The Wireless Motion Sensor uses Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR) technology to detect the presence of people by measuring changes in infrared light intensity coming from people moving into the sensor's field of view. Detection events are wirelessly transmitted to nearby Cloud Connectors (gateways) via the SecureDataShot™ protocol. Cloud Connectors relay sensor data to the DT cloud infrastructure. From there, data can be integrated into other services using our REST APIs or viewed directly in DT Studio (web application).
EU and US variants
This sensor is available in two variants, one for the EU and one for the US, due to different certifications, compliances, and wireless communication.
|Temperature range||0 to 50 °C / -32 to 122 °F|
|Recommended temperature range||0 to 50 °C / -32 to 122 °F|
|Humidity||0 to 90% relative humidity (noncondensing)|
|EU||868 MHz SRD/ISM band, SecureDataShot™|
|US||915 MHz ISM band, SecureDataShot™|
|Certifications and compliance|
|US||Certified to FCC and ISED regulations
FCC ID: 2ATFX-102518
|Recommended storage conditions||Cool and dry, near normal room temperature|
|Construction material||Polycarbonate (PC)|
|Size and weight||110 mm(⌀)x42 mm, 123.0 g|
|Lifetime||Up to 10 years in the default configuration and standard environment|
|Indoor||100 m | 328 ft|
|Product numbers and datasheets|
|102517||Wireless Motion Sensor EU|
|102518||Wireless Motion Sensor US|
|Datasheet||Datasheet Wireless Motion Sensor EU/US|
Detailed installation and planning instructions can be found in the Motion Sensor Installation Manual.