A Detachable Daylight Sensor Is a Great Addition to Any Home Automation System
A detachable daylight sensor is a great addition to any home automation system. It has adjustable sensitivity and is easy to install.
Daylight sensors are used in a process called detachable daylight sensor daylight harvesting to dim or completely switch off electric lights when there is enough natural light. They can save 20%-60% of your electricity bill.
Designed with a detachable daylight sensor, this smart wall light automatically turns on when it detects motion and dims if it detects no movement. It’s IP65 weatherproof, has a 2-month runtime on average household use* and a user-replaceable battery. It’s also magnetic, so you can mount it to any metal surface or snap it on a shelf. It also has 2 simple lighting modes; one for indoors, one for outdoors.
The detachable daylight sensor allows for customizable sensitivity with the help of 3-Click programming (if you turn the high beam on and then turn the ignition on (3) times quickly, it’s interpreted as an active command to change the sensitivity). This smart lighting controller can be programmed to fine-tune street lighting intensity when the daytime level is low due to fog or smoke. Additionally, you can set the sensitivity to override your pre-configured street lighting schedule when it detects the daylight is below the threshold. You can also program the hold time, stand-by period and dimming level with the help of the BubblyNet app.
You might be surprised to know that the detachable daylight sensor has a variety of ways to adjust its sensitivity. Using the trim potentiometer (which is also used to set the color temperature of the LED) you can turn it anti-clockwise to make the sensor less sensitive or clockwise to make it more sensitive. This can make all the difference if you have a brightly lit room or want to switch off the light when it’s sunny outside. The LEDs also have their own sensitivity, which can be accessed by the same potentiometer.
On the top of the controls, you’ll find a series of buttons that enable you to choose from various combinations of sensitivity levels (50 or 100%) and trigger modes. From there, you can select a time delay of 5 seconds or 30 minutes and disable or enable the walkthrough mode. The best part is that it can do all of these tasks without using a remote control. This makes it the ideal way to turn your lights off when you’re out or on vacation.
Easy to Install
A detachable daylight sensor is a photo-cell detecting device that reads available light in a space and sends a detachable daylight sensor signal to the control system. It takes advantage of naturally available light to dim or completely switch off electric lights in a well-lit room, saving energy and allowing for automatic control. This type of sensor is used to meet the requirements of building codes and reduce lighting costs while maximizing daylight usage. Daylight sensors can be easily installed in a space and are easy to program. They can be configured for detection area, hold time, stand-by period and dimming level. These parameters can be set by the end user using the BubblyNet app. The current software version allows 8 linear steps between the high and low sensitivity settings.
Easy to Maintain
This detachable daylight sensor has an LED that shines when it detects movement within a 10-foot range. It also has a motion sensor that automatically switches it on when you need it. The daylight sensor is an essential supplement to any advanced lighting control strategy, allowing the system to fine-tune illumination levels in areas where fog, smoke or other environmental conditions reduce the visibility of streetlights. It is also easy to maintain since it can be quickly swapped out for a new battery. It is powered by a battery that can last for two months on average household usage. Its newest and most important feature is the BubblyNet app that allows users to program length of time delays, light level sensitivity, sensor range and other settings.