Occupancy sensors

Eliminate waste, reduce energy costs, and meet local energy code requirements with the Square D commercial grade wall-switch occupancy sensors from Schneider Electric. The sensors' single- and dual-circuit models use both passive infrared and light-level sensor technologies to shut off lights in offices, private restrooms, utility rooms, and employee break rooms during unoccupied periods.

08/01/2008


Eliminate waste, reduce energy costs, and meet local energy code requirements with the Square D commercial grade wall-switch occupancy sensors from Schneider Electric. The sensors' single- and dual-circuit models use both passive infrared and light-level sensor technologies to shut off lights in offices, private restrooms, utility rooms, and employee break rooms during unoccupied periods. The sensors do not require a neutral connection or minimum load, and all models feature a 180-degree field of view, while achieving 300-sq ft of minor motion coverage. The three available models include a wide-angle lens, which features 2,500 sq ft of coverage at 8 ft; a long-range lens, which provides 102 linear ft at 10-ft mounting height; and a high-bay lens, which features 54 linear ft at 30-ft mounting height.

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