Aurora Data Sheet

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.
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