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I’ve got a timeguard pir sensor for switching 3 led floodlights in various all at once. I’ve replaced it like for like as the lux dial had snapped off.
Wired it up and is illuminating on movement for minimum time set and going off great, but when I turn lux to dusk the light still comes...
A potential customer has an external light control system originally manufactured by Timeguard. There's a controller in the loft space which has a 2 core cable to each PIR which seems to be a bus wire. The PIR's are now failing, part number: SL099. I've found them on Google but they are...
I have a customer request for a wireless PIR system, receiver above the front door & 3 sensors in the garden. The lights required to energise are all LED and total 45w.
Ive bench tested the timeguard offering (which does say not for use with LED) and sure enough it doesn't turn...
I want a timer switch that automatically turns the lights on at a specific time i set and turn off at a specific time, but all I can find is lag switches? anybody know of these programmable switches with common+l1?
I need to replace some 12v outdoor PIR`s formerly made by Smiths, then Timeguard. The CODE is SL099 easily found on Google. However, they are nowhere to be had as they have been discontinued.
They send a signal to the mains control box (CODE SL055) which controls up to 3000W of lighting and...
Can anyone recommend a make of security floodlight which are reliable and dont play up as the cheap one's ive been using are poor the pir's dont work properly. And do you just take a permanent live to your fittings or do you take a switch live perm and neutral? can anyone help cheers
I know someone can point me in the right direction with this, I'm looking to put an outdoor socket to serve my drive [power washer, garden tools etc] and lockable so as not to give free electric to the street but I can't seem to track one down anywhere. Anyone help?
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