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Lithonia NCM-PDT-10-RJB Low Voltage Ceiling Mount Sensor, Large Motion / Extended Range, 360deg Lens

Manufacturer: Lithonia Lighting | Catalog # NCM-PDT-10-RJB | OneSource Part # 4636919

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Technical Information

Applications
Cafeteria, Classroom, Closet/Storage Room, Conference Room, Examination Room, Hospital, Kitchen, Library, Living Area, Locker Room, Manufacturing, Open Office, Patient Room, Private Office, Restroom, Retail
Material
Plastic
Mounting Type
Flush,Surface
Type
Power Pack
Voltage
Low Voltage

Manufacturer Information

Family Brand Name
Sensor Switch

General Product Info

Color
White
Environment
Indoor
GTiN
00888791720754
Product UPC
88879172075

Dimensions

Warranty Length
5 yr

Certifications and Compliance

Country of Origin
Mexico
  • 4.55W x 1.55D (116mm x 40mm)
  • Small, unobtrusive design attaches discretely to a ceiling tile surface (surface mount), 3.5 in. octagon J-box or single gang handy box
  • The nCM PDT10 RJB nLight ceiling/surface mount occupancy sensors provide a range of networked sensor solutions for applications with finished ceilings (e.g. ceiling tiles, sheetrock, plaster) featuring large motion 360-degree coverage and 100% digital Passive Infrared (PIR) detection combined with microphonics to detect sound for applications where occupants are stationary for long periods of time
  • Program the time the lights remain on from 30 seconds to 20 minutes (factory set at 10 minutes)
  • Optimum mounting height 7 to 15 feet 7 to 15 ft (2.13 to 4.57 m) mounting heights provide 16 to 36 ft (4.88 to 10.97 m) radial coverage
  • The nCM PDT10 RJB nLight ceiling/surface mount occupancy sensors provide a range of networked sensor solutions for applications with finished ceilings (e.g. ceiling tiles, sheetrock, plaster) featuring large motion 360-degree coverage and 100% digital Passive Infrared (PIR) detection combined with microphonics to detect sound for applications where occupants are stationary for long periods of time
  • Save money by consuming less energy and reducing maintenance costs with no field calibration or sensitivity adjustments required
  • Microphonics allows the sensor to hear sounds that indicate occupancy even around obstructions