Occupancy sensors are very sensitive PIR (passive infrared) motion sensors.
- Meeting rooms
- Corridors / hallways
- Living rooms
- Bathrooms and toilet areas
Why is a high switching capacity so important?
Electrical connection of ecos 230V occupancy sensors
For models with dimming function, the WAGO plug set also incudes a 1-10V plug.
As a project solution, we also offer pre-cabling in "Wieland" or "Winsta" format on request. Please contact us at [email protected]
Installation & Accessories (ceiling mounting)
Option 1: Flush mounting into false, partitioned ceilings (e.g. ceiling tiles)
This is the easiest and quickest installation option. Each sensor comes with a white plastic clip which fits onto the sensor body from behind. It then holds the sensor firmly in place. To accomodate a wide range of ceiling thicknesses, the ring can be placed onto the sensor body in both directions. This installation type requires that you can actually reach the rear of the sensor with one hand. This standard clip is always supplied with each sensor.
Option 2: Flush mounting in suspended non-partitioned ceilings, e.g. plasterboard ceilings
When you can not reach around to the rear of the sensor in order to slide the plastic holding ring on, the sensor can instead be mounted with an additional ceiling clip ring with two springs. The sensor is inserted into this ring following the electrical installation.
Option 3: Surface mounting enclosure
Where flush mounting is impossible, for example on bare concrete ceilings, the surface mounting enclosure is the best option.
Option 4: Installation in concrete canisters
In new buildings with concrete ceilings, the ecos sensors can be installed in concrete canisters. We can offer cover caps for this application. Please contact us for more details: [email protected].