Ajax security system becomes compliant with the PD 6662:2017

Ajax security system becomes compliant with the PD 6662:2017

Being a professional wireless alarm, Ajax security system meets the requirements of the highest international security standards including the European EN 50131. However, now the system has taken a step even further.

After the latest OS Malevich 2.10 update, Ajax becomes compliant with PD 6662:2017 standard providing the world’s best practices in countering false alarms. The update brought plenty of new functions including: alarm confirmation, system restoration after alarms, two-stage arming, selective system integrity check, alarm transmission delay when disarming and others.

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New device DoubleButton 

In addition to software updates, Ajax introduces DoubleButton — a new wireless hold-up device that can generate a confirmed alarm condition by a special sequence of clicks. 

The device is protected from accidental activation on both hardware and software levels — which eliminates false alarms — and protected from dust and splashes (IP55 body). 

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Technical conditions 

PD 6662:2017 features are available to set up in the latest versions of Ajax PRO apps. All Ajax hubs will upgrade to OS Malevich 2.10 by the end of 2020. The over-the-air update installs automatically when the system is disarmed.

All subsequently manufactured devices that comply with PD 6662:2017 will be marked with a sticker on the body and packaging. 

Together with partners, Ajax Systems will hold a series of online training sessions on the use of new PD 6662:2017 features. More information on the webinars is available from Ajax official distributors in the UK.

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