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Photocell - Button, 208V/240V/277V

Photocell - Button, 208V/240V/277V

$8.99
SKU: E-ACP2
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Overview

208-volt/240-volt/277-volt Photocell - Button. Field installed. Nylon light control shield included.

Recommended Use

  • Floodlights – with adjustable fitter mount
  • Wall Packs – back box field drilling required
  • COLOR TEMP
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    SHIPPING WEIGHT (LBS.)
    0.14
    There are no accessories for this product.
    Photocell - Button, 208V/240V/277V is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Photo-Cell Installed 5 new fixtures with button photocells. one failed within 3 weeks. replaced with Intermatic brand. would not recommend
    Date published: 2014-07-16
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    Hello, what are the dimensons of the 208V/240V/277V photo cell?

    Asked by: Suzanne
    The dimensions to this photocell are 2"H x 1"W x 3/4"D.
    Answered by: Janelle V
    Date published: 2017-12-13

    Are these button photo eyes compatible with the LED fixtures you sold us?

    Asked by: Randy63
    This photocell is not recommended to be used on all of our products. To inquire about fixture compatibility, please utilize our WebChat or call our customer service department at 1-888-243-9445 with the sku number of the fixture you ordered, for immediate assistance.
    Answered by: Janelle V
    Date published: 2017-09-18

    Ken K is a client of mine. What I needed to know was the max wattage capacity of the 277V photocell. I assume it should work for Metal Halide or LED as long as it's under the allowable wattage, is this correct?

    Asked by: Mazspeed
    We cannot guarantee that this photocell will function properly on other vendors' product, in which we have not tested it on. The maximum wattage load for this photocell with majority of the fixtures we offer to be used with it would be 1000W. We offer both LED and HID product that can be used with this photocell. For additional questions, please contact our customer service department at 1-888-243-9445.
    Answered by: Janelle V
    Date published: 2017-02-13

    What is the power rating of this photocell? Can it be used for either 250 W metal Halide or 120 W LED parking lot light?

    Asked by: Ken K
    The E-ACP2 is voltage specific, so it can only be used wired to 208V, 240V, or 277V. It cannot be used wired to 120V. We have only tested our photocells with our fixtures. We do have a large selection of PSMH and LED product that can be used with a photocell. All of our product we sell is not compatible with a photocell. To inquire on compatibility of a photocell and specific fixture, please utilize our WebChat or call our customer service department at 1-888-243-9445 with additional information.
    Answered by: Janelle V
    Date published: 2017-02-10

    I just received and installed a wall pack light and photo cell. The photo cell is not working. how do I get a replacement on warranty?

    Asked by: haslegs
    Please contact customer service at 888-243-9445 for warranty and replacement details.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-12-28

    Does it work for 120 volts?

    Asked by: Nico
    For 120V, please use the E-ACP1. Find it here: www.e-conolight.com/photocell-button-120v
    Answered by: Ashley H
    Date published: 2016-11-21

    I this motion sensor only or down to duck? Thank you

    Asked by: magy
    This product is a photocell. It performs dusk to dawn operation only.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-10-04

    How do I wire it. I only have two wired. Black and a white?

    Asked by: Jbg1
    Please see the second page of the instruction manual (http://www.e-conolight.com/pdf/Instructions/CI269X01.pdf), under the 'Wiring' section. Figure 10 will show you how it is wired, phase to phase.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-09-19
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