FutureSentry Adds Carousel Sensor to First Responder

FutureSentry, a developer of automated detection solutions designed to enhance perimeter security, has added the FutureSentry Carousel. The advanced carousel sensor is designed to ease installation of the company’s flagship solution, the FutureSentry First Responder, and allow the system’s use in interior applications.

The FutureSentry Carousel is developed for out-of-the-box effectiveness to reduce deployment time and its close-range detection capabilities allow for it to be deployed in interior environments, such as warehouses or covered loading docks, for the first time. Complete 360-degrees of coverage is achieved through eight, fully adjustable, articulating sensor heads.

The new accessory provides a 125-foot detection radius and its hardwired design responds quickly and accurately to any threat within its eight zones. The carousel features a single connector for its entire sensor group to eliminate the need for additional programming of individual sensors. Constructed from noncorrosive, heavy-duty ABS plastic, the FutureSentry Carousel is perfect for pole-mounted and corner-mounted applications. A four-headed version is also available for wall mount applications.

“The FutureSentry Carousel opens doors for the First Responder and closes doors for potential criminals,” said Rolland Trayte, President and CEO, FutureSentry. “As the only surveillance solution designed to prevent crime rather than simplyrecord it, the First Responder has been a popular choice for outdoor perimeter applications. The addition of the carousel sensor allows users to install the best solution for crime prevention within interior environments with increased range and reliability.”

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