Single Beam Infrared Sensor for Automatic Doors
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Single Beam Infrared Sensor for Automatic Doors

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  • Product SKU: KG1000
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A Single Beam Infrared Sensor for Automatic Doors is a specialized sensor used in automatic door systems to detect the presence of objects or individuals in the path of the door. It employs an infrared (IR) beam to determine if an obstruction is preventing the door from closing or if someone is approaching it.

Here's an overview of how it works and its typical applications:

Transmitter and Receiver: The system consists of two main components: an IR transmitter and an IR receiver. The transmitter emits a focused beam of infrared light, while the receiver is designed to receive the IR light.

Beam Interruption: The transmitter sends out a continuous or modulated IR beam toward the receiver. When no obstruction is present, the receiver continuously detects the emitted IR light.

Detection of Obstruction: If an object or person enters the path between the transmitter and receiver, it interrupts the IR beam. This interruption is immediately detected by the receiver.

Output Signal: The Single Beam Infrared Sensor provides an output signal to indicate whether the IR beam is continuously received or interrupted. When the beam is interrupted, the sensor typically sends a signal indicating an obstruction.

Common Applications:

Automatic Doors: These sensors are widely used in automatic door systems, such as sliding doors, swing doors, or revolving doors, to prevent the door from closing on people or objects.

Access Control Systems: They are used in access control applications to trigger the opening or closing of doors in response to a person's approach or presence.

Usage Considerations:

Alignment: Proper alignment of the transmitter and receiver is crucial for accurate detection. They should be positioned to ensure a clear and unobstructed path for the IR beam.

Mounting Height and Angle: Consider the optimal mounting height and angle for the sensor to effectively detect approaching individuals or objects.

Range: Choose a sensor with an appropriate range to cover the desired detection area. Some models may offer adjustable sensitivity or range settings.

Power Supply: Ensure that the sensor receives the correct voltage (e.g., 12V) and power supply as specified in its documentation.

Weather Protection: If the sensor is installed outdoors, it may require weatherproofing to protect it from environmental conditions.

Testing and Calibration: After installation, it's important to test and calibrate the sensor to ensure it reliably detects obstructions or approaching individuals.
This is an infrared sensor kit, which is used to automate the door opening and closing at any place. The sensor comes in two parts a transmitter and a receiver. The sensor works on the principle of infrared radiation which means if the infrared beam from the transmitter is broken then the receiver will activate the output.

Technical Details

  • Operating Voltage (VDC): 12 ~ 24
  • Wavelength (nm): 940
  • Operating Temperature (°C): -20 to 70
  • Operating Distance Range (Meter): 20
  • Relay Capacity: 1A@30V

Physical Attribute

  • L X W X H (MM): 76 X 49.2 X 21.6
  • Weight (gm): 34


  • High-Quality Enclosure to Protect the Sensor
  • Works On Infrared Technology
  • Can Work in Weather Conditions Like Fog, Rain, Dust, etc.
  • Easy to Install

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Package Includes

  • 1 x Single Beam Infrared Sensor for Automatic Doors
  • 1 x Pack of mounting hardware
  • 1 x User Manual

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