FlexCoreTM Signal Processor
The FlexCore Signal Processor is an Application-Specific
Integrated Circuit (ASIC), which processes sound data in parallel rather than
sequentially for faster, more accurate detection decisions. The combination of
proven FlexGuard ® performance with the speed of FlexCore processing provides
unmatched false alarm immunity without compromising detection.
V-Plex Polling Loop Technology
V-Plex devices are installed using two wires for power and data.
In addition, V-Plex technology features Point Identification, allowing users to
quickly pinpoint the source of an alarm or trouble condition.
Easy Installation and Setup
ADEMCO’s patented technology allows remote activation of Test
Mode (with simulator). The FG1625SN has a centered wire entry hole, 45° terminal
blocks, and EOL terminals. A hand-clap feature verifies that the detector is
Two dip switches on the FG1625SN make it easy to set the
sensitivity to match the acoustics of the room. Four different sensitivity
levels are available, ranging from very low to high. The range can then be
verified remotely with the FlexGuard FG-701 Glassbreak Simulator.
Mount the Detector Anywhere
Mounts on any wall, in the window frame, or on the ceiling, with
no minimum range and a maximum range of 25’ (7.6 m) to the glass.
Covers All Glass Types
The FG1625SN works on all glass types, including plate, tempered,
laminated, wired, film-coated, and sealed insulating glass.
Multiple Domain Signal Analysis
The FG1625SN performs Multiple Domain Signal Analysis in which
time, frequency and amplitude characteristics are evaluated for signal
qualification. This enables the detector to accurately discriminate false alarms
from true glassbreak events.
Enclosed PC Board
The PCB is protected from potential damage during
Patented Remote Test Mode
The Patented Remote Test Mode can enable or disable the indicator
LEDs using the FG-701 Glassbreak Simulator. The unit automatically resets from
Test Mode in five minutes.
The FG1625SN can be mounted on the ceiling, opposite wall,
adjoining wall, or the same wall as the glass.