Lighting control sensors

The LightHAWK2 series of wall switch and occupancy lighting sensors are designed for building operators and features a built-in photocell as well as passive infrared and dual technology.

07/09/2014


The LightHAWK2 series of wall switch and occupancy lighting sensors are designed for building operators and features a built-in photocell as well as passive infrared and dual technology. Courtesy: Hubbell LightingHubbell Lighting's LightHAWK2 series of wall switch and occupancy lighting sensors are designed for building operators looking to control lighting in areas ranging from conference rooms and offices to hotel rooms. The LightHAWK2 is available with indoor motion sensor technologies including passive infrared, ultrasonic, and dual technology. All LightHAWK2 models include a built-in photocell that allows the lights to remain off when there is sufficient natural light when activated during commissioning. Other options include a dual technology sensor, dimming PIR sensors, and a low voltage sensor designed to work with a power pack.

Hubbell Lighting

www.hubbelllighting.com 



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