Steinel extends range of infra-red sensors

Published:  10 March, 2009

Steinel

Steinel has added a wall-mounted sensor to its IS range of infra-red sensors. It can detect motion over 360°, but this can be limited using the shrouds provided, and a ‘sneak-by’ guard can also be employed. The IS NM 360 offers simple selection of on time, twilight threshold and program on the removable sensor module, in addition to manual over-ride. The sensor range is 8 m.

This device has four sensor and NightMatic combinations for switching lights on and off — sensor only and three periods of constant light with sensor response at other times.

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