Daylight, occupancy sensors

Hubbell Building Automation’s WASP2 Occupancy and Daylight Sensor has added integrated dimming capabilities and is available for indoor and outdoor applications.

02/24/2014


Hubbell Building Automation’s WASP2 Occupancy and Daylight Sensor has added integrated dimming capabilities and is available for indoor and outdoor applications. Courtesy: Hubbell Building AutomationHubbell Building Automation’s WASP2 Occupancy and Daylight Sensor has added integrated dimming capabilities. Available for both indoor and outdoor applications, the Hubbell Building Automation Dimming WASP is designed to provide 0 to 10 V (Class 1) output for the control of dimmable fixtures. User-controlled dimming presets give you control of illumination levels while the Dimming WASP’s ON/OFF control feature saves energy by turning fixtures off when there is sufficient natural light. The sensor is available in end-mount and surface-mount versions in both line- and low-voltage options. Supported mounting heights range from 16 ft for indoor applications to 30 to 40 ft for outdoor applications. The Dimming WASP’s durable construction features interchangeable twist-on lenses to eliminate the need for field masking. The gasketed design of the enclosure makes it impervious to dust and gives it the ability to withstand water ingress. The product is UL and cUL listed. 

Hubbell Building Automation 

www.hubbell-automation.com



No comments
Consulting-Specifying Engineer's Product of the Year (POY) contest is the premier award for new products in the HVAC, fire, electrical, and...
Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine is dedicated to encouraging and recognizing the most talented young individuals...
The MEP Giants program lists the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering firms in the United States.
Control noise, vibration in building design: Tackling acoustics and design issues; High-performance building design; NFPA 99; Combined heat, power
40 Under 40; Stand-alone medical buildings; NFPA 92; Specialty fire suppression; Applying 90.1 in lighting design
2016 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote now; Data center Q&A; LED codes; Smart buildings
Putting COPS into context; Designing medium-voltage electrical systems; Planning and designing resilient, efficient data centers; The nine steps of designing generator fuel systems
Designing generator systems; Using online commissioning tools; Selective coordination best practices
Understanding transfer switch operation; Coordinating protective devices; Analyzing NEC 2014 changes; Cooling data centers
As brand protection manager for Eaton’s Electrical Sector, Tom Grace oversees counterfeit awareness...
Amara Rozgus is chief editor and content manager of Consulting-Specifier Engineer magazine.
IEEE power industry experts bring their combined experience in the electrical power industry...
Michael Heinsdorf, P.E., LEED AP, CDT is an Engineering Specification Writer at ARCOM MasterSpec.
click me