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Wireless motion sensors use passive infrared (PIR) technology to detect motion in a room. They also monitor light level intensity to trigger events based on lighting level changes. These abilities enable controls beyond outdoor dawn/dusk detection for lighting, window covers, and other devices. Motion sensitivity, occupancy hold time, battery management, and light level monitoring are all software controlled. Adjust any settings without opening the motion sensor, changing jumpers, or turning little dials.
Two easy-to install motion sensors, a ceiling-mount and wall-mount version, are available to meet any application. Use software controlled occupancy hold times for lifestyle events that security-oriented motion sensors with fixed hold times just can’t do, like starting music. Automatically turn room lights off after a programmable time period (from five seconds to 60 minutes) of “no motion” detected. In larger areas requiring greater coverage, “link” two or more wireless motion sensors to act together as a single motion sensing device. In this mode, motion events are communicated to the Control4 system when any of the sensors detect motion. No motion events are communicated when all of the sensors report no motion.
“Green” up automated light switches, dimmers, and thermostats by adding motion sensors. Sensing motion and light allows for occupancy-based automation controls. Control room lighting, climate control, and water heating systems to comply with environmental policies, conserve resources, and save the homeowner money on utilities.
Wireless motion sensors operate for over one year on a standard 9V alkaline battery under typical usage and environmental conditions (non-rechargeable lithium batteries will provide even longer operation). The device can be line powered for maintenance-free operation. Wireless connectivity and easy installations make this motion sensor perfect for new construction and retrofitted homes, adding intelligent, automated features for any home or yard location.
Extend the benefits and enjoyment of a Control4 home with the increased occupancy-aware responsiveness that motion sensors provide.
Note: These devices are not ZigBee routing nodes. To ensure proper ZigBee network performance, Control4 light switches/dimmers or other repeating devices should be installed first, and the motion sensor devices should be identified near their final installation point.
|Control4 System Requirements||Control4 OS 1.8.x and 2.0.x or greater|
|Frequency Range||2.405 – 2.475 GHz|
|Networks Supported||Control4 ZigBee PRO mesh networking protocol, based on the IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee standard|
|Humidity||5% to 95% non-condensing|
|Storage Temperature||-20°F to 158°F (-28°C to 70°C)|
|Operational Temperature||-20°F to 158°F (-28°C to 70°C)|
|Rain Resistance||IP44 (splash proof) rated|
|Regulatory||CE, FCC Part 15 Class B, RoHS compliant|
|Test modes and LED indicators||Walk test mode (red LED)|