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How Does It Work: Microwave Motion Sensor?

How Does It Work: Microwave Motion Sensor?

Motion detectors emit microwave signals and measure the time taken for the signal to be reflected to the sensor, this is known as the echo time. The echo time is used to calculate the distances from all the stationary objects in the detection zone, to establish a baseline to work from.
A person moving into the detection zone causes a disruption in the microwave beam, changing the echo time and triggering the lights – this can result in sensors being over sensitive.
To combat the tendency to be overly sensitive, at Haneco we utilize sensors that can be adjusted to suit your personal needs and that they have consistent detection over all temperatures.

$$$ Microwave Motion Sensors are an easy solution for increased energy savings $$$

How Does It Work: Microwave Motion Sensor?

The sensors are designed for use with high-bays, floodlights, battens, bulkheads, and other industrial luminaires

Microwave Motion detection is widely recognized as a detecting technology in lighting control.

  • Sensitivity to minor motion & radial movement
  • Daylight threshold adjustment increments
  • Timer
  • Dimming
  • Covering substantial detection area
  • 360° detection if required
  • Resilient to a heat source, smoke & air-conditioner

Microwave sensors are ideal for large spaces and areas that have an awkward shape or where fine motion is detected.

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