• Selectable multi-receiver innovation
Users are able to create up to ten firing groups containing any number of receivers. This is achieved by assigning each receiver to one of ten circuit ID’s, which can be set on the device at the point of deployment. The user can then select a circuit ID to fire that will initiate all the receivers set with the chosen circuit ID.

• Fire-all mode
Using a single transmitter, all receivers irrespective of their assigned circuit ID’s, can be initiated simultaneously with a broadcast fire command.

• Secure coding
The system coding is extremely secure with multiple data validity checks and cyclic redundancy algorithms to prevent inadvertent initiation of the receiver.

• Battery availability
To maximise the operational availability of the Breach MC, both the transmitter and receivers use the same commercial off-the-shelf batteries.

• Wire and shocktube receivers
Breach MC offers both wire output and Shocktube receiver (Remote Firing Devices) variants. The standard receiver has wire output terminals to deliver a high energy capacitive discharge pulse of 1.3 Joules.

• Common transmitter
The same transmitter can be used to initiate both wire or shocktube receivers within the same firing system or circuit ID’s.

Breach MC operates on a single frequency, which is selected by the customer and is set at manufacturer. Up to ten circuit ID’s are available and can be used to initiate an unlimited number of receivers that can be a mix of electronic or shocktube variants. To ensure user safety, all Breach MC receivers cannot initiate with five seconds of being switched on. This delay can be extended on user request and is set at manufacture.