Sensor luminaires

Eco-friendly and energy-efficient

Sensor luminaires offer a wide range of advantages. They can help reduce power consumption by up to 90%. They are eco-friendly and keep costs down. Sensor control reduces wear on the luminaire which results in extended service life and reduces product service costs. With an integrated sensor, the luminaire maintains its stylish, original design.

Convenient - no searching for a light switch

In addition to the environmental benefits and economic savings, it is convenient and comfortable not to have to look for a switch with both hands full. Examples of convenient locations of luminaires with a sensor are garages, laundry rooms, staircases, cloakrooms, showers and corridors.

Quick earnings - low expenses

Sensor luminaires are perfectly suited for residences, blocks of flats as well as commercial buildings. There is great potential for energy savings and lower operating expenses in owner-occupied flats. All sensor luminaires can be extended with wireless communication if several luminaires have to switch on at the same time; installation is fast and does not require additional or new cables. The sensors have the following settings: sensitivity/range, lux level and afterglow time. As a result, you can choose how close you need to be to the luminaire before it switches on, how dark the room should be before it switches on, and for how long the light should remain lit after the last movement is registered. Energy-saving sensor luminaires only illuminate the area when lighting is required. Practical, energy-efficient and cost-efficient - the best for you and for the environment.

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SG’s luminaires with motion sensor detect people’s movement. When movement is registered, the light switches on and remains lit for a preset period of time. SG luminaires with a motion sensor have the following features:

Range setting
Adjust the sensor’s sensitivity to prevent influence of movement in the room next door.

Time setting
Adjust how long the luminaire will remain lit after it registers movement.

Twilight Setting
Adjust the amount of daylight required for the luminaire to switch on when it registers movement in the room. Note: The sensor luminaires do not work as independent twilight sensors, only in combination with movement.

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Luminaires with a wireless sensor work as follows: The master communicates with all connected masters or slaves. It has 16 radio groups and each group can be interconnected with an indefinite number of slaves and master units. A luminaire with wireless sensor has a maximum radio range of up to 100 m outdoors and 30 m indoors. Master units are able to communicate across three radio groups (neighbour/floor control). Master units are also repeaters which extend/amplify the wireless signal. A wireless slave unit has no motion sensor and may receive an ON signal from a wireless master unit.

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Twilight relay without motion sensor. Luminaires with integrated twilight relay. Luminaires with twilight sensors switch the light on and off automatically based on a preset lux value. For details, see the manual.

Sensor luminaire with on/off function (sensor)

Sensor

0%

Without movement, the luminaire remains off. The sensor constantly scans for movement in the area.

100%

In case of movement, light intensity increases up to 100%.

100%

The light intensity remains at 100% for the set time period, 10 sec. to 30 min.

0%

If the luminaire does not detect any movement within the set time, the light switches off automatically.

Sensor luminaire with basic lighting (sensor/dimming

Available for certain sensor luminaire

> 1%

When movement is not detected, the luminaire lights with 2W. The sensor scans constantly for movement in the area

100%

In case of movement, light intensity increases up to 100%.

100%

The light intensity remains at 100% for the set time period, 10 sec. to 30 min

> 1%

If the sensor has not detected any movement within the set afterglow time, the luminaire automatically returns to 2W.