As people move through the field of view, sensors track changes in the Passive Infrared (PIR) energy those people are emitting. Passive Infrared (PIR) is used by sensors with Passive Dual Technology (PDT option) to first detect motion, and subsequently Microphonics is activated to listen for sounds that also signify continuing occupancy.
This unique method detects only noises typical of human activity while filtering out constant background noise to dynamically adapt a sensor to its environment. Once occupancy is recognised, an internal relay in an auto-on sensor turns on the linked lighting load. In a Vacancy (Manual On) sensor, turning on the lights requires pressing the unit’s push button first.
The advantages of passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technologies are combined in a dual technology wall switch sensor, which can turn lights ON and OFF based on occupancy. High sensitivity to both minute and large movements, appealing aesthetics, and a diversity of characteristics are some of its distinguishing qualities.
Wall switch occupancy sensors from Dual Tech Wall Switch Sensor offer quick and affordable solutions for both commercial and residential lighting control applications.
All of these sensors are ideal for private offices, private restrooms, closets, copy rooms, and any other small enclosed location with or without obstructions since they have a sleek low profile design, soft-click buttons, and small motion detection up to 20 ft (6.10 m).
All of these sensors also include a patent-pending wiring technique that enables them to operate with or without a neutral connection. Contractors can quickly modify WSX units if a connection to a neutral is required by code even though they are pre-configured for wiring without one.
Every sensor in the WSX Family uses Passive Infrared (PIR) detection, which is entirely digital. For offices and rooms with obstructions, Dual Technology (PDT option) versions are advised as they add Microphonics detection.
The Global Dual Technology Wall Switch Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Launch of a New Dual Tech Dimming LightHAWK Wall Switch Sensor by Hubbell Control Solutions.
The LightHAWK Dual Technology Dimming Wall Switch Sensor has been added to the LightHAWK family of wall switch sensors, according to Hubbell Control Solutions, a division of Hubbell Lighting that deals with lighting controls.
A built-in photosensor, configurable working modes, customizable dimming levels, and passive infrared and ultrasonic detecting technologies are all included in the LightHAWK Dual Technology Dimming Wall Switch Sensor. Additionally, 0-10V dimming offers extra energy savings.
Users may quickly change the area’s lighting brightness thanks to controls for on/off and dimming. The LightHAWK Wall Switch Sensor also offers consumers the option of setting the occupied light level to a specified value or programming the sensor to activate at the most recent dimming level. Up to 1,000 square feet can be covered by it, and its detecting range is 180 degrees.
The LightHAWK sensor is equipped with the exclusive IntelliDAPT technology from Hubbell Control Solutions, which allows for automatic sensor adjustment decisions. Smart software evaluates the regulated area over the course of the product’s existence and digitally modifies the sensitivity and timer settings. Occupancy sensors with IntelliDAPT offer install-and-forget functionality with no maintenance required.
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