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.
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