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P.I.R. ( Pasive Infra Red )

 DUAL DETECTORS       

Motion detectors :   DSC  ,   ADEMCO  ,   VISONIC  ,   PARADOX

 


The "motion sensing" feature on most lights (and security systems) is a passive system that detects infrared energy. These sensors are therefore known as PIR (passive infrared) detectors or pyroelectric sensors. In order to make a sensor that can detect a human being, you need to make the sensor sensitive to the temperature of a human body.

PIR are sensitive to motion, but not to a person who is standing still. That's because the electronics package attached to the sensor is looking for a fairly rapid change in the amount of infrared energy it is seeing. When a person walks by, the amount of infrared energy in the field of view changes rapidly and is easily detected. You do not want the sensor detecting slower changes, like the sidewalk cooling off at night.
The motion sensors cannot "see" you when you are outside looking through a window. That is because glass is not very transparent to infrared energy.


 

VISONIC  MOTION DETECTORS
state-of-the-art detection technologies backed by 30 years of expertise

 MINIATURE PIR   SPY    CLIP

 


 


SPY
World's smallest PIR detector

OPTICAL
Detection Patterns:
SPY 1 Long Range; narrow angle with coverage area of 11m x 17 (35 ft x 17)
SPY 2 Medium Angle; 3 double beams in a single detection layer with coverage area of 8 m x 50 (25 ft x 50)
SPY 3 Wide Angle; 6 double beams in a single detection layer with coverage area of 8 m x 100 (25 ft x 100)
SPY 4 Solid Curtain; with coverage area of 2 x 4 m (6 x 12 ft)

ELECTRICAL
Voltage: 10 to 14 VDC. Current: 12.5mA
Relay Output: Normally Closed (fail-safe) contacts, 18-ohm resistor in series with contacts. Rating - 0.1A resistive/24 VDC. Alarm Period: 2-10 seconds
Pulse Counter: Models 2, 3 and 4. Factory set to 2 pulses
Detector: Dual-element, low-noise pyroelectric detector

MOUNTING
SPY PIRs can be installed in a wall or ceiling and are available with both a collar and a front or rear mounting plate, depending on the model.

ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: 0C to 50C (32F to 122F)
Storage Temperature: -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F)
RFI Protection: Greater than 10 V/M up to 1000 MHz

PHYSICAL
Dimensions: Diameter: 19 mm (3/4 in) x Length: 70 mm (2-3/4 in)
Weight: 30 g (1.1oz)
Color: White

ACCESSORIES
SCS Small collar for in-wall or ceiling mounting
SCL Large collar for in-wall, ceiling or behind-the-wall mounting. Both SCS and SCL are supplied with the SPY 1, SPY 2 and SPY 4
SCL is permanently mounted on SPY 3

APPLICATIONS
Residential, Commercial and Museums, Wall or ceiling-mounted (flush-fitted), Covert installations

 

spy , world smallest pir

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 Spy 1 

 

  Spy 2 

 

 Spy 3

 

 Spy 4 

 

 

 

  • World's smallest PIR detector
     
  • Superior RF protection
     
  • Pulse counter (on model 4)
     
  • Miniature size - 19 x 70 mm (3/4 x 2-3/4 in)
     
  • Flush mounts into a 22 mm (7/8 in) hole
     
  • Special request-to-exit version available for access control
 

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CLIP
Miniature

Wide-Angle Micro-PIR Detector

Clip is the world's smallest, most inconspicuous detector, packing into its small elegant housing all the performance of a full-size PIR. This miniature detector is virtually unnoticeable after mounting. It provides full detection capabilities for areas up to 9m x 13.5m (30 x 45ft) and is ideal for protecting rooms in residential and light commercial applications.

Clip implements state-of-the-art detection technologies backed by 30 years of Visonic expertise. It offers industry-leading sensitivity and reliability levels while virtually eliminating false alarms. Clip is equipped with a two-step selectable alternate polarity pulse counter for high false-alarm protection. It also features 12 vertical adjustment and a switch able walk-test LED to ensure accurate pattern coverage.

Easy wall and corner mounting, miniature size and attractive design make Clip ideal for any home or office application where performance, small size and aesthetics are important considerations.

clip , world smallest pir

 

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Clip 1     

 

Clip 4 

 

Clip Features: 
  • Inconspicuous high-performance PIR. 
  • Miniature size 7 x 2.8 x 2.5cm (2.75 x 1.25 x 1 in). 
  • Maximum coverage area: 9 x 13.5m (30 x 45ft) / 100o
  • Exceptionally high reliability and false alarm immunity. 
  • Alternate polarity pulse counter. 
  • Enhanced 20V/m RFI immunity. 
  • 12o vertical adjustment. 
  • Switch able walk-test LED. 
  • Tamper switch. 
  • Wall-mount and corner installation.
     

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Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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UPDATE 26-Feb-2010
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