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PIR Occupancy Sensor Light Switch, Surface Mount - 

WACEPIR

WACEPIR - PIR Occupancy Sensor Light Switch, Surface Mount

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Manufacturer:
DANLERS DANLERS
Manufacturer Part No:
WACEPIR
Order Code:
LA05683

Product Overview

  • Detection zone: 120°
  • Detection range: Up to 10m
  • Time lag range: 10 seconds to 40 minutes in 9 steps
  • Photocell range: 100 to 1000 lux, and inactive
  • Loading: Up to 6A (1500W) of resistive loads,
  • 6A (1500W) of fluorescent loads, lamps & fittings and 1A (250W) of fans
  • 3A (750W) of electronic and wire wound transformer loads,
  • 2A (500W) of CFL, 2D lamps, LED Drivers and LED
  • Dimensions (LxWxD): 86x86x22mm
  • Wall or ceiling mountable
  • Suitable for stairwells, corridors, toilet lobbies, etc.
  • Fits either into a plaster depth (16mm) wall box or onto a ceiling mounted square pattress box
  • Requires a neutral wire

Product Information


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External PIR

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10m

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120°

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