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OMEGA Introduces ‘Normally Closed’ Trigger Sensor

Douglasville, Georgia – April, 2014 – Omega Research and Development Tech-nologies, Inc. just released their new AU-NCT, a normally closed “Door-Trigger” sensor with five normally closed trigger inputs. Not only is this unit a direct solution for complex Ford, Lincoln and Mercury door-triggers but it also greatly simplifies

installations on vehicles with normally closed door, trunk, and hood circuits. It can also be used to expand protection options by triggering when a circuit is broken, for example, if tools are removed from the bed of a work truck, a spare tire is removed from an exterior tire carrier, or a trailer is disconnected from its tow vehicle.

“The AU-NCT can be used to create your own normally closed trigger circuit” said Shawn Cooper with Omega R&D Tech Support “This is a great solution for customers who carry tools or ladders in an open bed truck or tow a trailer and need their vehicle security to extend to the trailer. If we can get a wire through or around any object we can trigger the alarm if this object is removed by cutting or disconnecting this wire.”

No need to waste time cutting factory wires to add diodes and resistors to get the door trigger on a Ford Explorer. Just add one AU-NCT that can monitor all four doors and the rear hatch without cutting a single wire.

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