Wireless sensor unit for lighting

The wireless sensor unit provides full digital passive infrared, light level, and temperature sensing combined with a distributed intelligence control's architecture and wireless communication.

10/31/2014


The wireless sensor unit provides full digital passive infrared, light level, and temperature sensing combined with a distributed intelligence control's architecture and wireless communication. Courtesy: Enlighted, Inc.The fixture-integrated, digital, multi-function wireless sensor unit that, when connected to the Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED driver, enables any lighting manufacturer to deliver fully connected fixtures. The sensor unit provides full digital passive infrared, light level, and temperature sensing combined with a distributed intelligence control's architecture and wireless communication.Through the match between Enlighted's new fixture integrated wireless sensor and Philips Advance Xitanium SR, fixture manufacturers can create solutions that will help deliver savings and with capabilities such as controlling energy, maximizing workplace comfort and increasing productivity across a platform of buildings. Enlighted's sensor unit is targeted specifically for linear applications such as troffers and pendants in commercial office lighting.

Enlighted Inc.

www.enlightedinc.com 



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