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Encelium Technologies Expands Product Offering With New Line Of Occupancy Sensors

Encelium Occupancy SensorsEncelium Technologies has introduced its new family of low-voltage occupancy sensors. This product line includes a full range of passive infrared (PIR) and dual technology (Ultrasonic/PIR) low-voltage sensors available in both wall mount and ceiling mount configurations.

PIR and Ultrasonic line-voltage wall switches are also available as are 120V, 277V and 347V power packs. Any of the new low-voltage sensors can be converted to line-voltage use with a Power Pack (PPK-020/PPK-347) or a unique Power Base Adaptor (PBA-015). All of the sensors are customized for use with the company’s Energy Control System (ECS) with optimized factory presets for sensitivity and default time-outs.

When the sensors are used within the ECS architecture, parameters including time-outs, support zones, integration with time schedules, sharing of occupancy data with building management systems, and zone control, are all configured through Encelium’s Polaris 3D software. A first of its kind software application in the lighting control industry, Polaris 3D is used to commission, configure and manage Encelium’s ECS.

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1 comment to Encelium Technologies Expands Product Offering With New Line Of Occupancy Sensors

  • N. Jean-Jacques Ahounou, PE

    Let’s say I am using this low voltage ceiling occupancy sensor in a bathroom with a low voltage local override switch at the bathroom door.
    Will the occupancy sensor still function if the LV switch is put on off-position?
    I have situations on sites where employees were conplaining about sensor not properly operating. And we found out the system was improperly installed or the sensitivity of the unit was not properly adjusted.
    Another question to resolve the issue of sensitivity. Can we have an occupancy sensor which will self-calibrate on any area?
    Thank you.

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