Legrand Care International


Motion sensor with Intelligent Door Alarm (IDA)
  • Easy installation and operation

  • Easy battery replacement

  • Early motion detection

  • Person-centred care

  • Intelligent Door Alarm (IDA)

Ne pir II 1000x1000
Radio Transmitters

Monitors movements and doors

The wireless motion detector with intelligent door alarm PIR II detects the inactivity of persons and can also reliably register as a door alarm whether a person has left a room or not.

Features and functions

Reassurance 24 hours a day
  • Calling for help in case of unusual period of inactivity.
  • Increases safety and optimizes costs by improving the service efficiency.
Easy installation and operation
  • Floor or wall mounting options.
  • Intelligent Door Alarm (IDA), all functions in one single device.
  • Accessible on/off switch, which can be disabled.
Person-centred care
  • Early motion detection when the user is trying to get out of bed.
  • It promotes personalized services to improve quality of life.
Battery management
  • Regular and automatic battery level measurement.
  • Easy battery replacement.
Ne pir II white 1000x1000

The motion detector with intelligent door alarm

The PIR II motion detector monitors an apartment for the presence of persons or registers their movement, just like a burglar alarm system. For example, it detects the inactivity of persons and triggers a passive alarm. If there is no activity within a pre-programmed period of time, an alarm is sent to the connected home emergency call system such as NOVO. To indicate that the alarm has been received by the home emergency call system, the LED of PIR II changes from red to green.

Motion detector for monitoring bedridden persons

PIR II is therefore suitable for monitoring bedridden persons, for example, who are at risk of falling when getting up or need help getting up. PIR II can also trigger an alarm if the patient gets out of bed at night.

Intelligent door alarm with programmable input and output delay

PIR II is also equipped with a door sensor and enables doors to be monitored via an intelligent door alarm. This makes it possible to reliably determine whether the person has left a room or not. For example, the system can distinguish whether a person has left the room or whether the person is only looking out the door. In the latter case, no alarm is triggered. This also applies if a person or a caregiver enters the room. The nurse has up to 15 seconds to leave the room without triggering an alarm.

In addition, PIR II can also be configured so that the resident can leave a room for a short time without triggering an alarm, e.g. to fetch the newspaper or empty the mailbox. Staff also have up to 15 seconds to leave the room without triggering an alarm.

    Great advantages


    PIR II sends an inactivity alarm when it has not detected any motion during a programmable period of time.


    The sensitivity of the sensor can be adjusted to fit the movement patterns of each individual. Out of bed: PIR II is especially useful for users at risk of falling when they get out of bed or those users who need assistance to get out of bed.

    Door monitoring: IDA (Intelligent Door Alarm)

    It is a new, innovative feature in the PIR II by the integration of a door sensor; it is useful for monitoring if the user has stayed at home or gone out. If the system knows that the user is still at home, it does not send any alarm. This avoids unnecessary alarms and work for service providers caused by users peeking out of the door. It is also possible to allow the user to leave the room for a short errand, e.g. fetching the newspaper, without triggering an alarm.

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