This is the simplest way to add some lighting controls to an installation.
Many of our products are available with a sensor factory fitted. You will find these in the SURFACE & SUSPENDED, AMENITY, INDUSTRIAL, FLOODLIGHTING and STREET LIGHTING & POST-TOP sections. These solutions save energy for the end-user and are quick and easy for the contractor to install.
Where it is not practical to fit a sensor in our factory we offer a range of sensors that the electrician can add to a fitting during installation. These sensors have to be ordered as separate items.
Depending on the requirement and application we offer 3 technologies:
An MW sensor detects any sort of movement and can be fitted behind the diffuser on a fitting. Microwave sensors are most widely used for indoor lighting control applications. For details of this technology, read here
Passive Infrared (PIR)
A PIR detects the movement of heat emitting bodies such as people or animals. They do not work through solid objects or from behind a diffuser so must always be located on the outside of a fitting. For details of this technology, read here
Photo-electric Cell (PEC)
A PEC detects the level of ambient light and then switches the fitting on or off accordingly. Dedicated PECs are mostly used for dusk/dawn control of exterior lighting. For details of this technology, read here