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The Whip Air Conditioner Tamper Detector

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The Whip Air Conditioner Tamper DetectorIn these times of economic stress more and more thieves are resorting to stealing anything that they can get their hands on. We have had...

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The Whip Air Conditioner Tamper Detector

In these times of economic stress more and more thieves are resorting to stealing anything that they can get their hands on. We have had a lot of reports of people whose air conditioning units have been getting broken open and the copper parts on the insides of these units have been ripped out.

If you have an alarm system then why not have protection on your central air unit as well as your home? With The Whip, by Starlight Security Devices, you can now protect one of your homes most precious commodities.

Installation is simple, it connects to one of the existing test valves located on the exterior condensing unit of an air conditioner system and is wired to a zone on an electronic security system. Once installed, it monitors the pressure inside of the refrigerant lines and coils of the air conditioner system. When the refrigerant line is cut (e.g. by a thief) and the pressure drops to 5psi or less, the internal contact of the TW-8100 opens to create an alarm condition on the electronic security system.

Specifications:

Contact Open Pressure  5psi   
Contact Close Pressure  20psi   
Proof Pressure  500psi   
Burst Pressure  2500psi   
Ambient Temperature Range  -22F - +176F   
Fluid Temperature Range  -58F - +248F   
Electrical Rating (contact only)  6A @ 250VAC   
Contact Resistance  <50m.   
Contact Configuration  SPST; OPEN at atmospheric pressure   
Resistors  1/4 watt, 5% tolerance (Gold Band)   
Wire Leads  20AWG Stranded; UL 1015   


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