Designed for integration with burglar and fire alarm systems to provide indoor
gunshot detection and reporting.
An economical solution for indoor gunshot detection that connects directly to private Fire/Intrusion panel. Perfect for small scale public spaces and venues providing round- the clock detection capability.
The EAGL CityWeb gunshot sensor is a cutting-edge wireless sensor that determines threat or non-threat status of an acoustic event based on analysis of the energy level underlying the event. If the acoustical event is determined to be a threat (gunshot), the sensor will activate a double-throw relay for 2 seconds. By integrating the CityWeb sensor with a third-party solution, such as an alarm panel, gunshot detection can become another zone of coverage on that solution’s platform .
EAGL’s gunshot sensor can be programmed into privately owned burglar alarm systems to autonomously monitor for firearm discharges, delivering 24/7 real-time gunshot reporting to Local Law Enforcement. The CityWeb concept is based on a public/private partnership, in which Local Law Enforcement and private companies collaborate to champion public safety in their neighborhoods.
CityWeb Concept is based on a public/private partnership, where local Law Enforcement and Private Companies collaborate to promote public safety in their neighborhoods.
Sensor is typically mounted to horizontal ceiling substrates providing a spherical detection coverage area 31,415 sqft. unobstructed. Sensor can be attached to vertical columns although this mounting method potentially can present decreased sensor coverage area.
Sensor provides capability for existing fire panel integration by providing direct circuit connection to the sensor internal relay contacts so that analog signal(s), which represent a validated gunshot detection event, are routed to the panel.
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