Paradox NV780M detector is designed to provide a pre-entry protection solution, while keeping the perimeter free from movement, designed to protect exterior/interior walls and doors or windows.
Available in both wired relay and bus connection with EVO panels (NV780MX), or in a wireless version (NV780MR) internally selectable to transmit at 433 MHz or 868 MHz. The NV780M rugged indoor/outdoor detector incorporates two double passive infrared side-by-side detectors (right and left view), independent of each other with separate anti-mask detection for each side. The optics are specially designed to provide multiple narrow beams for excellent detection covering up to 12m (40 ft) for each side. Range adjustment is performed by adjusting the viewing angle
of the bottom facing beams (moving them up and down). The detectors are configurable to report as a single unit (two side detectors reporting to a single zone output) or as dual units (each side reporting to a separate zone). The NV780MR provides up to three years of extended battery life.
Immediate Perimeter Protection
The NV780M Series creates a narrow detection beam pattern from 3m (10 ft) up to 12m (40 ft) on each side protecting windows, doors and walls.
Active IR Anti-Mask
Paradox Anti-Masking technology, anti-masking detection regulatory requirements with enhanced range and shorter detection period resulting in superior Anti-masking detection and stable reliability. The NV780M Series recognizes objects placed close proximity up to 30 cm / 12 in. of the lens within 20 seconds detection confirmation developed for outdoor environments, detection includes hard to detect clear lacquer, aluminum foil and clear adhesive tape, as well as degradation of the lens due to dirt or dust.
Adjustable Detection Range
The NV780MX/NV780MR detection range can be adjusted separately for each side by sliding the down-looking beams up or down, adjusting the range from 3m to 12m. The beam sensitivity gain can also be adjusted digitally as well by a dip switch (Fig. 1).
Adjustable Beam Angle from Wall
Beams can be parallel or 3° away from wall and can be adjusted separately for each side (Fig. 2).