LED luminaires feature integrated sensor control system

The Metalux Encounter and SkyRidge LED luminaire families are available with an optional integrated sensor control system for occupancy sensing and daylight harvesting.

02/25/2015


LED Luminaires Feature Integrated Sensor Control System.

The Metalux Encounter and SkyRidge LED luminaire families are available with an optional integrated sensor control system, optimized to meet energy codes for occupancy sensing and daylight harvesting. Designed to meet today's energy code demands, the luminaires with the sensor system may be used for new construction or retrofits in enclosed rooms with one to six luminaires, where both occupancy detection and daylight harvesting control are required. The sensor system offers out-of-the-box operation using default settings, but when the application demands more, the sensor system has the option to make changes to one or more fixtures using a remote control. The remote allows changes to the default settings for occupancy, target light level, preset lighting levels and more.

Eaton 

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