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Protection of exhibits and art in museums – How it works

Complete protection via multi-sensor technology

The surveillance of works of art and exhibits poses a complex task. The reason for this is the variety of objects and the desire to implement protection by using only one product.

The Human Detector comprises several sensors. These sensors provide for the nearly complete monitoring of exhibits in exhibitions and collections. Additional sensors can be added if necessary.

Capacitive surface sensor

The surface sensor detects human contact on metallic objects and surfaces. Even the slightest touch is reliably detected. Depending on the adjusted sensitivity, the approach is detected long before an object is touched. Pictures, statutes and sculptures, as well as technical objects, are therefore effectively protected. 

Seismic sensor

The vibration sensor measures the slightest vibration on the monitored object. These can occur when display cabinets are opened or parts of the monitored object are dismantled. The Human Detector
is equipped with two independently working seismic sensors. Even the slightest vibration is therefore reliably detected.

Radar sensor (optional)

The optional radar sensor monitors the area around the exhibit. Large volume exhibits could be protected on this way. The radar sensor is mounted in a separate enclosure and is connected by cable with the Human Detector.

External sensor connection

Additional alarm sensors can be connected to the Human Detector. Smoke detectors, door contacts, pressure alarm, motion and other sensors can therefore be incorporated.

Wide range of deployment options at a glance

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Brochure Human Detector in museums

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