AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hubbell Building Automation NXTM networked lighting controls now have added daylighting capability. The NXDS daylight sensor auto-configures with the NX Room Controller. A provider of occupancy sensors and lighting controls, Hubbell Building Automation is committed to innovation.
The NXDS daylight sensor is designed for open loop operation, measuring natural light coming in through a window. It communicates with the recently-launched NXRC series Room Controller, which directs switching or dimming of the lighting. The NX system advantage includes controlling multiple zones of lighting within a space. The devices connect via standard CAT5 cables.
The NX system is perfect for spaces that require room-level lighting control, such as classrooms and personal offices. 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 NX distributed lighting control family, visit www.hubbell-automation.com. Also follow the brand on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and updates.
About Hubbell Building Automation
Hubbell Building Automation is a strong proponent of innovative, integrated energy-saving lighting controls. From introducing the industry's first self-adaptive occupancy sensor to today's advanced wired and wireless distributed intelligence lighting controls, the company continues to offer the most comprehensive line of occupancy sensors on the market. Other products include daylight harvesting and high bay controls.
The brand is part of Hubbell Lighting, one of the largest lighting manufacturers in North America. Hubbell Lighting brands offer products for commercial, industrial and residential markets. The company's history of innovation extends back to 1886 and Harvey Hubbell's invention of the very first lighting control device—the pull chain switch.
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