Light Sensors

With motion, light level, and Infra-Red in one unit, the light sensors we supply allow automation such as turning on the lights when motion is detected.

Light Sensors

What are Light Sensors?

Sensors are employed in lighting for a number of functionalities. For instance, motion sensors can adjust lighting flux according to room occupancy.

They form a crucial component of a modern-day smart lighting system, picking up on physical characteristics and triggering appropriate actions within the lighting system.



Infra-Red Light Sensors

Infra-red motion sensors, for example, register the presence of human infra-red rays and trigger consequent commands such as turning on or brightening the lights.

In a similar fashion, if the presence of human infra-red is not detected, it alerts the lighting system to switch off or dim.

Light Sensors

Philips Dynalite Sensors

As value-add partners for Philips Dynalite, we are proud to supply its leading range of sensors.

With motion, light level, and Infra-Red in one unit, the Dynalite range allows automation such as turning on the lights when motion is detected or dimming when appropriate levels of daylight are detected.

Here are some of the great features included in Dynalite sensors such as the DUS90CS and the DUS3OCS multifunction light sensors:

  • Motion detection
  • Ambient light level regulation
  • Infra-red sensors
  • Daylight harvesting
  • Flexible mounting options
  • IP54

Energy Efficiency and User Experience

One of the most significant advantages of using light sensors in buildings is the ability to optimise energy consumption.

By incorporating these sensors, the lighting system in a building can automatically adjust to the level of natural light present in the environment. This feature can greatly reduce the dependence on artificial lighting, thereby saving energy and reducing the costs associated with it.

Additionally, with the help of light sensors, the building’s lighting can be designed to create a more natural and comfortable environment, which can enhance the overall experience for the occupants.

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