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Telecube can help you in designing and implementing security networked solutions. Our products (cameras and biometrics) are from Japan, Korea and Taiwan. We can offer from high quality cameras to low cost solutions to suit the budgets of various types of our valued clients. Please contact us if you need to know more about our solutions.

 

Perimeter Fencing

    Security is a key issue for many industrial and commercial premises today; perimeter fencing is used very effectively to secure military bases, power stations, telecom sites, construction sites, warehouses, factories, schools and car park security. Perimeter fencing is the use of fences to protect premises, usually by preventing outsiders from seeing onto a property. A perimeter fence is a structure that circles the perimeter of an area to prevent access.

Types of Perimeter Fencing

  1. Sensor Fencing
  2. Fiber Fencing
  3. Electric Fencing

Sensor Fencing

  1. Infrared Beams Detectors (IR Beams) adopt the invisible infrared detection technology. It consists of receiver and transmitter, transmitter emit the infrared beam, and the receiver will receive the beam.
  2. Infrared Fence Beams sensors are effective and unobtrusive methods for greatly increasing the level of protection at your premises. Based on infrared technology, they can be configured to monitor the perimeter, driveways, swimming pools and unauthorized areas. These systems detect both people and vehicles and as such, are extremely versatile.

Fiber Fencing

  1. It uses fiber optic technology to detect all typical attempts to climb, cut or break through a fence. The advantages that fiber optic technology provides for fence mounted perimeter detection are, among many, accurate detection, the ability to cover long distances without the need for intermediate power supplies and in particular the complete immunity to high frequency interference from high voltage lines or atmospheric disturbances.
Fiber fence

Benefits of Fiber Fencing Over Other Fencing Techniques

  1. Exceptional Range
  2. Low Cost - Installs easily on existing fencing without the need for electricity along the fence line (Extra fencing and electrical power at several points are not needed).
  3. Flexible Installation - The fiber optic sensing cable attaches to your fencing and conforms to the size and shape of your perimeter.
  4. Fast and Accurate - Detects intrusion attempts within seconds of the event and identifies the location of the intrusion to within a few feet. 
  5. Fail-Safe Technology - Fiber optic sensing cable cannot be cut or bypassed without detection in contrast to electrical cable.
  6. No EMI Downtime - Non-conductive sensing cable is not subject to electromagnetic interference (EMI), such as that produced by lightning storms, high voltage electrical cables, and microwave radio transmissions.
  7. Safe for All Environments - The all-weather fiber cable withstands extreme temperature and weather conditions.

Electric fence

An electric fence is a barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals or people from crossing a boundary. The voltage of the shock may have effects ranging from uncomfortable, to painful or even lethal. Electric fencing is frequently used to enhance security of sensitive areas, and there exist places where lethal voltages are used.
A component called a power energizer converts power into a brief high voltage pulse. One terminal of the power energizer releases an electrical pulse along a connected bare wire about once per second. Another terminal is connected to a metal rod implanted in the earth, called a ground or earth rod. A person or animal touching both the wire and the earth during a pulse will complete an electrical circuit and will conduct the pulse, causing an uncomfortable electric shock.

Electric Fence
electric fence

Uses

Defence

Defence establishments consider security of primary importance and as military bases vary in type and size, their needs for outdoor perimeter security and intruder detection can vary greatly.

Governments around the world have increased security measures not only on their Economic Key Points, but also on around their defence establishments.

Industries

Effective perimeter security and intruder detection is a must for all Industries. Electric fences are much more secure than normal and often a double fence.

Security

Non-lethal fence

Non-lethal electric fences are used to prevent trespass. Many of these electric fences act as monitored burglar alarm systems in addition to causing an uncomfortable shock. Electric fences are occasionally employed to discourage suicide attempts on tall structures, and to reduce petty crimes

Lethal fence

Electric fences designed to carry potentially lethal currents can be used for anti-personnel purposes.

Agriculture

Permanent electric fencing is used in many agricultural areas, as construction of electric fences can be much cheaper and faster than conventional fences (it uses plain wire and much lighter construction, as the fence does not need to physically restrain animals).

Wild animals

Electric fences are useful for controlling the movements of wild animals. Examples include deterring deer fromentering private property, keeping animals off airport runways, keeping wild boar from raiding crops, and preventing geese from soiling areas used by people.

Recent innovations include electrical fence monitoring for intruder detection as opposed to providing an electric shock to discourage entry. It can be used in addition to or as substitute for a host of other fence monitoring systems.
Buried electric fences ("electronic fences") are sometimes used to contain dogs or livestock. The buried wire radiates a weak radio signal, which is detected by a collar worn by the animal. The collar emits a warning noise near the wire, but if this is ignored, produces a mild shock. Humans and other animals are unaware of the buried line. In a similar system, the collar uses GPS signals to determine proximity to a predetermined "virtual fence" without a physical installation.

 
Security & Access Control

 

Telecube provides security & Access control system for persons & vehicles. We also integrate theses system

with other security systems including motion sensors, electric fences, RFID systems etc

 

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