PID - The Early Warning System and Virtual Perimeter for Remote Locations

PID is a portable alarm system that has been specifically designed to protect personnel, property and assets at remote locations where a threat has been identified.

The system uses wire-free detectors and alerts via GSM or Radio paging.

The unit is a rugged design to provide a extended life, self contained and compact for ease of transportation.

The design of the unit allows for rapid deployment with minimum training. 
The standard arrangement of the system includes:
  • System Manual
  • IEC Mains input lead
  • Croc Clip 12V DC input lead
  • Batteries
  • Fuse protection of both AC primary and DC secondary, user changeable
  • Battery condition meter
  • Sensor Wireless strength meter
  • GSM mobile phone or mobile pager
  • 7 qty single eye infa-red sensors
  • 1 panic button
  • Ruggedised dual beam detector for longer term deployment
  • Smart phone
  • Pager
Number of zones:
Multiple sensors on zones:
Equipment radio frequency:
Sensor detection range:
Can be used:
Maximum additional detectors:
Battery condition monitor:
Sensor wireless strength indicator:
Base unit battery life – Normal use:
Sensor battery life – Normal use:

VHF 173MHz
Up to 1000 Metres
1 week, extends to 6 weeks with external battery
1 year
Supplied with mobile phone
Supplied with pager 
Suitable uses: 
  • Vacant property
  • Secure equipment and accommodation
  • Compounds
  • High value assets in remote locations
  • Vehicle parks
  • Aviation assets and fuel stores
  • Critical National Infrastructure projects under construction.
  • Crime scene preservation
  • Counter poaching
  • Executive protection - layered security, vulnerable approaches and early warning
Only available through Minimal Risk.
Please call +44 (0)1432 359353 to arrange a demonstration

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