Danlers launches batten mount PIR occupancy switch

Danlers has launched a new, cost-effective, batten-mount passive infra-red occupancy switch which can deliver significant energy savings. This easy-to-fit, robust control can be mounted onto the end of lighting battens via the 20 mm knock out. The switch includes the connection 20 mm thread and 1 m of wire tails to connect to the lighting ballast.

This switch incorporates a passive infra-red quad sensor to detect movement and a photocell to monitor ambient light level which can be adjusted via the internal lux adjuster. If no movement is detected within a preset time, the PIR will switch off the load.

Danlers’ batten mount PIR is UK manufactured and has a 5-year warranty. It is ideal for use in offices, factories, warehouses, schools etc. and also in outdoor environments and indoor damp areas thanks to its tough IP65 rated enclosure.

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