Lighting Controls

Last updated: September 7, 2016

The LightHAWK-MT occupancy sensor combines passive infrared, ultrasonic, and photocell sensors in one unit to optimize lighting control for energy savings.

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A wide variety of lighting control systems, from simple occupancy sensors to advanced whole-building systems

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