PHOTO ELECTRIC CONTROL D2

Item Number: HSC-PE2
Packaging Unit: 200 / Carton
D2 Photo sensing PE cell for controlling mains powered street lighting - designed to switch ON at low light levels and OFF at high light levels
Controller supplied in industry D2 format
Reliable hybrid technology reduces drift
High impact resistant acrylic case
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Product Description

D-2 Photo Sensing Switch

The D-2 Photo Sensing Switch is a light sensing switch for controlling mains powered street lighting, designed to switch ON at low light levels and OFF at high light levels. The controller is provided in industry standard D2 format. It uses an electronic sensor circuit, providing higher reliability and superior temperature stability of light level switching thresholds.

D-2 Photo Sensing Switch Features
• Hybrid technology - more reliable, reduces drift
• Electronic light sensor circuit for accurate light level operation
• Mechanical contacts for proven reliability
• Industry standard D2 format conforms to AS 1158-6
• 175 Joule MOV
• High Impact acrylic case
• Solid brass contacts
• Wide operating voltage range (185 Vac to 305 Vac)
• Switches ON in the case of light sensing element failure

Technical Data

All specifications apply at a Tamb of +25°C unless otherwise specified


ParameterValue

Nominal Supply Voltage 50 /60 Hz230 Vac

Supply Voltage Range185 - 305 Vac

Max. Load Rating700W (3A @ 230 Vac)

Failure ModeON

Operating Temperature RangeÔêÆ10°C to + 65°C

Surge Protection175 Joule MOV

Power ConsumptionOFF (day time) = 2.2 W ON (night time) = 1.3 W

Operating Light Levels*Turn ON: 10 lux (typ.) Turn OFF: 30 lux (typ.) (OFF:ON Ratio = 3:1)

Time Delay (at 230 Vac supply)Turn ON: 30 secs (typ.) Turn OFF: 25 secs (typ.)

Photo-cellSilicon sensor

Suitable D-2 Mounting BaseZ60160 (Sylvania)

*Light level can be set to individual customers requirement.

Technical Data
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