Legrand launches lighting-control system

Legrand, lighting controls

Legrand’s lighting-management solution can pay for itself within 18 months. The system is easy to install and incorporates three different sensors and a choice of two remote configurators, making it applicable for all kinds of commercial establishments. Such control can reduce energy consumption by at least 30% by turning off lights in unoccupied spaces.

PIR sensors can detect the presence and absence of people and can be used in areas up to 45 m2 without obstacles, such as small offices and boardrooms.

Ultrasonic sensors can be used in areas up to 150 m2 with obstacles, such as open-plan offices and warehouses.

There is also a sensor that combines PIR and ultrasonic detection. It is suitable for areas up to 90 m2, with and without obstacles.

Remote configurators enable all sensors to be quickly programmed and reprogrammed wherever they are installed.

The two configurators (pictured) provide two levels of end-user control. One is a simple pre-programmed unit. The other is an advanced programmed tool with a display, precise digital settings, instant visibility of individual sensor settings and priority preferences for use on dual-technology sensors.

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