Motion Sensor Light Switch

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  • June 16, 2021
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How To Use Motion Sensor Light Switch For Home Automation | PIR Vs Microwave
Introduction: This video titled “Motion Sensor Light Switch” by Phlipton Automation Solutions walks through how to use motion sensor light switches for home automation. Phlipton Automation is one of India’s fastest growing Smart Home and Industrial Automation providers.
Explained first is the difference between Passive Infrared Sensors (PIR) and Microwave motion sensors. PIR sensors detect motion in 360 degrees. PIR sensors detect motion from temperature differences while the microwave sensor detects motion. The speaker then introduces the microwave motion sensor and explains the savings, safety, and light pollution of the sensor. The product uses a high-frequency electro-magnetic wave 5.8 GHz integrated circuit.
The main difference between the two relates to practical real-world scenarios. Microwave motion sensors respond very quickly. The lux and time of the microwave motion sensor can be controlled. Motion can be detected through doors, glass, or thin walls. The microwave sensor will then switch on lights after detecting motion. Without motion for a set determined time, the light will switch off. This increases efficiency and decreased energy and cost. There are many customizations that can be made on the microwave sensor. For example, you can set the sensitivity of the sensor according to your working area. You can set lights on/off time anywhere between 10 seconds and 12 minutes.

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