Occupancy sensors control lighting in self-storage warehouse

PIR
Among Danlers occupancy sensors used to control lighting in a self-storage warehouse in Bridgwater are long-range units in the aisles.
To controlled lighting in little-visited areas of its self-storage warehouse in Bridgwater, UK Storage has installed Danlers PIR occupancy switches. The 5500 m2 warehouse provides storage spaces for individuals requiring residential storage and for small companies with light-commercial storage requirements. A combination of long-range occupancy switches, PIR flush-mounted and PIR surface-mounted 360° occupancy switches have been installed. All have integral photocells. The angle of the long-range units can be adjusted to give total coverage of all areas of all the aisles between the storage units, with a range of up to 25 m.
For more information on this story, click here: Feb08, 105
Related links:



modbs tv logo

Peak performance from Quickfridge

Calling it a Quickfridge might be stretching it, but charity fundraiser Daniel Fairbrother made the most of support from Beijer Ref in the gruelling 100km Peak District Ultra Challenge.

LIA launches its new Website, Online Learning Portal and Member Engagement Platform

The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has announced the successful launch of its newly refreshed website, which went live on 2nd July 2024. This launch marks a significant milestone in the LIA's ongoing commitment to enhancing member experience and providing key resources for continuing professional development.