High Density Long Distance PIR Motion Sensor
11 May 2018
Panasonic’s new “High Density Long Distance” passive infrared sensor, optimises detection through the use of an unbelievably small optic and installation heights of up to 17 metres or more are achieved. When the sensor is installed at 17 metre height, the diameter of the detection area is 23.5 metres.
A special lens design with an additional lip allows fast integration into IP-rated applications by using for example an o-ring construction. The minimum lens diameter is 19.3mm.
The pyroelectric sensor compliments the PaPIRs families EKMC (standby current consumption: 170µA) and EKMB (standby current consumption: 1µA ,2µA and 6µA) for battery-free and battery-operated devices, respectively.
The quad-sensor-based design with a very high density of 128 detection zones guarantees reliable response even at long distances. The detection area is circular and symmetrical, which simplifies sensor integration because of the independence of sensor orientation within the final product.
Panasonic passive infrared sensors are optimally suited for many types of lighting control applications. Typical fields of application are for example luminaires in high-bay warehouses, motion detectors in public and industrial buildings, security cameras, and street lights.
Detection distance up to 17m
Output: digital (open-collector output) and analog (op-amplifier output)
Available lens colours: white, pearl white and black