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PIR Sensor - Replaces Wall Switch
Operates Fans, Lighting Circuits or Both
Product Ref: 5481£19.00 inc VAT
This PIR sensor can be used to replace a wall light switch to save energy when rooms are unoccupied.
The PIR wall switch fits into a 25mm deep single gang wall box (85mm x 85mm recessed or surface socket box) and be used in walls or ceilings.
At installation the 'on time' can be set between one and sixteen minutes. If the sensor detects movement during the on period it resets the time period - in short if someone is moving in the space the unit keeps the lights or fan on.
The sensor can also be adjusted for light levels i.e. if the space benefits from natural light during the day the sensor can be set to operate only at night reducing energy costs further.
Resistive loads (i.e. incandescent lamps) - 2400 watts
Inductive loads (i.e. fluorescent lights, fans etc) 720 watts.
Please note: Will not work with LED lamps.
Perfect for use in lavatories, public buildings, corridors, stockrooms or places where light is only required when occupied.
Timer range: 1 Minute to 16 Minutes.
Has a Range of 120º cone angle with a max distance of 8 metres. This is in a room temperature of 20ºc, in higher temperatures this could slightly reduce.
Available in switched or un-switched option. The switched option, when on will override the PIR and will keep the lights on at all times.
NOTE: This unit requires a live and neutral supply to operate. A neutral wire may not be present in your existing switch wiring. If in doubt consult an electrician.
I am replacing a light switch in a downstairs toilet that operates both the light and fan.
The light switch only has two wires, live and neutral with an earth fixed to the mounting.
Where do I attach the live wire - or is it the incorrect unit ?
Do you have a model that works with only two wires so I can replace a pull cord switch.
I currently have two wires common and a live out. There is a neutral cable in a connection block. Would this be used ok?
Can this be used with LED lamps?
My current kitchen light switch wiring is 2 red wires wrapped together to be a top live in, 1 red wire at bottom as live out, and earth attached inside the box.
Will I be able to use the pir switch and if so how would I wire it or would I need an electrician?
When you switch off the PIR will it turn the lights on by passing the sensor.
Does this have two live and two neutral connectors? This is the set up of the switch that its`s replacing
Could I use this switch at the bottom of my stairs? I can turn hall light and upstairs light on at this point ...but only the upstairs light when upstairs ..ie 2 switches down but only one up
Can the sensor switch be used in a bathroom?
Is this sensor a tree wire system?
Im thinking of mounting this at the top of a stairs, will it pick up motion at the bottom? Its a 3 metre distance with a pitch of 47 degrees.