Secure any land perimeter with a buried line sensors fence, an invisible underground perimeter fence. Our system operates buried sensors (seismic) that when placed underground, create an invisible perimeter security system around the secured area – one that is impossible to dig under or jump over.
InvisiFence is an intrusion detection early warning system, featuring adaptive self-learning algorithms with exceptionally high recognition level of diverse threats. It can distinguish between various threats above or below ground – footsteps, moving vehicles, digging and more – whenever fluctuations occur even before the intrusion takes place. The buried PIDS recognizes small animals and birds below 30 kg, leading to a minimal false alarm rate (FAR).
InvisiFence provides a most reliable layer of extra of protection to small and large sites alike.
Ideal for local integrators, as a buried line sensor, the InvisiFence is especially easy to install and maintain. It comprises seismic buried sensors strings which are connected to local processing units (6 buried sensors are connected to each processing unit).
The processing units are installed in spacing of approx. 40m (130feet), and all of the processing units along the perimeter are connected to a central hub unit via a single cable with a standard RS485 bus. A hub is required every 500m (1,640feet).
InvisiFence can work standalone or as part of a long perimeter network whereby the hubs are connected together to create a continuous perimeter.
Answer: InvisiFence is very easy to install. Moreover, we supply the system pre-configured and labeled according to site dimensions and layout in order to simplify installation by local integrator.
In addition, we usually have a remote training session ( 1 hour training) to cover all aspects of installation.
If needed, we also offer on-site installation support
Answer: The InvisiFence system is not influenced by nearby fences or any other metal objects (opposite to buried coax cables).
Answer: No, the system isn't influenced by rain or wind, or other environmental conditions.
Answer: Yes. SensoGuard can provide our alarm API protocol for simple integration with any software, we are also happy to assist with any integration effort.
Answer: The system can operate from external 12Vdc or from internal batteries up to 4 years.
The system also includes a UPS circuit that operates a back-up battery in case of power failure.
Answer: we recommend installing the sensors at least 3m from neighbors' yard to minimize the chance of getting alarms when someone is walking on their yard.
Answer: You can set the output alarms in two ways : dry contact outputs (which you can connect to any alarm panel) or protocol output (for C&C or 3rd party integration)
Answer: Yes, you can change the settings after installation. At any time, you can change the sensitivity level and modify the configuration on any unit and sensor.
Users can control all settings from the hub unit.