Roaming To Turn The Lights On/Off
The building staff has more important things to do than to roam the building constantly just to take care of the lights. When a building is first constructed, many lights, both big and small, have not taken energy saving into consideration and have not taken any measures in this regard. But later when energy savings become an issue, changing the conduits and wiring become difficult and an impossible to have a central monitoring system installed.
Wiring Layout for a CMS is Complicated
Unlike a central monitoring system on a large scale, many spaces would only need a partial implementation of a local energy saving control method, such as in a wall switch but equipped with some smart capability. Although the effect would not equal that of an actual lighting control system, but the tradeoff is that wiring layout changes are minimal and suitable on a small scale and have low cost of entry. This is a more realistic and appropriate approach for buildings with lower expectations or existing buildings.
The lighting and air conditioning are both there to serve people, if there are no people present, then there is no need for the lights. The lights are for people and not for the building.
- The various facilities of a public building is for open to the public and is not for private use.
- People consider public lighting to be similar to the air conditioning in that it is always kept on, and is the responsibility of the building staff to operate.
- As a result, people leave the lights on, which results in much wasted energy.
- The solution: which is also the main focus of having energy saving switches, is to have the lighting, peoples behavior and the usage of the space be combined into a unified system of control.
For public spaces and rooms which are distributed all over, they often encounter a situation where the lights are not turned off after using, which is a primary source of wasted energy. But the wiring in a building is not easy to modify, energy saving switches provide an easy alternative to rectify the problem.
In order to accommodate the need for energy saving control in building spaces, especially for existing buildings, wherein making major renovations to the wiring is not possible, a much simpler energy saving product has been developed to cover such a situation.
Combines a wall switch with sensors to create a smart energy saving solution that is easy to implement.
After a simple setup, the product
The product can be used immediately after some simple setup, there is no need to rely on a central host in order to operate.
Hallways, Stairwells, Restrooms, Single Rooms
Traditional energy saving control with sensors - people come, lights on; people leave, lights off - having the following disadvantages:
- When the sensor switches on and off too frequently, both the lamps and relays suffer substantial wear and tear.
- It is not practical to install multiple sensors thoughout the length of a long hallway.
- The relay is unable to withstand the too frequent switching on of high starting current of LEDs and energy saving lamps, which results in accelarated aging, and difficulty in maintenance.
Energy saving designed for local and with the characteristics of the space
Selecting a solution that is straightforward and easy to install is the right choice.