Texecom Detection Devices - Bitesize

1 module


Andrew Saywell



Detection devices are components used to detect intrusion and may also at times be referred to as sensors. They must be capable of reliably detecting intruders and exhibit a high resistance to false activations. Detection devices utilise a wide range of technologies.

They may be passive devices such as a basic switch or contact. Alternatively, they may be powered active devices that have onboard signal processing to determine whether an intrusion is taking place.

This Bite Size course covers,

What are intruder alarm detection devices?
The role of detection devices    
Perimeter detection
Trap/Volumetric detection
System grading
Environmental classes
Detection device technologies
Operation Installation and false alarm management 
Sequential confirmation

Detection Devices - Bite Size
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