Save on Energy Costs with Custom Time Delay Settings on an nLight Occupancy Sensor – Acuity Brands

September 17, 2015
This video will walk through the steps for changing the time to light function for an occupancy sensor. The time to light function identifies the length of time a sensor will keep the lights on after it last detects occupancy. Controlling when a light automatically turns off is a very important feature that can save energy costs. Consider the example of school lighting, where lighting in classrooms must be monitored because students and teachers may not use the rooms for the entire day. With an occupancy sensor, the classroom lights are turned on only when needed. This feature applies to buildings with industrial lighting and commercial lighting fixtures, where people are in and out of rooms throughout the day. This feature is also convenient because instead of having to manually shut off lights within their network, businesses can now rely on a remote controlled system that automates this function. Thanks to Acuity Brands’ nLight devices we can save energy and improve efficiency by simply controlling when lights are shut off and turned on. The referenced “push-buttons controls” video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp6pGlKcx64 The nLight programmed device featured in this video is in the NCM XX RJB Family. Additional information about this occupancy sensor can be found here: http://www.acuitybrands.com/products/detail/352258/nLight/nCM-xx-RJB-Family/Ceiling-Mount-Sensor To learn more about nLight programmed devices and see our full suite of occupancy sensors, visit the Acuity Brands website: http://www.acuitybrands.com/products/controls/nlight
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