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360° PIR Occupancy Detector - Surface Mounted
Indoor Use Only
Product Ref: 1493£31.29 inc VAT
Occupancy detectors will save energy, ensure 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.
Light levels can be adjusted to ensure operations at night time only or overridden for use during daylight conditions.
1000w resistive load (mains incandescent) 250w inductive load (low voltage, discharge or fluorescent). Construction ABS casing with cable entry and fixing to suit existing pull-cord locations including BESA boxes.
5m metre detection radius at 3.0 ceiling height 360º detection zone Standards BS EN 60730-2-7.
IP Rating IP20.
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Plastic - ABS|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
I`d like to replace the pull chord in my bathroom with one of these, does the connection require a neutral conductor?
I am looking for sensor to operate inside a shower cubicle so needs to have a narrow operating range so that it only senses when someone gets in to shower not when wakling past. Also with glass door between person and sensor will that inhibit sensor operation of your standard unit ie will no sense through glass?
My bathroom lights are switched from a normal rocker switch outside the bathroom. If I had this PIR installed would I still be able to use the switch outside the bathroom as a manual overide or would I need to disconnect the rocker switch?
I am wanting to fit a PIR in my porch with just one or two 7watt led GU10 light fittings. What is the minimum wattage of light that this can work on?
Can this be surface mounted on a wall at the height at which you would find a switch in a normal room?
What it the mounted diameter of the sensor please? What price for 4 units?
Will this PIR sensor switch off the lights/fan if waved at again or must it run to the preset time?
Is this PIR sensor compatible with low voltage LED lighting?
Can this device be used to control a set of six low voltage ceiling lights in a bathroom?
Does this unit, or another you sell, have a soft start facility?
Will this directly replace pull switch which has only a Live and switched live or will it require a Neutral also?
Will this PIR switch also switch the extractor fan at the same time as the light?
If i used this in my bathroom at home instead of a pull switch, would this automatically turn on and off lights when entering and exiting room?