After pir on isolator?.MY proclivity would be to run lne to isolator first then 4centre lead to pir then another 4 pith bend from isolator to light then looping to fan.I in one's own view would be inclined to be capable to switch off light from isolator for livelihood purposes as the dist game table is 65m away....Good wondering how the turn up of you would go about it? Thanks for your thoughts,I tried putting my concerns that there is no complex b conveniences to send to Coventry the light for support purposes but was told that the subvention wouldn't be our bear on and that there wasn't enough capital on the job to fit additional"un of the essence" switches,so will upright have to do as they thirst...the fan "isolator"is truly required for switching purposes,if the run on is anoying the old folks....lot of balls I be acquainted with. pir sensor , bathroom pir sensor , pir bathroom light switch , PIR for bathroom lights , pÄ±r sensor , pir sensor befitting for fan , fan pir , key switch...
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I want to install an outside light with pir, the nearest power supply is from a lights switch,?
Nov 09, 2010 by billy Bagnall | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs
I would find worthwhile an idiots guide to help me run a cable from an existing light switch, to another switch (that will operate the outside light) then to the O/S light itself.
I have tried to connect the light exactly to the existing switch,
an idiots direct is get someone who knows what they are doing!
otherwise you know what you are doing and can forget the idiots guide.
hoegaarden_drinker | Nov 09, 2010
Why does my PIR sensor-controlled light stay on constantly?
Sep 17, 2007 by John | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs
Yesterday, I was maddening to work out where the main switch was for my outdoor security light which works with a PIR sensor. This was already built into the house I bought so I had to experimentation. First I 'switched on' the light by putting my hand