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The sensor transceiver sends out light energy that detects body heat. Should an individual enter the protected area, the passive infrared detects the heat of the person and the heat in the protected area, and the alarm is activated. This sensor is recommended for hangars, fixed-base operator facilities, and flight schools. It can also be utilized inside an aircraft. 2 Passive infrared sensor. (Photo by Daniel J. ) Capacitance Proximity The capacitance proximity sensor is used to protect metal safes and metal security containers.
The contract central station receives the alarm and then 32 Ph y s ical S e cu r it y fo r t h e A viat io n E n vir o n me n t notifies police, fire, emergency medical services, and the airport management based on the type of alarm that is received. The most common sensors that are utilized include those that involve electromagnetic contacts, photoelectrics, lasers, glass breakage, pressure, vibration, audio, ultrasonics, microwaves, passive infrared, capacitance proximity, integrated fire protection, natural gas or carbon monoxide, and water flow.