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Inexpensive and analogue 1-10V daylight sensor / brightness sensor. This small low-cost module is mounted in ceilings on LED panels or recessed luminaires or directly on LED high-bay spotlights.
By changing the incident daylight, the sensor dims the light up or down. This of course makes sense where daylight incidence is also to be detected. For example, on window fronts or in the case of hall spotlights at great heights next to skylights. The sensor is analogue and reacts sluggishly. Not every passing cloud causes a direct flickering.
The 1-10V daylight sensor is simply set to the desired brightness value and then automatically regulates the brightness on the 1-10V dimmable track current side of the LED power supply.
- a convenient way to use daylight and save additional electricity. Depending on the location 10-20% additional
- very simple and inexpensive installation. The sensor is connected directly to the luminaire (1-10V dimming line of the LED luminaire) No laying of cables and wires.
- automatic adjustment according to the selected settings