|Note:||When mounting the front sensing type sensor, use M3 pan head screws without washers, etc.|
|1||Turn the sensitivity adjuster fully counterclockwise to the minimum sensitivity position (• mark).|
|2||In the light received condition, turn the sensitivity adjuster slowly clockwise and confirm the point Ⓐ where the sensor enters the “Light” state operation.|
|3||In the dark condition, turn the sensitivity adjuster further clockwise until the sensor enters the “Light” state operation and then bring it back to confirm point Ⓑ where the sensor just returns to the “Dark” state operation.
(If the sensor does not enter the “Light” state operation even when the sensitivity adjuster is turned fully clockwise, this extreme position is point Ⓑ .)
|4||The position at the middle of points Ⓐ and Ⓑ is the optimum sensing position.|
|1)||Use the attached adjusting screwdriver to turn the adjuster slowly.
Turning with excessive strength will damage the adjuster.
|2)||In case of using EX-22□ at a sensing distance of 50 mm 1.969 in or less, take care that the sensitivity adjustment range becomes extremely narrow.|
|Light-ON mode is obtained when the operation mode switch (located on the receiver) is turned fully clockwise (L side).|
|Dark-ON mode is obtained when the operation mode switch (located on the receiver) is turned fully counterclockwise (D side).|
|Note:||Operation mode switch should be turned fully till it stops.|
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