Optex’ range of Intelligent Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors have been deployed by Harper Security Systems to cover three properties in the UK Home Counties and Lincolnshire. The sensors are using a combination of the manufacturer’s PIR sensors to protect property, people and other important assets including horses from the dangers of vandalism and theft.
“We have worked with Optex for a number of years and have found their range of PIR sensors to be extremely accurate and reliable, which is critical when specifying external detection,” said Alan Harper, Director at Harper Security Systems. “The flexibility and versatility of the sensors is such that they are ideal for multiple environments. For example, we have recently installed them at a private stables in Lincolnshire to protect horses and valuable equestrian equipment, residences in rural villages in both Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire to protect property and personal items, as well as in commercial business environments.”
“Reliable external protection is becoming increasingly important not only to secure equipment and assets, but also livestock and other animals like horses,” added Ben Linklater, Sales Director at Optex Europe. “The earlier the detection the better chance there is to prevent intruders. External intrusion detection is essential in rural environments as most assets, many of which are expensive to replace (and some are irreplaceable), are stored outside. We are very pleased to work with Harper Security who understand the benefits of early detection to keep premises, assets, people and animals secure, delivering innovative security solutions to their customers.”