Jablotron JA-182SH wireless Shock or Tilt detector

The Jablotron JA-182SH detects shock and tilt on doors, windows etc. caused by an intruders attempts to force, smash, drill or otherwise.

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JA-182SH wireless Shock or Tilt detector

Detects shock and tilt on doors, windows etc. caused by an intruders attempts to force, smash, drill or otherwise. Has easy installation and uses digital signal processing. Features a memory of previous shocks to be sure of a real threat.

It has two selectable operation modes.
- The mode for the detection of shocks / vibrations of doors, windows, etc. can be used to indicate attempts to breach these by force. 
- The tilt detection mode can be used to indicate unwanted tampering with the object to which the detector is firmly fixed. This may be used for safes, artworks etc.

The detector uses a semiconductor tri-axial accelerometer with digital output. Its signal processing guarantees a high immunity against false alarms. The detector communicates wirelessly using 868Hz protocol and it is battery powered.

Specifications JA-182SH

Power Lithium battery type CR-123A, 3 V / 1400 mAh
Tilt range (depending on settings) 10 ° - 45 °
Typical battery life about 2 years (up to 20 activations per day in power save mode)
Communication band 868.1 MHz, Jablotron protocol
Communication range 300m (open area)
Dimensions 75 x 31 x 26 mm
Environment according to EN 50131-1, Class II. general indoor
Operating temperature range -10 to +40 ° C
Security grade 2 according to EN 50131-1, EN 50131-5-3
Complies with ETSI EN 300220, EN50130-4, EN 55022, EN 60950-1
Can be operated to ERC REC 70-03

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Product Questions

As a tilt sensor,

what angle change does it respond to ie 2degrees 5degrees 15degrees
does it reset its start datum every time it is reset

as a vibration sensor, is its sensitivity adjustable ie ie high, standard low

Regards: Frank
Question by: frank S on Sep 21, 2018, 12:22 PM
When the switch is in SHOCK detection (DIP2 off), the detector works in shock / vibration mode;
TILT detection mode is selected by switching it to the TILT position (DIP2 on).

The NORM / CONFIRM (DIP1) switch only has a function in SHOCK mode. It allows you to set weather the detector should be activated by one (NORM DIP1 on) or two consecutive shocks (CONFIRM DIP1 off).
If the shock confirmation mode is active, the first detection (pre-alarm) triggers a 10 s interval of inactivity and detection of the second (confirmatory) alarm is activated after this period. The second alarm must be activated within 30 s, otherwise the pre-alarm is erased.
The trimmer is used to set the shock/tilt sensitivity. The maximum sensitivity is to the right, the minimum is to the left.

When in tilt detection mode, the detector reacts to changes in its position. It is recommended to install the detector in a vertical position if possible.
Tillt detection 10° - 45°.

Answer by: Frank Ligthart on Sep 22, 2018, 9:41 PM