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BEA’s Eagle Family of motion sensors is designed for the activation of automatic pedestrian doors.

The Eagle is universally compatible with all makes and models of swinging, sliding and revolving automatic doors. The Eagle HM has a mounting height of 13 to 16.5 feet, making it ideal for use on large-format doors in industrial environments.

Unidirectional radar increases energy efficiency by detecting approaching traffic while ignoring motion away from the door.


Save on energy costs

Energy savings due to unidirectional detection capability

Eliminates false detections

Immunity settings can be adjusted to reduce unwanted detections caused by rain, snow and header vibrations

Accurate and precise

PRM mode for applications frequently used by persons with reduced mobility (i.e. wheelchair or elderly traffic)

Aesthetically pleasing design

Compact, low profile design

Table of specifications


Microwave and microprocessor


Detection Mode



Transmitter Frequency

24.150 GHz


Transmitter Radiated Power

< 20 dBm EIRP


Transmitter Power Density

< 5 mW/cm2


Minimum Detection Speed

2 in / s (measuring based on optimal conditions)


Mounting Height
Eagle HM

6’ – 13’
10’ – 16’6”


Supply Voltage

12 – 24 VAC ±10%
12 – 24 VDC 30% / -10%


Mains Frequency

50 – 60 Hz


Maximum Power Consumption

< 2 W


Maximum Contact Voltage
Maximum Contact Current
Maximum Switching Power

Relay (free of potential change-over contact)
42 VAC / VDC
1 A (resistive)
30 W (DC) / 60 VA (AC)


Cable Length
Eagle HM



Degree of Protection



Temperature Range

-4 – 131 °F



4.7" (L) × 3.1" (H) × 2.0" (W)






7.6 oz


Tilt Angles

0 – 90° vertical; -30 – 30° lateral


Norm Conformance

R&TTE 1999 / 5 / EC; EMC 2004 / 108 / EC;

LVD 2006 / 95 / EC RoHS 2 2011 / 65 / EU

  • eagle

    Microwave motion sensor

  • eagle

    High-mount microwave motion sensor for industrial doors

  • eagle-spacer
    Eagle Spacer Bracket

    Spacer bracket for the Eagle


    Spacer with integrated camera

  • Eagle Ceiling Adapter

    Recessed ceiling enclosure for BEA’s Eagle microwave motion sensor.

  • eagle-mounting-bracket
    Eagle Mounting Bracket

    Angled mounting bracket for the Eagle.

  • eagle-rain-accessory
    Eagle Rain Accessory

    Standard plastic rain accessory that covers the top of the sensor.

  • eagle-rain-cover-with-eagle
    Eagle Rain Cover

    Large plastic rain accessory that covers the entire body of the sensor.

  • industrial-bracket
    Industrial Bracket

    Universal industrial mounting bracket

  • mini-industrial-bracket
    Mini Industrial Bracket

    Universal industrial mounting bracket

  • bea-remote
    BEA Universal Remote Control

    BEA Universal Remote Control

  • 24vac-transformer

    BEA offers a variety of transformers to meet the needs of most applications.

  • eagle-q-disconnect
    Eagle Q-Disconnect

    48″ Quick Disconnect Harness for Eagle

  • EAGLE FAMILY - Silver Cover WEB
    EAGLE Silver Replacement Cover

    Silver Replacement Cover for the EAGLE sensor

Frequently asked questions

I replaced an EAGLE on a STANLEY door. Why is it working abnormally?

STANLEY uses a custom EAGLE called the SU100. When installing a standard EAGLE, set the relay output to “2”.


Why is the two-way traffic, swing door with EAGLEs on both sides recycling?

The EAGLE is mounted in a way that the door is causing activation due to the movement of the door. Move the sensor beyond the lead edge of the door and assure it complies with ANSI 156.10


Can an EAGLE be used to activate a low-energy door?

No, a low-energy door must be “knowing act” and cannot be activated by a motion sensor. The EAGLE can be used for reactivation but not initial activation.


What is the function of the two buttons on the EAGLE?

The two buttons adjust the zone size (sensitivity); the top button adjusts larger and lower button adjusts smaller. If both buttons are pushed together and held for 2 seconds the sensor will be reset to factory values.


I replaced a Stanley EAGLE with a BEA EAGLE. How do I set the LED the same as before?

You cannot do this. The Stanley EAGLE LED is red at rest and blank while in detection. The BEA EAGLE is blank at rest and red while in detection.


Can I use an EAGLE to release an electric lock?

Yes. Use the contacts to break the positive leg of power to your electric lock.


Can I install an EAGLE onto a moving door?

No. The EAGLE can only be utilized in a fixed position and must be static.


Can I use an EAGLE to provide safety for my door?

No. The EAGLE can never be used in this manner because it is a motion detector. You will need a presence sensor for this type of application.


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