Presence detector and illuminance meter in one device. Zipato PIR motion sensor offers elaborate security and ambient sensing options. The multifunctional nature of this product allows you to detect motion, and measure the room’s illuminance. When used with Zipato home automation controllers, it can be a part of any automation scenario created using Zipato Rule Creator. Accordingly it can be used to automatically trigger other Z-Wave devices when activated.
PIR Motion Sensor
- Motion and light sensors in one device
- The new Z-Wave 500 series chip supports multichannel operation and higher data rates (9.6/40/100kbps)
- Can be used with various Z-Wave networks/controllers, regardless of the manufacturers
- Very low power consumption
- Low battery auto report
- LED indicator
- Easy installation
OPERATING VOLTAGE 3V
POWER CR123A lithium battery
OPERATING CURRENT 31.9~34.5mA
STANDBY CURRENT 14~16uA
OPERATING TEMPERATURE 0°C ~ 40°C
TEMPERATURE DETECTION RANGE 0°C ~ 60°C
ILLUMINATION RANGE 0~100%
MOTION DETECTION RANGE up to 7 m
MOTION DETECTION ANGLE 110°
Up to a 30 meter line of sight in an unobstructed environment
DEVICE DIMENSIONS 45 x 45 x 48 mm
DEVICE WEIGHT 50g
PACKAGE DIMENSIONS 95 x 85 x 50 mm
PACKAGE WEIGHT 70g
ne-nas-pd01z.eu 868.42 (EU)
WARRANTY 1 year standard
WHERE SHOULD I PUT IT?
Put it in the upper corner of the room to cover the whole room
WHAT IS THE RANGE OF THE SENSOR?
The range is up to 7m, and 110°
WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW?
Multisensor provides motion detection and illuminance for that room. For example it can be used to give notice when to turn on the light in the room if the illuminance is lower than 30%, or alert you when someone is in the room.
CAN COLD WEATHER AFFECT THE LIFESPAN OF MY BATTERIES?
Yes, cold weather can affect the life-span of your batteries. Batteries will discharge less efficiently as the temperature decreases, resulting in low battery alerts. Also know that batteries have lower operating temperature capabilities than the equipment pieces themselves. Our support team suggest changing them at the beginning of the season if you live in an area with extremely cold temperatures.