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RADION wireless from Bosch provides the range, scalability and exceptional battery life required to ensure reliable performance and superior quality. Advanced diagnostics and multiple device enrollment options make installation and maintenance simple and cost effective. With a complete line of peripherals, RADION provides the flexibility for virtually any application requirement.
RADION TriTech uses artificial intelligence to detect motion and provide immunity to false alarms caused by pets or animals. An integral RF transmitter reports low battery and tamper status, and sends a supervisory signal to the control panel.
Signal Processing RADION TriTech motion detector with Pet Immunity uses both passive infrared and microwave Doppler radar technologies to provide outstanding catch performance and false alarm immunity. Alarm signals must trigger both technologies and meet the signal processing algorithm's strict requirements to generate an alarm.
PIR Signal Processing
Motion Analyzer II uses multiple thresholds and timing windows to analyze timing, amplitude, duration, and polarity of signals to make an alarm decision. The detectors tolerate extreme levels of heat and light from heaters and air conditioners, hot and cold drafts, sunlight, lightning, and moving headlights. There are three sensitivity settings.
Microwave signal processing
Adaptive processing adjusts to background disturbances. This helps to reduce false alarms while maintaining catch performance
Externally visible, tri-color alarm LED indicates each technology independently.
The detector is able to distinguish between signals caused by humans and signals caused by pets such as a dog up to 45 kg (100 lb) or two dogs at 27 kg (60 lb) or up to ten cats. This provides immunity to false alarms while maintaining proper catch performance of human targets.
Draft and Insect Immunity
The sealed optical chamber provides immunity to drafts and insects.
The sensor adjusts its sensitivity to maintain consistent catch performance at critical temperatures.