Oaks Motion Sensor Manual and Troubleshooting Guide
About the Product:
A motion sensor(PIR) is a passive infrared detector or physical sensor. This sensor doesn’t emit any energy but only passively receives and detects infrared radiation from outside. Under room temperature, all items have radiation. Human beings are warm-blooded animals with stable infrared radiation, so they are most easily to be detected. That’s why we also call it a body sensor. PIR sends messages via the Z-Wave network to the Z-Wave gateway. In the Z-Wave network communications, PIR can be connected to any Z-Wave gateway. In different countries or areas, the radio frequency is different. In the communication between PIR and Z-Wave gateways, PIR can only send messages, not be able to receive messages. When PIR is triggered, PIR will send a message to the Z-Wave gateway and associate devices to work through the Z-Wave gateway. PIR is battery-powered, small, and can be installed easily.
- Motion detection
- Temperature detection
- Measure the light sensitivity
- Compatible with 300 series and 500 series. Easily installed on walls or any surface
- Range: up to 50m outdoor, up to 30m indoor Power supply: CR123A x 1
- Battery life: 1 year
- Radio Protocol: Z-Wave
- Radio Frequency: 868.4MHz EU; 908.4MHz US;
- 921.4MHz ANZ; 869.2MHz RU Detection range: 7 meters
- Viewing angle: 90 degrees
- Size (D x W x H): 45mm x 45mm x 48mm
- See the manual linked below for further instructions on installing the motion sensor.
- For adding/removing the motion sensor to the Rently hub, please see the following:
- For any additional troubleshooting, please see the following:
For any additional information on the motion sensor, please contact Rently Keyless Support.
If you need any additional assistance, please contact Rently support at 888-340-6340.