FSH has received SCEC approval (Security Level 4) for its FSS1 high security door monitoring sensor, which has been developed for high security, military, correctional and similar applications. 

It’s a big deal for FSH and for the entire high security end of the access control and intrusion detection market, which has been waiting for a solution of this calibre since the Jackson Report found flaws in the security performance of existing devices. 


FSH’s FSS1 sensor control board.

The FSH sensor is available in flush or surface mount variations and replaces traditional high security reed switches using a Hall Effect sensor and programmable magnetic plate combination that allows the unit to be re-calibrated to circumvent door drop, which would otherwise lead to replacement of sensors or re-hanging of doors. 

FSH’s FSS1 was developed and is manufactured and programmed in Australia to the highest security standards and supports the integration of encryption modules and associated conduit. 

Check out our full review in the SEN’s July Show issue! ♦