The Daylight Sensor can read and measure the surrounding light, converting the amount of light to 1-10V electronic signal output. A potentiometer is employed for end users to set the brightness level, so that the daylight sensor can read and measure the available natural daylight against the target value, calculating how much artificial light is needed.
This demand is then converted to 1-10V signal, to be sent to the 1-10V dimmable ballast or LED driver, which will then adjust the light output relative to the available ambient light.
|Life Expectancy||50,000 hours|
|Working Temperature||-35 - +70 °C|
|Cable Length||0.8 m|
|Dimensions||75mm (L) x 33mm (W) x 25mm (D)|
|Against Natural Light||10-100%|
|Maximum Permitted Cable Length||50m|
|Recommended Positioning||For optimum benefit, the sensor should be directed towards the ambient light source (subject to site conditions and location)|
|Extra Info||Can be used individually, with a microwave sensor or with a 1-10V microwave sensor|
|Switches off automatically|