TAKEX has launched its next-generation battery-operated quad beam, the TXF-125E, the TXF-125DM. The two models have Double Modulation to enhance the light immunity and they offer a number of key advantages when used with Active Infrared Beams (AIR’s).
Based on the PXB Professional Beam Series, the new sensors are designed to be compatible with all leading wireless systems.
The wide beam pitch ensures stability and reduces the possibility of unwanted activations from wildlife and detritus, and the IP65 design ensures integrity regardless of the installation conditions, preventing ingress from water, dust and insects whilst allowing moisture within to evaporate, prohibiting condensation.
The four-channel selection allows the stacking of beams, and also the use of multiple beams on linear installations further assisted by a transmitter power selection option, allowing the user to choose 25/50/75/100m zone length. Vivid body colours coupled with Dual Ring Gun Sights both facilitate faster alignment, aided by the audible monitor tone.
Mike Burgess, EMEA Sales Manager at TAKEX says, “We are best known for our infrared point-to-point beams. What we offer is not ‘Mission Impossible’ stuff but it’s not, you can not put on night goggles or spray onto the beams to suddenly make them visible, that is just for the movies. Our beams provide totally invisible covert security designed for perimeters.”
Using four batteries in the TX and two in the RX approximately three years of service is expected, TXF-125DM includes a Battery Sharing Function to allow battery monitoring with an adjustable output to customise the warning notification time.
Nothing has been left to chance with TAKEX’s new TXF-125DM, with features including a Drip-Proof housing designed to channel precipitation away from the optical face of the beam, Anti-bird Spikes to prevent our feathered friends from alighting on the units, and ±90° horizontal ±20° vertical adjustable heads to cater for the most dynamic of terrains, the TXF-125DM has it covered.
The company has successfully worked with solar power farms in Greece and has carried out projects for the military and at government buildings in other countries.