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Pir Sensor Manual [REPACK]

This is a Motion Sensor for Europe. To run this device please insert fresh 1 * CR123A batteries. Please make sure the internal battery is fully charged. 1) Disassemble PIR main body and insert battery into PIR sensor. After making it powered on, please do not operate it within 20s.2) Make sure PIR sensor is located within the Z-Wave network range of gateway.3) Set Z-Wave gateway into inclusion mode (Refer to gateway user manual).4) Press the code button in PIR sensor three times continuously, LED Color Indicator then PIR sensor will enter inclusion mode. Meanwhile, LED light would flash red color five times on and off alternately.5) PIR will be detected and included in the Z-Wave network.6) Wait for gateway to configure PIR sensor.

Pir Sensor Manual

In order to include (add) a Z-Wave device to a network it must be in factory default state. Please make sure to reset the device into factory default. You can do this by performing an Exclusion operation as described below in the manual. Every Z-Wave controller is able to perform this operation however it is recommended to use the primary controller of the previous network to make sure the very device is excluded properly from this network.

1. Remove the cover of PIR sensor.2. Make sure the sensor is powered.3. Press and hold the reset button for 10-15 seconds, then LED lights would flash red color 1 time first, then 5 times on and off alternately.4. Release the code button.

Devices can also be removed from a network. This process is called Exclusion. Both processes are initiated by the primary controller of the Z-Wave network. This controller is turned into exclusion respective inclusion mode. Inclusion and Exclusion is then performed doing a special manual action right on the device.

This device will wakeup regularly and announce the wakeup state by sending out a so called Wakeup Notification. The controller can then empty the mailbox. Therefore, the device needs to be configured with the desired wakeup interval and the node ID of the controller. If the device was included by a static controller this controller will usually perform all necessary configurations. The wakeup interval is a tradeoff between maximal battery life time and the desired responses of the device. To wakeup the device please perform the following action: You can press the button once to wake up the sensor and send wakeup notification to gateway. If press successfully, LED light will blink one time.

Z-Wave devices control other Z-Wave devices. The relationship between one device controlling another device is called association. In order to control a different device, the controlling device needs to maintain a list of devices that will receive controlling commands. These lists are called association groups and they are always related to certain events (e.g. button pressed, sensor triggers, ...). In case the event happens all devices stored in the respective association group will receive the same wireless command wireless command, typically a 'Basic Set' Command.

MultiSensor 6 can be powered by battery or by USB with an appropriate adapter. For the purposes of installation and setup, even if you intend to power your sensor with batteries, we recommend using the provided USB cable for setup. For this, you'll need an adapter to plug your USB cable into; this can include any computer USB port and most smartphone chargers. These steps can be performed in any location within your home, and not necessarily in your MultiSensor 6's final installation location.

the battery level of your MultiSensor, it is recommended that the sensor be tested occasionally to ensure that the batteries still hold enough charge to operate. Batteries naturally lose their charge over time.

If you wish to use MultiSensor 6 outdoors, you will need to lower settings, and angle MultiSensor 6 accordingly as all environments will require different solutions or different settings for the motion sensor to work properly. Parameter 4 [1 byte] will determine the sensitivity of the motion sensor from a value range of 0 disabled to 5 max sensitivity (your ability to configure this setting will depend on the gateway used).

It is advised that if you are seeing false motion tracking, run trial and error to determine the best sensitivity from a range of 0 - 5 by going down 1 sensitivity level after every test (first 5, 4, 3, 2, then 1), while setting Parameter 3 [2 byte] to 10 to allow a PIR sensor timeout of 10 seconds after detecting motion to rapidly determine the best settings for motion use outdoors.

You can find more advanced configurations for MultiSensor 6 in our Engineering Sheet section on our Freshdesk which can be used to integrate Multisensor 6 into a new gateway or software, or use it as a reference for configurations.

Rayzeek RZ021-5a-g motion sensor light switch incorporates advanced PIR(passive infrared) motion sensor technology that provides precise detecting performance and a photocell light sensor for daylight sensing. The touchless light switch can effectively help users save energy and electricity and add automation by automatically turning ON/OFF the light.

RZ021-5a-g is compatible with both residential and commercial grade applications with its broad 110v-277v voltage range and large 5A current rating for loading multiple fixtures and HVAC. Easily adjust time delay, sensor sensitivity, and sensor working mode by simply pressing two buttons without uncovering the wallplate.

Motion sensor light switch, also known as light sensor switch, or occupancy sensor switch, is a motion-activated switch that controls the light automatically for you. The motion sensor switch turns on the light when the built-in motion sensor detects your presence in the room and turns the light off when the room is vacant.

A motion sensor light switch is a motion-activated, touchless light switch that can automatically turn the light on and off for users. A motion sensor light switch is also called a motion sensor switch, light sensor switch, wall sensor switch, etc.

The PIR sensor passively detects the infrared beam emitted or reflected in the environment to look for temperature change as a motion signal. The ultrasonic sensors constantly emit and receive ultrasonic signals and detect the difference in the waves as a motion signal. The dual-tech technology combines both PIR and ultrasonic sensors for motion detection.

Occupancy mode, commonly referred to as occupancy sensor, is an auto-on and auto-off motion detection mode that will automatically turn on the light when the detecting area is occupied and automatically turn off the light when the room is vacant.

Vacancy mode, commonly referred to as vacancy sensor, is a manual-on and auto-off motion detection mode that requires the users to manually turn on the light by pressing the motion sensor switch and the sensor will automatically turn off the light when the room is vacant.

ON/OFF mode is an exclusive working mode Rayzeek introduced to make our motion sensor switch to be a perfect replacement for regular light switches. ON/OFF mode provides a permanent manual override to the sensor that makes the motion sensor light switch work exactly the same as a regular light switch.

You can enter the ON/OFF manual mode by pressing the small button. Simply press the small button again to switch from ON status and OFF status, just like how you operate a traditional light switch. Press the big button to exit ON/OFF mode and return to the previous occupancy or vacancy motion detection mode.

Light Sensor/Daylight SensingThe light sensor or daylight sensing function allows a motion sensor to detect ambient brightness with an integrated photocell. When the light sensor is enabled, the motion sensor will not turn on the light when there is enough natural light to save electricity in the daytime. The default setting are OFF, 15 lux, 25 lux and 35 lux.

Time DelayTime delay is the duration that keeps the light on after no motion is detected. The motion sensor switch turns off the light if the sensor cannot detect any valid motion signal during the time delay period. This time window can keep the lighting consistent and prevent the motion sensor from falsely turning off the light due to a temporary motion-detecting failure.

Sensor SensitivitySensor sensitivity is how far or how sensitive the motion sensor is able to detect a movement, especially a small motion. Users can choose the sensitivity that suits their needs for the best detecting performance. High sensitivity is not always good as it can be too sensitive, making the sensor to be able to detect people walking past the room, which might falsely turn on the light when no one is in the room.

I recently purchased 10 pcs of the 021-5a-g sensor switches and I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. The installation process was simple and straightforward, and the motion sensor switch has been working flawlessly.

One of the best features is the manual mode, as I no longer need to re-activate the sensor constantly to keep the light on. Overall, I would highly recommend it to others. This little unit is one of a kind and a real game-changer.

Occupancy and vacancy sensors are devices that detect when a space is unoccupied and accordingly automatically turn OFF (or dim) the lights, thereby saving energy. The device may also turn the lights ON automatically upon detecting the presence of people, providing convenience and a potential security aid. According to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, occupancy-based strategies can produce average lighting energy savings of 24%.

Due to their relative simplicity and high energy-savings potential, coupled with energy code mandates, these sensors are a staple in new construction. They are also a common control feature in retrofit projects.

The majority of commercial building energy codes require manual- or partial-ON operation. Manual-ON sensors (also called vacancy sensors) require the occupant to turn the lights ON using a manual switch, which may be integral to the sensor (shown here is an example). Partial-ON sensors activate the lights to a designated level such as 50%, and the occupant then uses a switch to bring the lights to full output. Full-ON sensors activate the lights at full output. 041b061a72


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