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 How does a motion detector work?

Answer No it will not, Most motion detectors (for alarm systems) are passive infrared, they do not detect through glass or walls, They basically detect changes in temp.
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How to Make a Motion Detector?

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Who made the motion detector?

Motion detectors are any contraptions, including a line of string, that signal the presence of motion by moving or responding. Léon Theremin, a Russian inventor, was the first person to develop th... Read More »
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What is a motion detector?

A motion detector is a device that can detect movement within its field. The movement can trigger a door opening, like when grocery store doors open, or sound an alarm or signal lights to come on w... Read More »
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Who invented the motion detector?

Leon Theremin was the Russian inventor of the motion detector. In the 1920s, Theremin created a device containing a sensor that could identify when a body approached. Theremin used this motion dect... Read More »
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