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CS1021W Sensor



PIR Sensor

  • Manual overide to bypass PIR sensor
  • Adjustable knobs for lux (sensitivity) and time
  • Mounting between 2 and 4.5 metres above the ground
  • Detection distance 10m (at<24°C ambient temp.)
  • Horizontal arc sensitivity of 180°
  • Ambient light: 20Lux to 2000Lux
  • Working Temperature: -10°C ~ 40°C
  • Working humidity: <93%RH
  • Time-delay: Min 5sec(±3 sec), Max 7min(±2min)
  • 1200W passive infrared motion sensor
  • Thermoplastic body with cable entry and grommet bush
  • Adjustable up/down and horizontal on a pivot
  • IP44

Suitable for protected exterior applications, walls and under eaves

White (26536)

About Crompton Lighting

Crompton Lighting was founded in Great Britain in 1878 by Colonel Crompton, the inventor of an ARC lamp containing a shadow reducing filament. The company quickly established a reputation for excellence by supplying electric lamps and fittings to Queen Victoria’s palaces. Following upon their successes in Great Britain, Crompton entered the Australian marketplace in 1887.
Today Crompton Lighting is 100% Australian owned as a member of the Gerard Lighting Group and we are one of the larger lighting suppliers in the country.

Crompton Lighting’s head office is located in Sydney and incorporates sales, marketing and administration departments. We also have branches in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth to provide a comprehensive service to our customers. In addition we also have a sales office in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Please feel free to contact the state office closest to you for advice concerning any of our products. Alternatively, you can call our National Sales Hotline on 1300 799 300 or fax 1300 789 300.

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Our experienced and dedicated staff members are committed to growing Crompton Lighting through excellence in customer care and service.


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