Motion Sensors

  • A motion detector is an electrical device that utilizes a sensor to detect nearby motion. Such a device is often integrated as a component of a system that automatically performs a task or alerts a user of motion in an area. They form a vital component of security, automated lighting control, home control, energy efficiency, and other useful systems
  • There are various motion sensor as listed below¬†
    • Passive infrared (PIR) - PIR sensors are sensitive to a person's skin temperature through emitted black-body radiation . .
    • Ultrasonic - These detect motion through the principle of Doppler radar, and are similar to a radar speed gun. .
    • Tomographic motion detector - These systems sense disturbances to radio waves as they pass from node to node of a mesh network.
    • Video camera - With the proliferation of low-cost digital cameras able to shoot video, it is possible to use the output of such a camera to detect motion in its field of view using software.
    • Gesture detector - Photodetectors and infrared lighting elements can support digital screens to detect hand motions and gestures with the aid of machine learning algorithm

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  1. PIR Motion Sensor
    $2.00
  2. PIR Motion Sensor Module - SR501
    $6.00
  3. Ultrasonic Sensor Module HC-SR04
    $6.00
  4. Integration Ultrasonic Transceiver
    $3.00

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