Occupancy Sensors & Switches

From passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic to multi-technology occupancy sensors that combine the best features of both, we offer a wide range of occupancy sensors that can help you save energy and money.

Factors to consider before selecting and placing an occupancy sensor include:

  • Size and shape of area needing coverage compared to ranges of sensors
  • Obstacles that may block the sensor’s line of sight
  • How much activity there is in a space
  • Ceiling height
  • Airflow that can falsely register as motion
  • Location of HVAC ducts