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Smart Lighting Sensor For Garden Lights - With Movement Detector
Choose from Black or White - IP43 Rated
Product Ref: 1252£63.00 inc VAT
This Smart Lighting Sensor has 3 superb features that make this incredibly useful when used in combination with exterior and garden lights.
The twilight sensor switches your light on automatically at dusk, the timer then takes over and keeps lights on until late in the evening. The unit also has the function to switch off the light but maintains PIR detection - so late arrivals can still see their way to the door.
Prior to dawn the timer switches the light on again for those who are off to work in the dark.
The unit learns the hours of dawn and dusk and adjusts for longer nights in the winter months.
The unit can be fitted to any or many outdoor lamps up to a maximum of 1000 watts.
It reacts automatically to anyone within its 120 degree angle of coverage up to a range of 10 metres - meaning an impressive area can be covered by this sensor.
Operational between temperatures -20 and +40 degrees.
This item is supplied in either white or black.
Please note the timer is preset and cannot be changed - Twilight mode is activated for 2 hours after dusk, afterwards PIR mode is automatically activated.
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
How long does the light stay on after dusk and before dawn in PIR mode?
Will this work if I mount above my garage up an over doors ( detection down a drive) also can you adjust the Tim the lights are permanently on after dusk and before dawn
What are the dimensions of the unit? Can you adjust the detection range to less than 10 metres or is it fixed
what is the predetermined time that the sensor will switch on for at dusk before the pir takes over
Where should this unit be fitted relative to an external lantern? If light from the lantern falls onto the unit will this interfere with its dusk/dawn sensor?
re Nightwatchman Twillight Sensor, Ref: HRDSENSOR, is there a minimum load required and will it operate all types of lamp inc. CFLs and LEDs?
Can this sensor run a number of lights that run along a pathway? Do the lights all need to be on one circuit?
Can the light level be set such that at dusk the light comes on at a constant low level, only switching on full when the movement sensor is activated?
Can the sensors be mounted in parallel?