Automatic Door Motion Sensor
1) Advanced mechanical manufacturing and microprocessor control technology
2) Manual adjustment and automatic adjustment of the door leaf operation when needed.
3) Smooth opening and closing, with low noise.
4) A long-lasting brushless motor.
5) Two-door interlocking with electric lock function and support for multiple access control systems.
6) Double-purpose door leaf for heavy and light doors, with great load capacity.
7) Installation is easy.
Opening Sensor for Automatic Doors – Black
An automatic Door Motion Sensor, also known as an active microwave motion sensor, is a device that detects a person or object moving. Passive infrared sensors are less effective than active sensors because they can distinguish between many motion patterns. The microwaves are reflected back by moving objects and emit microwaves. The speed of the object detected will cause a shift in frequency. This frequency shift is what signals the sensor to open the door and switch off the operator.
Planar antennas use a default unidirectional detection mode, which provides stability and reliability. This solution is suitable for all automatic door systems regardless of their surroundings. Optionally, an automatic Door Motion Sensor can be set as a bidirectional sensor. Unidirectional sensors detect motion only in one direction, i.e. The sensor. Bi-directional sensors can detect movement towards or away from the sensor.
Technology – Microwave Doppler radar
The frequency emitted – 24.150 GHz
Mounting height – >1800mm – <4000mm
Tilt angles – 0° to 90° vertical and -30° to 30° lateral
Detection mode – Motion
Min. detection speed – 5cm per second (measured in optimal conditions)
Supply voltage – 12 to 24V ac/dc – Usually supplied by the operator with no additional power source required
Temperature range – Minus 20°C to plus 55°C
Materials – High impact plastic
Protection – IP54
An activation control is used for switching an automatic door operator. It is crucial to choose the right control as this will determine how smoothly the automated entrance operates. You can control traffic flow and decide how the door is used. You may also decide whether automated doors will be classified as low-energy swing doors or powered doors.
How to make the right choice. The choice between manual activation or automatic activation is initially two-fold. You should also consider traffic flow, density, and profile. High traffic areas, such as commercial or public buildings, require unhindered switching of doors using microwave motion sensors (or detectors). Low traffic areas, such as residential applications, or automated doors that are designed to be used only by those who require automated access, can usually be controlled manually with actuators (or push pads).