Bosch ISC-BPR2-W12 Blue Line Gen2 PIR Motion Detector

BH #BOISCBPR2W12 • MFR #ISC-BPR2-W12
Bosch ISC-BPR2-W12 Blue Line Gen2 PIR Motion Detector
Key Features
  • Built-In PIR Motion Sensor
  • Two Fresnel Lenses for Accurate Images
  • 94° Field of View
  • 40 x 40' Coverage Area
Featuring two Fresnel lenses, the ISC-BPR2-W12 Blue Line Gen2 PIR Motion Detector from Bosch provides accurate motion detection within its wide, 94° field of view. It covers a large 40 x 40' area with its 77-zone, 7-layer pattern lookdown lens and features up to three selectable lookdown zones.

First Step Processing (FSP) technology analyzes motion, limiting false alarms. For increased reliability, the detector's sensitivity is automatically adjusted based on signal amplitude, polarity, slope, and timing. The detector also adjusts its sensitivity to compensate for weather, ensuring accurate operation in varying weather conditions. Installation is quick with its self-locking enclosure and built-in bubble level.

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can this be wired?

can this be wired?
Asked by: Dave
Yes, this needs to be wired. It cannot be wireless.
Answered by: Zev
Date published: 2021-07-14

what is the input voltage of this device and can ...

what is the input voltage of this device and can it be wired to control 3DC Volts ?
Asked by: Joseph
The Bosch ISC-BPR2-W12 featues: Current: Alarm/Standby: 10 mA at 12 VDC Operating Voltage: 9-15 VDC
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2022-05-23

Hi guys, My pad says that I have a fault number 2 ...

Hi guys, My pad says that I have a fault number 2 which means battery of the sensor is low. I removed it to change the battery, however I can not locate the battery. Is there even one? Any idea to help? Cheers
Asked by: Benoit
This is a hard wired motion sensor, there is no battery. My suggestion is to contact the Alarm installer. Low battery can be the backup battery on your panel. or an RF alarm sensor.
Answered by: Adam
Date published: 2020-11-05
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