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Telensa T2E1N G-1 Wireless Node Photocell

Telensa T2E1N G-1 Wireless Node Photocell

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Today I received this Telensa type T2E1N G-1 Photocell, it has a standard 3 pin NEMA Plug, and also 2 contact strip for Dali Controls (to Dim/Monitor street lights), I am not sure if this needs to be set up and programmed to operate, or if it can it be used as a normal Photocell, example inserted in to a Street light Photocell socket and will it work without the need to be set up/ programmed.

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Telensa
Model Reference:T2E1N G-1
Lamp
Lamp Type:All
Base:5 Contact NEMA Base
Fixture
Fixture Type:Street Lights
Socket Type:3-pin NEMA base & 2 DALI Control Contacts
Photocell Type:Wireless Node Electronic Photocell
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Voltage:100 to 240 volts 50/60Hz
Current:10 amps Max
Physical/Production
Dimensions:85mm x 80mm
Factory Location:Unknown
Fabrication Date:2010's
Application/Use:Intellegent Street Lighting Control

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Jan 13, 2019 at 08:15 AM Author: sailormoon_01_uk
Tried this Photocell, sadly it switches the light off and it remains off,
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