It’s reported that a third of energy consumption within factories and industrial buildings is attributed to lighting. Grässlin’s talis motion and presence detectors help businesses better allocate light and energy where it is actually needed.
Grässlin’s talis motion and presence detectors control lighting by identifying the presence of people in a room or in its immediate space by reacting to changes in temperature.
Once a heat source is detected by infrared technology, it checks the light level (LUX) and if the value is below a pre-set limit, the light is switched on.
When neither body heat nor movement becomes detectable, the light immediately switches off after a pre-set time. talis motion and presence detectors enable sensible and targeted usage of energy – all powered by the principle of passive infrared sensor (PIR sensor) systems.
Seeing the Difference
While motion and presence detectors function similarly – presence detectors continuously measure brightness levels and can switch off lights when enough daylight is detected. Presence detectors are suitable for areas where people tend to occupy space for longer periods of time, such as offices or sports halls.
While lighting makes up a big chunk of energy cost within factories and industrial spaces – there are even bigger opportunities for energy optimization here.
Whether it’s offices, meeting rooms, hallways, or the bathrooms – advanced lighting control technologies of talis motion and presence detectors help cut down excess energy by up to 50% while also increasing the chances of improving the building’s energy efficiency rating.
Streamlining the Solution
The ability to combine talis motion and presence detectors with complex time-switch clock technology and solutions for temperature and light control by Grässlin advantageously allows users to carry out energy efficiency through a single source.
Our talis motion and presence sensors also bring another layer of safety to any setting. Dark entrance areas, driveways or underground garages with such technology can offer early detection of others in the area and precautionary illumination of these areas.
Covering All the Bases
When users find their hands full when leaving or entering spaces, talis motion and presence detectors can help. Motion and presence detectors also give more control over heating, air conditioning and ventilation units.
The most common areas utilizing detectors include (but are not limited to):
- Meeting and Working Rooms
- Building Entrances
- Hotel Rooms
Ready to get started? Take a closer look at our talis motion and presence detectors.