Ideal for offices and other commercial applications, these standalone and networked sensors offer a variety of lighting management strategies to ensure there is just the right amount of light when and where it is needed. They offer a much simpler and cost effective alternative to complex lighting control systems. The choice of solutions includes:

– Occupancy-based control – lights are automatically turned on and off according to occupancy
– Vacancy-based control – lights are manually turned on and automatically turned off
– Daylighting control – lighting is held off when natural light rises above a preset level

Where the standalone switch sensors are suitable for managing single or multiple areas, the networked SCS sensors and room controllers are ideal for easier management of larger areas such as an entire floor of an office building. Compatible with most lighting technologies, the setting and monitoring of the sensors is done via a remote control that allows 2-way communication.

To maximise energy savings in a wide range of applications, a selection of models using different sensing technologies are available:

– Passive Infrared (PIR)
– Ultrasonic (US)
– Dual Technology (DT)