What is a glass break simulator used for?

A glass break simulator is used to test wireless glass break detectors or wired glass break detectors. Glass break detectors are devices that listen for the frequency of broken glass with a microphone. The simulator will re-produce the sound of glass breaking at certain frequencies that are intended to ensure the reliability of glass break sensors. The simulator can also be used to test the range of your glass break detectors during installation, or make sure environmental factors aren’t degrading their ability to detect broken glass. The Honeywell FG701 glass break simulator can help you determine if your Honeywell glass break detectors will pick up the sound from all windows you believe to be in range.

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