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  GE Sentrol SR-GS610B Inertia Sock Sensor Designed for Use with 10 to 15 VDC Analyzer Modules Brown
GE Sentrol SR-GS610B Inertia Sock Sensor Designed for Use with 10 to 15 VDC Analyzer Modules Brown


 

Our Price : $17.08


Product Code: SR-GS610B

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Description
 
he GS610-B from Ge Security is a Inertia shock sensor designed for use with 10 to 15 VDC analyzer modules, brown, includes 6 ft. jacketed cable. The GS600 series sensors are highly reliable shock sensors that work with analyzer modules. The analyzer is designed to interface between the shock sensor loop and the intrusion control panel. Available models include the GS600, GS610, and GS611, all highly sensitive devices that can be installed on walls or roofs to offer special perimeter protection where necessary. The sensors can be mounted horizontally or vertically in a variety of glass and non-glass applications. The GS611 sensors have an optional reed switch for double protection on opening doors and windows. A hermetic seal and 24K gold plating on each sensor provide reliability and long life.

Specifications:

Model GS610-B
Color White, Brown
Current Consumption[Minimum] 10.0 mA
Current Consumption[Maximum] 50.0 mA
Height[Nominal] 2.82 in
Loop @ Rating 12.0 V @ 1.0 A
Loop Configuration Closed Loop
Material (Housing/Body) Flame Retardant ABS Plastic
Resistance[Nominal] 0.3 Ohm
Width[Nominal] 1.05 Inch
Features
  • Double protection at affordable prices
  • Excellent for use on windows/doors, roofs, and walls
  • Long life with superior false alarm immunity
  • 24K gold-plated and hermetically sealed for high reliability
  • Mounts on glass or on frame horizontally or vertically
  • Connect up to 20 sensors to each analyzer

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