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18/03/2017

GJD returns to NSI Summit at new venue

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, Sales and Marketing Director at GJD Manufacturing

GJD will be exhibiting at the NSI Installer Summit, an event designed to bring together security and fire safety manufacturers, industry experts and NSI approved installers. GJD will be showing NSI delegates live demonstrations of its Clarius Plus infrared and white-light LED illuminator range, external wired and wireless detectors, IP motion detectors and laser detectors.

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s Sales and Marketing Director commented: “After a really successful event last year, we are looking forward to exhibiting at the NSI summit’s new venue this year”. This year the event will be taking place at the Vox Conference Centre at Resorts World on site at the NEC, Birmingham.

Ana continued: “The Installer Summit is the perfect location to meet with installers and discuss our new digital and IP technology innovations”.

Visitors will see live demonstrations of the wired and wireless external D-Tect range of motion detectors. Major advantages include programmable detection ranges up to 50m, a hidden sensor module for when covert surveillance is required, an optional walk test mode that significantly reduces installation time, as well as an adjustable pan and tilt function to provide versatile security solutions.

GJD will showcase its D-Tect Laser detector, which is range programmable from 10cm to 25m. The D-Tect Laser is a reliable and accurate security sensor designed to create virtual walls, ceilings and surveillance security zones. Another product not to miss at the Summit, is GJD’s new Laser-Watch, which is a long range IP connected laser surveillance sensor.

Both laser products have a wide range of applications including monitoring pedestrians and vehicle access points, perimeter protection and intrusion detection, securing open sites, safeguarding works of art and masterpieces and protection against theft and vandalism.

Also on display will be the Clarius Plus range of LED illuminators, which comes with an interchangeable lens pack to deliver a variety of angles all in one box. This provides flexibility to cover a wide range of applications and allows installers to easily adjust the angle of illumination whilst onsite.


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