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The ZMD-107 Motion Detector is a Z-WaveTM enabled device which is fully compatible with any Z- WaveTM enabled network. The device can be set up in a Z-Wave network to communicate directly with other end devices such as lighting controllers, or to report directly to a Z-Wave controller (usually a gateway).
This product supports the S2 security protocol that uses encrypted Z-Wave PlusTM messages to communicate to other security-enabled Z-Wave Plus products. A security-enabled Z-Wave Plus Controller must be used in order to fully utilize the security features of this product.
This product can be operated in any Z-WaveTM network with other Z-Wave certified devices from other manufacturers. All mains operated nodes within the network will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase reliability of the network.
The Motion Detector is designed with two detecting sensors, Passive Infra-Red (PIR) sensor and light sensor, in order to fulfill the purpose of security and home automation. When the detector is cooperated with security appliances, it is acting as a security device by detecting changes in infra-red radiation levels. If a person moves within or across the device field of vision, a trigger radio signal will be transmitted to cause full alarm condition in order to frighten intruders away. Alternatively, when the detector is worked with home automation appliances, the detector can be set to perform the role of home automation device by detecting both changes in infra-red radiation levels and percentage of lux levels. Once night falls, the percentage of ambient illumination is lower than preset value. If a person moves within or across the device field of vision, a trigger radio signal will be transmitted so as to turn on the connected lightings for better illumination.
The PIR Detector adopts a CR123 3.0V Lithium battery which under normal conditions will have typical life in excess of 1 year. When the battery level drops to an unacceptable level,,the detector will emit Battery report to the Z-Wave controller. When this occurs the batteries should be replaced as soon as possible.