Mytech Occupancy Sensors


Mytech Motion Detectors

Updated 5/24/2012
Call or email Craig Maas to order or for more information.
Quantities limited to on hand: first come first serve.
Freight and terms apply.
Hubbell bought out Mytech and the model numbers have changed.

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We can also accept Purchase Orders from Schools, Institutions, or commercial firms. Call first for approval.

Qty Mytech Hubble Descriptions Grainger Our Price
1 DT2000 ATD2000C Ultrasonic & Infrared Occupancy Sensor,
2000 sq.ft. coverage 24 volt
241.75 115.00
4 US2000 ATU2000C Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor,
2000 sq.ft. coverage 24 volt
226.75 105.63
1 US1000 ATU1000C Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor,1000 sq.ft. coverage 24 volt 199.25 88.00
2 US500 ATU500C Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor,500 sq.ft. coverage 24 volt 164.50 48.75
16 MP120 CU300A Power Pack 120 volt for US and DT Sensors, 20 amp 59.20 24.95
0 MP277 CU300A Power Pack 277 volt for US and DT Sensors, 20 amp 59.20 24.95
  • These are new Mytech units still in the box.
  • I may be able to get more Power Packs from another source but the price may be more.
  • Powers Packs can be used as Slave Relays
  • prices as of 2012

Spec Sheets

Mytech cut sheets: Omni-DT Sensors
and MP Series Power Packs.

More Info about Omni Sensors: Adaptive Functions, Features, Controls, Ranges, Automatic Timer & Automatic Sensitivity, Indicator, Automatic Status Reporting, Physical Wiring, Options/Accessories, and Specifications.

General Operation

Omni-DT Sensor

Occupancy sensors have two tasks: keeping the lights on while the room is occupied and, conversely keeping the lights off when unoccupied.

Ultrasonic (doppler shift) motion detection gives maximum sensitivity yet can be vulnerable to false triggering from air conditioning currents, corridor activity and movement of inanimate objects. infrared motion detection gives immunity to false triggering, but lacks sensitivity at greater distances.

  1. Upon room entry sensor is in “high confidence” (miser) mode.
    Infrared/ultrasonic composite must be above a specific threshold to turn lights
  2. Once occupied, sensor enters “high sensitivity mode” the threshold
    automatically lowers and the slightest movement will keep the lights
  3. When unoccupied, lights stay off while air conditioning system cycles
    on and off, and cleaning crews occupy corridors.

Composite Dual Tech Sensing

Using infrared sensing (high error immunity) with ultrasonic (high sensitivity) provides good performance. Conventional dual tech sensors use a simple formula for operation: BOTH for ON, EITHER for KEEP ON. This method requires that both sensors receive fixed-strength signals for ON or a single fixed level signal for KEEP ON.

The OMNI uses a more sophisticated method called a composite signal where the signal strengths are added together to form a composite sum. The advantage of this method is that a week IR signal plus a strong US signal will turn the lights on because the sum is enough. The installer need not worry that the signal level be balanced for reliable lights on.

Mytech is now the ‘Wiring Devices-Kellems’ division of Hubbell.
The sensors are known as Hubbell Motion Sensor Switches or HMOSS
(See Section D of Hubbell’s current catalog.)

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