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Outdoor Wave-to-Open Sensor – Slimline – English

Model Number: SD-9163-KSQ
The ENFORCER Outdoor Wave-to-Open Sensor is a full-featured exit plate which uses IR technology to allow egress from a protected area or activate a device with the simple wave of a hand. Since no touch is required, this sensor is suitable for use in hospitals, clinics, labs, cleanrooms (to reduce the risk of contamination), schools, factories, or offices.

 
  • Adjustable sensor range up to 7" (18cm)
  • Weatherproof (IP65) for outdoor use*
  • Stainless steel plate
  • 1.2A relay, adjustable trigger duration 0.8~30 seconds or toggle
  • LED illuminated sensor area for easy identification
  • Selectable LED colors (turns from red to green or green to red) to show sensor activated
​*when properly installed

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

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Type "Wave-To-Open" Request-to-Exit Plates with Adjustable Delay Timer, for Outdoor Use
Current Draw Standby- 16mA@12VDC / 25mA@24VDC, Triggered- 25mA@12VDC / 32mA@24VDC
Sensing Range 2"~7" (5~18cm)
Operating Voltage 12~24 VDC
Reaction time 10mS
LEDs - Red Standby (Colors are reversible.)
LEDs - Green Triggered (Colors are reversible.)
Relay Type Form C dry contact
Output Time 0.5~30 s, toggle
Switching Capacity 1.2A@24VDC
Operating Temperature -4°~131° F (-20°~55° C)
Dimensions 4-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" (115 x 39 x 39 mm)
Weight 61g
Enclosure Weatherproof IP65
Sensor is triggering unintentionally.
  • ENFORCER Outdoor Wave-to-Open Sensors can be used either indoors or outdoors. However, due to infrared technology limitations, it is recommended that a hood or shield be used when installing outdoors to shield the sensor from direct light (sunlight, reflections from shiny objects, etc.). Direct light may cause the sensor to trigger unintentionally.