ANSI C136.10 & UL773 Dusk to Dawn Photocontrol Raintight Sensor Switch
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- Type: Automatic Sensor Switch
- Production Process: Normal Wirewound
- Feature: SemiConductor
- Certification: UL
- Trademark: JL or Can be customized
- Specification: 1pcs/Box; 200pcs/Carton
- HS Code: 85365000
- Output Signal Type: Switching Type
- Material: Plastic
- IP Rating: IP65
- Customized: Customized
- Transport Package: Carton
- Origin: China
|Rated Loading||1000W Tungsten 1800VA ballast|
|Ambient Temperature||-40ºC ~ +70ºC|
|Rated Voltage||100-120VAC, 200-240VAC 50/60Hz|
The photoelectric switch JL-118 series is applicable to control the street lighting, passage lighting and
doorway lighting automatically in accordance with the ambient lighting level.
This product is designed on the basis of electrical heating structure that provides time delay over 30
seconds to avoid redundant switching against spotlight or lightning during the night time. A temperature
compensator system provides consistent performance regardless of the ambient temperature.
JL-118 series is convenient direction adjustment after installation once an additional swivel is applied.
|Item No.||JL- 118A/JL- 118B|
|Rated Voltage||100-120VAC, 200-240VAC|
|Rated Loadings||1 0 0 0 W T u n g s t e n|
1 8 0 0 V A B a l l a s t
|On-Off Levels||10~20Lx On (Dusk)|
30~60Lx Off (Dawn)
|Ambient Temp||-40ºC ~ +70ºC|
|Body Meas.||41(wide) x 32(depth) x 72(height)mm|
|Swivel Meas.||65(L) x 35(Dia. Max.)mm; 180o|
|Lead Specs.||AWM3321, AWG#16|
|Leads Length||150mm or Customer request; AWM3321, AWG#16|
|Approx. Weight||55g (Body); 20g (Swivel)|
place screw thread of the SWITCH in knockout hole and fasten with rubber gasket and Zinc alloy lock-nut.
Wire according to the diagram in right hand.
Slide the mounted adjusting metal strip to have preferred On/Off levels, if necessary.
Do not install the switch with the Photocell facing artificial or reflected light.
This will cause the unit to cycle on and off at night.