Daylight networked controls

The NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open-loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window.

09/22/2015


The NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open-loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window. Courtesy: Hubbell Building AutomationHubbell Building Automation’s NXDS daylight sensor auto-configures with the NXRoom controller. The NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open-loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window. It communicates with the recently launched NXRC series room controller, which directs switching or dimming of the lighting. The system controls multiple zones of lighting within a space. The devices connect via standard CAT5 cables. The system is for spaces that require room-level lighting control, such as classrooms and personal offices. It provides energy-code compliance and auto-configuration. 

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