Applications

Simple and energy saving control method.

Basement Parking

Long corridors

Long Corridor

Stairwells

Stairwell

Meeting Room

Meeting Room

Classic Switch Shortcomings

Classic Switches
  1. Neglecting to turn lights off after use.
  2. Inconvenient, there are problems no matter how many switches are placed along the hallway.

User turn lights on, but not off.

Up, down, left, right, which is the right switch?

Regular Sensor Shortcomings

Sensor Usage

  1. Lights turn on automatically even when not needed, which wastes energy and also reduce the lifespan of the lamps and sensor.
  2. Usually installed high up in the ceiling makiing it difficult to service or maintain.

Multiple sensors needed to cover entire hallway.

Loads with high starting currents can harm and easily damage the sensor.

Introduction

K86 wiring diagram

Basic Functionality

  • Power resetting - lights won't turn on even if power is supplied.
  • Can be used with classic button or rocker switches.
  • Separate models available for 110VAC and 220VAC.
  • Up to 3A load, no arcing contactless control (triac based, no relay contacts)
  • Three typical usages:
    1. Multiple access control with delayed auto off (Hallways)
    2. Power supplied but lights won't turn on (Single Rooms)
    3. Lights on only, no off (Ball courts)

Control Modes

Hallways

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Hallways Wiring Improvement

Single Rooms

When the occupant leaves and forgets to turn off the lights then much energy will be wasted, how can this be prevented?

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Outdoor Ball Court

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