Adura’s distributed intelligence logic can combine occupancy sensing with daylighting control and Smart Scheduling to provide a lighting control system responsive to the true lighting needs of the building owners and occupants.
The Adura system allows facilities management personnel to:
Integrate standard line voltage or low-voltage occupancy sensors into the system, as needed for the unique needs of each part of the facility
Configure the response of each space type to be either a vacancy sensor (manual-on via a wall switch) or occupancy sensor (automatic)
Adjust occupancy sensor time delays through software when tasks or occupant preferences change
Have lights move to a transitional level before turning off to prevent sudden darkness during occupancy sensor time-outs
Access historical views of occupancy data to gain insight into building utilization
Meet code requirements for occupancy control, including Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1