Hubbell Building Automation adds intelligent daylighting to networked lighting controls
Hubbell says its NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window.
Hubbell Building Automation announced that its NX networked lighting controls system now has added daylighting capability, whereby the system's NXDS daylight sensor auto-configures with its NX room controller.
Hubbell says its NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window. It communicates with the company's recently-launched NXRC series room controller, which directs switching or dimming of a facility's lighting.
The company asserts that the NX system's advantages include controlling multiple zones of lighting within a space; the system's devices connect via standard Cat 5 cables.
"The NX system is perfect for spaces that require room-level lighting control, such as classrooms and personal offices," states a Hubbell press release. "It provides energy-code compliance right out of the box. Auto-configuration makes it easy and affordable. Installation and commissioning are efficient and trouble free. Users benefit from intuitive energy-saving control over the lighting in their space."
Both indoor and outdoor versions of the NXDS sensor are available. The product is available to ship now.
For more information on the Hubbell NX distributed lighting control series, visit www.hubbell-automation.com.