Ajax is a smart wireless alarm that protects from burglary, fire, and flood. If trouble comes, the system immediately activates the sirens, alerts users via mobile app, and requests help from the alarm response company.
All-in-One Security System
Ajax is suitable for protecting any kind of premise, whether it’s an apartment, house, business office, store or even entire production. The product line features 33 gadgets including motion, fire, and leakage detectors, control panels (hubs), sirens, keyboards, panic buttons, devices for smart home automation, etc.
All devices are manufactured in white and black colors. Motion detectors are pet-friendly and do not react to animals smaller than 50 cm and 20 kg.
The system provides photo verification of alarms — MotionCam detectors with a photo camera take a series of photos only when triggered so the user and security company can be convinced whether the intrusion is real or somebody just forgot to disarm the system. And for video surveillance in full HD, it’s possible to integrate video cameras of third-party brands into Ajax.
Ajax devices communicate via Jeweller radio protocol developed by Ajax Systems. This protocol ensures two-way communication with an operational range up to record 2000 m and provides high energy efficiency — the batteries in the detectors live up to 5-7 years.
The data transmitted by Jeweller is encrypted, the devices cannot be spoofed due to authentication. In case of interference or jamming attempts, the system switches to a free radio frequency as well as notifies the users and security company. Ajax needs less than 0.15 seconds to deliver an alarm.
Ajax complies with the European EN 50131 security standard and is certified with Grade 2 which means that the systems can resist experienced attackers with special equipment. The system also meets the requirements of PD 6662 security standard, so as a result police in the UK can react to Ajax's alarms.
The central units (hubs) operate on the proprietary OS Malevich that doesn’t crash and cannot catch a virus. The system doesn't care about blackouts too — the hub has a backup battery that works for 16 hours. There are also several communication channels available: Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and two 2G/3G/4G SIM-card slots (channels vary depending on the hub version). They work in parallel and back each other up in case of an emergency.
Quick installation and configuring
This installation of the system is quick and hassle-free - a professional installer will fully set up Ajax in no time. Devices are connected to the hub via scanning the QR code with the Ajax app. This process takes less than a minute.
The system can be installed even after the repairs without disturbing the interior as there is no need to groove walls to lay wires. This also makes Ajax useful for renters since the system can be effortlessly moved to a new location.
Ajax can be fully controlled via a mobile app (iOS, Android) from any spot of the world — informative notifications keep users always aware that their home or business is safe. There are also geolocation reminders that assist to keep the system armed.
Smart Home Automation
Ajax's devices for smart home automation allow controlling the power supply of the venue, or certain electrical appliances, or light via the Ajax mobile app. And thanks to automation scenarios, it’s possible to configure Ajax to automatically resist threats: shut down the water to prevent flooding, cut off power by a fire alarm, schedule the work of the system or other appliances in the house, etc.
There are also modules for connecting wired sensors of third-party brands into the system and controlling them via Ajax app. And using alternative 6V PSU or 12V PSU, which enable connecting hubs to low-voltage power sources, allow installing Ajax for guarding movable property without power supply – yachts, delivery vehicles, mobile containers, camper vans, etc.
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