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Stainless Steel Up & Down with PIR Sensor
Adjustable Light Lux
Product Ref: 2808£49.36 inc VAT
This fitting has recently been upgraded and fitted with a new type PIR sensor so we have amended our listing to reflect the changes. Stainless steel wall mounted up/down light with built in PIR sensor. Switches on when approached making it safer for pedestrians as well as deterring unwanted visitors.
See PDF document below for installation instructions.
Made in stainless steel, to avoid corrosion oil is supplied with the fitting and should be applied regularly.
The fitting has fixing screws and tube of oil to maintain the lustre of the brushed stainless steel.
Angle of detection 110.
Comes on at an adjustable range between 10 and 20,000 lux.
PIR trigger light for an adjustable 10 seconds to 5 minutes.
Additional movement detected re-triggers light for another set period.
There is no manual override (permanently on) with this light.
The maximum detection range can also be adjusted with the maximum achievable being 8m depending on weather conditions and mounting height (1.5 - 2.5m recommended)
|Number Of Lamps||2|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Stainless Steel Brushed|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
Is the s/s ok for a coastal property what range &angle does the pir have
Is it possible to overide the PIR and have this light on for a constant amount of time? Or is it purely just PIR based to turn on?
Can I use the GU10 mains Philips perfect fit led spot lamp with this fixture?
Is it possible to wire this light to a conventional plug?
Does this light require a transformer?
What grade of stainless steel is this fitting?
I am looking for an external light which can also be controlled from an internal switch - presumably this is how it can be left on for up to 8 hours? Is there a recommended distance between the top of the light and the wooden soffit above? How far away will the pir pick up movement (within the 100 degree) I currently have a light which picks up cars on the road which is a nuisance as the light is on virtually all night. I look forward to hearing from you