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Anyone know the difference in these PIR occ sensors?

Very little difference that I can see....

Where would you chose 1 over the other?


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For multiple fixture control, multiple low voltage CM 6, CM 50, and/or HM 10 Series High Bay sensors and power packs are recommended. For lower mounting height applications, CMR 9 or CMR 10 Series sensors are recommended.

Got it off sensorswitch.com
 

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I appreciate the attempt. ^^^^^^^

Not much info out there on what the letters and numbers mean.....

Picked up 30 from a lighting distributor in Philly, and none of these numbers are on them???????

My search continues


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CM - Ceiling Mounted
R - Line Voltage Powered
B - Box/Fixture Mount

CMRB 6 - HIGH BAY 360º SENSOR
FIXTURE MOUNT BOX • LINE VOLTAGE • PASSIVE INFRARED (PIR)

CMRB 9 - STANDARD RANGE 360º SENSOR
FIXTURE MOUNT BOX • LINE VOLTAGE • PASSIVE INFRARED (PIR)

CMRB 10 - EXTENDED RANGE 360º SENSOR
FIXTURE MOUNT BOX • LINE VOLTAGE • PASSIVE INFRARED (PIR)

6 is for high up (greater than 15ft)
9 is standard for low ceilings
10 is for mounting in low ceilings with a wider sensor range
 
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