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PIR Occupancy Detector - Flush Recessed
Indoor Use Only
Product Ref: 1495£13.15 inc VAT
Recessed discreet occupancy detector. Suitable for installation into ceilings up to 40mm thick.
Save energy, ensures areas are safely lit and automates processes. As courtesy lighting this occupancy unit can be used to illuminate cupboards, wardrobes and wherever you would like the lighting automated.
In commercial properties localised switching in bathrooms and toilets can be automated saving energy, reducing risk of electrocution and avoiding the emergency call button being used instead of the light pull.
Technical details: Light levels can be adjusted to ensure operations at night time only or overridden for use during daylight conditions.1200w resistive load (mains incandescent) 300w max load for LED lamps. Construction ABS casing with cable entry and fixing to suit existing pull-cord locations including BESA boxes.
6 metres detection radius at 2.4m ceiling height (giving coverage of 3m diameter) 360º detection zone Standards BS EN 60730-2-7 IP Rating IP20 (because the product has not been tested) we however do believe that this could safely be used under a canopy or in a soffit.
Colour White Installation notes Adjusting the Lux control The Lux control has a built-in photocell that detects daylight and darkness. Turning the control towards the [ sun ] symbol will result in the unit switching in all light levels.
Turning the control towards the [moon] symbol will result in the unit switching only in reduced light. Set the unit to switch at the desired light level using this control.
Adjusting the duration time:
The duration time is the length of time for which the load remains energised after the sensor has been triggered. This time can be adjusted from 10 seconds to 8 minutes. Turning the control from the [ + ] symbol to the [ - ] symbol will reduce the duration time.
Note: Once the sensor has been triggered, any subsequent detection will start the time period again from the beginning. Response time It is normal for a delay of several seconds to occur between the sensor detecting movement and the load switching on.
PIR occupancy detector flush recessed.
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Plastic - ABS|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
I am looking for a PIR to control just the extractor fan that sits above the shower, NOT linked to the lighting.
However I need it to switch the fan on only when stood within the shower, not when entering the bathroom in general - thinking of situating it above the shower. Obviously this also needs to work in daylight (without lights on) on when the lights are switched on when dark.
I have seen other enquires about this light and I can you confirm again if I can remove my pull cord and use this in conjunction is it OK? So the bulb it self what wattage is it and if needed can I use up to four in the bathroom or is that not advisable?
With a long corridor can 2 or 3 of these units be wired in parallel.
I`m trying to lowlight a long hallway using low voltage external decking 8x12v LED lights, similar to what can be bought in Wickes or similar stores. These run off the mains socket via a small plug in transformer these will be fitted to my skirting-board and plugged into a main socket. I want a sensor that will trigger that mains transformer somehow when someone enters the hallway and goes off at a pre-set time, 15secs or longer, or just can be switched to infinite. I will not be using any of the lighting circuit.
I require 2 way recessed PIR sensors to switch lights on/off as occupants pass through a building. Do you have such a product available?
Is there a PIR device that not only activates the lights when walking in a room but can sense when no one is in the room and shut the lights down. Is this something that this or a similar product you sell can do?
I am looking to install several PIR`s controlling indoor lighting.
Do I take a 2 core twin and earth feed to light switch, then 2 core twin and earth to PIR then two core twin and earth to lights.
using this in a bathroom to activate both LV lighting and an extractor, can one switched live be pre photocell and one post?...... to avoid lighting during daylight
If not, any other ideas?
I`m fitting 2 low voltage down lights in my house and was wondering if this PIR is suitable to switch them?
Do you know if this PIR detector can be used with security alarm systems (is it compliant / nacos approved).
I am looking at using one of these in my bathroom for the main spot-lights and also a set of your Colour Changing LED`s, on a seperate switch. Is it possible to make the PIR switchable i.e On/Off or to isolate it when using the Colour Changing LED`s?
I see a maximum load for the sensor but no minimum load, is there none? I know that most dimmer switches have minimum loads to operate.
Can you please give me the dimension of the cutout as I am replacing a PIR with a 75mm diameter cut out. Also can you tell me the type of connections, screw, push fit???
Can I use this switch with several GU10 7W/9W energy saving bulbs?
Can I use this to switch 4 x GU10 50W halogens and a low voltage shower light?
I am looking at a contract where these have been used to control recessed 4 x 14W T5 high frequency fittings. How many of these fittings can one of the PIR Occupancy Detectors take regarding load.
Can this be used outside? Am looking to connect this is a recessed LED ceiling light and fix them both to the underside of my PVC porch for when people ring the doorbell
I`d like to use this in a wet room, I could mount it the opposite side to the shower but will that be safe or do I need to find an IP65 version?
Will the PIR operate my extractor fan that is on the same existing pull-cord as my toilet lights? Also is it okay to use in the toilet and would the colour of my walls or my mirror cause me any problems?
Will this PIR work on my toilet lights, they are 240v main voltage, with halogen lamps, GU10 50watt? 3 lights in total so a total of 150watt halogen lamps to be switched.
Is it possible to use PIR photocells to operate a intermediate lighting circuit, i.e. replace switch at bottom of stairs, on landing, and in attic conversion? Would it be possible to leave the attic switch in place and just have PIR's for the other 2 positions?
I am considering using this in a small cloakroom, however I am concerned about the comment that it might take several seconds to turn on the light. Is this several seconds after triggering before the light is on, or is it several seconds before the trigger is recorded. How long is several seconds? I would have preferred the light to be on within 1 second.
I see the above question 'I want to install this into my bathroom and remove my pull cord, would this be OK?' and you have stated yes! So, this will work if I have just a switched live i.e. a 2 wire pull cord switch and fit this unit in place of the pull cord - right? The reason I ask is that in the past I had to purchase a special unit to work on a 2 wire installation, if you could confirm this will be fine that would be great!
Would any of your PIR sensors be able to control 1-5 watts of LED lamps
I want to install this into my bathroom and remove my pull cord, would this be OK?