GJD acquires Radiovisor and its technologies

Posted On 15 Jun 2017
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The ATEX approved GS100 beam

GJD has acquired from Radiovisor t/a Lazer Systems all of their infra-red beam and barrier technology plus all related intellectual property rights. Radiovisor’s ‘PREDATOR’ range of dual, quad and tower active IR beam sets plus the ATEX approved GS100 beam for use in hazardous areas will be manufactured at GJD’s factory in Heywood and will undoubtedly enhance GJD’s perimeter security product range.

Radiovisor Parent was established over 90 years ago and was labelled as the innovator of the Active Infra-Red beam. The PREDATOR system has been accessed by the CPNI panel and has met their requirements to be included within the Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE), “Approved for UK Government Use, for details contact CPNI”. The integral MM100 beam sets additionally hold NATO codification.

Radiovisor’s IR beam technology will complement GJD’s product range and will provide installers, specifiers and consultants with a ‘one stop shop’ for IP connected detectors, active infra-red beams, alarm devices and CCTV LED illuminators for all aspects of external security detection and illumination.

Mark Tibbenham, Managing Director of GJD commented: “There is a huge demand for high-end and intelligent IR beam sets as well as reliable detectors that can be used in hazardous areas. The inclusion of Radiovisor infra-red beam technology will even further enhance our product offering.”