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Why Install Energy Saving Sensors?

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Why Install Energy Saving Sensors?

Reduce Expenses… Install Energy Saving Sensors… Get Energy Efficient…

Energy Saving Sensors - In today’s competitive & fast paced economy where every Rupee counts and electricity costs are only rising, making a few changes to your lighting system is one of the best business investments you can make into your company. The return on investment is relatively quick, usually under 1 year. Pair that with much longer life and you can continue to reap the benefits year after year.

PIR Motion Sensor for Automatic Light Control

PIR Motion Sensor (Energy Saving Sensors) is a fully automatic indoor and outdoor security / courtesy light controller capable of controlling up to 2000W* incandescent or 30W x 20* fluorescent of lighting in day as well as at night. The built–in Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Sensor turns on the connected lighting system when it detects motion in its coverage area. During the day, the built in Photocell Sensor saves electricity by deactivating the lights. You can reduce your electricity bills by using PIR Motion Sensors & Occupancy Sensors.

An adjustable time knob lets you select how long the light stays on after activation & thus stops the wastage of electricity. In the evening or at night, you can also manage at what time the lights should become ON by the LUX adjustment knob provided in the Sensor.

Energy Saving Sensor:

By using PIR Sensor, considerable energy can be saved by switching off the lights when the space is not in use. Savings are huge in larger facilities.

It has been estimated that a single unit of energy saved at the end use point is equal to 2.3 units of energy produced.

If energy efficient methods are implemented properly about 25000 MW equivalent capacity of power can be saved through promotion of energy efficient measures

PIR Motion Sensor for Security of Houses

If PIR Motion Sensor is installed in front yard or back yard of your house, it works as Security Sensor in nights. As if any body jumps or sneaks within its detection range, the connected lights / Sirens or beeps can be activated automatically to create Panic to the Intruder.

What is a PIR Sensor?

A passive infrared sensor (PIR sensor) is an electronic sensor that measures infrared (IR) light radiating from objects in its field of view. They are most often used in PIR-based motion detectors.

How does a PIR Motion Sensor work?

The Sensor has two slots. When the sensor is idle, both slots detect the same amount of IR, the ambient amount radiated from the room or walls or outdoors. When a warm body like a human or animal passes by, it first intercepts one half of the PIR sensor, which causes a positive differential change between the two halves. The Sensor Switch detects the Infrared Rays released by human body. The light or any other electrical appliance can be activated automatically by the active presence of a human body within the detection range / coverage area & when there is no presence the light will be deactivated automatically.


Common toilets for Lights & Exhaust fans
Common staircase / Entrance / Basements
Parking areas / Garden Lights
Living room, Malls, ATM’S
Changing rooms in shops
Offices / Conference Room •Corridors & many more!

PIR Motion Sensors/ Energy Saving Sensors will itself recover its cost by reducing your electricity bills and will further save your electricity cost for the future.
Very easy installation (DIY), in – house technician can install.
No separate wiring required hence no additional installation cost.
No modification required, complies with current aesthetics.
Pay back within ten months according to residential meter and six months according to commercial meter.

Selectable Detection area patterns
Day/ Night mode option
Ceiling & Wall mount
Waterproof & Weatherproof
Selectable Sensitivity
1leap energy saving sensors

How to Calculate Approx. Monthly Electricity Bill. :

Fixture Quantity x Fixture Wattage = Total Watts
Total Watts / 1000 = Kilowatts
Kilowatts x (Hours of Usage) = Kilowatt/Hr
Kilowatt/Hr x (Cost of Energy) = Monthly Cost

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