Programming the lighting in your home or business is essential for saving money on your energy costs. With these sensors and lighting controls at the ready, you can easily program your lights to stay on or off depending on room occupancy. Our selection of sensors gives you plenty of options for creating custom lighting solutions in your space. Whether you want a wall sensor, a ceiling sensor or a motion sensor, our high-quality lighting controls allow you to control the lighting in a space without worrying about a light being left on or unnecessary energy being used. This is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution that you can easily incorporate in your own home or business.
Types of Sensors and Lighting Controls:
- Smart Automation. Giving users the ability to control lighting from their smartphone, this is one of the most versatile and useful lighting controls. These can be programmed to work with different lamp types, fixture types, and a range of locations both residential and commercial.
- Passive Infrared Ceiling Sensors. Ideal for larger locations looking to avoid wasting energy, these sensors activate lighting fixtures based on the temperature of the space changing when occupied. They can also be set to specific times to shut off the lights such as at a closing time for a business.
- Ultrasonic Ceiling Sensor. These sensors are designed for use in tight spaces where there is a limited ability to pick up on movement or infrared. Ideal for halls, storage spaces, and more, this type of device can save on energy costs in often forgotten spaces.
- High Bay Sensors. Made for use in ceilings higher than 20 feet, these allow for the fixture to either turn on or off while accommodating for this greater distance. Best of all, they will work with a range of fixture and lamp types.
- Motion Sensors. While some sensors work on heat, others detect motion as their cue to provide illumination. These are ideal for spaces both large and small looking to eliminate lighting being on when no one is in the space.
- Occupancy Sensors. Available in a variety of sizes and types to accommodate various needs, these are used to shut off lighting or turn it on based on when the room is occupied. These can be used in spaces large and small in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
- Photo and Daylight Harvesting Sensors. These are typically used with outdoor fixtures to turn them on at night when sunlight levels drop below a certain level, and then turn them off when the sun comes up. Harvesting sensors measure ambient daylight levels, and dim or turn off lights depending on the level of light. Both are used to help conserve energy.
- Wall Control Sensors. With a wall control sensor, you can set multiple times and days to ensure lighting only operates as needed. These are ideal for business or other areas where lighting is only needed at specific times.
- Wall Switch Sensors. Ideal for use in residential and select commercial applications, this type of sensor is ideal for tight spaces. They come in a range of options to meet several needs.
With so many options for sensors and lighting controls, we make sure that you can customize this important aspect to your space. Various mounting applications are available to accommodate your specific needs, including several options that don't require twist connectors for fast installation. We also offer various programmable sensors that can be preset with a time delay or other programmed lighting designs. This helps to keep only the lights that you want on at the times when you need them. Plus, our sensors and lighting controls are durable and resistant to tampering, making it easy for you to keep control over your light solutions.
If you're looking for ways to cut down on your energy costs and make your home or business safer, get these sensors and lighting controls from Warehouse-Lighting.com today. Our selection gives you plenty of options to find the best sensor for your space. Plus, you can purchase multiple lighting controls to take advantage of our discounts on bulk orders. Contact us with any questions you have, and we'll be happy to help you find the right lighting solutions for your needs.