PIR Occupancy Sensor
Uses passive infrared (PIR) detection technology to monitor a room for occupancy through a segmented Fresnel lens. This specialized lens divides the field-of-view into sensor zones. When a person passes into or out of a sensor zone, the sensor detects motion and switches the lights ON. The lights will remain ON as long as there is an occupant moving through the sensor zones.
Can be used for automatic switching of incandescent lamps and fluorescent and low-voltage lighting with electronic or magnetic ballasts. The unit also features a manual override switch that can be used to keep lights OFF while an area is occupied, which may be desired in conference rooms and other areas during slide or film presentations. The unit installs in place of a single-pole wall switch and fits in a standard wall box. The unit requires a ground connection.Ask a Question
Features & Specifications
Low-profile design eliminates obtrusive “scanning-device” look.
180° field-of-view provides approximately 2100 square feet of coverage suitable for small offices, conference rooms, classrooms, lounges and a variety of commercial areas.
Manual-ON/auto-OFF mode for installations where manual-ON switching is required but auto OFF switching is still desired for CATitle 20/24 energy savings.
Time Delay adjustment for delayed-OFF time settings of 30 seconds (for walking test), 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and 30 minutes. Allows customized adjustments to maximize energy savings.
Light Sensor Adjustable Ambient Light Override ranges from approximately 2 foot-candles (20 lux) to 500+ foot-candles (5000+ lux) to prevent lights from turning ON automatically during periods of ample natural light, increasing energy savings.
Fits in standard wallbox and replaces single-pole wall switch. Gangable with other units.