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Built-in Sensor

Built-in Sensor Selector Chart ...4

GS2 Sensor ...8

GS1 Sensor ... 11

NaPiCa Sensor ...15

MP Motion Sensor ‚NaPiOn‘ ...21

MA Motion Sensor ...29

Notes for Using Motion Sensor (Common) ...39

PS-A Pressure Sensor ...40

PS-A Pressure Sensor (Direct water pressure detection type) ...40

PS / PF Pressure Sensor ...50

Glossary of Common Terms for Pressure Sensors ...58

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Equipment sensors for improved comfort and convenience, safety and energy conservation

Motion Brightness Acceleration

Motion sensors that always detect your slightest movement

Making us more comfortable with energy efficient devices...Environmentally friendly, cadmium-free

Made possible by leading-edge MEMS technology, this acceleration sensor is ideal for automotive and mobile devices

 Cadmium-free.

 Built-in optical filter for spectral response similar to that of the human eye.

 Photocurrent is proportional to illumination. (linear output).

 Chip type that achieves miniaturization.

Light Sensor 2-axis GS2

1-axis GS1

Product name Peak sensitivity wave length Characteristics

Area reflective type

 Built-in amplifier for easy use.

 Detects even slight motion of a person.

 Digital output and analog output (with adjustable sensitivity) are available.

 Ideal for battery driven devices, a low current consumption type (46μA typ.) has also been added to the lineup.

 The sensors are ready for immediate use by simply connecting to a DC power supply.

The built-in oscillation circuit removes the need to input a start signal.

 Can be used with a number of different supply voltages.

1) 5V DC type

2) Free-ranging type (6.5 to 27V DC)

 These sensors can be used in adjacent positions and can save energy.

 Can be used with a number of different supply voltages.

1) 5V DC type

2) Free-ranging type (6.5 to 27V DC) MA Motion Sensor

MP Motion Sensor

Product name Detection method Type Characteristics

Standard type

Short type (H type) Thin short type (V type)

Middle type (H type)

Long type (H type) Long type (V type) Standard type Slight motion

detection type

Spot type

SMD type Through-hole type Chip type

10m detection type

Sensor Sensor

Passive infrared type

Detection distance 5 to 200cm

1.969 to 78.74inch

Detection distance 5 to 200cm

1.969 to 78.74inch Built-in

oscillation circuit type

External trigger type Detecting the heat (infrared rays) of the human body and other objects.

580nm 560nm (Chip type)

±2g

±1.5g

Detecting the presence of the human body (or another object) by the reflected beam of LED light from the sensor itself.

Black lens

White lens

Black lens

White lens

Black lens

White lens

Black lens

White lens Slight

motion detection type

Spot type

10m detection type

 High precision and high sensitivity.

 High reliability: Detection errors due to temperature fluctuation reduced to a minimum.

 Product lineup covers range of operating voltage and acceleration detection.

Product name Acceleration detection range Characteristics

*Digital output type only.

Motion Sensors

Light Sensors Acceleration Sensors

Light S e nsor M o tion S e nsor A c c e leration S e nsor

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Selector Chart

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Pressure

A wide range of rated pressure, including minute pressures Product name

Air

 Ultra-miniature Base area 7.2 (W) x 7.2 (D) mm .283 (W) x .283 (D) inch

 A wide range of rated pressure, including a minute pressure.

Pressure

medium Type (*Without glass base type)

Rated pressure

Terminal

direction Pressure inlet hole length

Bridge resistance

3.3kΩ

Characteristics

PS-A Pressure Sensor

PS-A Pressure Sensor (Direct water pressure detection type)

PS Pressure Sensor PF Pressure Sensor

Air

Air Water

 Low pressure type ideal for water level detection applications added to lineup.

 Compact pressure sensor with built-in amplification and temperature compensation circuit

 Not only air, now water pressure can be detected directly.

Rated pressure

*40kPa 98.1, 980.7kPa

(PS only)

3mm

5kΩ

Opposite the pressure inlet direction Opposite the pressure inlet direction

5mm

8mm 6mm dia.

5mm 3mm dia.

13.5mm 5.45mm dia.

±100, −100, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000 *40kPa

<Low pressure type>

6kPa

−19.6 to 49kPa

4.9, 14.7, 34.3,

*49.0, 98.1, 196.1, 343.2, 490.3, 833.6, 980.7 kPa Pressure

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Water level detection for washing machine PS-A Pressure Sensor (Low pressure type)

2-axis GS2 1-axis GS1 SMD type Through-hole type Chip type

Water level detection for bath

PS-A Pressure Sensor (Direct water pressure detection type)

PDA (LCD backlight)

Mobile phones (Keypad backlight) NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

Built-in sensor contributes to energy savings, safety, and comfort Providing sensors for various aspects of our lives

ON/OFF of exterior lighting NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

ON/OFF of door light NaPiOn (Motion detection) NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

ON/OFF of garage light NaPiOn

(Motion detection) NaPiCa

(Brightness detection)

Car navigation

NaPiCa (Brightness detection) 1-axis Acceleration Sensor (Inclination detection)

Occupancy detection, door opening/closing

Acceleration Sensors

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection) NaPiOn (Motion detection)

NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

Increased visibility of LCD TVs and personal computers.

Regular screen

Light turns off when surround- ings are bright.

Dim lighting when it gets dark.

Illumination at 100% when NaPiOn detects a person nearby.

Returns to dim lighting when person is gone.

Backlight dims when the room gets dark.

ON/OFF of bicycles light NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

Sphygmomanomater Pressure Sensor (Pressure detection)

ON/OFF of blinds NaPiCa (Brightness detection) Security camera NaPiOn/NaPiCa (Motion detection)

ON/OFF of corridor light NaPiCa (Brightness detection) NaPiOn (Motion detection) Brightness

detection of an electric wave clock NaPiCa (Brightness detection) Air conditioner NaPiOn (Motion detection)

When it gets light, the clock will set the correct time by reception of radio waves.

TICK

Normally, the keypad backlight is not needed.

When it gets dark, the keypad backlight turns on.

Acceleration

Light Sensors

Brightness

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Thin short type (V type)

Short type

(H type) PS-A

PS-A (Low pressure type)

PS PF

Middle type (H type)

Long type (H type)

Long type (V type) Standard

type Slight motion detection type

Spot type 10 m detection

type

PS-A (Direct water pressure

detection type) Automatic lighting

in conference room NaPiOn (Motion detection) NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

Customer detection for automated teller machine

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Trapezoidal compensation of LCD projectors 1-axis Acceleration Sensor

(Inclination detection)

Automatic toilet seat opening/closing

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection) NaPiOn (Motion detection)

Non-contact switch

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

ON/OFF of lighting NaPiOn (Motion detection)

Running machine MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Motion detection for instant photography machine NaPiOn (Motion detection) Automatic lighting for vending machine NaPiCa (Brightness detection) Permit dispenser for parking lot

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Security for parking lot NaPiOn (Motion detection) NaPiCa (Brightness detection)

ON/OFF of street light NaPiCa

(Brightness detection) Air bed

Pressure Sensor (Pressure detection)

Automatic door MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Sphygmomanomater Pressure Sensor (Pressure detection)

Automatic ticket gate MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Motion detection for ticket vending machine MA Motion Sensor (Position detection) Automatic

ventilation fan NaPiOn (Motion detection) Occupancy sensor

MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)

Motion Sensors

Motion

Pressure Sensors

Pressure

Color mode screen in the day.

Screen switches to night vision mode when it gets dark.

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