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AdvanceGuard® Sensor Range – High Definition Radar

AdvanceGuard® Sensor Range – High Definition Radar

Three Models in the Sensor Range

There are 3 models in the AdvanceGuard® sensor range:

  • HDR 100 Series
    Our lowest radar in the AdvanceGuard® sensor range, with a refresh rate of up to 4 times a second, is the 100 series which is ideal for high precision coverage of small areas. Examples include, sterile areas between fences, and areas with restricted line of site. The HDR100 Series has a range of up to 300 metres.

    HDR 100 Series Specification
    SpecificationHDR100 Series
    Operating Frequency76 – 77GHz (W Band)
    Operating Range5-300m Person
    5-300m Vehicle
    Range Resolution0.175m
    Azimuth Beamwidth1.8°
    Measurement Rate400 per rotation
    Elevation Beamwidth1.8°
    Infill Elevation BeamStandard
    Field of View360°
    Update Rate (Rotation Speed)1s (1Hz)
    0.5s (2Hz)
    0.25s (4Hz)
    Data ConnectionGigabit Ethernet
    On-Board ProcessingYes – Optional
    Power Requirements24 Watts @ 24Vdc
    Weight6Kg
    Mounting Height2-4 metres
    Safe Working Distance (from radome)0cm
    False Alarm Rate≤ 1 per Radar per 24h
    Operating Temperature-20°C to +60°C
    Camouflage or Custom Finish OptionsSensors can be shipped with a Custom Colour, Texture or Pattern – Optional
    PatentsPatent No.: GB 2 518 344International Application No.: PCT/GB2014/052018
    EnvironmentalIP 67BS EN 60068-2-52:1996 Test Kb Severity 3
    ComplianceCE Marked
    EMC Directive2014/30/EU
    Low Voltage Directive2014/35/EU
    Radio Equipment directive2014/53/EU

    HDR 100 Models

    SpecificationHDR111HDR112HDR114HDR121HDR122HDR124
    Indicative Range100m100m100m200m200m200m
    Update rate1 Hz2 Hz4 Hz1 Hz2 Hz4 Hz
    SpecificationHDR131HDR132
    Indicative Range300m300m
    Update rate1 Hz2 Hz

    HDR100 Dimensions

 

  • HDR 200 Series
    The HDR200 Series is the most frequently specified radar in the AdvanceGuard® sensor range. Sensors in this range are ideally suited for a line of sight of up to 850 metres. This is typical of most industrial complexes and other critical national infrastructure sites. Sensors in this series complete a full 360° scan twice a second with range resolution of just 25cm.

    HDR200 Series Specifications
    SpecificationHDR200 Series
    Operating Frequency76 – 77GHz
    Operating Range5-1000m Person
    5-1200m Vehicle
    Range Resolution0.175m
    Azimuth Beamwidth1.8°
    Measurement Rate400 per rotation
    Elevation Beamwidth (1 way)
    Infill Elevation BeamOptional
    Field of View360°
    Update Rate (Rotation Speed)1s (1Hz)
    0.5s (2Hz)
    Data ConnectionGigabit Ethernet
    On-Board ProcessingYes – Optional
    Power Requirements24 Watts @ 24Vdc
    Weight14Kg
    Mounting HeightHDR25*, HDR28*: 2-4m
    HDR29*: 3-6m
    Safe Working Distance (from radome)0.1m
    False Alarm Rate≤ 1 per Radar per 24h
    Operating Temperature-20°C to +60°C
    Camouflage or Custom Finish OptionsSensors can be shipped with a Custom Colour, Texture or Pattern – Optional
    EnvironmentalIP 67
    ComplianceCE Marked
    EMC Directive2014/30/EU
    Low Voltage Directive2014/35/EU
    Radio Equipment directive2014/53/EU

    HDR200 Models

    SpecificationHDR251HDR252HDR281HDR282HDR291HDR292
    Indicative Range500m500m800m800m1000m1000m
    Update rate1 Hz2 Hz1 Hz2 Hz1 Hz2 Hz

    HDR200 Dimensions

 

  • HDR 300 Series
    For applications with unobstructed line of sight for up to 3km, the HDR 300 Series provides our most cost effective coverage from the AdvanceGuard® sensor range. The HDR300s are typically used in airports, deserts, and other applications with a large open area to protect.

    HDR300 Series Specifications
    SpecificationHDR300 Series
    Operating Frequency76 – 77GHz (W Band)
    Operating Range5-2000m Person
    5-3000m Vehicle
    Range ResolutionHDR311, HDR321: 0.155m
    HDR331: 0.23m
    Azimuth Beamwidth (1 way)0.9°
    Measurement Rate800 per rotation
    Elevation Beamwidth (1 way)
    Infill Elevation BeamOptional
    Field of View360°
    Update Rate (Rotation Speed)1s (1Hz)
    Data ConnectionGigabit Ethernet
    On-Board Processing
    Power Requirements36 Watts @ 24Vdc
    Weight22Kg
    Mounting HeightHDR311: 3-6m, HDR321
    HDR331: 6-8m
    Safe Working Distance (from radome)0.1m
    False Alarm Rate≤ 1 per Radar per 24h
    Operating Temperature-20°C to +60°C
    Camouflage or Custom Finish OptionsSensors can be shipped with a Custom Colour, Texture or Pattern – Optional
    EnvironmentalIP 67
    ComplianceCE Marked
    EMC Directive2014/30/EU
    Low Voltage Directive2014/35/EU
    Radio Equipment directive2014/53/EU

    HDR300 Models

    SpecificationHDR311HDR321HDR331
    Indicative Range1250m2000m3000m
    Update rate1 Hz1 Hz1 Hz

    HDR300 Dimensions

HDR Coverage

AdvanceGuard® Sensor range

Specifications at a Glance

HDR100 SeriesHDR200 SeriesHDR300 Series
Indicative Range0-300m0-1000m0-3000m
Update rate1-4 Hz1-2 Hz1 Hz
Azimuth Beamwidth1.8°1.8°0.9°
Power Requirements20 Watts @ 24Vdc24 Watts @ 24Vdc36 Watts @ 24Vdc
Weight6kg13kg21kg
Mounting Height2-4 metres1.5-6 metres1.5-6 metres

HDR Radar Technology

HIGH DEFINITION RADAR

AdvanceGuard’s patented High Definition Radar technology provides clarity between objects, allowing differentiation between targets that are close together. This is important to determine whether a target is a small animal, a person, or a vehicle and to identify if the target is moving close to an object. AdvanceGuard is able to separate objects that are just 25cm apart. A lower definition security radar may struggle to distinguish between objects many metres apart.

Reasons to Specify High Definition Radar

  • Precise location of objects to within 25cm, for complete situational awareness
  • Determines the size of an object: animal, person, vehicle, aircraft
  • Differentiates between a target and infrastructure e.g. a person close to a fence

An Illustration of the High Definition advantage using Photographs

ACCUTRACK TECHNOLOGY
Simply put, Accutrack technology provides operators with complete situational awareness by using the intuitive user interface to accurately display and track objects.

  • Fast update rate
  • Precise target location
  • Automatic camera control
  • Continuous data recording
  • Plan view, GIS based display
  • Detailed object data e.g. speed and bearing

AdvanceGuard sensors have a fast update rate and can complete a full 360° scan several times a second. During each scan, up to 200 objects per sensor are accurately positioned and displayed to the operator. The sophisticated tracking algorithms follow the movement of each object to provide speed and direction information. The combination of high definition radar sensors and advanced real-time statistical processing gives AdvanceGuard the ability to more accurately detect, track and identify objects with fewer false alarms than traditional low frequency radars. We call this Accutrack technology. A user can simply click on a target to obtain precise co-ordinates, size, direction of travel and track history. This information is continually recorded to AdvanceGuard’s database, to allow historical analysis or evidence to be produced.

COMPLETE COVERAGE & BEYOND THE PERIMETER DETECTION

AdvanceGuard’s distributed architecture allows multiple radar sensors to be placed anywhere and linked together to form one complete system. This ensures that even the most obscured areas are covered. Matching the range of the sensor, that can be 100m to 3km, to the line of sight enables complete coverage that is cost effective and fault tolerant. Installation is not reliant on existing infrastructure as AdvanceGuard can use wireless communication and renewable energy, such as solar panels, to run the low power sensors.

Traditional radar based security systems utilise high power, long range sensors, often located in a central position. While these solutions are good for large open areas with an unobstructed view, their effectiveness is often impaired in cluttered environments such as airports.

Additional Options

X Beam Variant
The beamwidths from the HDR200 and HDR300 sensors are available in either the standard narrow beam configuration or the X-beam variant. The X-beam has an additional close range infill beam of approximately 25 degrees.

Custom Finishes
All HDR sensors can be custom finished to help them blend into the background where necessary. Let us know what type of finish you would like, 3 examples are below: