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        Smart automation that saves energy

        Nov 05, 2013

        Smart automation that saves energy

        Introducing GLS-OIR-C-CN for Cresnet®, our latest innovation for energy-saving occupancy sensors.

        Crestron today announced the release of its new GLS-OIR-C-CN occupancy sensors, ideal for conference rooms, hallways, and private offices. The GLS-OIR-C-CN is a highly accurate occupancy sensor designed to reduce energy costs and enhance the automation capabilities of Crestron lighting and environmental systems.

        Accurate technology
        Powered by Passive Infrared (PIR) technology, GLS-OIR-C-CN sensors are not susceptible to vibrations in the environment, reducing false occupancy activations due to nearby foot traffic, HVAC systems, or other local activity.

        Cost-effective
        These new sensors provide the most cost-effective solution for customers to realize the energy-saving benefits of lighting and environmental automation.

        Sleek design
        At less than 1-inch high when installed, the GLS-OIR-C-CN is one of the thinnest ceiling-mount sensors on the market. It effortlessly blends into any ceiling helping you deliver enhanced automation systems that keep a low-profile.

        Point and shoot configuration
        Thanks to the available IR Remote, there's no need for a laptop or programmer to setup and adjust each sensor. Just aim the remote at the GLS-OIR-C-CN to adjust sensitivity for vacancy and occupancy states, timeout, and Cresnet ID.

        Advanced occupancy sensing
        Our advanced GLS-ODT-C-CN Occupancy Sensor with dual technology is perfect for a wide range of applications, including fine motion detection in large spaces.

        Crestron occupancy sensors bring a new layer of intelligent automation to your customers and improve the energy-saving capabilities of any complete energy management solution from Crestron.

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