major step forward in the detection world – with a patent pending,” Aritech said.
Internal testing gives 80 per cent certainty that reliability is at least 99.5 per cent and there’s also improved detection for fast and slow movement.
Aritech’s digital pyro and neural algorithm are be the foundation of the company’s new generation sensors and the enhanced features can be upgraded and further enhanced in future product lines.
As well as being highly resistant to false alarms, the new sensors are so reliable they can be installed in tough applications, including correctional facilities, critical infrastructure, manufacturing and logistics, as well as residential and retail.
Sensors enhanced with the latest upgrades include models DD1012, DD1012AM-N, DD1012AM-D-N, DD1012PI-N, DDV1016-N, DDV1016AM-N, DDV1016AM-D-N, DDV1016AM-D-B-N.
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“Aritech Dual Motion Detectors Update With digital pyro, neural algorithm.”