Wireless Sensors Make Buildings Smarter

Osram’s SensiLUM wireless integrated sensor product family enables occupancy detection, daylight harvesting, and individual or group control of luminaires over a mesh network based on ZigBee standards. The SensiLUM sensor fits into an industry standard ½-inch knockout in any luminaire. It is compatible with the ENCELIUM EXTEND Networked Light Management System (LMS).

 

SensiLUM sensors offer 0 to10V dimming or the company’s DEXAL (Data Exchange (interface) for Advanced Lighting) control options. The DEXAL interface option enables bi-directional communication and power between the driver and the SensiLUM sensor. It is suitable for interior commercial office spaces that could benefit from predictive luminaire maintenance programs and rebates from utilities’ energy saving incentive programs that require exact luminaire-specific data, including power consumption, temperature profile, operating hours and diagnostics.

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The SensiLUM wireless integrated sensor is compact with an L-shaped profile (25.4-mm outer diameter, 22-mm height, and 63-mm length). The sensor also incorporates a custom designed mechanical shutter for quick field of view adjustments to avoid false occupancy detection. The compact design along with a rich feature set enables the SensiLUM sensor to be seamlessly designed into a wide range of OEM luminaires.

 

To learn more, checkout the SensiLUM product page and datasheet.

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