Explosion-proof motion sensor for hazardous locations

Larson Electronics' EXP-MS-N4X-AT-HV explosion proof motion sensor is designed for use in hazardous areas and is constructed of copper free non-sparking aluminum construction with a glass window front for motion detection.

10/17/2016


Larson Electronics' EXP-MS-N4X-AT-HV explosion proof motion sensor is designed for use in hazardous areas and is constructed of copper free non-sparking aluminum construction with a glass window front for motion detection. Courtesy: Larson ElectronicsLarson Electronics' EXP-MS-N4X-AT-HV explosion proof motion sensor is designed for use in hazardous areas designated Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1. The detector can be mounted at heights ranging from 10 to 20 ft and provides up to 15- by 15-ft coverage, and can be activated through a wall. The unit is constructed of copper free non-sparking aluminum construction with a glass window front for motion detection. The unit is wall mounted with a mounting bracket that can be adjusted vertically after installation. The housing features two, a ½- or ¾-in., hub opening for running electrical conductors in a feed through configuration. A bushing seal at each conductor opening prevents damage to wiring insulation. This explosion proof motion sensor is designed to operate on 120, 208, 220, 240, or 277 Vac electrical currents and can also be configured to operate on 12 to 24 V for low voltage applications. 

Larson Electronics

www.larsonelectronics.com 

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