The SOLARIS independent columns form a real immaterial wall of detection. Powered by a solar panel and an integrated battery, no civil engineering is necessary during the installation. A radio mesh is then created by all the SOLARIS columns to transmit alarm information reliably and efficiently.
Each SOLARIS column integrates a very powerful radio transmitter/receiver with low power consumption.
When the infrared barrier detects an intrusion, the alarm information is received by all the nearby infrared columns which in turn retransmit it automatically. The alarm message is thus relayed up to a radio reception coordinator connected to the MAXIBUS UNIVERSAL hub. The alarm centre is then alerted to the intrusion.
Fully autonomous solution, no civil engineering
The infrared SOLARIS column is fully autonomous. Powered by a solar panel and an integrated battery, no civil engineering operation or wiring is necessary during installation.
The battery guarantees an excellent system autonomy (more than 1 month) and operating temperatures of – 35°C to +70°C. Each SOLARIS column is equipped with a radio transmitter / receiver from SORHEA. Thanks to a proprietary protocol, all the infrared columns form a secure mesh network.
This technology enables alarm information to take several paths simultaneously to reach the radio coordinator and thus ensure a high level of security. To reinforce the security of the information, a “watchdog” function surveys the correct functioning of the network.
- Intruder Alarms & Detection