GJD’s ‘Pearl’ Triple-Tech External Detector shortlisted for PSI Premier Award

GJD’s Pearl detector has been nominated in the Intruder Product of the Year Award 2016. This is the second year in a row that GJD has been nominated as a finalist in the PSI Premier Awards. If you like the Pearl, please vote by clicking on the link: http://www.psimagazine.co.uk/vote/. The deadline for voting is 1st July 2016.

The PSI Premier Awards are unique as readers of the PSI magazine, including professional security installers, specifiers and consultants vote for their preferred innovative product.GJD Pearl Curtain Beam Detector

The external Pearl triple-tech wired detector is a highly advanced PIR and microwave technology system, designed to provide extremely effective security against potential crime. Mark Tibbenham, Managing Director commented: “GJD is truly honoured to have the Pearl detector nominated for the PSI Premier Awards for a second year running. This is a strong indication and recognition of all the hard work the team at GJD have invested. I would like to congratulate all our staff whose dedication has resulted in this prestigious nomination”.

The Pearl detector may be small in size yet its quality, reliability and technological performance is exceptional. The innovative design incorporates PIR, microwave sensing and an anti-masking system, providing robust triple protection.

The Pearl detector is a high-end product designed to protect residential, commercial or industrial premises. Its compact size and unique features make it an ideal solution for all security requirements. For more information about the Pearl please visit: http://www.gjd.co.uk/products/wired-detectors/pearl-curtain-beam-detecto...

GJD was established in 1983 and has an extensive portfolio of security products, which are manufactured in-house. All products are 100 percent tested and supported by a dedicated team who provide knowledgeable expertise and support. 

If you share GJD’s view that the Pearl detector should be awarded Intruder Product of the Year 2016, please vote by clicking the following link: http://www.psimagazine.co.uk/vote/