For end customers

If there are places in your building or on its territory where people occasionally stay, such as office, hotel or hospital corridors, inter-rack aisles of the warehouse, certain areas in the production buildings, underground pedestrian crossings, underground and street multi-storey car parks, you can reduce the energy consumption of lighting systems for these places by 40–80%.

This website contains a lot of information on the application of K2150 sensors in warehouses. This is by far the clearest example for understanding its capabilities and comparing it with competitors. But that doesn’t mean that our sensors are only for warehouses.

Today, it successfully operates at other facilities as well. For example:

- In automated polypropylene tube manufacturing areas, where the light turns on only when a person enters the automated manufacturing area;

- In the milk receiving area at one of Pepsico company’s plants;

- In railway car repair shops, where the lighting is turned on at full capacity only when a railway car is in the repair area and there are personnel present;

- In underground car parks of residential complexes;

- In the corridors of hotels;

- In Smart Pedestrian Crossing systems as a pedestrian warning sensor for a vehicle moving at high speed, which will not be able to brake unambiguously in front of a pedestrian crosswalk and could hit a person.

How do you calculate whether the sensor will bring savings to you in your building?

We need to analyze the intensity of traffic in a given area similar to the example of measuring traffic in a warehouse. For example, if, on average, one person enters the control area once every 7 minutes and passes it or stays in it for 1 minute, then during the day the lighting is needed only for three hours in this area, and during the remaining 21 hours it can be turned off or its power can be reduced by 10–14 times. That is, out of 8 time units of the total cycle (7+1), lighting is required for only one time unit, so the calculated energy saving in this case will be 87.5%.

Thanks to the high protection degree of the housing (IP65) and the all-weather version of the K2150, the sensor can be used in almost any climatic and industrial environment. It is moisture- and dust-proof, and can be hidden behind any radio transparent surface, e.g. be covered with a painting or poster mounted in an illuminated advertising or information box, etc.

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