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Panther II Buried Cable Intrusion Detection Sensor. Intelligent - Adaptive - Covert - Secure. Panther II - Basics. Panther II detects intruders with an invisible electromagnetic detection field using ported coax sensor cables and electronics. Characteristics

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panther ii buried cable intrusion detection sensor

Panther IIBuried Cable Intrusion Detection Sensor

Intelligent - Adaptive - Covert - Secure

panther ii basics
Panther II - Basics

Panther II detects intruders with an invisible electromagnetic detection field using ported coax sensor cables and electronics.

  • Characteristics
  • Panther II directly responds to specific human intruder characteristics - size, motion and electromagnetic profile
    • high Probability of Detection (Pd) >99%
  • Small animals and environmental effects have a much smaller electromagnetic profile and are disregarded
    • assures low False/Nuisance Alarm Rate (FAR/NAR)
  • Wide velocity response, high Pd and covertness
    • provide very low Vulnerability to Defeat.
panther ii sensing concept
Panther II - Sensing Concept
  • Panther II processor transmits an “RF” signal via the center conductor of one sensor cable (TX)
    • RF signal “leaks” out through a “port” in the cable
  • A second sensor cable acts as a receiver (RX)
  • RF energy produces an electromagnetic field around both cables:
    • volumetric & invisible
    • along the length of the zone
    • above and below ground
    • 1 m (3.3 ft.) high and up to 3 m (10 ft.) wide
    • up to 150 m (500 ft.) long
  • A single processor covers two zones:
    • Total perimeter up to 300 m (1000 ft.)
panther ii how human intruders are detected
Panther II: How human intruders are detected
  • Humans have large electromagnetic profiles at the RF wavelength transmitted by the processor
    • Humans moving through the field significantly change the RF signal
  • TX and RX signals (phase and amplitude) are compared by the processor
    • processor declares an alarm when a preset threshold is exceeded
  • Other moving objects with large electro-magnetic profiles will also be detected
    • e.g., cars, trucks, aircraft
panther ii why far nar is naturally low
Panther II - Why FAR/NAR is naturally low
  • False alarms are usually equipment generated
    • Panther II uses field proven detection algorithms and environmentally tested electronics
  • Nuisance alarms sources are typically small animals and environment
    • Panther II does not detect small animals and environmental effects because they have small electromagnetic profiles
    • Panther II completely ignores environmental stimuli that have no electromagnetic profile – grass, sunlight, wind, shadows etc.
panther ii why vd is very low
Panther II - Why VD is very low
  • Panther II has an invisible detection field
    • if the sensor cannot be seen it is difficult to determine its location, its sensing technology, and hence, is more difficult to defeat
  • Panther II has a very wide velocity range
    • extends from 0.02 to 15 m/s (0.008 to 49 ft./sec.)
    • widest range of any sensor
  • Combined effect of high PD, wide velocity range and covertness ensures low VD
    • better than any other outdoor sensor
panther ii sensor cables
Panther II - Sensor Cables
  • SC1 - transmit and receive cables are in one cable jacket
    • single trench for standard detection field
  • high density polyethylene jacket with flooding compounds
    • rugged, abrasion and chemical resistant
  • standard lengths:
    • 100, 150 m (328, 492 ft)
      • cut cable to the desired zone length
    • Additional Lead-in: 50 m (164 ft)
  • burial depths:
    • soil - 23 cm (9 in), concrete - 6 cm (2.5 in)


panther ii application considerations
Panther II - Application Considerations
  • Panther II can be buried in virtually any type of material
    • sand, clay, topsoil, rock, concrete, asphalt
    • buried 23 cm (9 in) in soft materials; 6 cm (2.5 in) in hard materials
  • Panther II can be installed in most any type of terrain
    • flat, hilly, around corners
  • Surface may include lawns (including sprinkler systems), crushed stone, including landscaped areas with shrubs, flowers and trees
panther ii open perimeters
Panther II: Open Perimeters
  • Total active perimeter length up to 300 m (1000 ft.)
    • Lead-in from the perimeter to the processor up to 50 m (164 ft.)
panther ii closed perimeters
Panther II: Closed Perimeters
  • Total active perimeter length up to 300 m (1000 ft.)
    • Lead-in from the perimeter to the processor up to 50 m (164 ft.)
panther ii application guidelines
Panther II - Application Guidelines
  • Panther II is designed for the optimum security clear zone width of 6 m (20 ft)
  • Sensor cables may be located as close as 3 m (10 ft.) from chain link fences and buildings with normal soils
    • or closer to rigid weld-mesh or palisade fencing
  • Sensor cables should avoid puddles or streams
    • water movement could cause nuisance alarms
  • Sensor cables should be located 5 m (16 ft) from roads to avoid detecting large vehicles
  • Microwave or infrared sensors are often used at gate zones
panther ii application guidelines continued
Panther II: Application Guidelines (continued)
  • Sensor cables may cross large non-metallic water pipes by shielding area with sheet metal
  • Sensor cables may be installed in areas with high voltage power lines (e.g., 400 kV) and where radar and communications devices are located (e.g., airports, military installations)
    • Panther II operates in a non-communications band
  • In high lightning incidence areas, external gas discharge lightning arrestors are recommended to further protect electronics
  • CCTV or other visual means of alarm assessment is highly recommended to confirm alarms and required level of response
  • Consult Senstar-Stellar for special site application questions.
panther ii indoor processor
Panther II Indoor Processor
  • Provides transmitter, receiver and advanced microprocessor for signal processing of two sensor zones
  • New detection algorithms enhance performance under extreme site and environmental conditions
    • improved detection field height response
    • higher immunity to fence noise and heavy rain
  • Single circuit card design provides:
    • relay alarm outputs for each sensor zone
    • Tamper output
    • Simple connection to local alarm panel
  • One processor, two zones per site
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Panther II Indoor Processor
  • Separate Alarm and Tamper outputs
  • Test and Reset remote inputs
  • Calibration outputs to measure sensor cable response over the entire zone length
  • Local calibration
  • Power directly: 12 VDC at 500 mA
  • All units environmentally tested from 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
  • Indoor enclosure included