Ex-Or introduces microwave presence detectors

Ex-Or, lighting, microwave presence detector

Ex-Or has added microwave technology as an option for its LightSpot and MLS Digital systems. These detectors can be installed in corners to control an area up to 20 m square. They have dual-circuit control and a regulating photocell to adjust light output in response to ambient light levels. They can control up to 25 DSI/DALI ballasts.

Both detectors can be programmed remotely using an infra-red programmed, and recommissioned the same way. They also incorporate scene setting that enables previously set lighting scenes to be recalled.

The MLS version is fully compatible with the MLS Digital managed-lighting system of communicating presence detectors interacting to provide fully integrated, automatic lighting operation.

The stand-alone LightSpot offers local manual control to adjust light levels or switch luminaires on or off using MK Electric’s wireless OneSwitch, which does not need batteries.

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