Facts – sensors for absence dimming

HTS Compact Passage

PIR occupancy detector for lighting control. Designed for ceiling mounting, recessed in a pattress or surface mounted in a flush wall box. The detection range of this sensor makes it particularly suitable for corridors, though it can also be used in other environments. A separate input allows the lighting connector to be controlled manually via a pushbutton or switch. The occupancy detector is equipped with a 10–1500 lx light relay, while the output is designed to suit HF-ballasts, with current limitation to prevent high start-up currents. The Off delay can be set from 10 seconds to 20 minutes and also features a self-teaching function.

  • Occupancy detection.
  • Long, narrow detection area.
  • On and Off delay.
  • Light sensor 10–1500 lx.
  • Pushbutton input.

Steinel sensors

Steinel sensors are available in a number of varieties that are adapted for various functions and detection areas. They are easy to install and deploy. It is always important to plan the location of sensors well in advance. It is better to opt for one sensor too many in the installation than to be over-confident about the detection area. All sensors from Steinel can operate in parallel.

HC001/S Sensor

Microwave sensor for mounting inside a housing or luminaire. Settings for sensitivity, lux threshold and off-time in fixed steps. The load over the relay is 400 W HF ballast. The unit uses microwave technology, which makes it possible to detect movement through solid materials, such as ceilings.

HC-IP 65

Housing for the HC001/S or similar sensors from the same manufacturer. Enclosure class IP 65.

Esylux Sensor

Ceiling mounted Occupancy Sensor with 360° surveillance zone, with a large range of up to 24 m in diameter. For use in offices, classrooms, conference rooms, etc. Particularly suitable for installations of heights up to 10 m, e.g. in sports halls, warehouses, etc. Extra switch for controlling ventilation. Additional button input for individual, manual switching on/off of lighting. Surveillance area can be extended by connecting a slave sensor.