It is used to operate lighting systems consisting of fluorescent lamps and other light sources. The device registers infrared heat radiation to determine whether a human is near. Once a human enters a lighting area, the lights are turned on. And vice versa, the device turns off the lighting system if there are no human in the lighting area. The device can also be programmed to respond to the changes in the level of ambient illumination.
|Maximum distance to detected human, m||> 10|
|Aspect angle, degree||110|
|Operating lighting power, W||300|
|Supply voltage, V||220|
|Power, W: idle mode||0|
|Power, W: operating conditions||< 1,2|
The device allows
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