The JA-87P wireless outdoor detector with curtain lens characteristics is designed to indicate disturbances outside the building caused by human bodies. It is a dual zone outdoor detector by Optex with a 5° angular width detection zone which makes it very suitable for guarding narrow spaces such as balconies, French doors, terraces, etc. It is supplemented with a transmitter compatible with JA-8x OASiS systems. Both the detector and the transmitter are powered by a lithium battery. The common power supply is beneficial as the low battery signal is transmitted to a control panel as standard. The detector is equipped with three TAMPER contacts (at the front on the detection part and the front and rear on the transmission part), which immediately report opening of the detector cover or its tearing from the place of installation. The detector can also have the anti-masking function activated. The detector reports its current status via control transmissions to the system.
The WJ-80 is designed to connect JA-80H outdoor keypads or JA-80N RFID readers to a control panel. It provides an output to operate the electric strike of a door lock and is equipped with a wireless door bell transmitter. The WJ-80 can also be used to interface to a third party keypad (reader) which uses Wiegand 26b protocol (e.g. HID RK-40 a RK-10).
The JA-80IR is designed to detect the interruption of infra-red beams by intruders walking between IR transmitters and receivers. The unit comprises an Optex sensor and a Jablotron transmitter and is powered by 4 lithium batteries. Tampering is also signalled to the control panel in addition to beam blocking and the results of regular self-testing.
The JA-80H was designed to control access (door lock) or to control a security system and connects to the Oasis control panel via a WJ-80 interface. Alternatively it can be connected to an AS-80 unit as a part of a stand-alone access system. The keypad and card reader sends data in Wiegand 26b format.