Usage: auto ON/OFF light
installation: indoor ceiling mounted
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PIR Sensor Switches
Standard light switches aren’t exactly hard to use We turn them on without a thought. But what if you walk into utility room with an armload of clothes and can’t even see the switch, let alone get a hand free to turn it on? Or when you’re carrying a heavy box or bags of groceries from the garage and can’t reach the light switch to turn it off? You have to make a second trip, you leave the light on. That is two reasons why a PIR sensor switch would be helpful.
How PIR Switches Work
There are two basic types of PIR switches: active sensor and passive sensor. Active PIR sensors often referred to as radar-based, send out sound waves into the room and wait for the signal to return. (Some garage door openers do the same thing.) If someone enters the room or moves inside the room, the speed of the returning sound waves changes, triggering the PIR switch.
Passive PIR sensors also called passive infrared sensors (PIR) or pyroelectric detectors, detect body heat from humans and animals. The sensor uses a photodetector, which converts light in the wavelengths into electrical current that triggers an alarm in the minicomputer housed in the detector, activating the PIR switch. To prevent nuisance switching, the computer ignores slow changes in room temperature due to sunlight.
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