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Magnet’s Occupancy Sensors Lower Power Consumption

Magnet has introduced novel energy effective occupancy sensors for regulating air-conditioning and lighting to lessen power usage, improving reliability and to increase the durability of lamps.

Brian Howarth, managing director of Magnet, commented that these innovative occupancy sensors can be incorporated easily into any of the prevailing systems and aids efficient building management with various advantages. He added that if motions are not identified in the installations, the sensor automatically turns off the lighting, thus lessening power consumption. Low temperature is emitted from the lights, lowering the need of air-conditioning process and durable lamp life and fewer replacements reduce maintenance expenses. The lighting retrofit prevents fire disasters of older magnetic ballasts, he stated.

Occupancy Sensors

These unique occupancy sensors can be hanged or wall switch installed, and contain a green light-emitting diode (LED), a self container transmitter having no power pack and a quick programme time delay in the range of 30 seconds to 20 minutes, which can be chosen within 2.5 minute increments. These sensors also show no restrictions for minimum loads.

The wall switch decorator sensing devices are internally fixed and features patented dual-polar cabling with exchangeable thermal and load cables. These sensors also exhibit triple-mode and multi-way switching and self-sensitivity modification. The ceiling installable sensing units feature burn-in lamp timer mode of about 100 hour. These intensively responsive superior ceiling units provide continuous whole area identification in the range of 350 m², with coverage of 360° angle.

These specific occupancy sensors are ideal for stairwells, classrooms, restrooms, carports, offices, and closets installation. The company has wide expertise in the delivery, installation and maintenance of electrical systems and industrial solutions across Southern Africa.


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