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Occupancy Sensor

Occupancy Sensors Are More Than Just Energy Saving Devices

Lighting controls come in an array of different flavors, from occupancy sensing to daylight sensing and harvesting (I will talk about that more in an article to come). Today’s occupancy sensors come with a lot different technologies built into them. One sensor can have a microphone, infrared sensors, motion sensors, some include optical cameras and so on. But they all have a simple purpose, to turn off lighting within in an empty room. Some have the convenience of turning them on also and the various types of sensors are used to avoid nuisance trips off (which minimizes users overriding the control). The ability to turn on the lights is what gives occupancy sensor their multitude of usage.

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