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Hi have a ir-tec ir 580q motion sensor is it possible to make it turn a 12 volt light on when motion is detected.thanks

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Yes you need to cut some tracks on the pcb look for the power relay and remove the track that sends the mains into this relay also note you can also run the whole unit an 12 v d.c by removing the voltage dropping cap and current limiting resistor.if you can send me an email with photo of the electronics i may be able to give more info.

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