Opening Detector, 4 m, 4-core (brown) (Art. no. MK1010B)

  • For reliable perimeter security
  • For securing doors and windows
  • For installation and assembly
  • VdS certified: G 105519

Opening Detector, 4 m, 4-core (brown) (Art. no. MK1010B)

We expressly recommend having this product installed by a certified specialist.

The opening detector is a magnetic contact for protecting doors and windows. Unauthorised opening is detected and reported to the alarm center. The opening detector consists of a magnetic contact (reed) and a magnet. These are fitted parallel, in front of, or at right angles to each other at a distance of 13 to 25 mm apart. The electric circuit of this NC opening detector is normally closed (NC). If the distance between the reed and the magnet increases, the circuit is broken and an alarm reported. The detector is tamper-protected. The optimum installation location is the middle of the door or window frame. It can also be fitted to the bottom of the window frame if a particular window with a magnetic contact is to be tilted open. The detector is suitable for both flush and surface-mounted installation. The opening detector is VdS certified and available in white and brown.

Art. no.: MK1010B
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 11x12x48 mm
Connections: NC, max. contact capacity 24 V DC / AC / 0.2 A / 4.8 W
Width: 11 mm
Type of detection: Magnetic field measurement
Stray-field protection: No
Housing material: ABS
Height: 12 mm
Cable type: 4-core
Cable length: 4 m
Length: 48 mm
Installation location: Integration / surface mounting
Tamper monitoring:
Sensor type: Reed contact
Environmental class: III
Certifications: VdS

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  • 1x Opening Detector, 4 m, 4-core (brown)

Opening detectors

Seamless protection of the external shell is the cornerstone of every electronic home security system. The opening detectors of the Terxon wired alarm system secure doors and windows. Surface-mounted and flush-mounted versions are available for installation depending on requirements. ...
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