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Photoelectric Security Sensors Chickasha OK

Local resource for Photoelectric Security Sensors in Chickasha. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to Photoelectric Security Sensors, industrial photoelectric sensors, photoeye, infrared, as well as advice and content on where you can find retailers and companies, locally, that provides these products in your area.

Chief Fire & Safety Co
(405) 224-2596
927 S 4th St
Chickasha, OK
Brown's Security Systems Inc
(405) 691-0000
5416 E Highway 37
Tuttle, OK
A Plus Fire & Safety
(405) 262-6300
410 W Wade St
El Reno, OK
Southeast Fire & Safety
(580) 584-2614
Currence Rd
Broken Bow, OK
Alink Security Systems Inc
(405) 942-0264
304 N Meridian Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
A-Alert Alarm Inc
(405) 224-5811
1901 South 13th Street
Chickasha, OK
Apartment Guard Security
(918) 664-3202
5103 S Sheridan Rd Pmb 760
Tulsa, OK
(405) 947-0415
7100 Terminal Dr # 954
Oklahoma City, OK
Abc Fire & Safety
(405) 834-5582
1721 E Foreman St
El Reno, OK
Cyberview Systems
(405) 672-8011
1438 SE 66th St # A
Oklahoma City, OK

Photoelectric Sensors


Photoelectric detection systems use a light-sensitive cell and a directed light source which points directly at the cell. Photoelectric security systems can be classified as motion detection systems since an object or person must move across the photoelectric connection to break the light transmission to the sensor.

The source transmits invisible light beams to the adjacent cell or sensor. Often an infrared filter covers the light source to make it non-visible to intruders. If an intruder crosses the light beam, it breaks the beam's continuous contact with the photoelectric cell and trips the alarm. Mirrors can be installed with photoelectric security systems in order to allow one light beam to be projected across a large area, thus allowing a criss-crossing of the light beam across a room. This makes it much more difficult for an intruder to crawl under, or step over the light beam.

Photoelectric may seem an old technology, however it is still in use in many home security systems.

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