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MK Electric is set to make energy saving even easier to achieve with the launch of a range of simple to fit sensors. The no-hassle sensors promise fast installation and even faster payback.
The new range features two models – a flush mounting version and a surface mounting option. Both have external programming dials to allow quick and easy adjustment of time delay and lux levels and incorporate a PIR with 360o detection and a six metre range.
By adjusting the lux level, the passive photocell can determine whether to turn lights on or off depending on ambient light conditions and room occupancy. The variable time delay feature means lights can be turned off within five seconds of the last observed movement or left on for up to 40 minutes.
Installation could not be simpler. The flush mounting sensor has spring clips that allow the device to be inserted directly into the ceiling, while the surface mount model can be easily mounted onto a back box. No additional fixing tools or parts are required.
The new sensors can accept loads of up to 6A (1500w) of any type including CFLs making them suitable for all lighting applications.
Lighting represents, on average, up to 40% of a building’s total energy consumption; and offers the largest opportunity for energy savings. MK’s new simple to fit sensors can not only help realise the highest potential savings in energy consumption but also offer the shortest payback periods.
The launch broadens the range of MK’s sensors portfolio further, offering solutions for compliance to Part L of the Building Regulations, as well as being complementary products to the existing market leading portfolio of wiring devices, cable management and circuit protection.

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