- Sensor cable length up to 100 km (62.1 mi) per sensor unit
- Pinpoint intrusion locations with a ±4 m (±13 ft) accuracy
- Accurately locate multiple simultaneous intrusion events
Point-locating Fiber Optic Sensor for Detecting Data Conduit TPI
FiberPatrol transmits pulses of laser light into a single-mode optical fiber and accurately measures the minute light reflections that occur along its length. A disturbance of the fiber caused by TPI activity changes the amount of light returned from that point. FiberPatrol’s reflectometry-based technology does not require the light to traverse the full length of cable. If a cable is cut, FiberPatrol retains the ability to detect and locate TPI events up to the point of the cut.
Within the first 40 km of each sensor channel the FP1150 detects hand and machine digging at distances of up to 20 m (66 ft) and the movement of heavy vehicles at up to 30 m (100 ft). At the maximum sensor length of 50 km (31 mi) these typical lateral detection distances are halved.
The FP1150 accurately locates TPI events even when there are multiple simultaneous TPI events or in the presence of non-localized environmental noise. Alarms may be reported by zone number, cable distance and/or GPS coordinates.
If the sensor cable is cut, the FP1150 immediately reports the incident and its location. Moreover, the sensor retains the ability to detect and locate intrusions right up to the point of the cut.
The FP1150 uses single-mode fiber within telecommunications-grade cable. The sensing function requires one fiber.
The FP1150 uses the same integration software as other Senstar products, reducing training requirements while increasing operational efficiencies. Alarms, control, and status information is managed by the Network Manager software, which provides a common unified interface for Senstar’s video and security management software as well as other industry-leading third-party systems.
For physical security professionals, ensuring that a site’s security program (physical systems, people and procedures) achieves its goal of reducing risk and protecting assets is of primary importance. Traditionally, this means...
Maintaining a secure perimeter from both internal and external threats is a fundamental requirement for correctional facilities. The perimeter’s security infrastructure, as part of a comprehensive physical protection system (PPS), includes...