05/21/2021 • Access control and clocking • Building Security

Sorhea: Solaris

Sorhea: Autonomous Active Infrared Barrier

Vote for this product, from June 1st until August 23rd 2021 (see category D, company Sorhea)

The Solaris is an active infrared barrier consisting of a network of columns that create an immaterial and invisible wall of detection around the site to be protected. The columns communicate an alarm when an intruder cuts the infrared beams as well as filtering any unwanted alarms.

Traditionally, IR barriers need cables for power and to send alarm information. The Solaris is an 100% autonomous infrared barrier that is powered by a solar panel and built-in battery. The alarms are communicated via an encrypted mesh radio network to the Maxibus hub that in turn relays the alarm information to third party systems. The Solaris is designed to equip existing sites where there is a real practical or economic interest in removing the civil works.

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1 rue du Dauphiné CS 90323
69570 Vaulx-en-Velin Cedex

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