For LED fixture sensors, commercial property owners and manager as well as public sector facility personnel have a growing number of choices when it comes to sensors. Independence LED Lighting is pleased to help buyers navigate the complexity of LED fixture sensors. Energy savings is increasingly top of mind for decision makers across the real estate landscape. At their core, LED fixture sensors are devices that take input from the surrounding physical environment and then function accordingly based on the set stimuli. These LED fixture sensors are ideal for a variety of environments and can be easily introduced into existing intelligent building technology systems and/or extended at will. Additionally, the sensors can also be a part of retrofit projects for any multi-family residential, commercial, industrial, or municipal application.

Independence LED Lighting works with a diverse range of strategic partners, and EnOcean has demonstrated leadership for wireless controls. Here is a 1:27 highlight minute video on the EnOcean Wireless LED Controls

Key LED Fixture Sensor Products from EnOcean:

  1. Occupancy Sensor Sub Desk
  2. Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensor
  3. Wireless Door/Window Sensor
  4. Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  5. Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor
  6. Light Level Sensor

Example of LED Fixture Sensor Application:

The wireless, ceiling mounted, Light Level Sensor adjusts its levels every minute via a solar cell that measures outside illumination to control open loop dimming systems. This particular EnOcean Light Level Sensor measures and reports the level of available natural light. Used in conjunction with suitable controllers such as EnOcean LEDR and LEDD, it enables implementation of energy saving daylight harvesting control systems. This product has unique advantages in that it enables daylight harvesting in individual fixtures or zones controlled by LEDR and LEDD or other open loop dimming systems, mounts easily on any ceiling material, measures light level via the solar cell, and harvests ambient solar energy to power the sensor and wireless communication. For more information on this specific LED fixture sensor, visit the user manual provided by EnOcean.

LED fixture sensors

Lighting is one of the largest consumers of electricity for commercial facilities, making it a perfect opportunity for operating cost reduction. Independence LED Lighting is pleased to offer advanced LED fixture sensor technology through our strategic partnership with EnOcean. The proven technology has a high reliability, interoperability with sensor profiles standardized to provide interoperable system solutions, and low energy requirements because of an optimized wireless standard. Further, these LED fixture sensors can integrate with existing Building Management Systems (BMS). For more information on this technology, see the EnOcean Products Page and our Independence LED team welcomes you to Contact Us.

Rising Demand of LED Fixture Sensor Technology:

In addition to around the commercial and residential applications, LED fixture sensor technology has also recently been developed by Streetline’s Parker to let people, in over 35 cities, know when street parking spots become available. Furthermore, this technology can be utilized in urban planning and smarter indoor agriculture, which is the future of global food production though advanced LED Grow Lighting. According to WinterGreen, the LED fixture sensor market may reach 2.8 trillion devices by the end of  2019, Source

“According to WinterGreen, the current size of the smart sensor market is about 65 million devices, but it is expected to reach 2.8 trillion devices by 2019. Transparency Market Research predicts that sale of intelligent sensors may rise about 10 percent a year to reach $6.9 billion in 2018.” Published August 5th, 2013 on Inc.com

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Demand for Smart Sensors Is On the Rise

The Future of Food: Indoor Agriculture


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Proven Energy Saving Impact:

Buildings account for 40% of America’s energy use, of which air conditioning and lighting typically use over half of a building’s energy (over 25% each). In a wide range of applications from hospitals to hotels and from office buildings to distribution centers LED fixture sensors  have been field-proven to save money and support environmental stewardship. Independence LED Lighting has a variety of LED Case Studies, in addition to those provided by EnOcean, ranging from the Georgia Institute of Technology to BMW’s Production Facility in Germany.

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