The Ex-Mo Hazardous Area Motion Sensor is a microwave motion sensor that can transmit a control signal to hazardous area equipment such as overhead and bulkhead lighting, so that it is only turned on when motion is detected in the area.

As a result of this, operators gain multiple benefits:

  • Safety: No need to manually activate lighting and other hazardous area equipment, reducing the risk of human error.
  • Energy: Hazardous area equipment is automatically turned off when nobody is in the area, reducing carbon footprints.
  • Cost: Less energy consumption reduces utility bills and less demand on equipment can reduce long-term maintenance costs.

The Ex-Mo Hazardous Area Motion Sensor was created and is manufactured by Cable Systems and is distributed throughout the Europe and Africa regions by A2S Advanced Safety Solutions.

Ex-Mo can operate on a variety of power supplies including 110V/230V alternating current and factory option 12V/24V direct current, with a 12V/24V control input that bypasses the detection sensor when required.

It incorporates an ambient light level sensor, allowing Ex-Mo to be configured to start at different light levels, and uses the Doppler principle for directional, focused detection over an average of about 20 metres.

To find out more or to enquire about the ‘try before you buy’ option, visit the Ex-Mo Motion Sensor website or make an enquiry with Cable Systems.