OCCUPANCY SENSOR
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OCCUPANCY SENSOR
Passive infrared sensor
• A PIR will actually switch off the lights when no one is present and switch it on as soon as somebody enters,
Electricity
POWER CUT
The only thing we can do to reduce the problem is using electricity smartly and stop wasting it.
Electricity Wastage
• Lights Remain on in staircases when no one is using them,
• Lights remain on in toilets when no one is using them
• Lights remain on in parking when no one is present there Detection Pattern
IS9B
• Rated Voltage : 230V AC 50Hz
• Load Wattage : Max.1500W incandescent bulb or Max.300W fluorescent lamp
• Detection Area : Max. 5 meters radius
• Detection Angle : 360º around
• Time delay: From 10±5 seconds to 4±1 minutes adjustable
• LUX Control Level : From daytime to darkness adjustable
• Protection Class : IP44
IS9C
• Rated Voltage : 230V AC 50Hz
• Load Wattage:
Max. 300W incandescent bulb or
Max. 150W fluorescent lamp
• Detection Area : Max. 8 meters
• Detection Angle : Max. 90º
• Time delay:From 10±5 seconds to 4±1 minutes adjustable
• LUX Control Level: From daytime to darkness adjustable
• Protection Class : IP44
IS9E
• Rated Voltage : 230V AC 50Hz
• Load Wattage: Max. 1000W incandescent bulb or Max. 300W fluorescent lamp
• Detection Area : Max. 14 meters
• Detection Angle : Max. 120º
• Time-delay:From 10±5 seconds to 4±1 minutes adjustable
• LUX Control Level : From daytime to darkness adjustable
• Protection Class : IP44
Applications
• Common toilets, for lights & exhaust fans
• Common staircases
• For parking lights
• For garden lights
• For changing rooms in shops
• For corridors
• And many more
Cost Effectiveness
• In just Rs 1000 you save the most precious form of energy,electricity.
• One year warranty.
• Pay back within six months according to residential meter and three
months according to commercial meter.
• No accessories required.
• Very easy installation.
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