This device detects the presence of a person (or living thing) in a space. The sensor can be used for people detection and energy savings. Many control systems use this device to turn lighting systems on/off based on the whether the room is occupied by a person or persons. Technologies used include a Passive/Active Infrared Sensors or Thermopile Array Sensors (Grid Eye).
Detects available light and sends a signal to the control system. This device is used in lighting control systems for the purpose of dimming lights based on a room’s exposure to sunlight. Technologies include NaPiCa Light Sensor.
A Human Interface System that can be used to control the lighting system by a user. Functions could include turning lights ON/OFF, dimming light systems, setting up timed lighting schedules, and more. Technologies include Light Touch (Tactile) Switches, Snap-Action Switches, Encoders, Potentiometers, and Transparent Touch Panels.
Dimming Control Board
Electrically controls the dimming and ON/OFF functions of the lighting system. Technologies include Relays, Occupancy Sensors, Current-Sense Resistors, and Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors.