The Outdoor MotionViewer® is a battery-powered PIR motion sensor with an integrated video camera and infrared illuminators. It is designed to detect an intruder, instantaneously record a short video clip and transmit the video to the control panel. The panel then transmits the video alarm signal to the central station for immediate review and dispatch to law enforcement for priority response to a crime-in-progress.
The OMV outdoor MotionViewer is a wireless, battery operated camera. The camera is triggered by motion detection or wired input activation. It is designed for use in a Videofied® security system. Motionactivated cameras are intended for outdoor applications where videoverification is needed.
The OMV consists of a digital camera, passive infrared motion detector, and a spread spectrum Wiselink® radio module. Wiselink® is a proprietary Videofied® interactive, encrypted wireless circuitry for secure two way communication with the control panel. The OMV is fitted with a wired
inputs/outputs module (3 inputs/1 output, 2 inputs are supervised). A video is taken when one of the inputs is triggered. Those inputs provide video-verification to a third-party sensor like an infrared barrier. The wired output can activate a strobe or a projector. The camera consists of a CMOS sensor and a 90° wide angle lens. Four infrared LEDs provide a night illumination distance of up to 12 meters.
A Fresnel lens ensures passive infrared motion detection. The standard detection pattern is 90° and a detection distance up to 12 meters (29 ft) from the MotionViewer. 3 additional lenses are also provided : Horizontal Curtain, Vertical Curtain, and Beam. A mounting kit must be used with the OMV in order to ensure optimal orientation and tilt. A built-in tilt sensor triggers a tamper alarm in case of nauthorized manipulation or change of its orientation. Install the OMV MotionViewer to protect outdoor installations where weather protection is necessary. When the alarm system is armed and the infrared lens detects a movement, the OMV transmits a signal and activates the camera, which captures a 10 second video segment (by default). The alarm panel receives the signal and responds according to system configuration and programming. The alarm and its associated video are transmitted through the alarm panel to the security server, managed by a monitoring center or a smartphone app. The OMV is powered by four lithium batteries for a typical battery life of 4 years or more, depending on the activity of the detector. Every detector transmits a check-in signal every 8 minutes to the alarm panel in order to supervise its status.
- Multiple Fresnel lens options
- Enhanced night vision
- Accelerometer tamper
- Input/output (3/1) terminals for integrating 3rd party devices
- VGA day/night video camera
- Doubled wireless transmission speed
- Easy battery change