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PIR Motion Sensor

by E Control Devices authorized electronic Component Distributor
The EKMC1603111 is a long-distance detection type passive infrared motion sensor. This sensor detects a change in infrared radiation which occurs when there is a movement by a person or object by the
Recommended Features
  • White lens color
  • Maximum detection range is 12m
  • Output current is 100A
  • Operating voltage range from 3VDC to 6VDC
  • Excellent resistance to electromagnetic noise
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At the point when a sensor identifies movement, it conveys a message to your security systems control board, which connects with your monitoring area. This alarms you and the monitoring centre focus on a possible threat in your home.
Motion sensors are well known with regards to security and energy productivity. They can be utilized for theft alerts or surveillance cameras, activating these gadgets when it detects movement nearby.
It may very well be an energy saver by stopping lights in a way when it detects no movement any longer, which is used routinely in places of business or bathrooms.
There are three types of motion sensors that are utilized often: Passive Infrared (PIR), Microwave, and Dual Tech/Hybrid.

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