Microwave Sensor, Dual Channel, Remote Control Option

Microwave Sensor, Dual Channel, Remote Control Option

Microwave Sensor, Dual Channel, Remote Control Option

Item Number: 752HF2RC

RRP (Inc. GST)



Qty UoM EAN Colour



Range of product

ARGUS standard movement detector



Product or component type

presence detector

Colour tint



Environmental Disclosure


REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

China RoHS Regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

EU RoHS Directive

Not compliant

Load type

  • LED lighting: : 100 W
  • incandescent lamps: : 2000 W - 230 V
  • halogen lamp: : 1000 W - 230 V
  • fluorescent tube: 900 VA
  • compact fluorescent lamp: : 100 W
  • motor: : 100 W
  • relay: : 5 A - 250 V
    • Output current

      10 A

      Number of channels


      Control type

      movement sensor

      Function available

      light control

      Light intensity adjustment

      10-2000 lux

      Device mounting

    • surface
    • flush
      • Mounting height

      • 5.5-10 m
      • 2.5-5 m
        • IP degree of protection

        • IP40
        • IP52
          • Others

            Package 1 Height

            118 mm

            Package 1 Length

            163 mm

            Package 1 Weight

            160 g

            Package 1 width

            138 mm


            The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

            Network frequency

            50/60 Hz

            Input function

          • switch
          • ON/OFF status
            • Output voltage

              220...250 V

              Horizontal detection angle

              360-360 °

              Detection face

            • radius: 7000 mm
            • radius: 5000 mm
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                Frequently Asked Questions

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                How many 752/CD2RC Sensors can be interconnected?

                There is no limitation for how many sensors can be interconnected.

                What is the replacement to the 752/225CUI?

                752/CD1RC or 752/CD2RC if two circuits need to be controlled

                Is there a dual load sensor?

                Yes, the part number is 752/CD2RC

                Can the 752/CD2RC do pulse output?

                From the installation brochure

                Output 1 (for lighting loads, connected to terminals L’ and N)
                This output operates in exactly the same way as the output in the single-load
                sensor unit and switches the connected load when:
                • Motion is detected by the user-selected combination of PIR and Ultrasonic
                • The ambient light level is below the set light level adjustment.
                Output 1 uses TIME 1 adjustment to set the switch-off time delay. The time
                adjustment can be set for delays from 5sec to 30min. The 1sec Pulse and Test
                settings are used during setup
                . Refer to Setup and Operation.

                Only if left in test mode


                Why can't I purchase Schneider Electric US Lighting Control products any more?

                As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.

                Product Line:
                All US Lighting Control product except Powerlink and MVP panels are affected. CBus, Occupancy Sensors, Low Voltage Switches, Relay Panels, Emergency Lighting Control Panels, Schneider Electric branded Current Limiting Panels, and Architectural Dimming Panels.

                US Lighting Control products

                Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiatives.

                See cross reference sheet attached for available completive cross references.