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Hi Guys, I’ve not been on here for a while and I’m getting out of touch with modern products.
I’d like to fit a stand alone PIR to switch on an existing halogen (100 watt) light fitting and an existing bulkhead light fitting (100 watt tungsten).
I’d like to fit an additional LED (20 watts) light fitting. Therefore PIR switching 3 light fittings.
PIR needs to be 45-180 degrees.
Any recommendations for decent practical PIR?
Can a PiR control different type of lamps?
Thanks (rusty electrician)
 

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Hi Guys, I’ve not been on here for a while and I’m getting out of touch with modern products.
I’d like to fit a stand alone PIR to switch on an existing halogen (100 watt) light fitting and an existing bulkhead light fitting (100 watt tungsten).
I’d like to fit an additional LED (20 watts) light fitting. Therefore PIR switching 3 light fittings.
PIR needs to be 45-180 degrees.
Any recommendations for decent practical PIR?
Can a PiR control different type of lamps?
Thanks (rusty electrician)
First off what do you mean by PIR
 

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