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If you are looking for a device that detects motion, you can find it at LucasLED. We offer various accessories that serve this purpose, including 3-mode LED light controllers with infrared induction detector, LED light controllers with pyroelectric sensors, recessed ceiling-mounted PIR motion detectors, recessed wall-mounted microwave motion sensors, and round PIR infrared motion sensors designed for ceiling mounting. Depending on the environment in which you plan to install a motion sensor, you can choose between options that differ in their technical specification, such as power, motion detection range, sensor working angle or technology used to make the sensor work. As IP rating of the motion sensors available in our store does not ensure protection from water, it is recommended to install them indoors. 
The basic difference between microwave sensors and PIR sensors is that the former operate on the basis of the phenomenon of electromagnetic radiation (i.e. emission and reception of electromagnetic waves) and are thus more sensitive to even very small movements whereas the latter react to temperature changes in the surrounding environment. Both technologies offer a lot of advantages and contribute to the increased sense of security and greater convenience of using them, for example thanks to the possibility of adjusting time settings or motion detection range. Owing to the availability of such varied products, you can easily find the option that best meets your needs. 

If you are looking for a device that detects motion, you can find it at LucasLED. We offer various accessories that serve this purpose, including 3-mode LED light controllers with infrared induction detector, LED light controllers with pyroelectric sensors, recessed ceiling-mounted PIR motion detectors, recessed wall-mounted microwave motion sensors, and round PIR infrared motion sensors designed for ceiling mounting. Depending on the environment in which you plan to install a motion sensor, you can choose between options that differ in their technical specification, such as power, motion detection range, sensor working angle or technology used to make the sensor work. As IP rating of the motion sensors available in our store does not ensure protection from water, it is recommended to install them indoors. 
The basic difference between microwave sensors and PIR sensors is that the former operate on the basis of the phenomenon of electromagnetic radiation (i.e. emission and reception of electromagnetic waves) and are thus more sensitive to even very small movements whereas the latter react to temperature changes in the surrounding environment. Both technologies offer a lot of advantages and contribute to the increased sense of security and greater convenience of using them, for example thanks to the possibility of adjusting time settings or motion detection range. Owing to the availability of such varied products, you can easily find the option that best meets your needs. 

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