Re: PIR Motion sensor delay question
Does it mean that if the sensitivity is at max, the PIR is in the 'non-trigerring' mode?
In which case, having maximum sensitivity makes the sensor to stay on (HIGH) while multiple movements are detected, isn't it essentially delaying the response time of the sensor?
I am not so sure how these two dials -- sensitivity and time, work together or affect each other.
So, if I want to make the sensor very sensitive with the shortest delay, I would naturally think that the sensitivity dial set to max. and time dial to minimum. But given the explanation, that causes more delay. Should the sensitivity dial set to minimum and time dial to minimum as well, then?
Sorry, if I sound so obtuse. I appreciate your kind assistance.