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Lighting of rooms can also be controlled using a PIR detector implemented in the design of the electrical installation elements of the C-RQ-0600R-PIR. The module can further be fitted with a temperature sensor (on request), and another temperature sensor (e.g. the floor temperature sensor) or a binary input signal can be connected. It it is requested by the customer, the temperature sensor can be replaced with a combined temperature and relative humidity sensor.

The PIR sensor is designed as a spherical cap with 24 mm in diameter. It is usually mounted in the centre of the selected cover, with the temperature sensor below.

The PIR sensor has a range of about 5-7 meters, the detection angle is about 60 ° - the closer to the sensor, the greater is the angle, and with the distance it decreases.

It is usually placed at the same height as standard controls (switches) - e.g. 130 cm.

When the sensor is mounted on the ceiling that is 240 cm high, the coverage is approx. circular and its diameter on the ground is about 5 m.

The sensor must be positioned in accordance with the principles applicable for the location of PIR detectors; it is intended only for indoor spaces and great temperature changes can have a negative impact on the function of the sensor.

The sensor needs about 60 seconds for stabilizing after being switched on, and in this time there should be no movement in its field of view.


Fig. 1. The C-RQ-0600R-PIR module



  1. The module in the figure is fitted with a PIR detector and a temperature sensor.


Fig. 2. Connecting the module C-RQ-0600R-PIR including the interior wiring



  1. The C-RQ-0600R-PIR module consists of two parts, which are supplied already connected – see the figure.

  2. The terminals at both ends of the C-RQ-0600S module are shown in the bottom right corner of the picture.