Optex rls 2020

Product Details

The RLS-2020S is our compact indoor - Grade 3 compliant - and outdoor laser sensor which provides a customisable ‘virtual’ wall or plane with a detection area up to 20mx20m or 30m radius 95° with the extended range mode
(ver 3.0 onwards) to detect people or objects. Our RLS series uses LiDAR technology to protect areas from security breaches such as intrusion, theft or unauthorised access as well as improving the reliability of video based motion detection and surveillance.
The REDSCAN RLS-2020S has been designed to integrate with security or safety systems. It creates a detection area that cannot be easily provided by other sensors or video based detection systems such as virtual walls or virtual ceilings. The RLS 2020S is an ideal sensor to protect skylights in buildings, walls, assets such as paintings or shelves storing valuables goods. The discreet design and custom-paint option enables it to blend very well into an indoor or residential environment.

Skylight Protection

Efficient Video Surveillance

Indoor Ceiling Protection

Certification Required

Applications

  • Buildings
  • Perimeter
  • Approach
  • Roof / Ceiling
  • House

Key Features

  • LiDAR with customisable detection area up tp 20x20m or 95° 30m radius (ver. 3)
  • Creates virtual walls and planes for a versatile indoor/ outdoor protection
  • Unique algorithm detecting the size, distance and speed of the objects
  • PoE compliant and integrated with most VMS platforms

FAQs

The Redscan RLS-2020I and RLS-2020S both require PoE, but will work with PoE+.

The Redscan series generate a Redwall Event Code. This is a simple ASCII character code which can be sent via TCP/IP (for example to a VMS). The Redscan Event Code communication can be set as follows:

  • UDP Broadcast
  • UDP Unicast
  • UDP Broadcast & TCP
  • UDP Unicast & TCP

In addition to the above, with the RLS-2020 there is also an HTTPS integration.

If you are interested in getting Installation training and certification for Redscan, please email tech-support@optex-europe.com with the following information:

  1. First & Last Name
  2. Job Title
  3. Company Name
  4. Telephone Number
  5. Email
  6. Project Name

Optex will send invite to online training for each technician provided (training is free, no limit on number of people getting trained)

A large selection of our intrusion detection sensors can be custom painted, including our LiDAR range, our short range outdoor PIRs and dual tech sensors such as the BX, VX and WX series. Some of our sensors though, like our IR beams and beam towers cannot be customised as the housing has been treated with special UV resistant material and the properties of the material would be affected by any coating. It is recommended that you check with your distributor or directly with OPTEX whether your sensor is suitable for customised painting.

What do we mean by customised painting ?

Customising the sensor means the body of the detector will be coated with either a single colour or with a pattern simulating the background surface where the sensor will be installed. Any colour variation and many design options can be achieved: the coating can replicate a wood texture, foliage, marble or natural stone, metal, carbon fibre and many more.

Can all the parts of the sensors be coated?

The plastic housing can, but some parts might not be suitable for custom paint, usually the parts next to the lens which are made of a different material

When can a customisation be done?

The customisation is only available to newly purchased sensors and requires on average 10 working days. Once you have selected the right sensors suitable for your protection needs you should analyse the precise locations where they will be installed in order to establish what will be the background like. At this stage share with our team the RAL code for the colour or a high res image of the background where the sensor will be installed. The process of customisation is arranged by OPTEX.

Don’ts

We strongly recommend that you don’t try customising the sensors yourself; applying spray paint will not work, it will damage the sensor and it will invalidate the warranty. The cost for the customisation of the sensor varies based on order and type of sensor. Contact our sales team to find out more and discuss your needs.

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