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Omnidirectional PIR Motion Detector for optimized for the human Body. SPST-NO relayoutput
Power: 12VDC <50ua. Standby; ~50mA Relay Activated
Adj. Delay: ~18sec to ~3min.
Output: SPST-NO 12V Active
Range: Cone shape; 3-5m @ 0deg. (Head on) 1-3m @ +
& -60deg. Note:Due to wire AWG Output current limitted to 1A
6” pigtail leads In/Out, 6” leads for Sensor L: 1-13/16” W: 1-3/16” H: 5/8” WT: .08
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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For many years, I’ve had the idea of placing a motion sensor next to our campsite when we go fishing/camping.
I finally found this device that should work great for the project I plan on building.
With no electricity at the campsite, this 12 volt module will work great.
Place a sensor next to each location, food and garage can with a bright LED of maybe a strobe LED, of course pointing away from the tent.
Next time the animals try to steal our food or raid the garbage can, they’ll get an awakening.
I’ll probably will be using Lithium ion batteries for the power.
I may even place one inside the backyard shed.
- Bill Spradlin, IL
These units work perfectly. I am involved in several XMAS train exhibits. The sensors are rewired some 20ft+ from their module and operate perfectly. Cuts down on train operating time and associated maintenance.