Size: various sizes available depending on model, ranging from small to large
Detection range: typically up to 30 meters or more depending on model and environment
Operating frequency: typically in the range of 5.8 GHz to 24 GHz, depending on model
Power supply: typically 5-24V DC, depending on model
Operating temperature: -20 to +60℃, depending on model
Package quantity: varies depending on manufacturer and model
Caution: Microwave motion sensors are a sensitive electronic device and should be handled with care to prevent damage. Customer should use appropriate precautions and protection to avoid electrostatic discharge (ESD) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) during installation, use, and maintenance.
Electrostatic Protection: Microwave motion sensors are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD), which can cause damage to the internal components and affect the performance of the sensor. Anti-static wristbands or anti-static gloves should be worn when handling the sensor, and grounding protection should be done for all machinery, equipment, tools, work tables, and material racks, etc. (within 10Ω of grounding impedance) to avoid electrostatic discharge. Anti-static bags, anti-static boxes, and anti-static turnover boxes should be used for storage or transportation. It is recommended to use ion fans to suppress electrostatic generation during operation.
Environmental considerations: Microwave motion sensors are sensitive to temperature and humidity changes. They should be stored in a dry and cool place, with a recommended storage temperature of 5-30℃ and humidity below 60% RH. Dehumidification should be done before use if the sensor has been stored for more than 2 months, and the suggested storage requirement should be a temperature of 5-30°C and humidity below 30% after opening the package. During use, the sensor should be kept away from direct sunlight, moisture, and extreme temperatures.
Installation and usage: When installing the microwave motion sensor, make sure it is properly grounded to avoid EMI and ensure reliable operation. The detection range and sensitivity can be adjusted according to the needs of the application, and multiple sensors can be used in a network to cover a larger area. The sensor should be mounted at an appropriate height and angle to ensure accurate detection and avoid interference from nearby objects.
Cleaning: To clean the microwave motion sensor, use a soft cloth or brush to remove any dust or dirt on the surface. Do not use abrasive materials or solvents that could damage the sensor.