Human detection sensor degree value

Hello all,

Human detector sensor has a detection degree which is 180º if I'm not wrong, and I want to know if it is possible to get degree value when sensor detects movement. For example if human comes from center, then the degree value could be +- 90º.

Does anybody do something similar? Any example please?

Thanks in advance.

Human detector sensor has a detection degree which is 180º if I'm not wrong,

My Panasonic Grid-Eye has a detection angle of only 60 degrees, so I'd say, yes, you are wrong.

Human detector sensor has a detection degree which is 180º if I'm not wrong,

You are wrong. In order to know where the trigger object is, you'd need a servo and a ping sensor, too. The servo would wave the sensor around, to measure the closest object. With any luck, that will be the victim.

(In case you're wondering, replies #1 and 2 were hints for you to provide more details of what your "Human detector sensor" is)

Human detector sensor has a detection degree which is 180º if I'm not wrong,

You are the only one that knows. Walmart has IR security "motion" detection security lights that have a claimed 180 deg detection range.

AWOL:
(In case you’re wondering, replies #1 and 2 were hints for you to provide more details of what your “Human detector sensor” is)

Hello, I’m talking about this sensor

HC-SR501 Human Sensor Module Pyroelectric Infrared. The technical description is:

Detection range: <140°, Detection distance: 3-7M (adjustable)
The range is less than 140º, however I’ve read in another specification that it could be 180º too.

Thanks & Regards

AWOL: (In case you're wondering, replies #1 and 2 were hints for you to provide more details of what your "Human detector sensor" is)

It is HC-SR501 Human Sensor Module Pyroelectric Infrared. :)

https://www.mpja.com/download/31227sc.pdf says nothing about being able to get the direction of the human with respect to the sensor. All it says about angle is that a human can be detected in a 120 cone with respect to the forward direction of the sensor.