Sensor Switch IP-CMR-9 Line Voltage Ceiling Mount Passive Infrared Standard Range Sensor

IP-CMR-9 Line Voltage Ceiling Passive Infrared Standard Range Sensor
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Product Name: IP-CMR-9 Line Voltage Ceiling Passive Infrared Standard Range Sensor

Product #: IP-CMR-9

Manufacturer: Sensor Switch Corp.

Unit of Measure: Each (1)

Our Price/Unit: $142.80

Quantity of Units/Case: 1

Minimum Quantity of Cases to Order: 1

Your Price: $142.80

The CMR-9 Series incorporates the industrys leading Passive Infrared (PIR) technology into an attractive line powered ceiling mount occupancy sensor that provides amazing sensitivity to small motions and excellent payback. The CMR-9 is an economical approach to controlling automatic lighting needs in enclosed areas where a wall switch replacement sensor is not applicable. It is also an ideal choice for retrofitting rooms with concrete or inaccessible ceilings, or new construction with drop ceilings. For rooms with obstructions the CMR-PDT should be considered.

Color: White

Depth: 1.55

Diameter (in): 4.55

Frequency: 50/60 Hz

Industry Standards: UL, CUL, Title 24 Compliant

Load: 800W/120V, 1200W/277V, 1500W/347V

Time Delay: 30 sec. to 20 min.

Voltage: 120-277

Warranty: 5 Years

Weight: 6 oz.

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Customer Review:

Posted by Christian | 11/19/2011
I installed the sensor on a staircase ceiling and it worked exactly how I wanted it to... for 3 months. Then it stopped working and just remained on all the time. I believe the relay got stuck in the closed position, although the little green light that showed when it was detecting motion had gone off. The only good part about this product was the fact that company sent me another one when I called in to report it. The downside was they sent me a broken one. This one never worked from the first time I installed it. It appears on this one the relay got stuck in the open position, because it never turned on the light, even once. Perhaps the rest of the board is good and they skimped on the relay switch, but after two busted products I am more interested in writing negative reviews than I am in getting a replacement. I hope this helps!