EPCO's Occupancy Sensor (OS) is the energy efficient and cost-efficient method to manage illumination systems in applications such as stairwells, warehouses, utility and maintenance buildings, storage areas, tunnels and more.
Installing our Occupancy Sensor can reduce energy consumption up to 45% or more by operating similar to a light switch. The sensor turns the lights on when it senses activity in a room or area, and then turns the lights off automatically after sensing no activity after a present time.
Two Occupancy Sensors are available:
Passive Infrared (PIR) Sensors (Options R1, R2, and R3) - shown in photo above: Recommended for ceiling heights 15-feet or higher. PIR sensors work as an automatic lighting control in high and medium bay location applications.
Microwave Sensors (Options R4, R5, and R6): Recommended for ceiling heights 15-feet or lower. This microwave sensor type covers a wide range and detects the slightest movement in its occupancy zone. Detection is sensed through doors, glass, or thin walls.