The pepper spray units are safe providing they have been installed properly and the safety features used, have in addition been tested!
A door magnet can be installed at the main entrance being used for entry/exit. This will allow a time delay, if the unit has not been deactivated on entry, allowing time for the unit to be deactivated before spraying.
Two passives can be installed, wired in parallel, to alleviate false triggering (both passives need to detect movement simultaneously to trigger the unit.) This application is widely used in factories (cats and rats etc.) and game farms (geckos and moths etc.)
We only use pet friendly passives with our units.
A time delay can be added to the initial arming of the unit giving time to deactivate the system in case of accidental arming of the remote control.
A red LED will indicate that the unit is either armed or disarmed.
It will fill the area the unit is protecting with a highly repulsive and irritating pepper gas, stopping theft while the police and armed guards respond.
A standard unit will spray for five seconds of activation, which will give the unit approximately six separate sprays from a single canister, and has a shelf life of four years.
When the unit has sprayed six times (on standard spray time), the sound bomb will sound eight beeps every time the unit is armed with the remote, thereafter, the unit will beep once at random intervals to warn that the unit needs to be serviced and that the gas canister needs to be replaced.
After activation the unit rearms itself after three minutes.
Once armed, a red LED will illuminate indicating that the unit is in the armed mode. A green LED indicates that the unit is charging the battery.