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KnightsBridge Ceiling Wall Mounted IP20 Lighting 10A Switched PIR Sensor £25.09
Knightsbridge Ceiling Wall Mounted IP20 Lighting 10A Switched PIR Sensor
The PIR0901S Wall or Ceiling Mounted PIR movement sensor is an ideal low profile switch for controlling lights and fans economically in your home or business. This sensor mounts to your wall and will activate any linked circuitry when it senses motion within its 5m x 120° viewing area.
This sensor can be set to operate lights and fans for up to 16 minutes after movement is detected, and is ideal for storage areas, sheds, bathrooms, break rooms, or any room which is not in constant use or in which lighting is accidentally left on. This model also contains a switch to avoid accidental triggering outside of desired/business hours.
Comes with a 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner29 June 2017 10:53
Very good buy for this light plr sensor
Allan from United KingdomOwner17 January 2019 16:24
I was am awed by the ease in fitting this switch, it went straight into the wall switch socket, job done in no time at all. my dog Ted does not set off which is an added bon us, great product.Allan
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Iain from United Kingdom (Ex.NI) asks
Does this switch need a negative/neutral supply ? thanks Iain
Qurban from United Kingdom asks
Does this switch have a timer? Or after activation does it stay on always?
P from United Kingdom asks
Hi Do you have this product without a neutral please? Thank you
RJ from United Kingdom asks
I have a 240v:24v transformer connected to an LED strip. Is this switch suitable for this application? Say 24v load is 6w. Or is there another relevant product?
David from United Kingdom asks
The lighting circuit in my home is red and black, no earth. Can I use this motion sensorr ?
Eileenswift@yahoo.co.uk from United Kingdom asks
Can i use this to replace a traditional light switch in a hallway. There are two lights and two switches turning on/off the light at the bottom and top of the stairs. Can i replace the two switches with two of these?
Alwyn from United Kingdom asks
In the description of this switch it is stated that it must be earthed. Can you please confirm whether the switch has an earth connection. If not how would I ensure that is earthed?
D from United Kingdom asks
Does this need a capacitor?
D from United Kingdom asks
I’d be using this for a 60W LED light, so will it need a capacitor/a transformer?