High-bay occupancy sensor

September 01, 2008 |

Occupancy sensor for high-bay applications such as warehouses, manufacturing plants, and open-plenum offices uses passive infrared detection technology that compares the infrared energy from an object in motion to that of background space, minimizing false triggering from environmental conditions such as wind and other sources of air movement. The OSFHU High-Bay Occupancy Sensor conveniently installs to industrial fluorescent luminaires or electrical junction boxes to automatically switch fixtures on when occupancy is detected and off when the room is no longer occupied. Available with three interchangeable lenses for high-bay, low-bay, and aisle-way applications. Provides reliable coverage at mounting heights of up to 40 feet.


Leviton

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