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120-volt Button Photocell

Catalog No. E-ACP1
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120-volt Photocell - button style (for use with adjustable fitter mount floods or Wall Pack fixtures) Note: For LED Wall pack, field drilling of back box is required.
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    Catalog Number E-ACP1
    Weight (.lbs) 0.13


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    What photocell is required to operate 25 - E-HL6F11CSZ 144W LED Floodlight ?

    Asked by: dksisk
    We offer two photocells for this fixture, depending on input voltage. For 120V, you can use E-ACP1. For 208/240/277 you can use E-ACP2.
    Answered by: Heather
    Date published: 2014-09-17

    What photocell is needed for four E-HL6F11CSZ fixtures? Can just one control all four or does each need its own? Same question for six E-CC4LO3C fixtures.

    Asked by: RoyM
    The E-ACP1 can handle up to 5 of the E-HL6F11CSZ fixture. Also, the E-ACP1 can handle only 1 of the E-CC4L03C*.
    Answered by: Heather
    Date published: 2014-06-24

    can this be used on led spot lights

    Asked by: tspark
    Answer: Yes. Remotly mounted a photocell will work for all of our fixtures.
    Answered by: Heather
    Date published: 2014-04-09

    When installed, will the Photo Cell be rain proof?

    Asked by: BR549
    Answer: Yes the photocell has an o-ring seal.
    Answered by: Heather
    Date published: 2014-02-26

    Can a single photocell be used to control multiple fixtures? Up to how many watts?

    Asked by: BobR
    Generally speaking, yes but it depends on the wattage and ballast factor of the fixtures being used. Please contact Customer Service at 888.243.9445 to discuss your application.
    Answered by: Nikki
    Date published: 2013-10-31

    What is the wattage rating for this photoeye?

    Asked by: rw93
    999W. For fixtures 1000W or greater, use E-ACP1EXT (
    Answered by: Nikki
    Date published: 2013-09-30

    Can you please state the dimensions of the E-ACP1? Spec sheet does not include this info.

    Asked by: Sparkybrent

    I have an outdoor light that is located where a built-in light sensor won't work (too dark in daytime). Can the 120-volt Button Photocell Catalog No. E-ACP1 be remotely located to better sense ambient light?

    Asked by: GaryB

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