One of the reasons I tend to mount my sensors and reflectors behind wall panels. I drill a hole in the walls, that can easily be disguised as part of the set. Or I mount them in a way that they are protected and disguised, if aceess is not available behind that particular wall.
Originally Posted by MarkSchaefer
To prevent fog from triggering your sensor and effect accidentally, using a very good industrial retroreflective sensor with a high excess gain will help considerably. I have one sensor installed, triggering a giant fog cannon, in a hallway that is also fogged by a separate machine. I have never witnessed a false triggering with that particular installation. Less powerful sensors, not specifically designed for contaminated and dirty environments, can easily be triggered by fog. It's all about the correct sensor for that particular instance.
Originally Posted by FrightProps