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    Occupation sensors

    I am busy with an installtion which requires a number of occupation sensors ... however they ones I have found are bulky units.

    I am looking for a small occupation sensor with a low switching current (6 watt led lights) is required to switch single lights.

    Any suggestions?
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    MCE do a small one , relatively cheap, I use them in cupboards

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    That saying once burnt twice shy ... eeish I am still trying to recover from the last bad experience using MCE products ... I am currently using a hager occupation sensors (EE805A) ... they have been in operation for about 4 years in office/staff room environments ... however for the current application I am looking for is a smaller more descreet sensor.

    Pioled had lights with them built in ... however they seem to have discontinued the range (could have had something to do with the short life span) ... I have been replacing quite few on them ... that when I was told they have been discontinued ... a pity because they would be ideal for the application.
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    Morning

    Iconic make a discreet sensor I have just install in a stair way.

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    Morning Ianís

    Yes this one

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