Green-Able occupancy sensors employ Passive Infra-Red (PIR) technology to detect human presence. The ceiling mount design enables optimal range and accuracy and blends into the room’s decor. Up to 10 remote sensors can be “daisy chained” together and connected to an Intuitous controller to ensure complete coverage in large areas or multi-room zones.
Conserve when the space is unoccupied
Green-Able uses wireless occupancy sensors and other innovative methods to detect human presence. When a suite or zone is unoccupied, the system enters conservation mode. The system constantly monitors the temperature ensuring an accurate setback.
Reduce consumption at night
Night setback while the occupants are sleeping is a further opportunity to conserve energy. This option is fully automated within the system and can be enabled to invoke moderate setbacks.
Lower equipment costs
The above conservation modes all lead to reduced runtime for your equipment. In addition to saving energy, reduced runtimes will lead to longer equipment life and a reduction in maintenance and replacement costs.
A reduction in your energy costs will translate to a reduction in the overall carbon footprint of your building and a significant reduction in your use of precious energy resources.
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