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Presence or absence detector, 360°, 230 V, 24 m, master, one channel, for surface mounting

The presence or absence detector with one channel and daylight control for ceiling mounting is suitable for switching indoor lighting on and off. The detector is equipped with an integrated light sensor. Automatic on/off (presence detector) or manual on/automatic off (absence detector). The detection area can be divided by means of an adjustable cover mask. In conformity with the European directive for EMC and safety EN60669-2-1.

Product details

This product consists of several components. Below you will find an overview of all the component parts.

Presence or absence detector PIR 360°, 230 V, one channel, 24 m, 10 A , master, for surface-mounting. (white)

Reference code
350-20078

This presence or absence detector with one channel (360°, 10 A) is suitable for surface-mounting in ceilings and is used to switch indoor lighting on and off. The detector has a circular detection area with a diameter of up to 24 m that can be adjusted using the cover mask. The device with integrated light sensor can be set up as a presence or as an absence detector. When used as a presence detector, the lighting automatically switches on and off (as soon as the switch-off delay has elapsed). When used as an absence detector, the lighting must always be manually switched on first using an NO push button, after which it will be automatically switched off (as soon as the switch-off delay has elapsed). The device is also equipped with the ‘eco off’ function, which allows the user to switch the lighting off using a connected NO push button without having to wait for the switch-off delay. If the lighting is not switched off manually, it will be switched off automatically once the switch-off delay has elapsed. The device has an IP54 protection degree, a potential-free contact and conforms to the European EN 0669-2-1 standard for EMC and safety. The set-up can be performed manually on the device itself or via a remote control. The product can be used as a stand-alone unit or in combination with a maximum of ten slaves.

Finishing colour: white.

Specification description

Presence or absence detector PIR 360°, 230 V, one channel, 24 m, 10 A , master, for surface-mounting. (white). The detection area can be divided by means of an adjustable cover mask. Factory settings:

  • sensitivity of the motion sensor: high
  • application: presence detector, daylight-dependent, automatic on/off via PIR (as soon as the switch-off delay has elapsed)
  • push-button application: in the mode: ‘eco off’, the lighting can be switched off manually using an NO push button without having to wait for the switch-off delay. The lighting can also be switched on manually if the sensor has not yet registered any movement (such as a button outside the area). The lighting is only switched on if the amount of daylight available in the room is insufficient. Pressing and holding the push button switches the lighting on or off for two hours, irrespective of the detected movement and the registered light level. After that time, the detector resumes its normal operation.
  • switch-off delay: 10 min
  • light sensitivity: 200 lux
  • function: the detector activates the lighting automatically if the motion sensor detects movement in the area and the light level is below the selected lux value. If the detector no longer detects any movement in the detection area, the lighting is automatically switched off after the switch-off delay, unless the user decides to manually switch off the lighting sooner.

The detector has two potentiometers and six DIP switches for manually adjusting the settings:

  • potentiometer 1: setting the light sensitivity (20 lux up to light-independent)
  • potentiometer 2: setting the switch-off delay (2 up to 60 minutes)
  • the four DIP switches enable the selection of various functionalities: presence or absence detection, detection sensitivity, ‘eco off’ function, daylight-dependent or daylight-independent push button.
  • using the two DIP switches, the sensitivity of the motion sensor can be increased or decreased. Setting via the remote control: The user can use the remote control to set up the detector entirely according to his requirements.

Technical data

  • Detector technology: PIR
  • Input voltage: 230 Vac ± 10 %, 50 Hz
  • Number of channels: 1 channel
  • Light intensity range: 20 lux – 1000 lux, ∞
  • Switch-off delay: pulse, 2 min – 1 h
  • Detection angle: 360 °
  • Detection range (PIR): up to 24 m in diameter from a height of 3 m
  • Ambient temperature: -5 – 50 °C
  • Mounting method: surface mounting
  • Mounting height: 2 – 3.5 m
  • Relay contact 1: NO (max. 10 A), potential-free, light- and motion-sensitive
  • Maximum load incandescent and halogen lamps (cosφ=1): 2300 W
  • Maximum load low voltage halogen lamps: 500 W
  • Maximum load economy lamps (CFLi): 350 W
  • Maximum load LED lamps 230 V: 350 W
  • Maximum capacitive load: 140 µF
  • Maximum switching current: 165 A/20 ms – 800 A/200 µs
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 117 x 117 x 64 mm
  • Protection degree: IP54
  • Protection class: Class I device
  • Marking: CE

Accessories

Technical manuals

IR remote control for presence or absence detectors (360°, 230 V, master) with one channel for flush mounting (350-20070) and for surface mounting (350-20078)

Reference code
350-20089

This remote control is used for setting the presence or absence detectors (360°, 230 V, master) with one channel for flush mounting (350-20070) and for surface mounting (350-20078) via infrared transmission. The remote control allows the factory settings to be changed, including the daylight factor (lux value) and the time period during which the lighting remains on.

Specification description

This Niko remote control is used for setting the presence or absence detectors (360°, 230 V, master) with one channel for flush mounting (350-20070) and for surface mounting (350-20078) via infrared transmission. The factory settings can be changed with the remote control. The settings that can be changed include the daylight factor (lux value) and the time period during which the lighting remains on.

Universal remote control for smartphone

Reference code
350-41936

The universal remote control is used for the configuration of detectors via a smartphone app. The Niko Sensor Tool app is used to define settings and configuration and the universal remote control transmits the settings and configuration from the smartphone to the detector wirelessly.

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