1. PIR /Motion/ Occupancy Sensors
Excessive illumination, unattended overnight lighting, not using available daylight to its fullest capacity, not using discretionary light controls are the prominent reasons for the energy wastage in artificial illumination.
Incorporating lighting automation not only helps in controlling energy wastage but creates a visual impact about a need for a sustainable living and energy saving.
An occupancy sensor is a device that control spaces lighting according to whether space is vacant or if it is occupied. It reduces lighting ON time significantly, thus reducing energy cost.
2. Twilight Systems : Lux Intensity Based Day and Night Lighting Control systems.
We very well know about energy consumption at residential and offices, but at the same time a major chunk of electricity is used at places like Street lights, Underground parking, shop floor, warehouses etc. where number of lights operated at the same time. So it is important to cover these area too for energy conservation. As a part of energy saving, for such places we have developed a LUX based system, which operate on intensity of sunlight to On-Off the lights. It helps in proper utilization of electricity and save considerable amount of it. A sensor is used to measure the LUX of light, on the basis of its output controller will oprates the lights, because of which system avoid false alarm, and provide a better solution.
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