Sensors Thwart Intruders

HSI Sensing extends its Sentinel high-security sensors product line with four UL 634 certified sensors. HSI launched its Sentinel sensors line in 2017 as an enhanced technology for high-security intrusion detection,   


Sentinel sensors utilize Solid State technology and are designed with a wide range of anti-tamper features that allow them to resist physical, electrical and magnetic tampering. Sentinel is intended to be a door contact sensor and entry-point alarm where failure is not an option, like at government facilities, prisons, banks, weapon sites and other high-security areas.

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Two of the new models - recessed & retro – also carry the UL 634 Level 2 High Security certification. The recessed version is a concealed mount for use inside door frames, and the retro version is compliant with existing models on the market to facilitate the ease of replacing outdated technology with the newest innovations. The other two new sensors are SRC+ products and are door and window contacts for the high-end residential and commercial markets. They feature much greater resistance than standard market products currently available. 


The expanded Sentinel high security sensors line is certified and available for delivery now. For more details, visit HSI is also working on several other developments, which will be released in the coming months. To learn more, visit HSI.


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