Micran radar surveillance system

RADAR MRS – Serie

Micran Radar surveillance system is based on radar. MRS series Radars survey the area of up to 19 km2 in 2.5 seconds at any fog, snow, or rain, day or night. SJoint use of optical and radar sensors can intensely reduce the time of zone scanning while increasing the probability of correct detection of the invasion. This circumstance is determined by different physical principles of operation of the optical and radar sensors. Thus, the radar is used as the primary tool for scanning areas and detect potential threats and an optical sensor is only used to further assess the situation.

The modern approach to the construction of security systems is a regular analysis of treatments and founding of security barriers, which detect by different detection methods. Physical diversification of detection methods has paramount importance. Disadvantages of some sensors have to be compensated by strengths in others. So selection of sensors depends on objects’ perimeter, model of potential threats, weather conditions, etc.
Nowadays major companies’ strategic facilities security is based on video surveillance systems.
In recent years, we see great technological advances in this area. However, the cost of construction and maintenance of such systems often exceeds the economic benefits from their
use, especially in large facilities. Video analytics is still a costly myth. The automation level is not high, and as a consequence, the number of agents which monitor in real-time the system is not reduced.

The system of monitoring and protection of Micran is based on radar (RLS). MRS series radars 2 surveys an area of 19 km2 in 2.5 seconds at any fog, snow, or rain, day or night. Joint use of optical and radar sensors can intensely reduce the time zone review while increasing the probability of correct detection of the invasion. This circumstance is determined by different physical principles of optical and radar sensors operation. The main reason for this is to use radar as a means of area primary scanning and identify potential threats, a resource of optical sensors is only used to further evaluate the situation.

Solid-State Radars can tune output power for best performance.

SS radar random (50 cm) near field (250m)
SS radar random (50 cm) near field (250m)
MRS-1000 near field (250 m)
MRS-1000 near field (250 m)

Drastic surveillance system’s efficiency increase

Incorporated radars significantly reduce the number of cameras and other sensors, displays, and operators due to automatic target detection and tracking within the security area.

Unrestricted large area monitoring under any weather conditions

Radar provides continuous coverage and automatic scanning of over 19 km2 area. And within this area targeting and tracking are equally reliable under any environment: rain, snow, night-time, low visibility, etc.

Security system’s enhanced abilities

Radar’s positioning data and location mapping allow defining multiple complex security areas, setting priorities, and provides security scenario variety.

High-resolution target recognition

With radar’s range resolution of 3 meters, it is possible to obtain highly defined information of targets size and quantity.

MRS 1000
MRS 2000
MRS 3000
MRS-1000
Radar type FMCW solid-state radar
Operating frequencies band X-band
Output power, max 1 W
Input/output polarization Horizontal
Field of view 360°
Target detection range, max
human 1000 m
vehicle 2500 m
Resolution range 3 m
The beamwidth H/V 1°/25°
Аntenna type Open
Аntenna dimensions 2 m
Rotation speed From 0 to 24 rpm
MTBF min 20000 hours
Data exchange interface Ethernet (100Base-T)
Power supply 24 V DC
Power consumption less than 100W
Operating environment conditions -40°С … +55°С
MRS-2000
Radar type FMCW solid-state radar
Operating frequencies band K-band
Output power, max 0,01 W
Input/output polarization Horizontal
Field of view up to 90°
Target detection range, max
human 200 m
vehicle 200 m
Resolution range 2,5 m
The beamwidth H/V  multibeam 6°/50°
Аntenna type Radome
Аntenna dimensions 0,62 х 0,30 х 0,08 m
Rotation speed    —
MTBF min 20000 hours
Data exchange interface Ethernet (100Base-T)
Power supply 24 V DC
Power consumption  less than 25 W
Operating environment conditions -50°С … +55°С
MRS-3000
Radar type FMCW solid-state radar
Operating frequencies band Ka-band
Output power, max 0,7 W
Input/output polarization Horizontal
Field of view 360°
Target detection range, max
human 1000 m
vehicle 2500 m
Resolution range 3 m
The beamwidth H/V 1°/8,4°
Аntenna type Radome
Аntenna dimensions 0,6 m
Rotation speed From 0 to 24 rpm
MTBF min 20000 hours
Data exchange interface Ethernet (100Base-T)
Power supply 24 V DC
Power consumption less than 60 W
Operating environment conditions -40°С … +55°С