Danlers Extends ‘intelligent’ batten mount PIR occupancy switch range

Danlers, Lighting control

Danlers has extended its range of cost-effective occupancy switches with three ‘passive’ controls. Each control has a photocell over-ride, so switching may be determined by occupancy and lux level or by occupancy only. This is useful in low-light-level environments.

These controls are in addition to Danlers’ ‘intelligent’ batten-mount controls with a one-touch calibration process that distinguishes between artificial and natural light, resulting in optimised switching levels and enhanced energy savings.

These UK-manufactured IP53-rated controls can switch lighting loads of up to 10 A and can be mounted onto the end of lighting battens. They detect movement of a warm body within their detection zones (either 5 or 10 m variants) and include a photocell which can be set to between 100 and 3000 lx. This technology has a GB patent pending No. 1219746.3.

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