Systems & Applications | Indoor Applications | High Bay | Sensors | Feb 26, 2019

EuControls Introduces Zigbee Compatible High Bay Occupancy Sensor

EuControls is excited to announce the addition of a high bay occupancy sensor to its growing wireless lighting controls product portfolio. This Zigbee compatible energy management device is ideal for new and retrofit lighting projects that require occupancy-based, multi-level lighting control at the fixture level.

The S708-P-DZB is a self-contained PIR motion and light sensor with line voltage relay designed for installation on the side of a lighting fixture via a conventional 1" knock-out. Commissioning and adjustment of sensor operation are made via gateway software such as Current by GE's Daintree Networks' ControlScope Manager and the Cortet Lighting platform, as well as other Zigbee HA 1.2 compatible gateways capable of energy management strategies. The indoor device includes an integrated photodiode that also allows programming of daylight harvesting functionality, further increasing energy savings.

This 0–10 V dimming sensor can be installed on fixtures mounted at 40' in warehouses, conference halls, sports facilities, hallways, and other large spaces. An optional, interchangeable low bay lens is available, providing a 13' detection radius at a 10' mount height. UL listed and engineered for long-term reliability, the S708-P-DZB uses a zero-crossing AC relay for safer operation. All sensors from EuControls are protected by a 3 year limited product warranty.

EuControls delivers innovative controls products demanded in today's rapidly evolving LED lighting industry. Our friendly Los Angeles based staff is ready to provide effective solutions for your unique lighting control needs. For more information about the new S708-P-DZB sensor and other Zigbee compatible products, please visit eucontrols.com

About EuControls:

EuControls is dedicated to the research and development of LED control systems. As a leading innovator, designer and manufacturer of LED control systems, we develop and continuously grow our products based on field applications and input from customers including many leaders in the LED lighting industries.

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