Dual mode IR Sensor Switch - Customer Questions

Frequently Asked Questions by Oznium Customers

How do you mount this device?
Most people use double sided 3M tape, velcro, or epoxy.
Can this be used in reverse. i.e for example. I want to use it to control a ventilation fan on a camper trailer fridge draw 12v. So when the door is closed the fan will operate (Covering the sensor) and when open stop running. So as to conserve battery power.
Since you want the switch to close a circuit when something is blocking the IR sensor, you can use a 5-pin relay to achieve this.

Will it control LED lights? - by Don (Yuma Arizona)
How long is the switch, my walls are only 4" thick. - by Don (Yuma Arizona)
Dimensions: 0.67" x 0.67" x 2.08" (17 x 17 x 53 mm)
What is the activation range for this switch?
As shown on the "Technical Info" tab...
Distance of Detection: 3-10 cm (1.2" to 3.9")
If I use this in a truck how much amperage draw is there when off?? Is it a concern with a truck battery?? I want this to trigger puddle lighting for each of four doors of a crew cab. So this means with four of these switches installed is there a large current loss?? - by Ron (Concord, Ohio)
The current draw in "standby mode" is 8 mA.
Is it 120volt or 12 v
12V DC
What is the IP rating? - by Colin (Mobile, AL)
Not sure, made for inside use.
does this draw any current while it is off.
Yes (there's no way it'd work otherwise)