Stand Alone PIR 360º Detection with Corner Bracket
Indoor or Outdoor Use
Product Ref: 1492£34.28 inc VAT
A remote PIR movement detector supplied with wall and corner mounting bracket, available in white only.
Full 360º works well for people coming and going so you do not get half way down the drive before the lights come on.
In the box is a corner mounting bracket - giving good protection of your property. Features vertically and axially adjustable head, adjustable lux level and timing.
Technical details: Switching level adjustable between approx, 5-300 lux 2000w resistive load (mains incandescent) 500w inductive load (low voltage, discharge or fluorescent).
Construction ABS casing with gasket entry at rear for cable entry.
2 metre range 360º detection zone. Construction ABS casing. Standards BS EN 60730-2-7. IP Rating IP44.
Maximum height for this fitting is 3 metres.
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Plastic - ABS|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
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Does this PIR only have a corner bracket, or can it also attach to a flat surface?
What is the range of the senor and can it be adjusted? The sensor needs to fit on corner of the house facing drive, which is within 7m of the road. Would not want passing traffic to continual activate it.
Will this work with LED lighting with a load of 40W total? Also what is the power use of this?
can you supply a flat (not corner) PIR in white?
Can you supply the stand alone pir 360 detector c/w corner bracket in BLACK?
Is there an override to switch the lights permanently on?
What is the maximum load of lighting I could run off the sensor without doing it any long term harm?
I have eight soffit lights controlled by the PIR 360º. At dusk, sometimes the lights flash on and off repeatedly, maybe for few minutes. Activating the sensor up close turns the lights on and ceases the flashing. What could be causing this?
Similar to the question above, I have 2 x 60w halogen down lights in my porch. Would I need a remote relay?
We have two 300w halogen floodlights and one 500W halogen floodlight and one ordinary 60w bulb wired to one corner sensor We have twice purchased a 270 degree sensor with a 2Kw switching capacity and 480w fluorescent switching both of which have ceased working after two months. Can this sensor take the capacity of the lights above without breaking down after a short period of time as it is costing us a fortune for sensors to not work