Interlogix (GE) ShatterPro Glass Break Sensor

Interlogix (GE) ShatterPro Glassbreak Sensor

The Interlogix (GE) Wireless ShatterPro™ glass break sensor uses Pattern Recognition Technology™ to identify the sound of glass breaking and feature a listening range of up to 20 feet. A simple hand clap feature lets the user confirm that the sensor is operational, or a handheld tester can be activated at close range.

What it’s Designed to Do

The wireless ShatterPro glassbreak sensor is an ideal component for intrusion detection where standard door or window sensors won’t be effective.

Things to Consider

Interlogix (GE) ShatterPro Glassbreak Sensor: Specifications
Voltage 3V sensor: 2.8 to 4.5 VDC; 9V sensor: 6 to 16 VDC
Current 3V sensor: 17 uA typ. 9V sensor: 23uA typ.; 5 mA with LED on
Relay Output 3V sensor: Normally closed and normally open 9V sensor: Normally low with NPN transistor and 10 mOhms pull up resistor; normally high with PNP transistor to power 16 VDC max.
Resistance, normal (closed) 700 ohms max.
Resistance, alarm (open) 10 mOhms min.
Alarm Duration 4 sec.
Transmitter Options Models: NX-488; 60-873-95 Battery: Duracell DL 123A 3 V lithium, 5 years typ. Transmitter frequency: 319.5 MHz Transmitter conditions: Alarm, tamper, low battery supervisory
Glass Thickness Up to 1/4 in. (6.4 mm) for plate, tempered, laminated and wired glass
Min. Distance from Glass 4 ft. (1.2 m)
Range 20 ft. (6 m) x 360°
Microphone Omni-directional 360° electret
Sensitivity Factory set
Operating Temperature 14 to 120°F (-10 to 50°C)
RFI Immunity 20 V/meter from 1 to 1000 MHz
Dimensions (HxWxD) Sensor: 3.13 x 4.24 x 1.70 in. (80 x 108 x 43 mm) Bracket: 2.10 x 2.94 x 1.12 in. (53 x 75 x 28 mm)
Housing Flame-retardant ABS plastic
Color White
Mounting Location Ceiling or any wall adjacent or opposite glass
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