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Application: Lighting, especially for Parking LED lights (It resists dust and smoke)  Advantage: 1- Saves 85% from the electric bill, if compared with fluorescent lights   


The sensor is an active motion detector, it emits high-frequency 5.8GHz electro-magnetic waves and receives the reflected waves to be analyzed by its Microcontroller. 
The sensor can detect even the slightest movement in its detection zone and then triggers its internal relay which turn on the Lights / Loads. Detection is possible through doors, panes of glass or thin walls.


Technical Specifications:  
Power Supply: 220-240 VAC / 50-60Hz   , Power Consumption: 0.9W Approx. 
Installation: Indoor, Ceiling mounting, outdoor when installed in isolated plastic box  
HF system: 5.8GHz CW Radar, ISM Band, Detection Angle 360° 
Range Detection 2-10m (Adjustable). 
Hold Time Setting: 10 Sec. to 30 Min. (Adjustable)  
Light Sensing Control: 10 ~ 500 Lux, 24h. 
Rated Load: 1200W (220-240VAC), 600W (100-130VAC). 


Connect L , N with power  
Connect L’, N’ with load


S1, S2: Set the Sensitivity / Detection range  
S3, S4, and S5: Set the Hold Time. 
S6, S7, S8: Set the Light Sensing (Lux) 
Switch to the on is “1”, switch to the off is “0”


Sensitivity Settings:  
Control the more or less circular detection zone produced on the ground after mounting the sensor light at a height of 2.5 m. As per the schedule: 


The above detection distance is measured using a person of 1.6 ~ 1.7 m tall with an average body, moving at a speed of 1.0 ~ 1.5 m/sec. 
If any of these variables are changed, the detection distance will also change. 
It is recommended to select the shortest hold time for adjusting the detection zone and for performing the walk test.  


Hold Time Setting: 
Hold time can be set as 10 sec to 30 min as per the schedule


Any movement detected before this set hold time elapse will restart the timer.  
After the light switches off, it would take 1 sec approximately until the sensor could be able to start detecting movements again. 
Day Light Sensing Setting: 
The Light Response Threshold can be set as 10 Lux ~ 500 Lux (Approximately) as per the schedule

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