Senstar Showcases FlexZone at IFSEC Southeast Asia


New ranging fence-mounted sensor reports fewer nuisance alarms with high probability of detection.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia IFSEC Booth D414 – September 3, 2014 – Senstar, the world’s largest manufacturer of perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) will be at IFSEC Southeast Asia from September 3-5, showcasing its latest generation ranging fence-mounted sensor, FlexZone. An innovative technology that enables flexible zoning through software, FlexZone can detect and localize multiple simultaneous intrusions with three meter location accuracy.

Gord Loney, Vice President Product Sales says: “FlexZone builds upon Senstar’s 30 plus years of perimeter security experience to deliver a sensor that is adaptable to a wide variety of fences, easy to install, provides networking capability for remote configuration and alarm reporting, and works reliably in the harshest environments.”

Using signals generated by the minute flexing of its sensor cable, FlexZone detects and locates intruders climbing, cutting or lifting the fence fabric and can discriminate between intrusion signals and environmental noise. FlexZone supports 600 meters of sensor cable per processor, creates zones through software, and carries power and data on the sensor cable – dramatically reducing infrastructure costs.

“IFSEC Southeast Asia is the perfect venue for us to introduce FlexZone’s unique capabilities to the local security market,” says Loney. “These capabilities, coupled with Senstar’s outstanding service and engineering support, make FlexZone an excellent option for securing large or small fenced sites.”

For a demonstration of FlexZone, visit Senstar representatives at Booth D414, and learn more about Senstar’s other technologies for perimeter intrusion, including FiberPatrol – our ranging fiber optic intrusion detection system, and OmniTrax – our award-winning ranging buried cable detection system. Also, don’t miss Senstar’s Gord Loney’s seminar discussing Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) for Remote Unmanned Sites. The seminar will be held on September 5 at 2 p.m.

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