The Magnum Energy Solutions (MES) Motion and Lux sensor (Mx-ML2) is a wireless, self powered, passive infrared sensor that ensures reliable detection of occupant presence. The Mx-ML2 is ideally suited for occupancy based lighting control and also provides for indoor daylight harvesting functionality, with a light range of 0-1020lx. When paired with a relay (Mx-USR-L1) and a wireless rocker switch (Mx-ESRP), the sensor creates an out of the box, cost effective, lighting control system. When combined with an MES gateway (Mx-eBox), the Mx-ML2 can be integrated into an existing BACnet-compatible building automation system.
Built in solar cells draw and store energy from available ambient light to power the device and keep it operational during periods of darkness. The device must be placed at the location where sensing is required and this location is dependent on individual application (refer to Sensor Placement Tips below). An optional battery back up is available for locations with low or no ambient light. The Mx-ML2 must be paired with a receiver (refer to Compatible Devices section). The device pairs manually to compatible devices by pressing the LRN button. For more sophisticated configuration, please refer to the MES AirConfig tool available at download.magnumes.net. The sensor can be mounted using screws or simply placed in selected location with double stick tape. It is recommended that the pairing of this device be done prior to installing the ceiling sensor.
The Magnum Wireless 3 Channel CT Clamp is designed to measure and report the AC current flowing in 3 separate channel's. Powered from any of the measured connectors, the measured current in all 3 channels is reported every 30 seconds.
The Magnum 1 Channel CT Clamp is designed to measure and report the AC current flowing in a single channel. Powered from the measure conductor, the measured current in the channel is reported every 30 seconds using the industry standard, wireless EnOcean protocol.
Single channel solar-powered sensor, with an intelligent transmission management, are used to measure the room temperature and transmit this information wirelessly. The external thermistor offers highly precise temperature readings covering a distance of up to 12 ft. The external thermistor is ideal for air duct temperature sensing.
Solar-powered sensors, with an intelligent transmission management, are used to measure the room temperature and room rH, and transmit this information wirelessly using the non-proprietary EnOcean wireless protocol.