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Cabinet Infrared Sensor Switch Mains Voltage 230v

SKU: 5084

100 - 240V AC Voltage
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Cabinet Infrared Sensor Switch Mains Voltage 230v

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Product Description

A Mains Powered Infrared Cabinet Sensor

Simple to install and use. Simply run your hand past the sensor for the lights to switch on/off.

Please also note, we do a low voltage 12v cabinet sensor. Please see model number SLGSEN12V


Technical info & Key Features;

Overall Product Size : (Length) 85mm x (Width) 37mm x (Height) 20mm
Operating Voltage : 100-240V~ AC
Output Voltage : 100-240V~ AC (will be same as the input voltage)
Loading Wattage : Max. 250W
Control Available : Tungsten / Halogen / LED Lamps, Halogen / LED Driver or other suitable electrical device.
Protection : Class 2 - Double Insulation Protection
IP Protection : Sensor - IP44, Casing - IP20
Sensor Cable Length : 2 meter
Detection Range : within 5cm
Sensor drill hole size : Dia. 13mm x 8mm Depth
Operation Temperature : -20 to +80 degree
Fixing Accessories : Fixing screws included
Product code: SLGSEN240V

Specifications

  • SKU 5084
  • Width 37mm The width of the product. Normally measured in mm unless otherwise stated.
  • Voltage 100 - 240V AC The operating voltage of the product. 220-240v AC is UK mains voltage (What comes out of your plug sockets). So if the voltage shown is below 220v then you will more than likely need a transformer for the light to operate.
  • Height 20mm The overall height of the product at the tallest point.
  • Delivery Time Next Day if Ordered Before 3pm
  • Cable Length 2 Metres
  • Maximum Load 250W The maximum electrical load that the product is manufactured to accept. Normally measured in Watts or AMP. EG, if you have a product which is 150w and lights which are 50w each then 3 x 50w = 150w which is the maximum load.

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