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  • Ask: What are motion sensors used for?

    Answer: A motion sensor (or motion detector) is an electronic device that is designed to detect and measure movement. Motion sensors are used primarily in home and business security systems, but they can also be found in phones, paper towel dispensers, game consoles, and virtual reality systems.

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  • Ask: How does a motion sensor sensor work?

    Answer: Passive infrared motion detectors (PIR) detect emitted infrared energy \u2013 given off by humans and animals in the form of heat. When there is a sudden increase in infrared energy, an alarm is sounded. ... When an entity crosses the beam of light, the sensor registers this change in light level.

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  • Ask: Can motion sensors work through walls?

    Answer: Will the motion sensor detect motion through walls or windows? No, Motion Sensors for your wireless security system will not detect motion through walls or most closed windows. You can put SimpliSafe in test mode using the Keypad menu system to make sure your Motion Sensors are working correctly in your home.

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  • Ask: Where do you put motion sensors?

    Answer: You should install your motion detector in a location where it can adequately detect motion, but also without causing any false alarms. The best location for a motion is usually in the corner of the room, away from any windows. The device should be placed about 6 to 8 feet off the ground.

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