JL-403 Light Control Switch
Rate voltage:
2nd Lock-Nut needed:
2nd Lock-Nut needed
cULus Holographic Label applied:
cULus Holographic Label applied
Flat Gasket :
Flat Gasket
Length:
Customizable

Ordering Information

*JL-403C **07 ***L ****M *****N

*:The Model Number

**:Lead Length

***:2nd Lock-Nut needed

L=2nd Lock-Nut needed

****:cULus Holographic Label applied

M=cULus Holographic Label applied

*****:Flat Gasket

N=Flat Gasket

Product Summary

The street light sensor automatic switch JL-403 is applicable to control the street lighting, passage lighting and doorway lighting automatically in accordance with the ambient lighting level.

This product is designed with electronic circuits. Its quicker response with time delay of 3-10 seconds offers easy-to-test feature. Especially, model JL-403C provides a wide voltage range for customer applications under almost power supplies. 

Further, a preset 3-10 seconds time-delay might avoid mis-operation due to spotlight or lightning during the night time

This product has been listed by UL Inc and is comply with the Standard for Non-industrial Photoelectric Switches for Lighting Control UL773A.


Technical Data

Model No.JL-403C
Rated Voltage120-277VAC
Rated Frequency50/60Hz
Rated Loading

500W Tungsten,

850VA Ballast

5A E-Ballast

Power consumption2W
Operate Level

10~20Lx   On

30~80Lx   Off

Ambient Temperature-40℃ ~ +70℃
Related Humidity99%RH
Overall Dimensions54.5(L) x 29(W) x 44(H)mm
Leads Length180mm or Customer request (AWG#18)


Installation

Disconnect power; wire the color coded receptacle according to the diagram below. 

Push the photocontroller on and twist it clockwise to lock it into the receptacle. 

Install the photocontroller with the Photocell facing the NORTH direction as indicated on the top of the photocontroller. 

Adjust the receptacle position if necessary.


Initial Testing

It is normal for the SWITCH to take several minutes to turn off when first installed.

To test “turn on” during daytime, cover its eye with sliding the metal strip mounted.

Do not cover with finger because light traveling through fingers may be great enough to keep the switch open.

Test will take approximately 2 minutes.