Laser scanner for the protection of paintings and exhibits in museums and exhibitions

 

Securing exhibits, works of art and exhibits in museums and exhibitions is easy with the Human Detector technique. In special cases (see below) the combination of Human Detector systems with laser scanners makes sense.

 

• Securing walls with several paintings

• Securing high sculptures made of non-conductive material

• Securing large exhibits made of wood or other non-conductive material

• Securing of large pedestals (no installation of Human Detector sensors possible)

 

 

 

The laser scanner sets up an invisible curtain in front of or around the exhibit to be protected. If a person penetrates this curtain, an alarm is triggered immediately.


heddier electronic
offers two laser scanner systems for various tasks:


   

   HD-LSS4

 



• Extremely compact design

• Inconspicuous mounting on ceiling or wall
• Detection range up to 4 m
• Protection of arbitrary shapes (object outline)
• Cost-effective purchase

 




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   HD-LSS25

 



• Compact design

• Mounting on ceiling or wall
• Extremely high detection range up to 25 x 25 m
• Easy calibration by visible laser pointer
• 4 alarm curtains for pre-alarm
• Day and night operation (changed detection areas)
• Cost-effective purchase



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