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LAP Indoor Ceiling Flush PIR

Product Code: 47121

Polycarbonate, flush-mounted ceiling PIR. Converts indoor lighting to motion sensor control.

  • IP44
  • 6m Detection Range
  • Dusk Control
  • Adjustable Time On
  • Manual Override
  • W x D x H: 90 x 90 x 70mm
  • Model No: IQ-SA-360-FM-D-W
  • Indoor & Outdoor Use
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Product contents:
PIR and fixings.

Specifications:
230V. 50Hz. IP44. Switching capacity: 2000W incandescent and 500W fluorescent. Fixings supplied.

£12.99

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Rated 5 out of 5 by PIR indoor ceiling Excellent value for money,robust and easily fitted. 11 Jan 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cheap but good value Large terminal block. Easy to fit. Works well. Time will tell regarding long term reliability. A couple of things to note. This item is not white, it is a cream colour. With its angular surface and its size, it is not particularly discrete. 18 Dec 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Econermy What a great piece of kit great price and stops the kitchen light being left on all the time! 28 Nov 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by LAP Indoor Ceiling Flush PIR This is my second unit purchased in 6 years. The first one started to play and not function and I hope this one can last as long as the first one. I can't fault the unit as it did its job after all. 17 Sep 2015
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I just need to know how you manually override the sensor. Is it a switch on, then off, then on again situation?
15 Jan 2016
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According to the instructions it's 75mm.
1 Dec 2015
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I need to switch a 15061 inline fan 24/7.
It has its own timer.
Would a LAP 47121 PIR do the job ?
I do not need the timing aspect, or a Dusk control.
Just a blip from the PIR & the fan will take care of itself.
Can a 47121 handle such an inductive load, or require a snubber ?
25 Sep 2015
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I would say it would work.
I'm using it with 32488 and lights.
Turn the dusk/ dawn down - and it will trigger and all light levels.
Adjust the timer to minimum (I have mine for 1.5 minutes for lights and fan set as supplied which over run the light by the given time).

The problem I have is that the light built in to my fan rapidly flashes if the lights are reactivated before the fan turns off. I'm still trying to solve this.
1 Nov 2015
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Hope this helps... (the sensor is IP44 rated so...)

An IP44 fitting can be installed anywhere within bathroom zones 1, 2, or 3. Zone 1 is the area above the bath to at least 2.25m (7' 4"# from the floor. If the light is 240V then a 30ma residual current device #RCD# must also be used to protect the circuit in this zone. #check the consumer unit, if it's 17th edition, it'll already meet that requirement#.

Zone 2 is an area stretching 0.6m #1' 11"# outside the perimeter of the bath and to a height of 2.25m #7' 4"# from the floor. In addition, it is good practice to consider the area around a wash basin, within a 60cm #1' 11"# radius of any tap to be considered as zone 2.

Zone 3 is anywhere outside Zones 0, 1, and 2 and where no water jet is likely to be used. If there is a likelihood of water jets being used for cleaning purposes in zones 1, 2 and 3 a fitting rated a minimum of IP65 must be used.

Where MUST I NOT install my IP44 bathroom Light?

You cannot fit an IP44 light inside the bath or shower itself. Any fitting used in this zone #Zone 0# must be low voltage #maximum 12V# and be rated at least IP67 which is total immersion proof!

As bathrooms are consider a high risk area, work in bathrooms should be undertaken by a registered competent person!
24 Sep 2015
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Specification

Brand LAP
Colour White
Construction Material (Lighting) Polycarbonate
Fixings Supplied Fixings supplied
IP Rating IP44
Model No IQ-SA-360-FM-D-W
Pack Size 1
PIR PIR
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Depth 90 mm
Product Height 70 mm
Product Type Indoor Ceiling Flush PIR
Product Width 90 mm
Total Product Weight 0.122 kg