In warehouses and other indoor high and low bay environments, the HBP Series High Bay Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy Sensors automatically control individual LED and fluorescent lighting bulbs.
An occupancy sensor picks up movement within its designated area. When motion is detected, the sensor sends a signal to the control unit. The controller detects the area is vacant and turns off the light if there isn’t any movement detected after a user-specified amount of time.
The high bay occupancy sensor is made primarily to reduce energy consumption in warehouses, distribution centres, gyms, and other similar facilities by automating the operation of high bay lighting. Sensors can work as a stand-alone control using a power supply or interact with lighting control systems.
The global high bay PIR occupancy 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.
PIR sensor technology is utilised by high bay sensors. Steinel has introduced the HBS 200 high bay indoor occupancy sensor, which is intended to offer energy and maintenance savings in industrial applications with high ceilings. The simple-to-install sensor is made to be extremely sensitive even when positioned at a height of 14m.
The sensor uses PIR (passive infrared) sensor technology to save energy by reducing the amount of time that spaces are illuminated while they are empty. Because there is less wiring required, mounting the sensor onto junction boxes or high bay luminaires makes installation simpler. An entire aisle or passageway can be covered by a single sensor thanks to its 360° coverage and detection zone.
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