Detects movement within a range of 5 m. Be there not or be I-CubeX-ed.
See this videoclip for a demo !
To capture direction and speed of visitors passing by an exhibit or installation, check the MoveAlong. Need lots of detail ? Try the MoveAround.
- Use for detection of motion in rooms (doesn't detect presence of objects or humans, because only movement is detected).
Use two or more to determine the direction of a movement.
- Combine with a
some Advance-645 and/or ReachClose
sensors and make sure every move of your visitor has an effect.
Perhaps the TouchStripOn
is useful for additional coverage on walls.
The Flash +
combo allows you to implement break-beams that could indicate borders or thresholds.
||1.3 (March 2010)|
||motion of heat emitting object|
||infrared (micrometer spectrum) differential|
||2.5 m (8.2 ft) within 60° angle to 5.0 m (16 ft) within 10° angle|
||1 bit (on or off)|
||0.5 s (upon motion detection sensor outputs max value for 0.5 seconds)|
||Voltage (use 5 V power supply)
||7-bit MIDI value (use 'no processing' editor preset)|
||4 to 12 V DC, 0.4 mA|
||-20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F), max. 95% RH (relative humidity)|
||25 mm (1.0 inch) x 35 mm (1.4 inch) x 20 mm (0.79 inch)|
||60 g (2.1 oz), incl. cable|
||1.0 m (39 inch), shielded, red wire = power, uninsulated wire = ground, black wire = sensor output, maximum extension 30 m (98 ft)|
||male plug with 3 pins in a row spaced 2.54 mm (0.100 inch)|
- Make sure the sensor is plugged into the Digitizer with the red wire connected to power. Reversing the plug may cause damage to the sensor.
- The MoveOn sensor needs at least 25 seconds before it is ready for stable operation.
- Best results are obtained if the sensor is placed up high, about 2 to 3 meter (7 to 10 feet) in the area it is being used in.
- The unit is not suited for environments with rapid temperature changes due to wind, heating devices or air conditioners, nor will the unit work well in environments with shocks and vibrations or environments with sunlight or other intense light aimed directly at the sensor.