The Magnum ceiling-mounted Occupancy Sensor saves energy and adds convenience by accurately detecting when an area is occupied or vacant. It is a wireless, solar-powered sensor that detects occupancy using passive infrared (PIR) heat and motion sensing. The sensor transmits RF messages to Magnum lighting, HVAC, and outlets to use energy more efficiently.
Sends wireless messages to other devices whenever motion is detected
Harvests ambient solar energy to power the sensor and wireless communication
Mounts easily on any ceiling material
Works with other sensors for enhanced occupancy tracking
Built-in tests to confirm operation at installed location
Supplemental battery option for extreme low-light fail-over
Wireless Repeater which receives telegrams and re-sends them to enhance and increase the signal distance from the transmitter to the
receiver. Typically a repeater will be used when the sensor has been mounted too far from the receiver or there are obstacles between the
sensor and receiver which diminishes the signal.
Magnum offers the Pressac Wireless 3 Channel CT Clamp, 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.
Magnum offers the Pressac 1 Channel CT Clamp, 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.