Aurora PIR MOTION SENSOR Don't be fooled by its small size! Next-generation Split-Zone Optics and advanced ASIC-based processing give the pet immune Aurora laser-sharp detection. FEATURES • Immune to pets up to 40 lbs • Split-Zone Optics technology • Totally silent relay operation • Advanced ASIC-based processing • Ultra-low current • Tamper proof design Detection Method Temperature Compensation Indicator • Dual Element Passive Infrared • Advanced dual-slope temperature • Red LED, enabled/disabled via SPECIFICATIONS Coverage compensation adjusts for above and below body temperature • Pet Immune Lens: 35' x 45' (10.6m x 13.7m) Detection Zones (Two fingers per zone) • Pet Immune Lens: 28 zones (eight over eight long range, eight intermediate, four short range) Pulse Processing • Intermediate, Standard or Harsh; selectable via jumper link Tamper proof design • Alarm relay cannot be compromised with a magnet Detectable Walk Rate • 0.5-10ft/sec (.15-3m/sec) Mounting Height • 7" (2.1m) recommended for pet installations jumper link Alarm Relay • Form A, SPST, 90mA @ 16VDC with 15-Ohm protective resistor Input Voltage • 8-16 VDC (Voltage reversal makes PIR inoperative) Aurora PIR MOTION SENSOR SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Pet Immune Lens coverage pattern Current • 4mA (standby) • 4mA nom. (alarm, LED disabled) WIDE ANGLE • 10mA nom. (alarm, LED enabled) (All current nominal at 12VDC) Operating Temp • 14° F to 122° F (-10° C to +50° C) Operating Humidity • Up to 95% RH (max.), non-condensing Dimensions • 2.9" W x 4.1" H x 1.5" D (60mm x 104mm x 38mm) (max protrusion) ORDERING AURORA PIR Motion Sensor AURORA-T Aurora with Tamper AURORA-PK Six-pack of Auroras For more information: www.honeywell.com/security/hsc Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell Security & Communications 2 Corporate Center Dr. Suite 100 P.O. Box 9040 Melville, NY 11747 1.800.467.5875 www.honeywell.com L/AURORA/D December 2010 © 2010 Honeywell International Inc.