Press Release Summary:
- Used for detecting shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall
- Capable of detecting both low and high frequencies and reduces chance of false alarms
- Suitable for armor-coated glass or residential applications and can be mounted on the ceiling or on an opposing wall
Original Press Release:
DMP Two-Way Wireless™ Glassbreak Detector
Senses High and Low Frequencies From Up to 20’ Away
SPRINGFIELD, MO — April 4, 2019 Glass windows and entryways give businesses a bright and welcoming feel. But they can be vulnerable to criminals looking for an easy way to break in after hours. To stop them in their tracks, DMP is pleased to introduce the new 1128 Wireless Glassbreak Detector.
Designed to detect the shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall, the 1128 Wireless Glassbreak Detector is a fully supervised, low-current shock and glassbreak sensor that provides added detection coverage up to 20 feet. By detecting both high and low frequencies, the 1128 reduces the chance of false alarms. It’s also suitable for armor-coated glass or any residential application.
For maximum flexibility and coverage, the 1128 Wireless Glassbreak Detector can be mounted on the ceiling or on an opposing wall. It’s compatible with all DMP 1100 Series wireless receivers and existing wireless transmitters running Version 106 and higher. It uses the supplied 3 V lithium battery.
About DMP: DMP is a privately held, independent manufacturer of innovative intrusion, fire, access control, network and cellular communication products designed, engineered, and manufactured in Springfield, Mo., using U.S. and global components. DMP is the recognized leader in alarm communication over data networks, with products that are available through professional electronic security companies. For more information, contact Mark Hillenburg at MHillenburg@DMP.com or visit DMP.com.