The Dado Motion Sensor is an advanced automatic/motorized door control using a thermal array sensor that can monitor an area to watch for motion. The area for one ceiling mount sensor to watch is divided into 4x4=16 zones. Each zone is approximately 20" x 20" depending on the height of the sensor from the floor. One or more zones can be programmed as triggers for motion detection to allow for very specific and precise control, while ignoring motion in other zones. An alternative mode of detection can determine the direction of the person traveling, and can trigger the door only under specific directional traffic. The Motion Sensor LCD Programming Display can mount on a wall in any area that is convenient to access for programming. The actual sensors are very small and mount on the ceiling over the area to scan for motion. The system can be sold as a single or dual sensor system, and one LCD Programmer screen can control two main ceiling sensors, one on each side of the automated door. In addition to the two main ceiling sensors, a third Safety Sensor (using a 1x8 grid) can mount above the door aimed directly at the floor to determine if the door is obstructed.
The Dado LCD Touch Screen is a touch panel with graphics for toggling an automatic door open or closed, incremental control left or right, and a "privacy lock" feature to restrict access from the other side as needed. The graphic display can be swapped at any time to display a numeric keypad for code access. There is a built in hand wave sensor so that the user can operate the door by waving a hand over the screen within 6".
The Dado LCD Touch Screen with Fingerprint Sensor is a touch panel with numeric keypad for code entry and an optional fingerprint access sensor. The module will allow up to 1000 fingerprints to be entered. Upon enrolling a new fingerprint, the owner can keep track of the fingerprint number assigned to that user in the internal database, and in the future that specific fingerprint number can be deleted.
The Dado Hand Wave Sensor is small module that allows the user to wave a hand over the faceplate within 6" to control an automatic door.