Occupancy Sensors - WattStopper/Legrand - Facility Management Product Release
OCCUPANCY SENSORS meet the European Union’s directive governing the restriction of hazardous substances in electrical equipment. The RoHS directive addresses the use of four heavy metals, including lead, and two flame retardants used in plastics. The sensors use passive infrared, ultrasonic and dual technology to turn lights on and off based on occupancy.
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