Remote PIR Detector with 180º sensor
IP44 Rated - Perfect for Aiding Security
Product Ref: 2099£17.26 inc VAT
Stand alone passive infra-red sensor for indoor or outdoor use, IP44 rated. This motion detector works according to passive infra-red technology. The detector will switch on the connected lights when it registers 'warm movements' within it's detecting range, and if dark enough.
The built in photocell prevents the detector from working in the daytime.
Illumination time and daylight (lux) setting is adjustable to suit various locations.
Maximum lighting load 1300w (incandescent) or 300w (fluorescent) Designed for wall mounting complete with fixing screws and rawl plugs.
Stand Alone External PIR 180º features vertically and axially adjustable head, adjustable lux level, 12 metre range, 180º detection zone, time on adjustable 5 sec - 5 min.
Construction ABS casing standards BS EN 60730-2-7.
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Plastic - ABS|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
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Is it possible to wire in a 2nd remote, non-switched PIR into this unit so that when the 2nd unit detects motion it causes the switched unit to operate? Also is it possible to wire in a remote push button to set the lights
going without walking past the PIR?
We recently had a rewire, and a new PIR was installed. Originally there was a double switch by the front door, one for hall lights, one we did a on-off-on-off to override the PIR and have the lights on continuously. Now we only have a single switch for the hall lights and no way of overriding the PIR. Is there a PIR with a switch to override it, I can't face more wiring. Pity I did not notice this at the time.
Can this item control 2 wall lamps? Do you offer something similar with remote control so I can turn my exterior lamps on & off on top of the PIR as I do not want to run cables for an actual override wall mounted switch?
How do I wire the PIR to operate an outside light. Would the PIR be wired in between the mains and the light?
I want to switch on a courtesy lamp from a PIR during the hours of darkness as normal, but I want the PIR to activate a remote alarm during the daytime without the light coming on. I envisage adapting a wireless doorbell system to provide the remote alert. Can I get a PIR with two outputs, one unaffected by the photocell?
I have purchased 2 lots of a cheaper PIR units, ES34T Security Motion Sensor (EverSpring Industry), and both lots have failed after a short period of time. I suspect that the problem is surges on the power supply, since I live in a rural area with overhead lines. Have these units got well designed input circuitry that would survive power surges?
Can the PIRs be operated in parallel? In other words can 2 of these units operate the same lights? If the units had a relay output then this would be electrically feasible?