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Old 01-31-2010, 11:00 AM   #1
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Angled Decora Plate


I've tried Googleing this, but can't find it, and I'm wondering if anyone knows if such a plate exists: an angled Decora single gang plate, the objective is to aim a IR switch out at a 30-45 degree angle from the wall. (I know that they make 180 degree sensors, but I want to use a combo IR-acoustic switch, http://www.sensorswitch.com/OnlineCa...x?sn=WSD%20PDT , which in my experience has an reliable IR field of view of only 130 degrees).
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