Perimeter protection system

Varya Perimeter

Perimeter protection system based on wireless RFID detectors mounted directly on fences, gates and wickets. FLA detectors are installed on individual elements of the fence, which record every fence vibration e.g. shocks, slope, passage through the fence, attempt to damage the sensor, fragment of the fence or cutting off the net. These detectors do not require wiring, and alarm information is transmitted from one to the next in order until the FLU Central Unit receives the information. This happens at a baud rate of 300 FLA detectors per second, and the standard refresh rate is every 3 seconds.

In the event of loss of radio transmission with one detector, there will be a jump in data transmission to the next so-called “Jumping”. This process is completely automatic and does not affect the functioning of the system, and information about the event will be forwarded to the central unit.

We know exactly where in the fence something disturbing is happening. If a source of disturbance is found and neutralized, the system calibrates automatically and automatically returns to full efficiency. Every 24 hours it also carries out a self-check to verify correct operation, in accordance with GRADE 4 requirements.

Thanks to the WAV (Weather Alarm Verification) technology, each detector recognizes adverse weather conditions, which means that the system meets the highest standards of perimeter protection with a minimum number of false alarms caused by bad weather conditions, i.e. strong wind, hail, rain, snow, fog. Compared to cable systems, the Varya Perimeter’s unique feature is its resistance to lightning.

The detectors can be placed on all types of gates and fences (mesh, panel, steel, sheet metal, wooden). They do not require external power supply and the battery life is a minimum of 6 years. The architecture of the entire system is not complicated, and the installation of the sensors is very fast. The user can count on the system’s flexibility when the fence is moved or replaced. It is possible to create a mobile circuit for even mass events.

Effective protection

The system is characterized by very high resistance to false alarms, which means that it achieves the highest quality of protection with the lowest errors. Can detect any attempts to dismantle detectors and fence violations, including bending the mesh. It is fully addressable. Dedicated to strategic areas, including military facilities – compliance with the new defense standard NO-04-A004: 2016). It meets the properties of GRADE 4 and is protected by international patents. The long life of the system is confirmed by a 6-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Unified system of protection of gates and wickets

The wireless magnetic gate detector FLG complements the protection of additional gates and wickets. It has the functions of a basic FLA detector, and additionally has a built-in sensor measuring the strength of the magnetic field, which allows detection of the opening of gates / gates very carefully without causing shocks.

Integration of security systems

Video Monitoring (CCTV)/ Video Management System (VMS)
The use of a wide range of fixed and high speed cameras directed in place of violation of a specific detector through the use of software. Visualization of detectors in VMS systems.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Transmission of information to the master system in order to send the drone to the place indicated by the system or unmanned helicopter at further distances. Possibility of video preview from the event location.
Anarya Alarm
Wireless protection of property in the guarded area. Supplementing the system with security for strategic devices / machines.
Merya RTLS
Wireless monitoring the movement of people in the guarded area. Supplementing the system with an additional function of alarm verification by security personnel / convoy.
Intrusion Alarm System
The use of optical-acoustic signaling and the possibility of arming / disarming zones from the level of Instrusiona Alarm System keypads.
Building Management System (PSIM - Physical Security Information Management)
Visualization of the perimeter protection system with a range of information about the system status and management options from the operator’s level.
Network megaphones
Automatic or manual triggering of warning messages when the alarm zone is violated.
Radar systems
Co-incident of alarm signals from FLA detectors and CTRL + SKY stationary radars supervising the indoor area.