AimLite's Occupancy Sensor Selection Guide is helps you chose the right sensor for your space.
Occupancy sensors can automatically turn lights on when you enter a room and off when unoccupied. Ideal for intermittently occupied spaces in commercial, industrial and office applications. Motion sensors are maintenance free, conserve energy and save money when illumination isn’t necessary.
When choosing a sensor, the following criteria needs to be taken into consideration: ceiling heights, dry/wet location, temperature, applications and other additional options.
The following equivalency chart can be used to compare our LED luminaires with traditional fluorescent luminaires. When choosing an LED equivalent to an existing lighting system, there are many factors to consider.
For a precise comparative analysis, we recommend using a lighting layout.
The following pages contain excerpts from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) publication NFPA 497M Classification of Gases, Vapours, and Dusts for Electrical Equipment in Hazardous (Classified) Locations 1994 Edition.