Glass Break Simulators

Glass Break Simulators

The only thing like this that we sell is called a Telguard unit. You can see them here: https://www.alarmgrid.com/browse/lte-cellular-communicators/brands/telguard These units connect to the dialer output of the panel, simulate a dial tone, then capture the dialed signal and transmit it cellularly. However, I have no idea if either of the versions we sell would work in India.
Hi, In India Impassa 9050 ( without Built in GSM Dialler ) model we are using about 20000 Installation . External dialler BGSM120 currently we are using . Signal drop we found recently due to GPRS model which is the best external dialler you suggest? LTE Model will work?? Regards Naras

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hi DIYs joy from alarm grid and today we're going to talk about glass break simulators glass prick simulators are devices that are used to test glass break devices each manufacturer is going to have their own recommend glass breaks simulator to use with their glass break devices to test them basically what these devices do is they simulate the sound of breaking glass this is very useful because glass break devices are kind of tricky to test you may have wondered how do I test this actual device the last break device it's a security device usually you're gonna have a program in your system as a perimeter device and it's gonna listen for the sounds of breaking glass each blast break detector is going to have its own recommended installation for its optimal use so you're going to want to check the manuals before you install it because there's going to be a certain distance that it has to be from the class but essentially what they do is that if you have a detector here you have a pane a window or pane of glass here such as a window and the glass smashes that noise is gonna trigger the detector and the alarm system will go off now after you install these detectors there's a good chance that you're going to want to test them just to make sure that they are working and that everything is going to work as expected as I said before each manufacturer they're gonna have a different recommended glass brick detector to use we have found also in a pinch you can sometimes go online and get the sounds of breaking glass and that sometimes will trigger the detector but it's not really recommended because it's not simulating the exact sound that's recommended by the manufacturer to test the device so really getting the recommended glass break that simulator is the best and most secure way to make sure that your glass break detector is working properly and that it's going to do what it's supposed to do Honeywell is kind of unique as they have something called flex technology in the glass break simulator and the detector basically what this does is that their glass break detectors are listening for a low thud and a high crash so a low pitched thud at a high pitch crash on the simulator when you go to use it you're actually going to put it into the test mode and then make a thud noise either by tapping the window or hitting something when it here is that it's going to make the high pitch crash afterwards which will trigger the glass break if it's made by Honeywell and if it's looking for that before you do do any testing on your glass break detectors or using your glass break simulator is one thing that you're going to want to make sure is that the batteries and the simulator are good and that the batteries and the detector are not dead because that's going to give you some trouble when you go to try to test now on the DSC side of things there's the AFT 100 it pretty much does the same thing as the Honeywell FG 7 on one except it doesn't have that flex technology that Honeywell uses but if you do have DSC glass break detectors the DSC AFT 100 is going to be the the simulator that you're going to want to use to test those with and also there's the inner logics v 709 C dash W just like the other devices this will test glass break detectors that are made by our logics each of these has some features pertinent to the manufacturer of the devices so if you head over to the product pages you'll be able to check out and see what each one does but essentially all these devices are used to test the glass break detectors so if you have Honeywell glass break detectors the FG 701 is what you're going to want to use get enter logics glass break detectors the analogic v 709 C dash W is it going to be the device that you want to use and if you have DSC glass break detectors the a of t100 is going to be the glass break simulator that you do want to use if you have any questions about glass breaks emulators glass break detectors or how to test them feel free to give us a call at eight at eight eight one eight seven seven to it you can head over to our website wwlp.com did enjoy the video feel free to subscribe if you want to be notified when we post future videos hit the notification button below and I'll send you an update what we do so thanks for watching and have a great day


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