3-Series Motion Sensor and Motion Detector
New User Guidance For Motion Sensors
A motion sensor (or motion detector) is the linchpin of your security system because it detects when someone is in your home when they shouldn’t be. A motion sensor uses one or multiple technologies to detect movement in an area.
What is a Motion Sensor?
A motion sensor is a device that notices moving objects, mainly people. A motion sensor is frequently incorporated as a component of a system that routinely performs a task or else alerts a user of motion in a region. These sensors form an essential component of security, home control, energy efficiency, automated lighting control, and other helpful systems.
The 3-Series Centralite Motion Sensor adds security and advanced home automation features to your connected home. You can be notified when there’s movement in a particular area and even trigger lighting scenes, HVAC settings, and security alarms based on motion detection.
Trigger Scenes and Lights with a Motion Detector
Automatically illuminate a dark hallway at night or turn on a nightlight when the kids wake up. Turn on the living room and kitchen lights when your car pulls into the garage. The 3-Series Centralite Motion Detector provides virtually limitless flexibility for interacting with your home!
30-Foot IR Range – Motion Sensor
The Centralite Motion Sensor is sensitive enough to detect motion from across the room and down long hallways.
Motion Sensor with 3-Year Battery Life
With a 3-year battery life, you won’t have to replace batteries constantly.
Motion Sensor Mounting Options
The best place for a Motion Sensor Module is on walls, ceilings, and corners using screws or adhesive (both included).
With 3-Series Centralite Micro Motion Sensors, your connected home can intuitively respond to your arrival and departure. By placing a Motion Detector in your entryway or garage, your home can illuminate your entryway, adjust the thermostat, and even raise your blinds.
Motion Sensor Worry-Free Vacation
Did I leave the curling iron on? Did we turn the heat off? What about the lights? By adding motion-sensing capabilities, your system can intelligently respond to an empty home. Your connected home can also react differently to short and long durations of no motion.
Save Energy While You’re Away with a Motion Detector
Whether you’ll be away from home for a few weeks or hours, the 3-Series Motion Sensor can help proactively turn off lights, set back thermostats, and disable devices that draw power even when off (e.g., televisions, microwaves, and computers).
The primary role of Smart Motion Sensors and Motion Detector in home security
The primary purpose of a motion detector is to sense an intruder and send an alert to your control panel, which alerts your monitoring center.
Motion sensor working when you’re not home or when you tell the system you are not there. You can even program some security to record events via a security camera when there’s motion.
Motion Detector – Protect Your Home While You’re Away
When paired with a ZigBee HA 1.2-compatible hub, the 3-Series Centralite Motion Sensor can trigger text and e-mail alerts when there is unexpected motion detected in the home. You can also receive activity reports to ensure the kids have made it home or that a repairman has left.
Adding a 3-Series Motion Sensor and detector Light to your connected home can help to reduce energy costs. With smart scheduling, your home can respond to a vacant house by turning off lights and setting back the thermostat.
Motion Detector Do-it-Yourself Installation
The Centralite 3-Series Motion Sensor is designed to be installed by anyone, not just professionals.
Save energy by turning off lights in areas that aren’t being used.
Energy is wasted any time light is on in a room that isn’t being used. By adding a 3-series Motion Sensor to your room, your home can automatically turn off lights when there hasn’t been activity for more than 15 to 30 minutes.
Centralite Explains Motion Sensor
A Centralite motion sensor is a type of electronic sensor. It is usually embedded within consumer-end devices such as:
- Smart TVs
- Tablet computers
- Physical security systems
Open the hub for joining and pulling the plastic tab from the device.
Attach the mounting bracket to the wall and snap the sensor in place.
Depending on the ability of the motion sensor, it can detect motions within the device in which it is integrated or the surrounding environment. It is usually connected with a system or software that processes the movement into action or information.