The Model TGB-96 Supervised Pattern Recognition Technology Glass Break Detector is a glass break detector with a built-in transmitter designed for use with Linear’s SX Format receivers. When breaking glass is detected, the transmitter sends a digitally coded signal to its companion receiver/control.
Coding switches are not required or used in the T-90. Each transmitter is pre-coded at the factory to a unique code. With the SX format, there are more than sixteen million codes possible. The TGB-96 can send three different signals: alarm, low battery and status.
The unit is powered by two 3-volt lithium batteries. These batteries will last for approximately two and one half years under normal climatic conditions. If the battery voltage drops below a preset level, a low battery signal is sent with every alarm or test transmission.
|Mounting:||screws or double sided tape (supplied)|
|Power:||two 3V 2450 lithium batteries (supplied)|
|Battery Life:||up to 3 years|
|Operating Temperature:||32° to 122° F (0° – 50° C)|
|Number of Codes:||16,777,216|
|Code Setting Method:||factory programmed|
|Glass Detection Range:||20 ft radius typical, 25 ft max|
|Glass Detection Method:||pattern recognition technology|
|Dimensions:||4.25″ W x 3.13″ H x 1.70″ D (108 x 80 x 43 mm)|