The ECOPOINT sensor system is ideal for monitoring fences, facades, roofs or other solid structures. The system was designed for very simple installation with the most flexible infrastructure possible. This system is aimed at applications in industrial and military environments.
monitoring all structures able to tilt, move or conduct structure-borne noise.
- Detection of structure-borne noise, dynamic tilt and position
- Digital signal processing and filtering
- Concealed or overt installation
- IOs for 3rd party systems available
- Software updateable via download
- Addressable by the bus system
- 6 types of alarm
|Power supply||Via power module conversion to RS-485|
|Sensor element||3-axis (3D) capacitive acceleration sensor|
|Detection types||Structure borne sound, dynamic tilt and position|
|Sector length||Localizable per sensor|
|Number of sensors||Max. 250 per sensor data string|
|Number of sensor strings||Unlimited|
|Electronic connection||2 wires 0.5 mm² shielded|
|Connections||2-pin spring terminals|
|Working temperature||– 35°C bis +85°C|
|Housing||Anodized aluminum IP65 housing (H x W x D) 100 mm x 50 mm x 26 mm with flange|
The sensor is based on acceleration sensors designed as 3D sensor elements in order to increase accuracy and thereby detection reliability.
ECOPOINT is suitable for monitoring fences and various metal structures, and can even be used effectively on walls, windows and roofs. The weather-protected sensor housing can be mounted directly in the open or concealed in fence profiles.
The acceleration or point sensors register changes in structure-borne noise and tilt of the structures and can in addition monitor their own situation. Individual addressing and parameterization allows each sensor to form its own sector, which can be precisely configured to the respective conditions.
The sensors use the latest processor technology and digital signal filtering. The bootloader offers subsequent updating of the processor operating system to retrofit new reporting algorithms. All sensor systems offer the option of signal correlation to as far as possible minimize unwanted signals triggered, for example, by environmental factors such as wind.