Danlers launches ‘intelligent’ photocell batten-mount control

Danlers, photocell, lighting control

Danlers’ batten-mounted ‘intelligent’ photocell switch delivers significant energy savings at low cost. Its radical new calibration process enables this control to distinguish between artificial and natural light, removing the site-specific addition of artificial light from any decision to automatically switch the lights on/off. This minimises hysteresis drift and reduces the risk of false triggering or ‘hunting’. This technology has a GB patent pending No. 1219746.3.

This UK-manufactured control mounts onto the end of lighting battens via the 20 mm knockout and comes with a 1 m lead to connect to the ballast. It can switch lighting loads of up to 10 A (6 A of fluorescent).

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