Connecting a 5-wire motion sensor to Arduino UNO

I am trying to hook up a 5-wire motion sensor to my Arduino.

The wires read…

Red - 5V
White - sens
Black - gnd
Green - out
Yellow - gnd

I am struggling with the circuit (figuring out which wires to hook up on my breadboard and Arduino.)

Help Please!

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Hi,
Which sensor? I'm sure there's more then one!! What about a link or data sheet, picture etc. Despite what some think we're not mind readers, memory readers perhaps. More info please.

Regards

Ml.

Shopanrockel:
I am trying to hook up a 5-wire motion sensor to my Arduino.

The wires read...

Red - 5V
White - sens
Black - gnd
Green - out
Yellow - gnd

I am struggling with the circuit (figuring out which wires to hook up on my breadboard and Arduino.)

Help Please!

I run motion sensors quite a bit, though all are 3 pin, I am no expert. I believe you can just use the red, black, and green. Red is power to sensor, wire to 5v supply on Arduino. Black obviously to ground. Green will go to a digital pin on the Arduino. Depending on brand of sensor, the "out" will go hi (or lo) when motion is sensed. I use a 10k resistor from "out" to ground (or 5V, again, depending on sensor) to prevent falsing.
The white wire probably gets wired to a variable resistor to adjust sensitivity.