Congratulations on your purchase of the Motorola Wireless Motion Sensor (WMS). Your sensor uses a heat/motion
detector to scan a field 90 degrees wide up to a range of approximately 20 feet. This enables you to secure an area,
regardless of day or night, rain or shine. This Quick Start Guide describes how to set up and troubleshoot your
Wireless Motion Sensor.
Using Your Motion Sensor
interact with other system devices
The WMS can report detected events or
when motion is detected to record the
event. Positioning is critical in the mounting of your WMS, particularly if used in conjunction with a Motorola
homsight™ Video Camera to record triggered events. Using your computer and the Wireless System Controller, you
locally manage your home environment from your PC with the Motorola homesight™ software. When configured, the
system can notify you of any new events by sending you an e-mail. An event is defined as movement in the field
covered by the heat /motion sensor.
How It Works
The Wireless Motion Sensor can communicate with the Wireless System Controller to a distance of up to 60 feet
indoors, and 200 feet outdoors. It can detect heat/motion within a field of 90 degrees horizontally. If armed,
heat/motion triggers an event that is communicated wirelessly back to the Wireless System Controller, which in turn
sends event information back to your PC.