Wave-To-Open Sensor with Manual Override Button – Spanish

The ENFORCER Wave-To-Open Sensors use IR technology to request egress from a protected area or activate a device with the simple wave of a hand. Since no touch is required, this sensor is ideal for use in hospitals, clinics, labs, cleanrooms (to reduce the risk of contamination), schools, factories, or offices. The SD-927PKC-NSVQ adds a manual override button.

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  • ETL, Conforms to UL Std. 294
  • Dual voltage, 12~24 VAC/VDC
  • Range adjustable from 2-3/8″~8″ (6~20 cm)
  • Stainless steel single-gang plate
  • 3A relay, adjustable from 0.5~30 sec, toggle, or as long as hand is near the sensor
  • LED illuminated sensor area for easy identification
  • Quick connect screw-less terminal block
  • Selectable LED colors (turns from red to green or green to red) when activated
  • Adds manual override button as a backup to the sensor
Operating voltage 12~24 VAC/VDC
Current Draw 120mA@12VDC
Relay type Form C dry contact, 3A@24VDC
Override button Switching capacity: 3A@24VDC
Mechanical life: 500,000 cycles
Response time 10ms
LEDs Standby: Red
Triggered: Green
Output duration Adjustable, 0.5~30 sec., toggle, or as long as sensor is triggered
Sensing range Adjustable, 2-3/8″~8″ (6-20 cm)
Destructive attack level Level I
Line security  Level I
Endurance level  Level IV
Standby power  Level I
Operating Temperature -4°~131° F (-20°~55° C)
Dimensions 4-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ x 1-5/16″ (115 x 70 x 33.5 mm)
Weight 3.9-oz (110g)

Product Information Sheet (PI)





  1. Check that nothing is remaining in range of the sensor including a cone of 60º from the centerline.
  2. Reduce the IR range of the sensor.
  3. Ensure that the sensor’s output duration potentiometer is not turned to maximum
  4. Check that the power voltage is within the sensor’s specifications.


  1. Ensure that no strong direct or reflected light source is reaching the sensor.
  2. Ensure that sensor is sheltered from direct sunlight.


  1. Increase the IR range of the sensor.
  2. Check that the power voltage is within the sensor’s specifications.
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