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Has anyone got any recommendations for controlling a 3watt LED wall light using a PIR?

One PIR manufacturer suggested a double pole PIR, but I have never heard of & cannot find such a unit?

My only other thought is to add some relay setup to supply power to the LED unit.


Many thanks in advance.

ACL
 
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If anyone else is interested:

Just had a call from Steinel tech support and they have suggested that their IS180 unit will do the job.
 

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Err, 3W is no load at all; any lighting PIR with a relay as its output device will do the job. You can hear the relay click on most lighting PIRs. (I don't know if any PIRs use a triac instead, which might have trouble driving an LED load.)
 
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