Control of the luminaires is via a flex7 plug-in sensor head operating at PELV. The 2 luminaires adjacent to the window are dimmable.
The luminaires are automatically switched on when movement is sensed. After the room is vacated the luminaires switch off when the timeout period has elapsed.
A second layer of control, in the form of daylight linking, is applied to the dimmable luminaires adjacent to the window. As the available natural light increases/decreases during the day, the window luminaires’ light output will also increase/decrease in order to maintain the optimum light level in that area of the room.
Installation time is dramatically reduced as everything plugs-in, meaning only the 4 conductors at the Distribution Box require on-site termination.
Note: emergency luminaires are tested via a hard-wired 230V key switch, often located in close proximity to the distribution board.