Our motion sensor is designed to detect movement in a room and transmit a radio signal to a lifeline home unit

How does it work?

The motion sensor 869 is a Passive infrared (PIR) based sensor which is designed to detect movement in a room and transmit a radio signal to a lifeline home unit or other Tunstall telecare enabled systems.

It has been specifically designed for care applications where it is important to avoid detecting a user who may be on the floor following a fall (fall zone feature). This means that movement is not reported and ensures an inactivity alarm can be generated by the Lifeline home unit or other Tunstall telecare enabled systems.

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Who is it for?

Motion Sensor activity monitoring is ideal for anyone currently using a Tunstall system and also people with medical conditions such as dementia, epilepsy or diabetes.


  • 5m x 5m detection
  • Fall zone – if the user has fallen on the floor and is moving around, the sensor will not detect moment.  The Motion Sensor will need to be positiond on the wall between 1m-1.2m above the ground
  • Simple installation and sensor can be installed flat against the wall or in a corner
  • Simple battery replacement without the need to remove the sensor from the wall


  • Fast PIR detection to send a transmission every 30 seconds, when continuous movement is detected
  • Walk test mode – 3 minutes of LED flashing every time movement is detected to show the PIR is working properly
  • Can be configured to operate in Auto Low Battery mode or Auto Presence to transmit the status of the Motion Sensor
  • Transmission to CAT 1 radio receiver – ensuring that signals from the sensors are received for ultimate reliability, essential where life-critical solution are used
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