Motion Sensor Wiring Diagram:

This diagram shows how to make a motion sensor wiring diagram. In this circuit diagram, we use a DP MCB ( Double Pole Miniature Circuit Braker ), 2 switches, 2 room lights, and an Air conditioner. First, we need to input power to DP MCB, then from MCB to Motion Sensor, and from the motion sensor to Switch and switch to light then another switch to the air conditioner. Now, this circuit is ready for use please check our youtube video for more information.

Diagram of Motion Sensor Wiring:

Motion Sensor Wiring Diagram

Components needed For this Project:

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  1. DP MCB [See Buy Click Amazon]
  2. Motion Sensor [See Buy Click Amazon]
  3. Switch [See Buy Click Amazon]
  4. Air Conditioner [See Buy Click Amazon]
  5. Light [See Buy Click Amazon]

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Components used to make the Motion Sensor Wiring:

01. DP MCB:

DP MCB In Two Pole MCB, switching & protection is affected in phases and the neutral. A Double Pole or DP Switch is a Switch that Controls two Circuits at the same time. In terms of Residential Switching, this Normally means it Switches the live and Neutral at the same time. In Layperson Terms, Double Pole switches or DP Switches are Exclusively Designed to Control two Different Electrical Circuits at the same time, which allows the Appliances to Isolate in a safe and reliable manner. Fan or light Combinations and Medical Equipment are some of the many applications for DP Electrical Switches.

02. Motion Sensor:

Photocells and Motion Sensors are Electronic Devices you can use to Manage Indoor or Outdoor Lighting. The Main Difference Between Photocells and Motion Sensors is that the Former Detects change in light Levels, and The Latter React to Physical Movement. Movement in the Detection area Changes the Reflected Signals and Activates the Sensor. They also save Energy by Turning Themselves off when Light is Unnecessary. Many Motion Sensors use a Combination of Detection Methods to Provide enhanced Coverage and eliminate false positives. The adjustable timers built into some Sensors let you Control how long the Attached Lights Remain Active after it Detects Motion.

03. Switch:

Two Way Switch has three wire connection system. It is a type of switch that has three wire connections. And it really has no off or on. Both sides can be turned on or off depending on how you connect one to the other. The connection of the two-way switch is different. If you use it as a changer, then put the load in the middle one and two separate lines in the upper and lower ones. A two-way switch is a type of multiway switch. Multiway switches have more points and can be controlled in multiple ways simultaneously.

04. Air Conditioner:

The Indoor Unit is What you Will typically Find Mounted on a Wall, While the Outdoor Unit is Mounted Either on an Exterior wall or Placed at the Ground Level. The Outdoor Unit Will typically be in a Slab of Concrete. This Unit is Where the Heat is Expelled From the House. After the Indoor Unit Pulls The Heat and Moisture From The air Inside your Home, it Transfers The Heat via The Refrigerant to the outdoor unit. Cooler Temperatures, and lower humidity. With all Air Conditioning Components Located Outside, you Can keep cool With a Virtually Invisible, Silent System.

05. Light:

CFL stands for Compact Fluorescent Lamp which is an improved version of tube lights of earlier days. Like tube lights, it is a vacuum glass tube with fluorescent powder coating which is not as long and straight as tube lights but curved/twisted compact, or small in size. Like a tube light, it has electrodes or filaments at both ends. But in this case, instead of a choke, there is an electronic circuit that drives the Compact Fluorescent Lamp. Because the red wave is less in the light of the Tubelight and Compact Fluorescent Lamp, the object looks a little pale or the correct color of the object does not appear.

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