The DT-300 Series Dual Technology Ceiling Sensors combine the benefits of passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technologies to detect occupancy. Sensors have a flat, unobtrusive appearance and provide 360 degrees of coverage.
Low voltage DT-300 Series sensors utilize a Watt Stopper/Legrand power pack to turn lights on when both PIR and ultrasonic technologies detect occupancy. They can also work with a low voltage switch for manual-on operation. PIR technology senses motion via a change in infrared energy within the controlled area, whereas ultrasonic uses the Doppler Principle and 40KHz high frequency ultrasound. Once lights are on, detection by either technology holds them on. When no occupancy detected for the length of the time delay, lights turns off. DT-300 Series Sensors can also be set to trigger lights on when either technology or both detect occupancy, or to require both technologies to hold lighting on.
DT-300 Series Sensors require no adjustment at installation, as SmartSet technology continuously monitors the controlled space to identify usage patterns. Based on these patterns, the unit automatically adjusts time delay and sensitivity settings for optimal performance and energy efficiency. Sensors assigns short delays (as low as five minutes) for times when the space is usually vacant, and longer delays (up to 30 minutes) for busier times.
DT-300 Series Dual Technology Sensors have the flexibility to work in a variety of applications, where one technology alone could cause false triggers. Ideal applications include classrooms, open office spaces, large offices and computer rooms. The DT-300 Series mounting system makes them easy to install in ceiling tiles or to junction boxes, providing the flexibility to be used in a wide range of spaces.
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