Panasonic Passive Infrared or Pyroelectric PIR Motion Sensors are available in a wide variety of current consumption options and offer both digital and analog output options. Both the EKMB and EKMC Series offer many lens options suitable for various applications, detection distance, ceiling installation height, field of view, and detection zone requirements. The EKMB and EKMC Series lens type options include Standard Detection, Long Distance, Wall Installation, Saturn Lens (Standard and Slight Detection), Wide Field of View, High Density/Long Distance, Slight Motion, Low Profile, Wide Area Detection, Ultra Slight Motion, and Flat Square lens types. Most lenses are available in white, black, or pearl white.
Offering simplified circuitry with a fully integrated Sensor design, Panasonic's EKMB Series requires consumption as low as 1micro A current, which is suitable for battery-driven wireless equipment. The EKMC Series is suitable for battery-free devices at a standard current consumption of 170micro A and is available in standard, high, and low detection sensitivities.
The latest PIR Motion Sensor lens design type options include the new "Flat Square Lens" offering a low profile in various detection zones and the new "Wide Area Detection" Type offering a wide detection spanning over 10.8 meters as well as the new "Ultra Slight Motion" Type with improved sensitivity.
PIR Motion Sensor Applications include:
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Panasonic's “Flat Square Lens” Type PIR Motion Sensors offer both a low profile and flat surface granting a flush design look with the surface of the build and are available within the EKMB and EKMC Series product line up. This new lens type creates various detection zones, an optical filter to block non-infrared light, and more!
Panasonic's "Ultra Slight Motion" Type PIR Motion Sensors are available within the EKMB and EKMC Series product line up. Featuring a new lens design option, these PIR Motion Sensors are designed to provide ultra slight motion detection. Their high signal to noise ratio ensures the prevention of false triggers.
Thirty-nine (39) comprehensive pages on how to design in and use Panasonic PIR Motion Sensors make specifying these high technology products easier than ever. Operating principles, electrical connection, output signals, and in-depth product specification information are all available for easy reference.
Learn how to choose the right PIR Sensor for your low power or line power application requirements and lens options. Chose the right lens by detection distance, ceiling installation height, the field of view requirements, and the number of detection zones.
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