PIR Sensor for Ceiling
Passive infrared detector (PIR) Motion detector by e.g. a person Indoor applications
Operating distance: 2.5 m to 4.0 m (depending on dipswitch settings) Operating angle: 360°
Channel coding by BGP-COD-BAT Supplied by smart-house
Ceiling-mount or in Eurobox
Channel codingBy BGP-COD-BAT and special
No. of channels2
Enclosure Plastic housing
Degree of protectionIP 20
Pollution degree 3 (IEC 60664)
Operating temperature 0° to +50°C (+32° to +122°F) Storage temperature -20° to +70°C (-4° to +158°F)
Humidity (non condensing)20 - 80%
Weight 84 g
OPUS (WxHxD)ø 90 x 40 mm
Max. wire in terminals 4 x 0.75 mm2
Power-on delayTyp. 10 s
Inputs PIR on I/O 1
Operating distance Depending on settings of DIP- switch 1 and 2
Wave length7 to 14 µm
Input detection speed 5 pulses/s
LED outputRed LED on I/O 5
Power supply Supplied by smart-house
Consumption < 8.0 mA
Supply Ordering no.
MODE OF OPERATION
BSQ-PIR360 is a 2-channel monostable transmitter with a PIR detec- tor, which operates by means of a dual-element detector.
The transmitter is activated if the temperature suddenly changes (most often it will be heat radiation from a person) in relation to the back- ground radiation. Consequently, the transmitter can be used for ON/OFF switching of lighting, air conditioning etc. If a person moves within a detection zone, BSQ-PIR360 is activated.
The PIR detector is designed for ceiling-mount or in a Eurobox if springs are removed.
Slow movements between zones resulting in a detection speed of less than 0.5 pulses/sec will not be detected. Nor will rapid movements re- sulting in a detection speed of more than 5 pulses/sec be detected. As BSQ-PIR360 is a passive device, several detectors can be placed in the same room without interfering with each other.
LED indication (walk test):
When the DIP-switch 3 is ‘Off’, the LED follows the state of the
address that is coded in I/O 5. If the address of I/O 5 is on, the LED
will be on, and off when the address is off.
When the DIP-switch is ‘On’, the LED will follow the status of the PIR
sensor, logically OR’ed with the state of the address that is coded to
I/O 5. If the PIR senses a heat movement, the LED lights up, and extin-
guishes when the PIR no longer detects a movement. If the address of
I/O 5 is off, the LED will follow the state of the PIR element. Ifthe
address of I/O 5 is on, the LED will be on.
The module should not be installed as follows:
b)In places exposed either to sunlight or to motor vehicle headlights
pointing directly at the sensor.
c)In places exposed to direct air flow from a heater or air conditioner.
d)In places where rapid temperature changes occur.
e)In places exposed to severe vibration.
f) Close to glass or other objects which might
reflect the infrared radiation.
g)For burglar detection.
Specifications are subject to change without notice (22.06.2010) - A product of the CARLO GAVAZZI Group