Free Infrared Sensor Icon

This is the Infrared Sensor icon for Windows 10. Here we go. Optimized for 32x32 px, these are the simplest icons in the line style. Downloadable formats are PNG and SVG, among others. Icons8 icon pack is unique in providing a huge number of icons designed by the same team of four designers who create the new icons every working day in the same style and with the same quality. Same cool as the Bat Face, huh.
The infrared sensor consists of a vertical line with a black semi-circle facing right. This line is on the left side of the icon. On the right are 5 arcs that curve towards the black dot. These lines represent the infrared light.

Idea of Infrared Sensor Icon by Bin Aries

We've received the idea on August 15, 2013 and created the icons on August 21, 2013

New request for Infra-red icons. I would like to see the following icons be created:
- official infra-red logo (see:Infrared Sensor icon ideas or Infrared Sensor icon image sample (without the text of course))
- infra-red beam sending (for example to a TV set).
​See: Infrared Sensor icon image ideas for inspiration

It has to be a beam, because that's what infra-red light does (the picture must depict that it has to be pointed to the receiver). Yes, I know: how do you design such icon??? Maybe such like this: Infrared Sensor icons ideas - infra-red sensor (the electronic part itself. More this kind of design: This picture: Infrared Sensor icon image sample in combination with this picture: Infrared Sensor icon image ideas (turn the latter picture straight up, facing aside so the halfcircle points to left or right, have the three stripes come out of the half circle like in the former picture. Oh boy, designing descriptions of users that are so vague... it's a hard job to get to the point where the customer says: YES, that's the one I was thinking of :-) Thanks in advance and BIG hugs! Love your work!!

Bin Aries
Thank you! BTW: the icons8 download pack is corrupted (21Mb instead of 45Mb). Please fix this. Thanks.
Bin Aries
Forgot to mention: the ir-logo has rentangles coming out of the sensor that become thinner when moving away from the sensor, in case you didn't noticed). Here is a more clear logo: and another one: