CENTURION FLUX SA Loop Detector (12-24V AC/DC)

R 725.00

The CENTURION FLUX SA Loop Detector is a stand alone, single channel vehicle detector that can be installed virtually anywhere with minimal effort. 

  • Highly sensitive & quick response times
  • Reliable due to detection filter & high-level circuit loop protection which prevent interference from external sources
  • Easy to install & maintain thanks to audible & visual diagnostics, removable terminals & mounting points
  • Suitable for a variety of installation requirements since sensitivity is adjustable 
  • Selectable permanent presence feature prevents unintended gate/barrier closures

Centurion Systems is South Africa's leader in access automation. They manufacture an award-winning range of products used to control the access of vehicles and people in and out of residential and industrial properties. Centurion is known for its reliable products designed to maximise safety and convenience.

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    Product specifications:

    • Model: FLUX SA
    • Supply voltage: 10 - 40V DC; 7 - 28V AC
    • Standby current: 50mA
    • Output relay rating: 1A @ 125VAC
    • Detection time: 4ms @ 100kHz loop frequency; 10ms @ 40kHz loop frequency
    • Visual LED indicators: Showing power; loop fault & loop detection level
    • Audible indicators: Buzzer with indication of loop detection level & loop fault
    • Detector timer range: 15 - 1500μH
    • Protection: Isolation transformer with 10kA lightning protection
    • Connectors: Removable connectors for ease of maintenance
    • IP rating: IP50
    • Dimensions [l x w x h]: 105 x 60 x 26mm
    • Weight: 85g
    Applications:
    • Free-exit loops
    • Safety loops
    • Closing loops for traffic barriers
    • Arming loops for access control equipment
    • Vehicle sensing

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