The TAKEX MS-100E is an indoor / outdoor motion sensor that can be integrated with video surveillance systems, burglar alarms, lighting systems, and home automation applications. The housing of the MS-100E is weatherproof so it can be used as an outdoor PIR motion detector. CCTV Camera Pros is a factory authorized distributor for TAKEX. We have thoroughly tested this product with the HD DVRs, analog CCTV DVRs, and IP cameras that we supply. It works great! The NO / NC alarm output of the MS-100E can be connected to an alarm input port of a surveillance DVR or IP camera. Motion detection can be used to trigger events such as security camera recording, audible sirens, email, and mobile push message alerts.
This PIR sensor can be configured for wide angle, horizontal curtain, vertical curtain and long range motion detection for day and night applications. The PIR optics work up to 180° and are on a rotatable swivel which allows the unit to be installed in almost any position. It can be wall mounted vertically or mounted horizontally as a door sensor.
Outdoor Motion Sensor Features
- Weatherproof for Indoor / Outdoor Installation
- Passive Infrared Detection System
- Long Range Motion Detection - Up to 20 Meters / 60 Feet
- 180° Sensor Head Rotates
- Dry Contact Relay Output - NO / NC Select-able
- Separate Dry Contact Tamper Detection NC Signal
- Day and Night Motion Detection
- Vertical and Horizontal Mounting Supported
- Acceptable Power Supply Voltage 10.5V DC to 28V DC
- Power Consumption 30mA or less
- Includes 12V DC Power Supply
PIR Motion Sensor Integration with CCTV DVR
The MS-100E can be integrated with analog and
HD security camera systems. The above image shows how to connect the motion detector to an
iDVR-PRO CCTV DVR. The alarm outputs of the PIR sensor are connected to alarm input port #1 on the DVR. We have also tested the MS-100E with our iDVR-E surveillance DVRs. These sensors can also be used with NUUO PC based DVRs, Geovision PC based DVRs and any other type of DVR that accepts a dry contact NO / NC type of input.
You can learn
how to wire a motion sensor to the iDVR-PRO surveillance DVR here. Instructions also show how to configure the DVR to take one or more actions based on the alarm triggered by the motion sensor. Some actions that can be taken are recording, buzzer, video pop-up, email alert, FTP image upload, and move PTZ camera to preset location.
Motion Detector Wiring
The MS-100E is simple to install. The above wiring diagram shows the screw terminals that are used to wire the motion sensor to other devices using 18 gauge cable or 22 gauge cable from CAt5 for example. The power terminals can be connected to a DC power supply between 10.5 and 28V DC. CCTV Camera Pros offers an optional 12V DC transformer. The dry contact alarm output terminals can be connected to the alarm input ports of devices such as burglar alarms, surveillance DVRs, network IP cameras, lights, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Etc. The dry contact tamper detection terminals can be connected to the same types of devices.
Motion Detector Integration with IP Camera
The MS-100E can be connected to
network IP cameras that have digital alarm input ports. CCTV Camera Pros has tested this PIR sensor with the following IP camera brands: Zavio, Geovision, Vivotek. Please note that only certain IP camera models have digital alarm ports. If you have any questions about this, please contact us.
CCTV Camera Pros recently installed two MS-100E motion detectors at a site in the mountains near Boulder, Colorado. One motion detector was mounted on each side of the pole that is pictured above. The one that is visible in the picture is used to provide security for this old bus that was rehabilitated into the ultimate mountain hang-out. The sensor on the opposite site of the pole (not visible) is used to detect motion from wildlife entering the area so the property owners can review footage of animals that come into the area.
Here is a view of the bus from the camera and motion sensor's perspective. The motion sensor detects motion in this entire area (including the 3 bus entrances). When motion is detected, a signal is sent the the DVR that the cameras are connected to. Recording is triggered on the DVR and the owners are sent an email alert.
You can read more about this project and see additional pictures in this blog post.