Integrates with existing wiring to provide fixture zoning. Allows wireless integration with sensors and switches.
These self-powered sensors can be used in combination to create an average temperature reading of key customer areas to ensure more efficient HVAC activation.
Centrally controlled and locally integrated with occupancy sensors. Master schedules can be pushed facility-wide or to target thermostats.
Self-powered switches that install in seconds. Easily commissioned to support dimming and preset light levels.
Self-powered sensors that install in seconds, supporting daylight harvesting and thermostat temperature reset.
Allows the thermostat to leverage wireless remote sensor(s), in addition to averaging across multiple sensors.
Turn lights on when occupants are in a space and off when they vacate the space. Alternate Functionality: Partial-on and manual-on modes are supported for additional savings and for more stringent local codes.
Set the maximum light level based on customer requirements in each space to prevent overlighting.
Permit occupants to lower the light level below the high-end trim for comfort and additional savings.
Dim indoor and outdoor lighting when daylight is available. Multiple zones are supported where required by code.
Manage smart thermostats and sensors centrally to optimize comfort and energy savings via calendar and occupancy based setbacks.
Manage control of select plug loads for demand management and the elimination of phantom loads.
Automatically dim or shut off lighting based on centrally managed schedules.
Manage lighting and HVAC electrical loads to limit ratchet charges and peak demand pricing periods.