X4M300 presence sensor

Human presence detection

Keeping building lights on when occupants are stationary is a challenge for most presence detectors. Not for the X4M300. The slightest gesture, gentle breathing, it senses even the smallest human movements.

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XeThru X4 UWB radar SoC

Sensing even the smallest movement

Novelda is proud to unveil the X4 - a high-sensitivity UWB radar chip for ultra-sensitive occupancy sensing and respiration monitoring

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X4M03 radar development kit

Kickstart your custom sensor development

An all-in-one hardware bundle: Xethru X4 impulse radar board, MCU board, PCB antennas - everything you need for prototyping your ultra wide band radar sensor product, and using your software environment of choice : MATLAB, Python, C++ or C.

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XeThru radar in action

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Our latest videos

False Alarm Tests of Big Machinery

In this video, as an extension of our previous safety test experiments (https://youtu.be/9tu3Tdbpywg), we present another false alarm test experiments for big machinery using the IR-UWB radar sensor developed at Hanyang University (HYU), Seoul, Korea, in more practical scenarios. Particularly this time, we concurrently compared the performances of our HYU radar with those of the P**v*** radar (a commercial product from Europe). The ranging distance is set to be equally 6 meters for both radars. The HYU radar uses sound and warning lamp together whenever, either right or wrong, detecting objects, while the P**v*** radar uses two-level sound only.