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PIR Movement – Sensor

For use with Titon HRV Q Plus Range
PIR DETECTOR SWITCH

Overview

The PIR detector switch is designed to provide automatic control of ventilation loads. They detect movement using a PIR sensor and turn the load on. When an area is no longer occupied the unit will switch off after an adjustable time out period.

When the unit is first powered up the PIR sensor will always detect immediately regardless of whether the room is occupied. A selectable power up delay allows the installer to choose whether the load comes on immediately when the unit is powered up or is kept off for a small time (about 40 seconds) to allow the sensor to settle.

Features & Benefits

  • Movement sensor auto on, auto off
  • Lux level sensing
  • This version is a voltage free contact option and suitable for use with BMS and control applications.

Technical Information

Technical Information

Specification

Part Number – TP580

10 Amp resistive load
10 Amp incandescent lighting
6 Amp fluorescent lighting
3 Amp compact fluorescent lighting
3 Amp low energy lighting
3 Amp low voltage lighting (switch primary of transformer)
Fluorescent lighting (max 6 fittings recommended)
For fluorescent lighting total power factor correction capacitance must not exceed 40μF.
3 Amp fans and ventilation equipment
Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor

Supply Voltage – 220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz
Time Out Period – Adjustable 10 seconds to 60 minutes in two ranges
Light Level – Optional adjustment by thumbwheel light to dark.
Fixing Method – Surface fixing 25mm deep plastic surface mount moulded box.  Flush fixing 25mm steel wall box or 32mm deep cavity wall box.
Terminal Capacity – 1.5mm2
Material – Flame retardant ABS
Type – Class 2
Temperature  –  -10°C to 35°C
Conformity – EMC-2004/108/EC, LVD-2006/95/EC

Drawing and Dimensions

Dimensions in mm.

Wiring Diagram

The PIR comes with a voltage free output contact with the following connections: common (COM); normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC).
The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended height of 1.2m to 1.5m for wall sensors.
Note that the higher the sensor is installed the shorter the detection range will be.

  • Avoid direct sunlight entering the sensor
  • Do not site within 1m of forced air heating or ventilation.
  • Do not site within 1m of any lighting.
  • Do not fix to a vibrating surface.

Dimension in mm.

Documentation

Resources

Manuals and Documentation

Product Guide - PIR Movement Sensor (TP580)

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Catalogues

Ventilation Systems Catalogue

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PIR Movement Sensor - Catalogue Page

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