- Item Weight: 191 g
- Shipping Weight: 181 g
- Item model number: SMS500
- ASIN: B000VTRAQM
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 15 2013
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RAB Lighting SMS500 Mini Sensor, 180 Degrees Detection Pattern, 500W Power, 120V, Bronze Color
- 500W incandescent switching capacity, 240W fluorescent switching capacity
- 180 degrees of detection coverage
- LED indicator remains on day and night
- Built-in surge protector withstands up to 3,000V
- Adjustable switch-on time, ambient light sensitivity, and motion sensitivity
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This RAB Lighting SMS500 bronze-colored mini sensor provides 500 watts of incandescent switching capacity, 240 watts of fluorescent switching capacity, and 180 degrees of detection coverage. It is suitable for indoor or outdoor automatic light switching. It has an LED indicator that remains on day and night and a built-in surge protector that withstands up to 3,000V. Its switch-on time, ambient light sensitivity, and motion sensitivity are adjustable, and its photoelectric control deactivates lights during daylight. It is not compatible with instant start ballasts. This Mini sensor is Underwriters Laboratories (UL) listed as suitable for use in wet locations. It can be used in a variety of indoor and outdoor light switching applications.SpecificationsSwitching capacity500W incandescent, 240W fluorescentPower rating120VACPower consumptionNegligibleTime adjustment5 seconds to 15 minutesStandards metUL listedWeight0.5 lb.Dimensions*1-5/8 x 4 inches/4.1 x 10.2 cm (H x D)*H is height, the vertical distance from bottom to top; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.RAB Lighting manufactures LED, metal halide, and high-pressure sodium lighting fixtures and controls for indoor and outdoor applications. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Northvale, NJ.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
These RAB units work so much better. Literally no false detections. Turn on for me walking around every time.
Hard to believe the originals were such junk compared to these RAB ones.
Bought replacement and the unit works as advertised.
I thought since the cheap motion sensors from the big box stores were so unreliable out of the box with short lifespan (typically $20 ea) a unit at $50+ would fare better.
The unit fail right out of the box. I gave it two because I like the size and features.
Have two new post lamps w/3 60W incandescent bulbs each working manually fed by a 15A GFCI breaker with no other connections or loads. When the sensor wired in properly the GFCI tripped every time power was applied. I removed one of the post lamps so only tried to control one post lamp w/3 60W candelabra bulbs. This time the GFCI did not trip but the single lamp did not light even on test mode. The input black wire was "hot" as indicated by my Fluke tester, but the red "switched" output never turned on. All neutral wires (white) are tied together. I've wired hundreds of devices including motion sensors and replaced AC Main Service boxes, so I'm not an amateur. I've initiated a return and will try this model one more time.