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LAP 140° Standalone PIR (11291)

Polycarbonate.

  • IP44
  • 12m Detection Range
  • Dusk Control
  • Adjustable Time On
  • Manual Override
  • W x D x H: 65 x 105 x 170mm
  • Model No: IQ-140-B
  • Pan & Tilt

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 111 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Basic, simple, cheap - WORKS! Why pay more when this item performs the basic task of triggering, timing with adjustable light level control. 12 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product Have used this for years, great external PIR which does the job well. 8 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by P I r sensor Value for money well recommended. Easy to install,good range and movement 1 Mar 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really works well, good design Don't be put off by the low price. This is a high quality item that is easy to fit and well designed. I fitted it to our Summer house linked to a Screwfix stainless steel wall light. The range is excellent and easy to adjust the sensor. It worked first time. I used a 9w led lamp in the light fitting hitch is equivalent to a 60w GLS lamp. Plenty of warm white light. 8 Feb 2016
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I want to operate 6 LED lights with a total load of about 40 watts. Will this PIR switch them OK if I wire it in between the 230v supply and the transformer that comes with the LED string?
22 Feb 2016
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You will need to check the equivalent wattage of each light, as the LED wattage is lower and you will need to check the full wattage against our wattage rating.
23 Feb 2016
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It will go off if your neighbours cat goes by as there are no sensitivity adjustments on this products.
7 Dec 2015
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To answer my own question, today I installed one of these and it's working a treat. In the instructions manual says human bodies will activate it and they are absolutely right. However, I can confirm that the local cat's body set it off equally well.
7 Dec 2015
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so when one is activated all lights come on
22 Oct 2015
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Surely you would want to wire them in parallel in order to do that? That's how I have mine configured: two sensors and three lights. Triggering either sensor illuminates all lights. Gang both the L, both the N and both the L1s.
9 Nov 2015
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I've just wired this pir up to a 30watt led floodlight and it's not coming on. I can hear the sensor clicking on when I switch the switch but the light doesn't fire. I'm thinking there is not enough draw from the led.
22 Sep 2015
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answering my own question...with no answers coming before I needed to have the job done we bought this PIR anyway. It is now wired to two bulkheads, each with 7 watt led bulbs from screwfix and they work perfectly.
23 Sep 2015
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Just wired it up to a 50w LED light & it works great. Very impressed with quality.
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Specification
Adjustable Adjustable Pan & Tilt
Brand LAP
Colour Black
Construction Material (Lighting) Polycarbonate
Fixings Supplied Fixings supplied
IP Rating IP44
Model No IQ-140-B
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
PIR PIR
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Depth 105 mm
Product Height 170 mm
Product Type 140° Standalone PIR
Product Width 65 mm
Total Product Weight 0.22 kg

230V. 50Hz. IP44. Switching capacity: 1000W incandescent and 500W fluorescent. Fixings supplied.

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