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Topic # 102647 18-May-2012 19:14 Send private message

Does anyone have experience with this PDL module: http://www.pdlglobal.com/data/product_documents/681M16%20Module%20Series%20Data%20Sheet.pdf

How far out does it protrude (does it look ridiculous), does the lid make it physically difficult to turn operate the switch at all, and is the lid hinge shoddy/prone to breakage?

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  Reply # 627476 18-May-2012 19:21 Send private message

Doesn't stick out much more than the switch - maybe 5-8mm off the faceplate cover. Looks tidy and is a good solution for protecting a switch being accidentally knocked.

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  Reply # 627482 18-May-2012 19:41 Send private message

Oubadah: Does anyone have experience with this PDL module: http://www.pdlglobal.com/data/product_documents/681M16%20Module%20Series%20Data%20Sheet.pdf

How far out does it protrude (does it look ridiculous), does the lid make it physically difficult to turn operate the switch at all, and is the lid hinge shoddy/prone to breakage?


They are really handy, we have one for our outside sensor light, it's also engraved 'sensor' so there is no chance of it been turned off by accident

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  Reply # 627517 18-May-2012 20:35 Send private message

You also get them printed with Fridge, Microwave, Sensor, Alarm, Press, blank, clear lid. About $12 each from Electrical Direct.




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  Reply # 627557 18-May-2012 22:04 Send private message

gregmcc:
Oubadah: Does anyone have experience with this PDL module: http://www.pdlglobal.com/data/product_documents/681M16%20Module%20Series%20Data%20Sheet.pdf

How far out does it protrude (does it look ridiculous), does the lid make it physically difficult to turn operate the switch at all, and is the lid hinge shoddy/prone to breakage?


They are really handy, we have one for our outside sensor light, it's also engraved 'sensor' so there is no chance of it been turned off by accident


That was exactly my intention - sensor switch always seems to end up in the off position.



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