The subtle difference
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/3/2018
Light + Building recently closed its doors to the public in Frankfurt/Main. Which topics are people still talking about? Here is Stylepark’s retrospective overview of the fair.
Unobtrusive, compact, precise: The KNX Mini Standard and Universal presence detector is featured by the following characteristics. It is designed to control lighting systems, room thermostats, and other electrical loads as needed. The striking feature is its compact design offering several ceiling installation options: Depending on the particular room situation, the unit may be installed in a false ceiling, on the surface, or in a commercial flush wall box. When flush-mounted or installed in a false ceiling, the unit is hardly identified at the ceiling and thus does not affect the interior design of the room.
Focused detection, e.g. above office working places, in entrances or hallways, is a functional benefit. Depending on its configuration, the unit may be used as a ceiling observer, presence detector, or in signalling mode. Using software to parameterise several devices in parallel with several devices set up as satellite units being combined with a master device enables the detection area to be extended as required.
The five functional blocks of the universal version work independently of each other and can be switched between day and night operations. Each functional block can be configured as required for presence detector, ceiling observer or signalling mode (so that different tasks can be fulfilled with only one device that operates in the different areas of the room). If required, regulation of lighting is also possible depending on daylight. Additionally the three PIR sensors can be individually analysed as required by software. The setting and operation can optionally be carried out through infra-red remote control.
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