JA-151IR Wireless 4beam optical barrier

The JA-151IR four-beam infra-red optical barrier is designed for the indication of a breach into a protected area.

Wireless 4beam optical barrier

JA-151IR Wireless 4beam optical barrier

The barrier is a product by Optex supplemented with transmitters compatible with the JABLOTRON 100+. The device is equipped with a 4-ray optical part with a high immunity against false alarms and the detection of small animals. The barrier occupies two positions in the system. The transmitters regularly perform automatic tests and report their status to the system. The barrier should be installed by a trained technician with a valid certificate issued by an authorised distributor.

Battery is not included.

Technical specifications

Power 4x (8x) LSH20 type lithium batteries (3.6 V/13 Ah)
Please note: Batteries are not included
Current consumption (nominal/maximal) 765 µA/50 mA
Average battery lifetime approx. 3 years* (6 years)*
* with 120 s energy saving mode
Communication band 868.1 MHz, JA-100 protocol
RF range up to 300 m (open area)
Optex barrier parameters
Distance between barrier units max. 100 m
Barrier installation height 0.7 – 1.0 m
Object motion speed as set by an installer
Enclosure protection IP65
Max. relative humidity of the environment 95 %
Weight (receiver + transmitter) 3300 g
Operational environment according to EN 50131-1 IV
Operational temperature range -20 °C to +60 °C
Security grade according to OPTEX
Complies with ETSI EN 300220, EN 50130-4, EN 55022, EN 60950-1
Can be operated according to ERC REC 70-03

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