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Wireless Occupancy Sensor Lighting Controls
Wireless connected PIR and Microwave sensors
A high-level PIR sensor (up to 12m) and wireless node, housed in an IP56 enclosure. The system can communicate with, and control any other node-connected light in the wireless mesh network.
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- Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
- Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598
What are PIR and Microwave SENSORS for?
A wireless PIR or microwave sensor allows you to include occupancy as part of the control solution. This is most beneficial for areas that are not occupied all the time. Energy and running costs can reduce by >>90%. Multi-step dimming can be included so that lights settle at a pre-defined level, e.g. 20%, then turn up to 100% when someone activates the sensor.
Lights can be controlled by more than one sensor. For example, multiple sensors positioned down an aisle in a warehouse could activate all the lights in the aisle. This ensures that all lights turn on, irrespective of which end you enter the aisle from.
Alternatively, sensors can control over-lapping groups of lights, effectively creating a "ripple" effect - lights dimming up and down as an occupant passes through an area.
The occupancy sensor only requires a 230VAC power supply. The enclosure includes a wireless node which allows it to communicate wirelessly with all other nodes in the control system.
Other parts that can be included in the wireless control system include:
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