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Common use cases for WAYV Air
|Frequency||60.3 ~ 63.6 GHz|
|Swept Frequency||3.3 GHz|
|Azimuth Angle||120 Degree|
|Elevation Angle||120 Degree|
|Detection Range||6 m|
|Machine Size||76.8mm*70.3mm*25.4mm (without cable and bracket )|
WAYV Air: 84g
Bracket & Screws: 64g
|Operational Temperature Range||-20 ° C ~ 50 ° C|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What regulatory requirements does the WAYV Air meet?
The WAYV Air is FCC certified and CE certified. FCC ID is 2ATMB-WAYVAIR2020
Can I use the WAYV Air outdoors?
The WAYV Air is designed to meet IP53 and is not recommended for outdoor use
Is there a visualizer software I can use?
Ainstein offers a visualizer to help you get started with the WAYV Air. Please contact email@example.com for access
How do I mount the WAYV Air?
The WAYV Air should be mounted in a central location free from other objects. The unit can be mounted on the ceiling or the wall. Please avoid mounting the unit near the corner of the room to avoid multi-path reflections as this can cause performance degradation
What are multi-path reflections?
When the WAYV Air transmits a signal, sometimes that signal can reflect off more than one object, resulting in two or more signals returning to the sensor. This is what is defined as multi-path reflections and can cause performance issues such as ghost targets
The WAYV Air is detecting too many targets. What do I do?
When the WAYV Air detects multiple targets for the same person or object, these are referred to as ghost targets. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional support in resolving this issue.