Artwork Protection utilizes BEA sensors to monitor exhibition halls, galleries, monuments or other priceless work. The sensors create precise fields that, if penetrated, signal an alarm or other measures necessary to protect the art. It is important that the sensors do not damage or deteriorate the artwork and are also independent of ambient lighting conditions.
Laser-based presence sensors cast highly precise curtains that can be used to create zones around valuables. If these curtains are breached, the sensor will detect the object and activate the proper signaling device.
In areas where artwork and other valuables are on display, logic modules can be paired with sensors and used to activate ancillary devices (alarms, indicators, etc.) should a sensor go into detection.
LED Signal Lights can be used to signal perimeter breaches in museums, galleries and other exhibit areas. These indicators integrate with sensors and logic modules to enhance a building’s safety and security.