Data Center & Warehouse
Data centers, warehouses, periodical sections and showrooms are all places that occupy large spaces, but the lights need only be used for a short time and only for certain portions and doesn't need to be on all the time. These should make use of energy saving but practical methods of control.
Entrance: IS45 digital switch
Set As: All on, all off, and section group control
- A single controller can control up to 4 lighting circuits.
- Each channel can have its own wall switch or K15 sensor.
The digital switch at the entrance would have one button designated as 〝All Off〞, which when pressed would immediately turn off all the lights.
When a person enters to patrol the area, lights turn on wherever they go (with delayed auto off).
When they leave, a button marked "all off" is near the doorway, one press and all the lights will turn off and return to their regular standby mode.
Data Centers & Warehouses
Just Passing Through
Person comes, lights on; person leaves, lights off.
The digital switch at the entrace have buttons for designated sections, which turn on the lights and allow it to remain on regardless of the sensor. Upon leaving the button is pressed to turn off the lights.
Showroom & Product Displays
During work time or busy periods
Press the button to turn on all the lights.
Sensors during slow periods
People come, lights on; people leave, lights off.
Managed lights during slow periods
During slow periods, the lights are controlled from the facility manager desk.
Showrooms & Periodical Sections
Work or Busy Periods
Press a button on the IS45 to turn on all the lights.
K15 sensor control: people come, lights on; people leave, lights off
When no one is around, the lights are controlled by the facility manager