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Linear RECEIVERS 
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The company has a well-earned reputation in the radio frequency (RF) or “wireless” approach to alarm signal transmission, and is acknowledged as having the greatest concentration of RF engineering experience and talent in the security products field.


DX  Transmitters
Performance-enhanced products of  Standard Digital line. DX uses optimized pulse position based RF technology in 1-, 2-, 4-, and 8-channel receivers that support up to 32 quick-learn transmitters. It has a million plus code availability.

DXS Supervised  Transmitters
Designates fully supervised models of these same receivers and transmitters. Up to 1,500 feet of range.

SX Transmitters
Linear's best line of wireless add-ons. Our most powerful and intelligent receiver uses SAW-based superheterodyne technology and is ideal for high-end hybrid security systems. It has a 1,500 foot range, 16 million code availability, and full supervision for 64 channels and 8 zones. Transmitters include stationary models, handhelds, panics, and bill traps.

XTended Range
 Users can tailor long-distance links ( up to 10 miles ) to their needs — remote monitoring, switching systems, networking, security, remote control. Different models and channel combinations can be mixed and matched to configure very sophisticated systems.

 


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DX  TRANSMITTERS 

MODEL DXT-41   1-BUTTON , 1-CHANNEL MINI TRANSMITTER

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MODEL DXT-42   2-BUTTON , 3-CHANNEL MINI TRANSMITTER  

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DXT-21    2-BUTTON , 1-CHANNEL HANDHELD TRANSMITTER
DXT-23    3-BUTTON , 4-CHANNEL HANDHELD TRANSMITTER
DXT-25    5-BUTTON , 8-CHANNEL HANDHELD TRANSMITTER

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DXT-31  DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR

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DXT-54 MOTION DETECTOR

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DXT-71  IONIZATION  SMOKE DETECTOR

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DXT-72 PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

 

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SX Transmitters

 

T-90D Door Window transmitter 

Linear Wireless Security Door/Window and Glass Break Transmitter with Magnetic Switch T-90D

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The Model T-90D Supervised Door/Window Transmitter is a supervised, digitally-coded radio transmitter designed for applications such as door/window security. The T-90D is supervised for alarms and restorals, low battery, status, tamper, and test. The T-90D transmitter is compatible with any Linear SX format supervised security receiver.

Coding switches are not required or used in the T-90. Each transmitter is pre-coded at the factory to a unique code. With the SX format, there are more than sixteen million codes possible.

The T-90D can be triggered with the built-in internal magnetic contacts, with various types of external contacts, or both. When using one of the internal contacts and the external input, both sensors must be secured for a restore transmission, faulting either sensor will cause an alarm transmission. External inputs can be either normally open or normally closed.

Switch selected options are included for glass break sensors, built-in pulse stretcher (not for UL Listed systems), battery saver, and external input type.

The transmitter is powered by two self-contained type 2032 3-volt batteries. These batteries are supplied with the transmitter and have sufficient life for most installations. Larger, type 2450 batteries can be used to power the transmitter longer in high traffic installations. When the battery voltage gets low, a low battery report is sent with any status, alarm, tamper or test report to the receiver.
 
  • Compact, attractive style
  • Fully supervised
  • Tamper switch
  • Test switch
  • Internal reed switches
  • Supplied with adjustable external magnet
  • Over 16,000,000 preprogrammed codes
  • External contact terminals
  • Installer selected external contact mode N/O or N/C
  • Fast or slow response glass break sensor selection
  • Plastic mounting shoe with tamper Lock
  • Powered by 2032 two lithium batteries (included)
  • Optional 2450 lithium batteries can be used for extended life
  • Linear SX radio format

 

TMD-90 Wireless Motion Detector


  • Dual-element pyroelectric sensor
  • Fully supervised
  • Tamper switch
  • Walk test mode
  • Adjustable pulse count
  • Transmission delay feature
  • Retransmission delay
  • Multiple lens options
  • Alkaline batteries supplied
  • 5-Year battery life
  • SX format
  • RF frequency: 303.875 MHz
  • 3.25" W x 5.75" H x 1.75" D

 

The TMD-90 Supervised Passive Infrared Motion Detector is a passive infrared (PIR) motion detector with a built-in supervised, digitally-coded radio transmitter designed for security applications.

The PIR detects motion in its detection pattern by measuring the infrared emission levels of objects that it sees. If the infrared levels change quickly, as when a person moves across the detection pattern, the PIR will recognize the change as an intrusion.

A selectable pulse count circuit controls the PIR's triggering of the transmitter. As a person moves across the detection pattern, the PIR registers one pulse as each finger of the detection pattern is crossed. The TMD-90 counts these pulses. When the selected number of pulses occur during the selected time, the PIR will trigger the transmitter, sending an alarm signal. A lockout timer prevents the transmitter from triggering more often than once every 2 minutes when constant motion is detected. The pulse counting and timing options are selected with the OPTION switch.

The unit is supervised for low battery, alarm and status reporting. The TMD-90 is compatible with any Linear SX format supervised security receiver. The transmitter sends hourly status reports. A test report can be sent by pressing the test button.

Coding switches are not required or used in this transmitter. Each transmitter is pre-coded at the factory to a unique code. With the SX format, there are more than sixteen million codes possible.

The transmitter is powered by four AA 1.5-volt alkaline batteries (included) and can power the unit for up to 5 years. When the battery voltage gets low, a low battery report is sent to the receiver with any alarm, test or status report.
   

TGB-96 Wireless Glass Break Detector


The Model TGB-96 Supervised Pattern Recognition Technology Glass Break Detector is a glass break detector with a built-in transmitter designed for use with Linear's SX Format receivers. When breaking glass is detected, the transmitter sends a digitally coded signal to its companion receiver/control.

Coding switches are not required or used in the T-90. Each transmitter is pre-coded at the factory to a unique code. With the SX format, there are more than sixteen million codes possible. The TGB-96 can send three different signals: alarm, low battery and status.

The unit is powered by two 3-volt lithium batteries. These batteries will last for approximately two and one half years under normal climatic conditions. If the battery voltage drops below a preset level, a low battery signal is sent with every alarm or test transmission.
 
  • Dual-technology detection device
  • Full RF supervision
  • Includes T-90D transmitter board
  • Powered from one battery set
  • Alarm, supervisory, and low battery transmissions
  • Lithium battery powered
  • Test, operate LED
  • Shatter pro pattern recognition technology
  • SX format
  • RF frequency: 303.875 MHz
  • 4.25" W x 3.13" H x 1.7" D

 

General Specifications

Dimensions: 4.25 in W x 3.13 in H x 1.70 in D (108 x 80 x 43 mm)
Mounting: screws or double sided tape (supplied)
Power: two 3V DL2450 lithium batteries (supplied)
Battery Life: up to 3 years
Operating Temperature: 32° to 122° F (0° - 50° C)
Frequency: 303.875 MHz (North America), 433.92 MHz (intl.)
Number of Codes: 16,777,216
Code Setting Method: factory programmed
Glass Detection Range: 20 ft radius typical, 25 ft max
Glass Detection Method: pattern recognition technology

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  XTended Range Transmitters

 XT-1: 1-Channel Stationary Mid-range Transmitter
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 XT-4: 4-Channel Stationary Mid-range Transmitter
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The Model XT-1 1-Channel Stationary Mid-range Transmitter is designed for use in various wireless remote control applications. When triggered with an external switch, the Model XT-1 transmitter will send a 10 watt, 27.255 MHz, digital encoded, FSK modulated, signal to its companion receiver. The receiver will verify the digital code, activate its output, and trigger the remote device.

The XT-1 transmitter has full supervision capabilities. If the status option is selected, the XT-1 sends hourly status signals to its receiver. If these signals cease, the receiver will indicate trouble by activating its status output after four hours. Contact supervision allows the receiver's output to follow the transmitter's input, staying activated as long as the transmitter input is activated. Alternately, an auto-restore option can be selected, causing a momentary receiver output each time the transmitter is activated. Either a N/O or N/C input (jumper selectable) can trigger the transmitter.

Power for the XT-1 transmitter can come from an external regulated 12 VDC, 2-Amp power supply (Linear Model T-1224DC) or from a 12-volt battery. A 3-amp fuse protects the unit from reverse power polarity. The XT-1 draws about 15 mA standby, and about two amps during transmissions. If the power supply voltage drops below 10.5 volts, a low battery message will be included with any signal transmitted, causing the receiver's low battery output to activate.

Features

  • Up to 10 miles of line-of-sight range

  • Over 64,000 Codes

  • RF transmit LED

  • Accepts N/O or N/C inputs

  • Complete RF supervision, field enabled

  • Fully supervised (loop status, low battery, link integrity)

  • Weather-Resistant Case

  • RF frequency: 27.255 MHz

  • 4.25" W x 6.25" H x 2.5" D

The Model XT-4 4-Channel Stationary Mid-range Transmitter is designed for use in various wireless remote control applications. When triggered with an external switch, the Model XT-4 transmitter will send a 10 watt, 27.255 MHz, digital encoded, FSK modulated, signal to its companion receiver. The receiver will verify the digital code, activate its output, and trigger the remote device.

The XT-4 transmitter has full supervision capabilities. If the status option is selected, the XT-4 sends hourly status signals to its receiver. If these signals cease, the receiver will indicate trouble by activating its status output after four hours. Contact supervision allows the receiver's outputs to follow the transmitter's inputs, staying activated as long as each transmitter input is activated. Alternately, an auto-restore option can be selected, causing a momentary receiver output each time any transmitter input is activated. Each input can be configured for either N/O or N/C contacts (switch selectable).

Power for the XT-4 transmitter can come from an external regulated 12 VDC power supply (Linear Model T-1224DC) or from a 12-volt battery. A 3-amp fuse protects the unit from reverse power polarity. The XT-4 draws about 15 mA standby, and about two amps during transmissions. If the power supply voltage drops below 10.5 volts, a low battery message will be included with any signal transmitted, causing the receiver's low battery output to activate.

Features

  • Up to 10 miles of line-of-sight range

  • Over 64,000 codes

  • RF transmit LED

  • Accepts N/O or N/C inputs

  • Complete RF supervision, field enabled

  • Fully supervised (loop status, low battery, link integrity)

  • Weather-Resistant Case

  • RF frequency: 27.255 MHz

  • 4.25" W x 6.25" H x 2.5" D

ANTENA for XT-1 and XT-4

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The Model ANT-1A 7-inch Mid-range Antenna works with Linear's line of 27 MHz mid-range transmitters and receivers. The Model ANT-1A is an 7-inch rubber duck antenna for short range applications (less than 1 mile). The ANT-1A is supplied with a CON-180A (straight) connector to mate the antenna to a transmitter or receiver. For a right angle antenna mounting, add a CON-90A right angle connector between the ANT-1A antenna and the CON-180A connector.

The Model ANT-2 3-foot Mid-range Antenna works with Linear's line of 27 MHz mid-range transmitters and receivers. The Model ANT-2 is a 3-foot whip antenna for use in long range or difficult installations where more range from mid-range units is required.
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