Multi-Sensor - Cooper Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
Fifth Light multi-sensor combines daylight sensing, occupancy detection, and temperature measurement. Sensor communicates through the Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) and settings and groups can be adjusted remotely. Sensor draws power from the DALI communication bus to eliminate the need for external power packs. All device settings can be programmed through software with no physical adjustments needed. Covers 600 or 1,200 square feet at an 8-foot ceiling height. Daylight sensing range of 0 to 400 lux.
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