Useful motion and presence detectors

You return home after a hard day – the motion detector in the corridor turns on the lights, welcoming you home. This gives you great joy, because the light is subdued, and doesn’t shine in your eyes – it’s time to rest. You enter the living room, another sensor starts the 'Relax’ scene – turning on selected lamps making the room delicately bright. A restful twilight is present, in the background soothing music can be heard playing. Learn what you can get from the use of these minor devices and their integration with the smart home system.

Motion detector

There are rooms in which one usually remains for just a few minutes (i. e. toilet, wardrobe) or through which one simply often passes (i. e. corridor, stairs) – in such cases, the use of a motion detector is the most comfortable solution. It turns on the light by itself when it detects someone’s presence. Additionally it has a light intensity sensor, so that the light shines only when it is really required.



Presence sensor with light intensity regulation

This sensor possesses all the functions of a motion detector. It is installed in the central spot of the ceiling, however has a much wider range for presence detection in a room. During intense work, i. e. at the computer, one doesn’t notice minute changes to the light level. The body reacts only i. e. when we do not see the text we are working on any more. We can go like this every day for years – and our eyesight will get weaker gradually. That is why the installation of a presence sensor with light intensity regulation is a great solution. It will keep the light level at your workplace stable. It works great on cloudy days, when it can quickly get dark and bright again.