Method of Detection
Alarm Output Relay
Ancillary Outputs (Open Collector)
Status / Digital Inputs
Serial Communications Ports
Installation, Test and Diagnostic Aids
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Listed below are some of the Frequently Asked Questions we receive for Sabre. Please contact us if you need more information.
Q: What is the maximum zone length of SabreFonic?
A: The maximum distance of fibre optic between the transmitter and receiver diodes is 1km. This means a maximum zone length of 500m in Cable / Fibre LOOP modes and 1000m in Box-Box mode.
Q: Do you have default parameter settings for Sabre II?
A: Yes, please contact us with your details and we will send you a guide.
Q: What size is the Sabre II Processor Unit?
A: IP 65 rated enclosure 400mm x 400mm x 200mm.
Q: What current does the Sabre II use?
A: 300mA @ 12vDC
The Sabre II processor module combines digital signal processing and environmental compensation algorithms to provide the highest levels of detection and discrimination whilst ensuring a minimum of nuisance alarms due to natural causes. It also offers reliable classification of events including cut and climb. The Sabre II processor hardware is also used for SabreFonic (fence-mounted) and SabreLine (buried) sensor cables.
This is a software configuration tool available for commissioning engineers to quickly and easily tune their SabreFonic or SabreLine installations locally from their PC.