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Timers & Controls


Stainless steel brackets will avoid corrosion in exposed areas.


Still seeing “2D” fluorescent lights? It sometimes seems as if everyone has an


endless stock of spare tubes in a store cupboard, but they must run out some time and you can be ready with LED replacements with matching footprints.


drop down and are easily reached. It’s easier for installers to get the settings just right and have a 100% satisfied customer. There are countless cheap-as-chips PIRs installed that aren’t doing a very good job; people have experience of good PIR switching in other buildings and will be ready to upgrade, especially if the settings can be fine-tuned.


Atlantic and heading our way, it’s not surprising that outdoor electrical fittings can soon begin to show signs of corrosion. Outdoor LED floodlights in particular are not cheap these days – everyone has woken up to the false economy of cheap as chips units. So, it’s not unreasonable to expect the lights you do fit to have a long life. Wherever installers see a corroded floodlight


or the tell-tale signs of rust-coloured water having run down a wall, there’s an opportunity to suggest a replacement. For particularly damp and coastal areas, you can also offer corrosion-resistant models with all metal parts replaced by high-grade 316 stainless steel.


Ceiling lights with extra economy Still seeing “2D” fluorescent lights? It sometimes seems as if everyone has an endless stock of spare tubes in a store cupboard, but they must run out some time and you can be ready with LED replacements with matching footprints. Our mix and match bezels are a useful feature when matching lights to décor.


Easy access to PIR controls.


PIRs that users can control easily Adjusting PIRs is sometimes not for the faint hearted. It’s not even as if they are ever easy to get to once they are fitted into a ceiling. Adjusting their settings has always been a bit of a nightmare, with the risk of damaging the ceiling when pulling them out and replacing them in apertures only to find the timings and lux settings are still not right! Our twist and lock mechanism on the Mini Linkable PIR means that the controls just


Light switches with extra control Don’t forget that basic wall switches can be swapped for models with integral programmable on/off timing, delay timing or PIR motion control. It’s a simple swap for an installer to make. Past problems with LED lights flickering when installers try to use these automatic switches have been solved by Timeguard’s ingenious and inexpensive Automatic Switch Load Controller.


Ingenious – a fused connection unit FCU with time control.


The flickering was caused by the small


residual current that these automatic switches draw at all times, but fitting just one of these devices per circuit eliminates it and enables installers to offer a combination automatic control with the cost savings that come from upgrading customers to LED lighting. So there it is: lines that you probably


Automatic switch load control now eliminates flicker when LEDs are controlled by smart wall switches.


already have on your shelves that you can reboot for 2018 and give installers some nice little earners in the dark winter months.


www.timeguard.com www.ewnews.co.uk January 2018 electrical wholesaler | 37


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