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HangarBot Motion Sensor

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Part# 11-19081
MFR Model# HB-S-PR-2206


Why do I need this?
Used to keeping your hangar door open for a long period of time while waiting for fuel delivery? Going out of town and want to ensure your property is protected from trespassers? Keep your hangar safely secured from unwanted guests when you use your HangarBot Motion Sensor.

Paired with any Hub, the Motion Sensor can be placed anywhere throughout your hangar to provide the ultimate security and awareness. Youíll be alerted on your smartphone every time thereís activity within 20 feet of your hangar with our HangarBot Mobile App.

How is Hangarbot different?
The Motion Sensor is a Passive Infrared (PIR) sensor used to detect motion up to 20 feet (6m) away.

The lens allows for a ceiling mount visibility of 360-degree oval or 100 degrees when wall mounted. Set automations such as turning on the lights if motion is detected. The HangarBot Motion Sensor is the perfect add-on to the HangarBot All-in-One Security Solution or on its own (HangarBot Hub required).


  • Supply Voltage: 3.3VDC to 5.75VDC
  • Detection Type: Single or Dual Pulse
  • Detection Distance: Up to 20 feet
  • Outputs: Digital (single pulse), Analog (dual pulse)
  • Dimensions: (W x D x H) 2.25" x 1.5" x 1.25"
  • 6' cable


  • Pick a base station: HangarBot 4G Hub (I donít have Wi-Fi in my hangar) or HangarBot Hardwire Hub (I have Wi-Fi in my hangar)
  • Smartphone running iOS 9 or higher or Android 4.1 or higher
  • FREE HangarBot Mobile App (Latest Version)
  • Cellular Data Plan or pre-existing Wi-Fi connection



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