The pyroelectric wide-angle PIR sensor detects motion by detecting changes in the infrared levels generated by nearby objects. The wide-angle PIR sensor sends a strong signal on its output pin when motion is detected.
Functionality-wise comparable to initial PIR Sensor with LED Signal The wider detecting angle of the Wide Angle PIR Sensor is 180 degrees. Because of this, it excels in applications where users must monitor movement across a sizable, open space.
The global wide angle PIR sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Bosch ISN-CC1-50W wide-angle motion detector has been introduced by Bosch Security Systems, a full-line manufacturer of superior security systems and components. This updated Bosch DS918i/DS918x passive infrared (PIR) ceiling-mount motion detector is up to 20% less expensive than its predecessor and includes a number of new capabilities.
The UL-listed detector is less conspicuous and appropriate for applications and environments where aesthetics are crucial because it has a lower-profile design and is less than two-thirds the height of the previous model. Its movable mirrors make changing coverage patterns simple.
There is no need for visual alignment because vertical adjustment is performed using a lever that has indicators for matching the height of the ceiling. The ISN-CC1-50W offers a mounting height of up to 16 feet and a wide-angle coverage of 46 feet.
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