The Resolution Products RE109 Wireless Glass Break Sensor is a 319.5 MHz glass break detection sensor that will work with the 319.5 MHz Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus, the original IQ Panel 2, and the Interlogix Simon Panels. It uses an omni-directional microphone to detect glass break events.
Glass break sensors like the RE109 are used for monitoring windows and other glass fixtures for forced entry or any other breakages. The RE109 is designed to detect glass break events from up to 25 feet away. A direct line of sight for any glass being monitored is required. Multiple windows can be monitored if the sensor is placed strategically. The sensor should be placed at least 3.3 feet away from any glass structure that is being monitored.
An LED light on the RE109 shows when the device has been activated. The device includes an enrollment button, which is only used for enrolling. A single lithium CR123A battery is used for power. Expected battery life is four (4) to six (6) years. The sensor includes a tamper switch, and it will alert the system whenever the sensor is opened up. The sensor measures in a 3.13"L x 4.25"W x 1.70"D. The sensor is tested using an Interlogix/GE 5709C Shatter Series Tester.
In addition to glass break detection, the RE109 can also be programmed to a second zone with a separate device ID to serve as a wireless transmitter for a single Normally Closed wired contact. To enroll the primary glass break detection zone, simply press the device enrollment button with the system in its auto-enrollment mode. The second zone is learned-in by holding down the device's enrollment button, while applying power to the sensor by inserting the device battery.
- Sensor Type: Wireless Glass Break Detector
- Operating Frequency: 319.5 MHz
- Microphone: 360-Degree Omni-Directional
- Coverage Area: 3.3 Feet to 25 Feet Away (Requires Direct Line-of-Sight)
- Auxiliary Input: Yes
- LED Light: Yes
- Battery: Lithium CR123A
- Battery Life: About 4 to 6 Years
- Dimensions: 3.13"L x 4.25"W x 1.70"D