occupancy sensor

occupancy sensor

An electrical switching device that turns on the lights in a room when an occupant enters and turns them off when the occupant leaves.
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Those LED luminaires, which have an integral occupancy sensor that can control their output through bi-level dimming, were monitored over a period of about a year to evaluate their performance.
Occupancy sensor performance is heavily dependent on environmental variables, including sensor line-of-sight, mounting height, pole sway, ambient temperature and lensing limitations.
In the late 1990s, a typical office environment included five cables to each office, a cable for an occupancy sensor, one for voice, one for data, and two spare.
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The Sensor Switch advanced occupancy sensor and daylight harvesting solutions offer unique and cost-effective ways to significantly reduce lighting related energy consumption.
The occupancy sensor will trip when the first person arrives, but it can't scan the room an hour later to see if all 30 workers showed up that day.
The wall pack's occupancy sensor was triggered just once between 12:45 a.
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For example, stairwell luminaires are good targets for replacement to generate energy savings, which can be increased by including an onboard occupancy sensor for bi-level control.
For example, an RF occupancy sensor detects the presence of people and sends an appropriate radio control signal to a wall switch with an embedded RF receiver.
The manufacturer paired its occupancy sensor and LED dimmer with a light sensor that was built into the LED light poles lining a walkway.