Motion control

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Rainman7, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. Rainman7

    Rainman7 LawnSite Senior Member
    from NY
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    Does anyone know of any motion control produts that can be used with low voltage lighting?
     
  2. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
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    James posted something a while back. Give me a second I will try to find it. I think I saved the link on my other computer
     
  3. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
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  4. ccfree

    ccfree LawnSite Member
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    Check out ABT (advanced bridging technologies) as they just came out with a wireless motion sensor. You can also look at the dominator by Nighscaping. Hope this helps.
     
  5. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    You could hire me. I will just stand back in the shadows by the house, cleverly concealed by some bushes or trees. When I see movement I can turn my flashlight on the moving object. This is 'Smart' technology! Well.....maybe not!
     
  6. Dreams To Designs

    Dreams To Designs LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Craig, do you know if the motion sensor controls one fixture or a whole transformer, maybe something in between?

    Kirk
     
  7. JoeyD

    JoeyD LawnSite Silver Member
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  8. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
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    Dreams It all comes down to how many watts the sensor can handle. If its a 300 watt trans and a 300 watt sensor then your good to go. But the only times I can see them being used are for 1 or 2 down lights along a trail. After Tim's comments on abt Im a little worried about installing their products. Also on a sidenote. Dreams would you like to meet up and have lunch this winter?
     
  9. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
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    I went to ABT's website and could not find info on the motion sensor
     
  10. INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting

    INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,102

    RAB makes a 12V motion sensor, but it is only rated to 75W or so.
     

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