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www.lightingsolutions.osram.com

Light is OSRAM

Light is planable
Sensor and control technology
for efficient lighting solutions

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Complete efficiency solutions
for commercial buildings

Well-being, concentration, productivity and safety are some
of the diverse demands prevalent in production and logistics
environments, offices and retail spaces that require coordi-
nated lighting solutions. Simultaneously, a sense of cost
consciousness and the desire for environmentally protective
technology is increasing.

In addition to the utilisation of daylight, sensor technology is
becoming ever more important. This however is not able to
exploit energy savings potential by itself, and efficient
complete systems can only be established by linking high
quality sensors to professional control technology and
suitably coordinated luminaires.

This in turn enables individual lighting concepts according to
requirements featuring long-term savings potential. System
components matched accordingly also provide simple in-
stallation and low levels of programming.

At OSRAM and Siteco, we plan and develop comprehensive
and understandable efficiency solutions. We previously
determine actual artificial lighting requirements with the help
of a data logger, and the results are used to define the
quantity and models of sensors as well as the most suitable
control package – achieving tangible cost advantages.

Saving energy with professional sensor and control technology

Contents



Service: Efficiency and transparency (data logger) 4

Sensor technology fundamentals 6

Overview of sensor and control systems 16


Step 1

Specifying a suitable sensor 20

Motion detection on surfaces 22

Motion detection in corridors 28

Occupancy detection 34

Daylight-dependent control of light 40


Step 2

Specifying a suitable control system 46

Switch Control 49

Step Control 50

DALI Eco 51

DALI Pro 52

KNX 53

LIGHTIFY® Pro 54


Step 3

Adding a coherent luminaire system 56

Overview of industrial luminaires 58

Overview of office luminaires 60


Step 4

Correctly combining components 62

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PIR PIR

The specialist for low corridors and storerooms: the PR 1
sensor head with special lens achieves ranges of up to
20 x 4 m with low mounting heights.This makes it ideal for
storerooms and small-parts warehouses as well as service
passages. The high-precision, rectangular detection provides
precise planning without overlaps and non-detected areas.

The sensor

— PIR sensor for motion detection of people and vehicles

— additionally with light sensor; aperture angle
2

= 50°

(see page 11 for more information about daylight-dependent

threshold switching)

— mounting height 2.5 ... 3.0 m

— detection zones: 1,400

Special features

— rectangular detection for optimised planning

— precise detection range setting with shields

Typical applications

— storerooms

— corridors

The sensor

— PIR sensor for motion detection of people and vehicles

— additionally with light sensor; aperture angle
2

= 50°

(see page 11 for more information about daylight-

dependent threshold switching)

— mounting height 4.0 …12.0 m

— detection zones: 1,400

Special features

— rectangular detection for optimised planning

— precise detection range setting with shields

Typical applications

— shelving

— highbay racking

PR 2 ranges

Mh

Detection

4 m 6 m 8 m 10 m 12 m

tangential 10 x 4 15 x 4 20 x 4 25 x 4 30 x 4

radial 10 x 4 15 x 4 20 x 4 25 x 4 30 x 4

presence

Mh = mounting height, = not possible

PR 1 ranges

Mh

Detection

2.5 m 3.0 m

tangential 20 x 4 20 x 4

radial 12 x 4 12 x 4

presence

Mh = mounting height, = not possible

PR 1 sensor head
Motion detection for low mounting heights (to 3 m)

PR 2 sensor head
Motion detection for high mounting heights (to 12 m)

Sensors | Motion Detection in Corridors Sensors | Motion Detection in Corridors

The PR 2 sensor head has been designed for stationary
and slidable pallet shelf stores.
The high-performance sensor technology detects up to
30 x 4 m, meaning that only a few units are needed also in
large storage areas. The precise, rectangular detection
provides exact planning without overlaps and non-
detected areas.

Application example: storeroom
Detection of persons and vehicles

Radial detection when entering or driving into the corridor; walking and

driving motion in the main aisles excluded.

The high detection quality and rectangular detection geometry enable

seamless monitoring of the corridor.

Application example: shelves and highbay racking
Detection of persons and vehicles

Immediate radial detection when entering or driving into the shelving aisle;

walking and driving motion in the main aisles is excluded. The high

detection quality and rectangular detection geometry enable seamless

monitoring of the storeroom aisle.

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The PC 3 sensor head is suitable for detecting vehicle
traffic, with circular detection and a detection radius of up to
10 m. The geometry is especially suitable for junction areas
in shelving aisles along main routes.

Very wide motion detection ranges (up to 50 m with vehicles)
characterise the high-performance HE 1 multi-sensor head.
The highly precise, settable sensor sensitivity and inclination is an
advantage with multi-storey shelving systems with mesh bases.
High frequency technology provides suitability for delay-free,
temperature-independent uses.

The sensor

— PIR sensor for motion detection of vehicles

— mounting height 4.5 ... 10.0 m

— detection zones: 43

Typical applications

— shelving

The sensor

— HF sensor for motion detection (operating frequency: 24 GHz)

— mounting heights from 2.3 ... 13.0 m

— ellipsoid detection

— additionally with presence detection (more information: page 38)

— additionally with light sensor; aperture angle
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= 50°

(see page 11 for more information on daylight-dependent

threshold switching)

Special features

— very wide ranges

— vibration-resistant

— ambient temperature-resistant

Typical applications

— shelves and highbay racking

— shelf systems with mesh bases

— storerooms

PC 3 ranges

Mh

Detection

4.5 m 6.0 m 10.0 m

tangential r = 6 r = 6 r = 10

radial r = 3 r = 3 r = 5

presence

Mh = mounting height, = not possible

PC 3 sensor head
Motion detection for average mounting heights (to 10 m)

Sensors | Motion Detection in Corridors Sensors | Motion Detection in Corridors

HE 1 multi-sensor head
Motion detection for low to high mounting heights

Application example: multi-storey shelf system with
mesh bases Detection of persons

Immediate detection when entering the storage area. Only one sensor

needed per aisle due to the high detection quality of the sensor.

Motion in the main aisle is not detected. A blind zone lb exists due to

the specific technology.

Unique feature: thanks to HF technology, the angled sensor

specifically detects only one correspondingly defined level of the

mesh base, whereas PIR sensors pass through the mesh base to

detect the aisles below.

Application example: drive-in area in shelving or
highbay racking area Vehicle detection

Immediate radial and point-based detection when driving into the

shelving or highbay racking area via shielding of the sensor head

on one side. Motion in the main aisle is not detected

Radial detection Tangential detection

HE 1 ranges for detection of persons

Mh
Sensor tilt
Detection

= 85° = 75° = 55° = 0°

2.3 m

tangential 15 m 10 m 6.0 m 3 x 2 m

radial 25 m 13 m 8.0 m 3 x 2 m

Blind area 1.0 m 0.5 m 0.0 m 0.0 m

6.0 m

tangential 13 m 8.0 m 5.0 m 4 x 3 m

radial 18 m 8.0 m 5.0 m 4 x 4 m

Blind area 1.5 m 1.5 m 1.0 m 0.0 m

Mh = mounting height
lb= blind area: non-measurable zone below the installation position of the sensor
Specification of maximum range. Further values on request

HE 1 ranges for vehicle detection

Mh
Sensor tilt
Detection

= 85° = 55° = 20° = 0°

4.0 m

tangential 18 m 6.0 m 4.0 m 3.0 m

radial 30 m 8.0 m 4.0 m 3.0 m

Blind area 1.5 m 1.0 m 0.0 m 0.0 m

13.0 m

tangential 22 m 10 m 6.0 m 4.0 m

radial 35 m 13 m 6.0 m 4.0 m

Blind area 2.5 m 1.5 m 1.0 m 0.5 m

HE 1 high frequency sensor PIR sensor for comparison

Individual control of maximum performance –
variable ranges with the HE 1

The detection range of the HE 1 multi-sensor head depends on the tilt

angle of the sensor among other factors. A special fixing package is

available for installation purposes, and sensor sensitivity and therefore

range can be set according to needs via remote control.

Example ranges for the motion detection of persons and vehicles are

specified below. Your OSRAM/Siteco sales representative would be

pleased to help when planning with the HE 1.

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Step 4
Correctly combining

components

Catalogue pages now online.
genuine environmental protection.

Our PDF available online tells you
how to simply combine the individual components.

You can download this at: www.siteco.com/order-service

Or simply contact your
personal sales representative.

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OSRAM GmbH

Head office:

Marcel-Breuer-Strasse 6

80807 Munich | Germany

Phone +49 89 6213-0

Fax +49 89 6213-2020

www.osram.com

Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik GmbH

Head office:

Georg-Simon-Ohm-Strasse 50

83301 Traunreut | Germany

Phone +49 8669 33-0

Fax +49 8669 33-397

www.siteco.com

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