Wall Mount Motion Sensors

WALL MOUNT MOTION SENSORS

These sleek devices detect movement and activate lights, ensuring hands-free convenience and energy efficiency. 

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WHERE WOULD YOU RECOMMEND INSTALLING THE WALL-MOUNTED MOTION SENSOR?

 

Entryway: Boost your home or office's security by strategically placing motion sensors near doors and windows, effectively detecting any unauthorized entry.

 

Hallways and Staircases: Create a safer environment by installing motion sensors along hallways and stairwells, automatically illuminating the path as someone walks by.

 

Outdoor Spaces: Safeguard your property by positioning motion sensors in outdoor areas such as the front porch, backyard, or driveway, ensuring detection of potential intruders and providing visibility during nighttime.

 

Blind Spots: Identify and address low visibility areas with minimal natural light by installing motion sensors, thus enhancing safety and security in these spots.

 

CAN A WALL MOUNT MOTION SENSOR BE USED OUTDOORS?

 

Certain wall-mounted motion sensors model are designed for outdoor use, carefully engineered to withstand diverse weather conditions while maintaining their functionality. They are equipped with sealing and waterproofing features, effectively safeguarding the internal electronics from moisture and environmental factors.

 

Commonly employed for security purposes, outdoor wall-mounted motion sensors are instrumental in monitoring the exteriors of residential or commercial properties. When detecting movement, they have the capability to activate lights, alarms, or other security systems, providing a strong deterrent against potential intruders or promptly alerting occupants to any external activity.

 

Before proceeding with the installation of an outdoor wall-mounted motion sensor, it is crucial to thoroughly review the product specifications and confirm its explicit suitability for outdoor applications. One essential aspect to consider is its IP rating, as a higher rating indicates superior suitability for outdoor environments. For example, our Lampada Senso 180° and Lampada Senso 120° possess IP65 and IP66 ratings, respectively. Additionally, it's important to be aware that some motion sensors are specifically designed solely for indoor use and may not withstand exposure to the elements. Hence, it is essential to always verify that the chosen motion sensor is adequately rated for outdoor use.

 

WHAT TYPES OF WALL MOUNT MOTION SENSORS ARE COMMONLY USED?

 

Passive Infrared (PIR) motion sensors are among the most commonly used types of wall-mounted motion sensors. These sensors detect changes in infrared radiation emitted by objects in their field of view. When a person or an animal moves within the sensor's range, the change in infrared radiation triggers the sensor to activate lights, alarms, or other connected devices. PIR motion sensors are popular for their reliability, energy efficiency, and affordability, making them a preferred choice for various residential and commercial applications.

 

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