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ANTENNAS

Pyroelectric Infrared Sensor and Fresnel lens

DP-001 Digital Motion Detector Module

DP-002 Digital Motion Detector Module

Digital direction sensing motion detector

Motion detector module

Motion detector kit 

How IR motion detector components work

Focusing devices for pyroelectric sensors

RIR Reflective Infrared devices  

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Electronic Kits and Modules

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A Glolab KIT consists of a PC board and parts that must be mounted on the board and soldered in place by a user. A manual with assembly instructions, schematic diagram and physical layout diagram is included with a kit. Other user supplied parts may be required in order for a kit to perform a specific function after it is assembled.

A Glolab MODULE is a wired and tested device that is intended for use as a component of a user designed project or assembly. Other user supplied components are required to make a module perform a desired function. Some Glolab kits and modules are not RoHS compliant.

Glolab does not sell software. All software in kits, modules and also in custom programmed microprocessors is the property of Glolab Corporation.

Click on a kit or module for a description. Schematic diagrams and parts lists can be downloaded in PDF.

FOUR CHANNEL TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER KITS

KTS418      KRS418            

Basic four channel transmitter and receiver kits for remote control applications. Kits include the minimum number of parts required to build a wireless system. Kits do not include battery connector or power source.

KTS418 TRANSMITTER KIT  $25.95

KRS418 RECEIVER KIT  $32.95

25.4mm  X  35.56mm

30.48mm  X  43.18mm

1.0"  x 1.4"

1.2"  x 1.7"


FOUR CHANNEL TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER MODULES

MT1823        MR4B          

Send data bits one at a time or up to four at the same time. Receiver outputs can be either latched or momentary. Latched outputs can be reset from the transmitter or receiver. MR4B has relay outputs with SPDT contacts rated 5 amperes @ 30 VDC and has LEDs to indicate when data is being received. Assembled modules; good for OEM applications.

 

MT1823 TRANSMITTER MODULE   $36.95

 

 MR4B RECEIVER MODULE   $79.95

25.4mm  X  45.72mm

 

60.96mm  X  66.04mm

1.0"  X   1.8"

 

2.4"  X   2.6"

     

4 and 16 data channels to control:

  • Machinery
  • Special effects
  • Industrial process
  • Remote security cameras
  • Robots

ANTENNAS

For 418 MHz wireless modules

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MOTION DETECTOR PARTS

Pyroelectric Infrared Sensor

Infrared Fresnel lens


These new modules have high sensitivity, fast response and high immunity to false triggering due to electrical noise. PC boards are gold plated. All components are specified as RoHS compliant and are soldered to boards with lead free solder.

DP-003A  

DIGITAL PYROELECTRIC INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR  MODULE

TOP VIEW

   FRONT VIEW

 BACK VIEW

0.65" X 0.65"
16.5mm X 16.5mm

 

Miniature micropower motion detector module uses a digital pyroelectric infrared sensor to detect a moving human or animal, operates on 4 to 15 volts and can directly drive a LED or relay. This module can be used with a Fresnel lens or other types of lens.


 DP-001A

DIGITAL PYROELECTRIC INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR  MODULE

MINIATURE

   FRONT VIEW

 BACK VIEW

3/4" X 3/8"
19mm X 9.6mm

 

Miniature micropower motion detector module uses a digital pyroelectric infrared sensor to detect a moving human or animal, operates on 4 to 15 volts and can directly drive a LED or relay. This module can be used with a FL40 or FL65 Fresnel lens or other types of lens.


  DP-002A

DIGITAL PYROELECTRIC INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR  MODULE

 

   

   SENSOR VIEW

 COMPONENT VIEW

0.5 inch X 0.7 inch
12.7mm X .17.8mm

 

Micro-miniature micropower motion detector module with a digital pyroelectric infrared sensor, operates on 3 to 5 volts at only 40 microamperes from battery or regulated power source and can source and sink 25 milliamperes. This module can be used with a FL40 or FL65 Fresnel lens or other types of lens.


4PH, 4 pin header, 0.025 inch square pins, 0.1 inch spacing

for use with DP-002


   DP-005

DIGITAL DIRECTION SENSING PYROELECTRIC INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR

The DP-005 is completely assembled with enclosure and lens. Only an external battery or other power source is required. Photo shows the   DP-005 size compared to a 9V battery (not included).

Direction sensing motion detector uses dual digital pyroelectric infrared sensors to detect  the direction of movement of a human or animal. It has two outputs; one for each direction. The DP-005 operates on 4.5 to 15 volts and can directly drive LEDs or relays.


GLMDA INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR KIT

TOP VIEW OF ASSEMBLED KIT

BOTTOM VIEW OF ASSEMBLED KIT

60.96mm X 43.18mm X 22.86mm

2.4" X 1.7" X 0.9"

Kit contains printed circuit board and all board mounted parts to build a general purpose motion detector. This is a kit. Parts must be assembled and soldered.


 

Blank printed circuit board without components.

GLMDPCB board. This is the PC board that is used in the GLMDA motion detector kit.



GCT1 INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR CAMERA TRIGGER MODULE

 

   TOP VIEW

 BOTTOM VIEW

50.8mm X 50.8mm X 17.78mm
2.0" X 2.0" X 0.7"


 

Motion detector camera trigger module uses a pyroelectric infrared sensor to detect a moving human or animal. This module is designed to be used with a FL65 Fresnel lens but can also be used with other types of lens.


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