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We are installers of the Southwest Microwave Perimeter Security range. Which has received government certification from the United Kingdom’s Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) for its INTREPID™ MicroPoint™ II intelligent fence-mounted perimeter intrusion detection sensor.
The successful accreditation of MicroPoint II by CPNI reinforces its capabilities as an effective counter-terror solution for the highest security applications, both in the UK and abroad. INTREPID™ Perimeter Security Systems are used worldwide in:
Bonded warehouse facilities
INTREPID is fitted on 4 different fence types, chain Link, 50 x 50mm weldmesh, 358 weldmesh & Steel palisade.
INTREPID™ works with MicroPoint™ cable which detects any fence disturbance and locates it to within 3 meters. Precise location allows proprietary digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms to detect any attempt to cut or climb the fence while ignoring distributed noise from wind, rain or heavy vehicles - Reliable detection is assured.
Alarms are signaled to a PC operating INTREPID Map Monitor or Perimeter Security Manager Software (a fully integrated security monitoring & control solution), a Windows-based security monitoring and control software package. It displays the exact location of intrusion alarms to within 3 meters (10ft) on the map and provides the operator a text message with distance to user defined reference points. INTREPID Map Monitor provides a sophisticated, yet easy to use graphical user interface managing all functionality related to intrusion detection alarms, events, and devices. INTREPID can be linked to CCTV systems, switching to cameras integrated with preset camera positions to view the area where the point of intrusion has been detected. For more information check out the YouTube Video:
INTREPID™ MicroPoint™ II Perimeter Security Systems awarded CPNI (formerly SEAP) Approval
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