G-Series Outdoor Wired PIR Sensor:
To begin with, our G-Series Outdoor Wired PIR Sensor covers a 100 degree angle.
For 12 meters with a pet immunity of 20kg.
Also it uses dual infra-red to ensure a very low level of false alarms.
This is a wired PIR with dual passive infrared technology.
Therefore it adopts a self-designed mask with DMT technology (anti-masking function).
Digital pulse count adjustable (to make it more or less sensitive).
Auto temperature compensation and energy analysis.
It is excellent in preventing false alarms because of dual infrared.
It has a special waterproof design, adopts refined Fresnel lenses.
And uses IR leading wave technology to reach real physical area superposition of PIR.
It is a very good choice outdoor intrusion detector for industrial, commercial, residential areas.
- Dual PIR solar outdoor detector with intelligent solar charge technology.
- Will not be triggered by waving branches// flowers.
Only detects moving human body temperature.
- Anti-mask technology.
- Digital pulse count adjustable for each PIR detection.
Pet Immunity- Sensor will not pick up pets 20kgs and less
- Detects an angle of 100 degrees for 12 meters.
- Alarm indication LED (red light).
- Unique waterproof design IP 65 rating adjustable bracket.
This is to match different detect angle requirement
- Built-in rechargeable batteries.
- Installation height 1.5m -2.4m.
Installation/wall/pole/barrier mountable with wide rotation design range
- Comes in ivory white colour.
What can motion sensors be used for?
Types of Motion Sensors.
Detects body heat (infrared energy).
Passive infrared sensors are the most used motion in home security systems.
When your system is armed, it activates your motion sensors.
Once the sensor warms up:
It can detect heat and movement in the surrounding areas, creating a protective “grid.”
How does a PIR motion detector work?
When the sensor is idle, both slots detect the same amount of IR.
The ambient amount radiated from the room or walls or outdoors.
When a warm body like a human or animal passes by.
It first intercepts one half of the PIR sensor.
Which causes a positive differential change between the two halves.
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