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What is the difference between the standard type and the slight motion type?

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Issued:
Dec 28th, 2009
Updated:
May 17th, 2013

What is the difference between the standard type and the slight motion type?

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In general the standard type is for detection of large-scale motion, such as a person walking. The slight motion type is for small-scale movement such as slight movements of the hands or head of a person sitting. When you need uniform detection sensitivity over a wide, far-reaching area, use the standard type. When you need to detect people that are sitting and barely move such as in a conference room or office, or people that move only slightly, use the slight motion type.
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