These compact PIR detectors provide automatic control for lighting heating and ventilation loads. The PIR sensor can be mounted either flush into a ceiling tile or using a surface mounting box. The low profile design means the unit can be mounted in a narrow ceiling void. No external control boxes are required as the unit is self-contained.
The simple plug-in connections reduce installation time. The optional infrared remote handset allows the user to override the set up on some models. PRM, DD and AD versions' functionality is fully programmable using either the UHS5 or UNLCDHS handsets.
For Product Guides for earlier versions with manual control, search for the guide via the Support Services Products Guides page.
- Low voltage 12–24V AC/DC
- Voltage free contact
- 2 channel with lux on one channel
- 2 channel with lux on one channel, normally closed for fail-safe applications
Contact our sales office for the variants available.
VITM4-2CH EBDSPIR - Key features of PRM Switching detectors include:
- Switching with lux level sensing
- Programmable via our programming handset
- Absence detection functionality
- User handset available to control on/off and lux levels
|CODE||DESCRIPTION||LOAD RATING AT 230VAC||TIME DELAY|
|EBDSPIR-PRM-2CH||PRM switching, compact, IP40, ceiling, flush mounted, PIR, presence/absence detector, 2-channel||6A||6A||6A||6A||6A||6A||6A||10s–99m|
|EBDSPIR-PRM-2CH-NC||PRM switching, compact, IP40, ceiling, flush mounted, PIR, presence/absence detector, normally closed fail-safe contacts, 2-channel||6A||6A||6A||6A||-||6A||6A||10s–99m|
INC = Incandescent Lighting, F = Fluorescent Lighting, CFL = Compact Fluorescent Lighting, LED = LED Lighting, RH = Resistive Heaters, F&V = Fans and Ventilation Equipment, LVH = Low Voltage Halogen
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