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I use a PIR module setup in the following way and its working quite well.It is even much easier to setup than your connection.

They can be powered from 5V and output 3V so can be connected directly to pins on the Pi’s GPIO header without any other components.

Most PIR sensors can take input from anywhere between 5v to 9v so I think you should be good without the battery too.

Taken from www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk

Change the GPIO number in your script or in the wiring.

Hope it helps.

I use a PIR module setup in the following way and its working quite well.It is even much easier to setup than your connection.

They can be powered from 5V and output 3V so can be connected directly to pins on the Pi’s GPIO header without any other components.

Taken from www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk

Change the GPIO number in your script or in the wiring.

Hope it helps.

I use a PIR module setup in the following way and its working quite well.It is even much easier to setup than your connection.

They can be powered from 5V and output 3V so can be connected directly to pins on the Pi’s GPIO header without any other components.

Most PIR sensors can take input from anywhere between 5v to 9v so I think you should be good without the battery too.

Taken from www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk

Change the GPIO number in your script or in the wiring.

Hope it helps.

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I use a PIR module setup in the following way and its working quite well.It is even much easier to setup than your connection.

They can be powered from 5V and output 3V so can be connected directly to pins on the Pi’s GPIO header without any other components.

Taken from www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk

Change the GPIO number in your script or in the wiring.

Hope it helps.