Main range of productActi 9 product nameActi 9 IC product or component typeTwilight switch device short nameIC2000 provided equipmenttwilight sensor outdoor load typeincandescent lamp: 2600 W halogen lamp: 2600 W non-corrected fluorescent tube: 2300 VA serial-compensated fluorescent tube: 2300 VA parallel compensated fluorescent lamp: 730 VA (80 µF) compact fluorescent lamp: 170 W< 2 W LED lamp: 30 W> 2 W LED lamp: 200 W Complementary device applicationBuilding maximum power consumption in W0.5 W stand by [Ue] rated operational voltage230 V AC +10 % -15 % at 50/60 Hz maximum switching current10 A - 250 V AC pf = 0.616 A - 250 V AC pf = 1 minimum switching current10 mA 230 V AC100 mA 24 V AC/DC electrical insulation classClass II output typeDry contact accuracy+/- 0.25 s/day 25 °C contacts type and composition1 NO time delay20 s on80 s off light intensity adjustment2…2000 lux connections - terminals1 x 2.5 mm² screw terminals solid or flexible with sleeve2 x 0.5…2.5 mm² screw terminals solid or flexible mounting supportTH35 DIN rail conforming to EN 60715 height85.5 mm width18 mm depth67 mm net weight111 g overvoltage categoryClass 3 markingCE Environment ambient air temperature for operation-30…55 °C ambient air temp for storage/transportation-30…70 °C relative humidity90 %, non-condensing IP degree of protectionIP20IP55 (sensor) standardsEN 60669-2-1 Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product REACh Regulation EU RoHS DirectiveCompliant
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Toxic heavy metal freeYes Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS Regulation Environmental Disclosure Circularity Profile WEEEThe product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
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