Verve Vacancy Sensor Tech Sheet

Verve Vacancy Sensor Tech SheetPublication Type:
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Product overview:
The Vacancy Sensor combines occupancy sensing technology with energy-harvesting radio frequency technology to automatically turn OFF or reduce lighting in a space when it is unoccupied. Its primary application is where lights are left on inadvertently, and energy saving benefits are drained. The self-powered wireless vacancy sensor is designed as a cost-effective, energy-saving solution ideal for retrofit and new construction projects. The vacancy sensor is powered by built-in solar cell and uses a passive infrared (PIR) motion detector that sense changes in infrared radiation which occurs when there is movement by a person (or object) which is different in temperature from the surroundings. The sensor is used in conjunction with a Verve switch to complete the Manual- ON/Auto-Off application. Manual ON/Auto OFF

This application requires the lights to be turned on manually (i.e. Verve Switch). The sensor is mounted in a position that uses coverage area lighting to charge the sensor. The lights automatically turn OFF when motion is no longer detected for a designated amount of time.

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