Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors
Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors maximize energy savings, ensuring that lights are turned on when occupied and turned off or to a lower level when spaces are unoccupied or adequate daylight exists.
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Value that Specifically Names the Type/the Application Value of the Closest Piece of Equipment/the Designated Type of Construction/the Generic Type/the Manufacturer Type Designation/the Specific Function/the Type of Application
Number of devices in a wall box or a wall plate
Number of Gangs
The amount of switches on the plate.
Something that Serves as a Support, Setting, or Backing for the item
The Maximum Amount of Power Which the item can withstand or Operate without any performance Loss
A Device that Establishes a Connection Between Two or More Units.
The Dimension Through an Object as Opposed to its Length or Width
The Minimum Input Which the Device can Sense and Produce the Output
The Act or Process of Constructing Which Includes Design and Manufacture Type
Style or Type of the Flat Piece of a Mounting Device
Frequency response is the quantitative measure of the output spectrum of a system or device in response to a stimulus, and is used to characterize the dynamics of the system. It is a measure of magnitude and phase of the output as a function of frequency, in comparison to the input.
Number of Holes
The Number of Hollows or Holes Provided in the item for Mounting/Fixing
The Position or Alignment Relative to Points of the Compass or Other Specific Directions
The Dimensional Specification of the Object Which is Set as a Target for the Sensor
The total Possible Sensing Capability of the Sensor, Beginning After the Deadband, and Extending Out as Far as the Sensor is Able to Reach Effectively
The Measure of any System's Spectrum Response at the Output to a Signal of Varying Frequency (But Constant Amplitude) at its Input
The Supplementary items Supplied with the Product Which May be Necessary for the Optimum Operation of the Product